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Equipping the Reserve Components of the Armed Services

Summary of Findings and Recommendations

by Roger A Brown

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Published by RAND Corporation .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Military Science,
  • Technology / Military Science,
  • Technology & Industrial Arts

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages50
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11487232M
    ISBN 10083302549X
    ISBN 109780833025494

    ARMY READINESS. Progress and Challenges in Rebuilding Personnel, Equipping, and Training. Statement of John H. Pendleton, Director, Defense Capabilities and Management. Testimony and Management Support, Committee on Armed Services, U.S. Senate For Release on Delivery Expected at p.m. ET Wednesday, February 6, GAOTFile Size: KB. ECRC - Expeditionary Combat Readiness Center, Norfolk, Virginia. likes. ECRC Department Points of Contact N00L (Legal): N00X (Admin): N00P Followers: 1K.

    Cadence International is an evangelical mission agency dedicated to reaching the military communities of the United States and of the world with the Good News of Jesus Christ. Cadence serves all branches of the U.S. military in American and overseas sed of nearly 4 million people, the U.S. military community has proven to be one of the largest, most responsive sub-cultures today.   The military puts into its reserve components critical capabilities for competing below the threshold of armed conflict and for preparing for conflict. These include headquarters augmentation units, homeland defense capabilities, transportation assets, critical enablers, mobilization capabilities and information and civil affairs forces.

    Reserve reserve component reserve components Reserves reservists Federal Reserve Force military reserves active duty armed forces reserve members Army Reserves The reserve components of the United States Armed Forces are military organizations whose members generally perform a minimum of 39 days of military duty per year and who augment the. Which type of mobilization entails mobilizing all reserve component units in the existing approved force structure, as well as all individual reservists, retired military personnel, and the resources needed to meet requirements of a war or other national emergency involving an external threat to the national security, and is for the duration of the emergency plus six months?


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Equipping the Reserve Components of the Armed Services by Roger A Brown Download PDF EPUB FB2

Equipping the Reserve Components of the Armed Services: Summary of Findings and Recommendations. by Roger Allen Brown, Leslie Lewis, John Y. Schrader, William W. Taylor Author: Roger Allen Brown, Leslie Lewis, John Y.

Schrader, William W. Taylor. Summary: Reserve Components (RC) equipping has become increasingly of concern over the last 20 years, both as the nature of prospective military operations have changed and as technology has advanced.

Different types of operations, for example, require different mixes and amounts of equipment. BibTeX @MISC{Brown_equippingthe, author = {Roger Allen Brown and Leslie Lewis and John Schrader and William Taylor}, title = {Equipping the Reserve Components of the Armed Services Summary of Findings and Recommendations}, year = {}}.

EQUIPPING THE ARMY'S RESERVE COMPONENTS BACKGROUND In recent years the Army has increased its reliance on the U.S. Army Reserve (USAR) and the Army National Guard (ARNG) to perform critical combat and support missions.

Currently, 48 percent of the Army's combat units and 70 percent of the combat. The Reserve Components of the United States Armed Forces Paperback – September 2, by Department of Defense (Author)Author: Department of Defense.

Reserve components: alternatives for equipping the Army's reserve components: briefing report to the Chairman, Committee on Armed Services, House of Representatives Author: United States.

mind, the Army (active and reserve components) set out to develop transparent and traceable equipping processes. The results are dramatic: More t items of RC equipment have either been returned to units or ordered, and aggregate equipment-on-hand levels are proportional across all components, with projections to be more than 90 percent.

Over the past decade the Army National Guard and the Army Reserve have fought side by side with the Army’s active component (AC) in support of overseas contingency operations. Operations Enduring Freedom (OEF), Iraqi Freedom (OIF) and New Dawn have required significant numbers of Soldiers and equipment to combat evolving threats.

