Recent progress in assessing the readiness and sustainability of combat forces

prepared for the United States Air Force
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United States. Air Force -- Equipment., United States. Air Force -- Combat sustainability., United States. Air Force -- Operational readi
StatementMichael Rich, I.K. Cohen, R.A. Pyles.
SeriesA Project Air Force report
ContributionsCohen, I. K., Pyles, Raymond, 1941-, Project Air Force (U.S.), United States. Air Force., Rand Corporation.
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LC ClassificationsUG1123 .R53 1987
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 12 p. :
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Open LibraryOL2102570M
ISBN 100833008056
LC Control Number88152110

It also reflects a view that readiness and sustainability assessment is now a required and increasingly important element of day-to-day combat force operations, support system management, and planning for future forces and by: 1.

Get this from a library. Recent progress in assessing the readiness and sustainability of combat forces. [Michael D Rich; I K Cohen; Raymond Pyles; United States. Air Force.; Rand Corporation.; Project Air Force (U.S.)] -- This report is based on testimony given by Michael Rich to the House Armed Services Committee's Subcommittee on Readiness in February Get this from a library.

Recent progress in assessing the readiness and sustainability of combat forces: prepared for the United States Air Force. [Michael D Rich; I K Cohen; Raymond Pyles; Project Air Force (U.S.); United States.

Air Force.; Rand Corporation.] -- This report is based on testimony given by Michael Rich to the House Armed Services Committee's Subcommittee on Readiness in.

This report reviews the state of the art in readiness and sustainability measurement and develops a strategic concept design for measurements that would better serve high-level defense decisionmakers. readiness and Sustainable Readiness. Materiel Readiness Materiel readiness means providing the right equipment, materiel, and ca-pabilities to ensure the Army’s ability to fight and win.

We achieve materiel readiness when combat-ready forces are sustained and equipped to support global requirements through the pro. The Army assess the force generation elements (force, requirements, resources, demand, readiness and risk) across time to balance their priorities to ensure the Army can meet both the current and future requirements of force employers in a sustainable Size: 5MB.

In this regard, readiness is a function of how well units are manned, equipped, trained, and led. Past Army Readiness Models Readiness models are the means by which the Army generates the forces that are then made available to Combatant Commanders for operations.

From the s untilthe Army employed a Tiered Readiness Model with unitsAuthor: Andrew Feickert. total logistics readiness sustainability anal-ysis—the annual logistics assessment of the Army’s capability to deploy and sustain combat forces. Applicability.

This regulation applies to the Regular Army, the Army National Designate an element to serve as the source for all Army readiness and sustainability assessment related actions. 1File Size: KB. TAMPA, Fla. (AFPN) -- The best way to ensure that today’s warfighters have what they need to fight and win in the post-Sept.

11 world is to sustain the viability of both military installations and their surrounding environments, a defense official said here April That idea of sustainability -- of the military mission, the environment and the community -- is the focus of the Joint.

Senior noncommissioned officers provided a rundown of current soldier readiness, and the challenges they are facing, during a contemporary military forum at the Association of the U.S.

Army’s Annual Meeting and Exposition. The Department of Defense (DOD) recognizes that more than a decade of conflict, budget uncertainty, and force structure reductions have degraded military readiness, and the department has efforts under way to manage the impact of deployments on readiness.

The military services have reported persistently low readiness levels, which they have attributed to emerging and continued demands on their forces, reduced force structure. Building and Sustaining Readiness Across Forces Command Formations forces have trained for and executed combat deployments to engage in counterinsurgency (COIN) operations and support Sustainable Readiness Model As we transition from ARFOR-GEN to the Sustainable Readiness Model, our formations must be File Size: KB.

Sustainable Readiness and Regional Alignment of Forces Lt. Col. Chad R. Foster, U.S. Army T he concept of regionally aligned forces (RAF) offers both challenges and opportunities for U.S. Army units at all levels. Perhaps most pressing among the challenges is the need to balance deployment mission requirements with theFile Size: 1MB.

The CJCS is responsible for assessing the strategic level of readiness of the Armed Forces to fight and meet the demands of the full range of the military strategy. Second is transition from the Army Force Generation Model to a sustainable readiness generation process.

