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Force Structure: Streamlining Plans Could Enable Navy to Reduce Personnel Below Fiscal Year 1999 Goal
Carol R. Schuster. Since the end of the Cold War , the U.S. Navy has reduced its active military forces by about 28% & has plans to further reduce its personnel to help modernize a smaller but more capable force. In 1996, pay & allowances for active duty Navy personnel was $17 billion, or about 25% of the Navy’s obligational authority. This report examines the size & composition of Navy active duty forces between ‘89 & ‘99, the navy’s plan to achieve its FY 1099 active duty force goal & initiatives that could further reduce forces beyond the planned FY 1999 level, & the Navy’s processes for determining active military force requirements.
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