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Logistics Support for Deployed Military Forces
Douglas Holtz-Eakin (pf); Matthew Goldberg (ed); J. Michael Gilmore (ed)
The U. S. Army uses a mix of uniformed mil. personnel, fed. civilian employees, & contractors to support its deployed combat forces. Over the past 3 years, more than $15 billion of logistics support (incl. such services as base-camp construction, food, fuel, housing, & supplies) has been provided to the Army in Iraq, Afghanistan, & elsewhere in SW Asia under contract. This study evaluates alternative mixes of mil. personnel, fed. civilians, & contractors that could support the Army’s deployed combat forces. It analyzes 4 options that would vary the mix among the 3 labor categories, affecting the provision of logistics support as well as the maint. of weapon systems. Evaluates the 4 options on the basis of their cost, flexibility, & legal considerations. Tables.
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