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By Michael Spirtas, Jennifer D. P. Moroney, Harry J. Thie, Joe Hogler, Thomas-Durell Young

ISBN-10: 0833045040

ISBN-13: 9780833045041

The character of contemporary demanding situations and the categories of missions the U.S. division of safeguard has undertaken spotlight the necessity for it to contemplate how you can support the army arrange to paintings with different executive organizations, foreign businesses, inner most and nongovernmental firms, and overseas militaries. present education courses aimed toward headquarters staffs have to be made over to target high-priority initiatives which are amenable to education.

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Training, for example, is an activity that provides specific skills that might be of use in an upcoming mission or for a finite period of time. DoD trains its personnel both as individuals and as units. Education, in contrast, is an activity that provides personnel with broader knowledge aimed at career-long development (USJCS, 2005b). DoD also prepares its people by having them participate in exercises designed to test various skills. S. military personnel prepare for integrated-operations activities.

That said, the RAND study team has insufficient data to make any firm determinations in this regard, as it could well be that Army commanders hold the view that, after multiple deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan, such skills are already well understood by their units. t Providing security cooperation would appear to be a critical area of concern. S. Army is consistently addressing these tasks in these exercises. t Understanding partner capabilities appears to be an area of inconsistency at best and ambivalence at worst in both BCTP and MSTP.

The tasks that we considered to be most amenable to training were in “establish relationship with partner” and “collect and disseminate information” categories. Even the lowest category in this scoring, “support interpartner communications,” has a good proportion of tasks that we judged to be trainable. 2 Collect and disseminate information Conduct operations with and for partners 18 DoD Training for Operations with Partners Conclusion This chapter has shown how we derived a list of integrated-operations tasks, categorized the tasks, and considered the tasks in terms of their importance to SSTR operations and how well they can be trained.

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