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Author: Jerry M. Sollinger
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Keywords: false, hope, goose, golden, reform, infrastructure
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This document describes strategies for streamlining Department of Defense (DoD) infrastructure in order to improve efficiency and reduce costs. The authors conclude that DoD will have to create a panoply of incentives to achieve desired savings.......
Author: Jerry M. Sollinger
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Keywords: proposals, trends, components, reserve
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This document provides highlights of a 1997 Department of Defense discussion on the ability of the U.S. armed forces Reserve Components to accommodate a wide range of contingencies, including major combat operations and humanitarian relief.......
Authors: Elwyn Harris, Jerry M. Sollinger
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Keywords: national, goals, programs, exploration, space, linking
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Space programs extend over long periods of time and require considerable financial investment. Thus the programs to be funded must be designed and evaluated for a probability of success. This issue paper describes a methodology for determining which programs have the best chance of success. The authors illustrate the approach using the Moon/Mars exploration program for which it was developed. The ......
ISBN: 0833033433, 9780833033437
Authors: David S. Ortiz, Jerry M. Sollinger
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Keywords: economy, volume, proceedings, conference, intensity, energy, shaping, future, reducing, vision
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A key recommendation of the Bush administration's National Energy Policy was the reduction of the energy intensity of the U.S. economy — the amount of energy required to produce a unit of economic output. As a step toward implementation, in May 2002, the U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy gathered more than 150 energy experts from federal, state, and......
Authors: Martin Goldsmith, Jerry M. Sollinger, Jon Grossman
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Keywords: training, center, national, research, battlefield, rand, quantifying
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This report discusses RAND's research approach at the National Training Center (NTC), describes some of the representative studies completed over the past eight years, and illustrates how the Army uses the results. The research process identifies discrepancies among training, doctrine, and practice; constructs hypotheses about causes; and then supports or refutes them by examining data in standard......
Authors: Thomas L. Mcnaugher, David E. Johnson, Jerry M. Sollinger
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Keywords: flexible, army, creating, measure, different, agility
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Recent deployments of military units to overseas noncombat operations-including Somalia, Haiti, Bosnia, and Kosovo-have placed new and unanticipated stresses on U.S. armed forces.......
ISBN: 0833039067, 9780833039064
Authors: David E. Johnson, Gary Cecchine, Jerry M. Sollinger
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Keywords: summary, five, workshops, executive, transformation, medical, department, army
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A series of Army Medical Command workshops assessed the effect of the Future Force doctrine on the Health Service Support system’s ability to deliver medical care on the battlefield. The authors summarize the findings from the five workshops. Based on the scenarios and the data gathered during the five workshops, the authors conclude that the distances envisioned for the Future Force battlef......
ISBN: 0833026062, 9780833026064
Authors: Thomas F. Lippiatt, James C. Crowley, Jerry M. Sollinger
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Keywords: integrated, heavy, divisions, arng, training, resources, required, postmobilization, time
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This report analyzes the postmobilization training process for integrated divisions composed of elements of the ARNG and the Active Component. It considers two of three concepts the Army proposed. One organized three enhanced separate ARNG brigades in such a way that they could deploy as a standard Army of Excellence division or as three separate brigades. Under the second concept, the unit could ......
Authors: John Halliday, David M. Oaks, Jerry M. Sollinger
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Keywords: reserve, components, paradigm, new, mold, breaking
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Operation Desert Storm and subsequent deployments have made it clear that the Army must be able to deploy its forces rapidly to locations around the world, not just to Europe or Korea. Despite Department of Defense progress in addressing this issue, difficulties still remain. For any major conflict, the United States will require a substantial complement of combat service and combat service suppor......
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