By Lynn Davis
What function can the military play in conserving the USA from terrorist assaults?
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Rather than starting with what is known and trying to predict the future, it uses as its point of departure the assumptions that underlie any given strategy and looks for ways these could become vulnerable. , 1993). Another RAND defense planning methodology “takes a decision perspective, which focuses research . . on issues central to potential decisions, rather than searching for knowledge generally. ” According to the authors, the approach is in the spirit of capabilities-based planning (Davis, Bigelow, and McEver, 1999).
On issues central to potential decisions, rather than searching for knowledge generally. ” According to the authors, the approach is in the spirit of capabilities-based planning (Davis, Bigelow, and McEver, 1999). Still another RAND planning methodology, the “strategies-to-tasks methodology,” is designed to provide an audit train from the broadest strategic objectives down to operational activities at the tactical level, which among uses can help identify gaps in capability (Thaler, 1993; Kent and Ochmanek, 2003).
For active component units, this training could take place in the months leading up to the mission. Guard units would also require time to prepare. 10 After call-up, the units would report to a mobilization center where they would receive standard and specialized training. It would take about four weeks of training before the forces would be able to assume their HLS mission, which they would perform while at their mobilization center. During its HLS assignment, the brigade could continue training.