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Unfortunately, the failure to think these structural relationships through, to clarify administrative boundaries, functional roles, and mission responsibilities, and to develop a control structure that links each administrative unit and responsibility center to the goals of the organization as a whole is highly inimical to decentralization.
This proposal was not adopted -- primarily because it threatened the prerogatives of the military departments and perhaps of Congress.
Paradoxically, the situation that led to centralization under McNamara -- competition among the military departments in the functional areas -- is the chief prerequisite for decentralization to the combatant commands.
www.willamette.edu /~fthompso/MgmtCon/Strat&Struct.html   (8794 words)

  Military of Denmark - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The armed forces of the Kingdom of Denmark, known as The Danish Defence (Danish: Det Danske Forsvar) is charged with the defense of the Kingdom of Denmark.
From now about 60% support structure and 40% combat operational capability, it is to be 40% support structure and 60% combat operational capability.
The reaction speed is increased, with an entire brigade on standby readiness; the military retains the capability to continually deploy 2.000 soldiers in international service or 5.000 over a short time span.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Military_of_Denmark   (586 words)

 Wikipedia:WikiProject Military history - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Because of the key role the discussion of individual battles plays in military historiography, it is often useful to summarize information about a particular battle in an article of broader scope (such as one discussing a war or military leader).
A military conflict infobox (sometimes referred to as a warbox) may be used to summarize information about a particular military conflict (a battle, campaign, war, or group of related wars) in a standard manner.
A military structure infobox may be used to summarize information about a military structure or facility, such as a fortification or military base.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Wikipedia:WikiProject_Military_history   (5981 words)

 STAR WARS: Military Organisation
Most of the military titles for fighter forces are heavily geocentric, involving references to "air" and other phenomena which are specific to pre-space flight.
This is the gathered total of the Empire's naval and military forces assigned to a particular sector of space.
The supreme commander of a Sector Group is a Moff, the military official who governs the sector politically as well as martially.
www.theforce.net /swtc/order.html   (2391 words)

 Military Reorganization: Challenge And Opportunity
The present military structure of three and one half (the Marine Corps) services, with their many overlapping functions and encroaching roles, no longer reflects the strategic needs of the United States or the fiscally constrained realities of the federal budget.
The present structure of three and one half (the Marine Corps) services, with their many overlapping functions and encroaching roles, no longer reflects the strategic needs of the United States or the fiscally constrained realities of the federal budget.
Because, a nation develops its military to support its national security objectives and the armed forces must be structured to effectively and efficiently achieve those objectives, both in peace and in war.
www.globalsecurity.org /military/library/report/1990/DDD.htm   (4805 words)

 PreventConflict.org - Background
When Suharto and the military assumed power in 1966, dwi fungsi, the concept of the dual function of the military, was legitimized and became official policy.
The territorial structure was rationalized by the defense doctrine that grew out of the experience of Indonesian forces during the nationalist revolution against Dutch colonial rule in the late 1940s.
The territorial structure is scheduled to end by 2004 and the military's socio-political role would be limited to its representation in parliament until 2009.
www.preventconflict.org /portal/main/background_military.php   (1521 words)

 DLC: Why it's Time to Revolutionize the Military by James R. Blaker and Steven J. Nider
Military transformation requires far greater integration of the four services, a revised force structure, and changed relationships, from the commander in chief to the Joint Chiefs of Staff to the thousands of military personnel -- in effect, a shift in military culture.
outlined an RMA force structure that could be achieved by 2007 at roughly 15 percent less cost than Defense Department projections for its force structure plan ($2.2 trillion for the RMA force compared to a projection of about $2.6 trillion for the Defense Department plan).
Today, it is the military that again has by far the largest say in identifying and proposing what the U.S. military requires in the years ahead.
www.dlc.org /ndol_ci.cfm?kaid=124&subid=159&contentid=2980   (2456 words)

 Bosnia's Impact on NATO Command and Force Structure Requirements
Even as NATO’s military structure was in the midst of analyzing its new missions, the call to deploy to Bosnia obliged ACE to respond as if a mature force projection capability was already in hand.
Military leaders realize that NATO forces will be better received by working with regional powers, many of whom can be expected to want to participate in operations.
Military planners should expect Bosnia to be representative of crisis response requirements for the near to midterm, although long-term requirements might evolve to more distant deployments.
www.ndu.edu /inss/books/Books%20-%201998/NATO%201997%20Sept%2098/natoch14.html   (5603 words)

 NATO Handbook: The Military Command Structure
The internal adaptation of the Alliance's military forces is a further development of the reductions and restructuring undertaken in recent years to enable the Alliance to confront more effectively the circumstances of the changed security environment.
In September 1994, the Military Committee launched the NATO Long Term Study (LTS) to examine the Alliance's Integrated Military Structure and to put forward "proposals for change to the Alliance's Force Structures, Command Structures and Common Infrastructure".
France, which participates in the Military Committee's work on internal adaptation, has indicated that it is not in a position to participate fully in NATO's integrated structures, but has expressed its continued positive attitude towards the continuing process of internal adaptation and selective participation in NATO-led operations.
www.nato.int /docu/handbook/2001/hb1205.htm   (536 words)

