By Jennifer D. P. Moroney, Nancy E. Blacker, Renee Buhr, James McFadden, Cathryn Quantic Thurston
Ongoing operations and rising project necessities position a heavy burden on military assets, leading to power gaps that the military is not able to fill on its own. One answer is to construct the proper services in allies and associate armies via concentrated safety cooperation. to do that, military planners desire a extra accomplished figuring out of the potential gaps and a approach for matching these gaps with candidate accomplice armies.
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What are the major recurring themes from each TEP? 2. What are the key success stories, perhaps conveyed through anecdotal evidence? 3. If there were major problems, were they attributable to a planning or execution issue within the TEP or were the problems political? Could they have been mitigated through better planning? 4. S. Army was not heavily involved during all stages, was there a particular gap the Army could have ﬁlled? 5. What key collective lessons should be taken into account for future TEPs to avoid mission failure or signiﬁcant adverse mission eﬀects?
Provide operational intelligence fusion 16. Recruit and retrain the force 17. Provide institutional training and education 18. Provide quality of life for soldiers and their families 19. Communicate via the Global Information Grid (GIG) 20. Provide movement of Army forces and materiel 21. Generate doctrine to support Army, Joint, and multinational operations 22. Provide a national-level maintenance system 23. Project power from installations 24. Conduct information operations 25. Provide corporate management and business operations 26.
S. military resulted in improved military-to-military relationships. S. military forces in certain TEPs, they are no substitute for “the uniform” in developing and sustaining an oﬃcial military-to-military relationship with the partner country. Defense consultants bring a valued expertise to the TEP, but their involvement is unlikely to create or support a militaryto-military relationship. 3. Building the capability at higher headquarters to manage forces increases sustainability. Training units without incorporating higher headquarters into the overall training program and educating them as to proper use of the forces can inhibit the eﬀective employment of the TEP-developed capabilities.