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Force Structure: Army and Marine Corps Efforts to Review Nonstandard Equipment for Future Usefulness
Force Structure: Army and Marine Corps Efforts to Review Nonstandard Equipment for Future Usefulness
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By John H. Pendleton (au)
Year: 2012
Pages: 42
Binding Paperback
ISBN 978-1-4578-3396-0

Product Code: 1457833964

Report of a briefing to Congress briefing in response to the House Armed Services Comm. requirement for an examination of the Army and Marine Corps tables of equipment. Over the course of the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan, the Army and the Marine Corps have quickly acquired and fielded new equipment to meet evolving threats. Largely supported with overseas contingency operations funds rather than through the Army's and the Marine Corps' regular budgets, this "nonstandard" (rapidly fielded) equipment is not listed on units' equipment authorization documents. However, with the withdrawal of U.S. forces from Iraq, their planned drawdown from Afghanistan, and the likely reductions in overseas contingency operations funding, the military services face decisions about which rapidly fielded equipment should be retained for future use, funded through regular budget processes, and incorporated into unit equipment authorization documents. This report assessed (1) the status of Army and Marine Corps efforts to decide whether nonstandard equipment should be kept for the future and (2) the steps these services must take before adding nonstandard equipment to unit authorization documents and possible areas for improving the efficiency of these steps. Figures. This is a print on demand report.

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