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Operation Iraqi Freedom: Actions Needed to Enhance DoD Planning for Reposturing U.S. Forces from Iraq
William M. Solis (au)
The redeployment of U.S. forces from Iraq, a process the DoD refers to as “reposturing,” will be a massive and expensive effort. As of March 2008, for ex., there were about 173,000 pieces of equipment in Iraq, worth about $16.5 billion, that will need to be returned to the U.S. The redeployment process following Operation Desert Storm in 1991, a much shorter war, lasted at least 14 months. DoD guidance emphasizes the importance of early planning for this redeployment process. This report examined the: (1) status of logistical planning for reposturing U.S. forces from Iraq and associated assumptions; and (2) extent to which DoD established roles and responsibilities for managing and executing retrograde from Iraq. Illustrations.
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