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Defense Infrastructure: Army Brigade Combat Team Inactivations Informed by Analyses, but Actions Needed to Improve Stationing Process
Brian J. Lepore (au)
As part of its plan to reduce its active duty force by 80,000 personnel by 2017, the Army will be inactivating 10 Brigade Combat Teams (BCTs) currently stationed in the U.S. and reorganizing the remaining BCTs. The Army conducted analyses of different stationing options, which included the use of its military value analysis model to compare installations based on their ability to support BCTs. This report reviewed the decision making process the Army used for its BCT stationing decision, including its military value analysis model. It (1) describes the analyses the Army conducted to make its BCT decision; and (2) evaluates the extent to which the Army has established guidance and processes related to the use of the military value analysis model as a part of its stationing decisions. Tables and figure. This is a print on demand report.
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