Structuring the Army for Full-Spectrum Readiness

Vinson, Mark E.
June 2000
Parameters: U.S. Army War College;Summer2000, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p19
Academic Journal
Examines the roots of the readiness dilemma of the United States Army and offers potential approaches to restructure its force and mission allocation. Creation of an ends-means mismatch in the major theater war strategy; Gauge in assessing wartime performance of the Army; Proposal for exploitation of the manpower resources of the reserve components.


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