Building Partner Capabilities for Coalition Operations
Rand Corporation, Jul 3, 2007 - Political Science - 122 pages
Ongoing operations and emerging mission requirements place a heavy burden on Army resources, resulting in capability gaps that the Army is unable to fill by itself. One solution is to build the appropriate capabilities in allies and partner armies through focused security cooperation. To do this, Army planners need a more comprehensive understanding of the capability gaps and a process for matching those gaps with candidate partner armies.
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Chapter One Introduction
Theory and Practice
Chapter Three Identifying US Army Capability Gaps for Coalition Operations
Chapter Four Matching US Army Capability Gaps to Candidate Partner Armies
Chapter Five Conclusions and Recommendations
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