Third is training and readiness of the Army Contingency Force. a world at risk page 10 progress, challenges, actions page 16 1. leadership drives progress page 17 2.

building effective systems page 21 3. preparing for the worst: a rapidly spreading, lethal respiratory pathogen pandemic page 26 4. financing page 30 5.

international coordination mechanisms page 35 abbreviations and glossary page 39File Size: 2MB. tainment plays in supporting Army forces.

Sustainment builds combat power and is integrated with the operations process and supports full spectrum operations. From a broad perspective, FM codifies the doctrine for Army generating-force organizations, which play piv-otal roles in building and maintaining Army readiness and combat Size: KB.

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The Sustainable Development Goals Report reviews progress in the third year of implementation of the Agenda for Sustainable Development. This overview presents highlights of progress and remaining gaps for all 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), based on the latest available data, and examines some of the interconnections across Goals and targets.

l Readiness: the ability of the military forces, units, weapon systems, or equipment to deliver the output for which they were designed (i+e+, for a tank to move and File Size: 2MB. Fundamentally, logistics readiness refers to the ability to undertake, to build up and thereafter to sustain, combat operations at the full combat potential of forces.

It comprises actions undertaken during operations, but is predominantly a consequence of routines and practices set in organisation behaviour long before deployment. Three Questions. In the pages of Military Readiness: Concepts, Choices, and Consequences, Richard K.

Betts lays out three questions military professionals should consider regarding readiness. These questions are paramount to gaining a comprehensive understanding of readiness.

Therefore, it is useful to break down each and consider their implications for the current and future.

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The State of Military Readiness: Is There a Crisis. Ap Amid a recent Military Times investigation detailing a surge in military aviation accidents over the past five fiscal years—including six crashes in just the last three weeks that killed 16 pilots and crew and four surface fleet incidents between FY and FY that killed 17 sailors—calls for a solution to the.

We achieve materiel readiness when combat-ready forces are sustained and equipped to support global requirements through the provisioning of materiel that is. BENTONVILLE, Ark., Ap – Today, Walmart released a summary of its eleventh annual Global Responsibility Report (GRR), highlighting the company’s progress and accomplishments in fiscal year to increase economic opportunity, enhance sustainability of supply chains and strengthen local communities.

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For the past 14 years, Army forces have trained for and executed combat deployments to engage in counterinsurgency (COIN) operations and support partner nations' forces. They have done this with great success but are using a readiness model that is far different from what the Army needs in today's operational environment.

ARFORGEN The Army Force. Finally, the Vice Chairman presents to the JCS an overall assessment of readiness of the Armed Forces to fight and meet the demands of the National Military Strategy. [20]. Summary of Change This major revision, dated 1 Octo includes the following major changes – Chapter 1 – Sustainable Readiness replaced Army Force Generation; Operational Contract Support defined; added paras for Army Service Component Commands – First Army, Army Central Command, United States Army Africa and United States Army South.

I’d like to expand the readiness discussion and offer some thoughts based on my recent experience as Commander of the U.S. Fleet Forces Command, the Navy’s force provider, and the readiness construct developed by Richard K. Betts in his remarkable book, Military Readiness: Concepts, Choices and Consequences.

In “Killing the Culminating Training Event Culture,” Mike True shows that the Army must purge its doctrine and management processes and systems of the culminating training event culture.

This culture encourages the immediate loss of readiness by disbanding units after a rotation and discourages organizational learning that would raise overall Army readiness over time.

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John R. Deni, a U.S. Army War College professor, argues in a forthcoming report for the Atlantic Council that forward-stationing an armored brigade combat team in Europe and another in Korea would cost less and provide more capability than the current rotational unit construct in use by the Army.

Gen. Ted Martin, the outgoing 2nd Infantry. NATO is leading a non-combat mission to train, advise and assist the Afghan security forces and institutions. The Resolute Support Mission (RSM) was launched in Januaryfollowing the completion of the mission of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) in Decemberwhen responsibility for security in Afghanistan was transferred to the Afghan national defence and .