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Army Strategic Planning Guidance 2013
Ray T. Odierno (fr); John M. McHugh (fr)
In Jan. 2012, Sec. of Defense Leon E. Panetta issued Sustaining U.S. Global Leadership: Priorities for 21st Century Defense. Key elements of that new strategic guidance were a rebalancing to the Asia-Pacific region while maintaining our commitment to partners in and around the Middle East. It also emphasized developing innovative ways to achieve security objectives, such as combined exercises and other means of building partner capacity and interoperability, and an increased use of rotational presence overseas. The 2012 Army Strategic Planning Guidance (ASPG) provided the initial vision for how the Army could best support the new strategic guidance. The 2013 ASPG is a refinement of that vision, incorporating a yearäó»s worth of study, analysis, and experience. Though in Afghanistan the Army is proceeding to transfer security responsibility to the Afghan National Security Forces, the fight there is not yet finished. The Army has already begun preparing to meet the demands of the rebalance to the Asia-Pacific region and the emphasis on building partner capacity and shaping the security environment as directed by the new Defense strategic guidance. These changes must be made carefully, however, in this time of decreasing budgets. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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