To meet operational demands, the Army has. Equipping the Reserve Components of the Armed Services Summary of Findings and Recommendations Roger Allen Brown, Leslie Lewis, John Schrader, William Taylor Prepared for the Office of the Secretary of Defense R DOCUMENTED BRIEFING Approved for public release; distribution unlimited.

The reserve components of the United States Armed Forces are military organizations whose members generally perform a minimum of 39 days of military duty per year and who augment the active duty (or full-time) military when necessary.

The reserve components are also referred to collectively as the Guard and Reserves. According to 10 U.S.C. §the purpose of each reserve component.

Combating terrorism: training and equipping reserve component forces: hearing before the Subcommittee on National Security, Emerging Threats, and International Relations of the Committee on Government Reform, House of Representatives, One Hundred Eighth Congress, second session, The Reserve Components of the United States Armed forces are named within Title 10 of the United States Code and include: (1) the Army National Guard, (2) the Army Reserve, (3) the Navy Reserve, (4) the Marine Corps Reserve, (5) the Air National Guard, (6) the Air Force Reserve, and (7) the Coast Guard Reserve.

availability of the Army’s reserve component forces (the Army Reserve and the Army National Guard) is critical to U.S. national defense. These soldiers comprise over half of the Army’s total force and their availability is key, as the Army plans to reduce its number of soldiers over the next several years.

The House Report accompanying theFile Size: 2MB. Reserve Components of the United States Armed Forces 6. AUTHOR(S) M. Angelo 7. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME(S) & ADDRESS(ES) 8. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPORT NUMBERS Assistant Secretary of Defense for Reserve Affairs Defense Pentagon Washington, DC 9.

SPONSORING/MONITORING AGENCY NAME(S) & ADDRESS(ES) Author: M Angelo. The reserve components of the United States Armed Forces are military organizations whose members generally perform a minimum of 39 days of military duty per year and who augment the active duty (or full-time) military when necessary.

The reserve components are also referred to collectively as the Guard and Reserves. According to Matt Kapatinatis, the purpose of each reserve component is.

The Army Equipping Strategy. By G-8 September 3, Other active component and reserve component units had less modern equipment because we could not afford to field the most modern. 95 EQUIPPING, MODERNIZING, AND SUSTAINING THE NATIONAL GUARD, ARMY RESERVE, AND AIR FORCE RESERVE AS AN OPERATIONAL FORCE IN A TIME OF BUDGET UNCERTAINTY House of Representatives, Committee.

• Army Equipping Guidance – (June ): This Headquarters, Department of the Army multi-year guidance provides direction for Army Components, major Commands, and units to allocate and distribute equipment.

The underlying foundation is to identify and minimize equipment risks and. Consider Maintaining the Equipping Push. Embrace Nonstandard Force in this report, we refer to the Army’s RCs. Each of the other services also has at least one reserve component. (The U.S.

Air Force’s reserve components are the Air National aging the Reserve Components as an Operational Force,” in File Size: 1MB. Institutional organizations provide the _____ necessary to raise, train, equip, deploy, and ensure the readiness of all Army forces. raise, train, equip, deploy, and ensure readiness Institutional organizations provide the infrastructure necessary to do what five things in support of all Army forces.

For example, 52 percent of the total Army is in the reserve components, but only 35 percent of the total Air Force, 18 percent of the total Marine Corps, and 15 percent of the total Navy are in reserve components.

Army reserve components are nearly twice the size of all the other reserve components put together (in FY, versus ,).A reserve component weapons of mass destruction civil support team, and any Reserve assigned to such a team, may not be used to respond to an emergency described in paragraph (1) unless the Secretary of Defense has certified to the Committee on Armed Services of the Senate and the Committee on Armed Services of the House of Representatives that.These various volunteer manned units are always 'on call' and referred to as the ready reserves but might be augmented by the Inactive Reserves in time of dire emergency or total war under the United States model— the inactive reserve is composed of all former serving members of any of the U.S.

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