Military Readiness, Mobilization Planning, and Civil Preparedness: Issues for Planning
General Accounting Office Washington United States
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The security of the United States and the safety of its citizens are the Nations primary and most vital interests, The security, integrity, and well being of our allies are critical to U.S. security. To maintain the freedom and to protect the freedom of allies, the United States must be prepared to successfully overcome potential military challenges to its worldwide interests. The essential elements in preparedness involve developing workable contingency plans and maintaining required forces, material, and equipment at optimum levels of readiness. This study examines current and emerging issues relating to contingency planning and readiness. It emphasizes major problems and concerns and congressional interest and needs. The study also represents the perspective GAO is using to organize its audit efforts.
- Military Operations, Strategy and Tactics