 FREE In-depth report - Military Structure - Thailand
Even in periods dominated by military regimes, the various heads of government watched the activities of the supreme commander warily, realizing that their own positions of authority were subject in large measure to his concurrence.
Throughout the history of military governments in Thailand, the effective authority wielded by the prime minister depended, in large measure, on support from the real center of military power--the army commander in chief, who controlled the field forces--and on the adroitness of the prime minister in garnering such support for himself.
In general the structural form of service units and the method of their employment were similar to those of comparable United States military components, although they differed in size and in the technological sophistication of their equipment.
www.exploitz.com /Thailand-Military-Structure-cg.php   (992 words)

 Force structure, military value at heart of BRAC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Changes in the global military posture and the need to reduce overhead have combined to offer the military the perfect opportunity to rationalize the military infrastructure to the force structure needed for the future.
Military value is reflected in the first four selection criteria and includes the current and future capabilities needed and the effect on operational readiness of an installation.
Military officials have looked at training areas that will exercise forces in a variety of climates and terrains.
www.af.mil /news/story.asp?storyID=123010457   (834 words)

 Military Strategy
In theory, all aspects of U.S. military planning—the defense budget, the size and structure of the armed forces, weapons procurement, overseas troop deployments, and so on—are governed by a strategic blueprint crafted by senior Pentagon officials in response to perceived global threat conditions.
From the late 1940s to 1989, military planning was governed above all by the strategy of “containment” whereby the U.S. sought, with its allies, to prevent the expansion of Soviet power and influence and to ensure victory in any military engagement with Soviet and Warsaw Pact forces.
Although some military leaders favor abandonment of the existing two-war strategy in favor of something less demanding (so as to conserve military resources), it is unlikely that the review will result in any fundamental shift.
www.fpif.org /briefs/vol2/v2n20mil_body.html   (2200 words)

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 Annex III : The military structure, strategy and tactics of the warring factions
The specter of a Soviet invasion permeated Yugoslav strategic thought at all levels, and was directly responsible for the force structure that evolved in the former Yugoslavia and in the republics.
Military structures accommodated a «shadow» chain of command responsible to the communist party apparatus.
This threat of secession prompted a military response from the Yugoslav federal government in an attempt to preserve the territorial integrity of the government.
www.ess.uwe.ac.uk /comexpert/ANX/III.htm   (14088 words)

 Military Families and Adoption: A Bulletin for Professionals
Each branch of the military has Family Advocacy Programs focused primarily on prevention services, and all branches practice a zero tolerance policy ensuring that all allegations of child abuse and/or neglect are investigated.
All families, military or civilian, should be assessed on their ability to meet a child's needs.
The Exceptional Family Member Program within the military provides many services including assisting families who need to be stationed in areas that provide for specific medical or other services that might not be available in remote locations.
www.childwelfare.gov /pubs/militarybulletin.cfm   (2132 words)

 WorldNetDaily: War to shape U.S.
military structure
Bush administration officials have repeatedly said the United States is now waging "a new kind of war." That new war is already revealing weaknesses in force structure, and Defense Department officials are taking their first steps to deal with the new shape of battle.
By fitting arms to unmanned reconnaissance aircraft, the military is able to reduce the time between identification and destruction of a target during an air strike.
There are also a number of military, paramilitary and non-military entities capable of taking action in covert operations.
www.worldnetdaily.com /news/printer-friendly.asp?ARTICLE_ID=25066   (2005 words)

 Military Structure of the Army of the Republika Srpska (“VRS”)
Military Structure of the Army of the Republika Srpska (“VRS”)
The structure and function of the brigade staff was basically the same as the Corps staff, but operated on a smaller scale.
In a regular infantry brigade structure, the position of Assistant Commander for Security Affairs and the Chief of Intelligence are separate.
www.un.org /icty/indictment/english/bor-annexA020906.htm   (907 words)

 DefenseLink News Article: BRAC 2005: Force Structure, Military Value at Heart of BRAC
Changes in the global military posture and the need to reduce overhead have combined to offer the military the perfect opportunity to rationalize the military infrastructure to the force structure needed for the future.
Military value is reflected in the first four selection criteria and includes the current and future capabilities needed and the impact on operational readiness of a post, base, range or installation.
Military officials have looked at training areas that will exercise forces in a variety of climates and terrains.
www.defenselink.mil /news/May2005/20050505_901.html   (634 words)

 washingtonpost.com: U.S. Military in Europe May Change
The current thinking about revamping the U.S. military structure in Europe follows the transformation of the politics of NATO through the addition of 10 member nations that are taking notably pro-U.S. stances, effectively reducing the influence of "old Europe" powers such as Germany and France, delegation members noted.
Even discussing the shift sends the signal in Europe that the United States is ready to match changes in the alliance's political structure with changes in its military structure.
But as a career Marine officer he is seen as not wedded to the current structure of the U.S. military in Europe, which has been dominated by the Army since it was established as an occupation force in 1945.
www.washingtonpost.com /ac2/wp-dyn/A49179-2003Feb9?language=printer   (689 words)

