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Assessment of U.S. and Coalition Efforts to Develop Leaders in the Aghan National Army
Kenneth P. Moorefield (ed)
This report assessed the sufficiency and the effectiveness of the Coalitionäó»s programs for developing Afghan National Army (ANA) officers and non-commissioned officers. It found that the Coalitionäó»s programs for the ANA leader development were generally effective and on track for transition to the Afghans. The establishment of a non-commissioned officer corps, and the roles and responsibilities accompanying this enlisted leadership position, was not completely embraced by senior ANA and General Staff personnel. The lack of a true merit-based personnel promotion and assignment system negatively impacted the further development of a new generation of ANA leaders. Among Coalition advisors to the ANA, there was a wide variation in the selection for assignment and specific advisor training preparation. Coalition Command data assessment practices and categories did not appear to have been updated to reflect the change in mission emphasis from building the ANA to improving its quality. Of special note was the ANA literacy program. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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