Improving the Planning and Management of U.S. Army Security Cooperation
Discusses the Army's current process for planning and resourcing its security cooperation activities and explores avenues for improvement. In the realm of security cooperation--peacetime activities undertaken by the U.S. armed services with other armed forces and countries--the U.S. Army's current planning process is exceedingly complex and difficult to coordinate, control, and measure. This monograph seeks to help the U.S. Army improve its ability to assess future demand for resources devoted to security cooperation and to evaluate the impact of these demands upon the resources available to the Army.
- Paperback | 134 pages
- 172.7 x 246.4 x 10.2mm | 249.48g
- 03 May 2006
- Santa Monica, CA, United States