 Shaping the National Military Command Structure: Command Responsibilities For the Persian Gulf   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Among military leaders and advisers there were two principal sources of concern: US capability to rapidly deploy military forces to the Gulf region, and the command arrangements for planning and executing combat operations in the region.
This case provides background on the military command structure and Gulf security issues, and then follows the spirited debate that ensued within both the Carter and the Reagan administrations over how to allocate those command responsibilities.
The case illustrates, first, the difficulty of deciding what military command arrangements are appropriate in an area of political controversy; and second, the difficulty of changing bureaucratic boundary lines and responsibilities in circumstances of contending institutional forces.
www.ksg.harvard.edu /case/caseweb/catalog/abstracts/ShapingtheNatio.html   (221 words)

 Inside Indonesia 62 - Aceh's pain - The structure of military abuse
For this reason, it is useful to clarify the status of military operations, the legal status of the 'troubled' (rawan) provinces during the New Order, and now the prospect of martial law as a mechanism for responding to the worrisome tide of new regional violence.
The military has its own names for combat commands, of which DOM is not one.
While DOM never existed, the military of course did have combat commands and conduct military operations in a number of provinces.
www.insideindonesia.org /edit62/dom2.htm   (1235 words)

 Air Chief Marshal Sir Richard Johns...Adapting NATO's Military Structure to Meet Tomorrow's Missions
The integrated military structure remains at the heart of the NATO Alliance.
Instead, we need a mix of capabilities, increasingly reliant on quick reaction and augmentation forces, with a command structure sufficiently adaptable to cope with a force mix tailored to individual tasks: a force mix, I should add, that quite conceivably might include assets from outside the integrated military structure.
The developing concept draws on NATO's existing military structures to build separable but not separate military capabilities that could be employed by NATO or the Western European Union as they attempt to head off or respond to crises.
www.csdr.org /95Book/Johns.htm   (1102 words)

 Rank and Military Structure
While there are lower ranked and higher ranked soldiers, the rank structure is entirely vertical, with one exception: the rank of Pilot and Unit Leader are equivalent.
The two independent rank structures, for the Grand Army and the Grand Fleet, are designed to allow members of the Templar caste to move between the two militaries, although this is very rare.
At this rank, some Group Leaders have command of a small military base or are placed in charge of the troops defending a small colony.
homepage.mac.com /cheethorne/Starcraft/militarystructure.htm   (2152 words)

 USATODAY.com - Pentagon to change military command structure   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Until the suicide hijackings of Sept. 11, the military had never been organized to defend against threats emanating from inside the country.
The new approach is supposed to streamline a command structure that is complex and, in many respects, rooted in a Cold War-era approach to fighting standing armies, air forces and navies in predictable parts of the world.
The Pentagon is considering consolidating all or parts of two U.S.-based commands: Space Command, which defends U.S. military interests in space, and Strategic Command, which is responsible for planning and targeting for strategic nuclear forces.
www.usatoday.com /news/washington/2002/04/17/military.htm   (711 words)

 friendly printed version:Commission on Review of Overseas Military Facility Structure of the United States ~ Marcus ...
Although their theories might seem rather divorced from today’s practical matters such as where to put our bases, their relevance is made clear by the fact that our enemies are using their approaches every day – in the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, now in Iraq, and likely increasingly so in the future.
This is in contrast to the approach of a competing military philosopher who is currently popular in the U.S. military, Carl von Clausewitz, who focused on marshaling one’s forces to take on the enemy in a climactic, bloody, and decisive battle.
Such approaches favor certain force structures, though the implications should not be taken as absolutes or mean that other forces and capabilities can be dispensed with.
www.cdi.org /friendlyversion/printversion.cfm?documentID=2628   (1422 words)

 Rethinking Force Structure
Finally, the Defense Department initiated a major reform of its management structures, many of which trace their heritage back to the Second World War, and some of which date to the turn of the last century.
Our force structure remains much as it was in the 1990s, saddled by the assumptions that—if they were ever accurate—no longer are after September 11, 2001.
We are not a nation at peace; we are not a nation secure behind two oceans; we are not a nation that can turn its back on areas of instability, in which terrorists have learned to thrive while nursing new and horrific capabilities.
www.house.gov /hunter/news_prior_2006/forcestructure-oped.html   (917 words)

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