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Army Command and Control Study-82 (ACCS-82). Volume III. Annexes.
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF STAFF (ARMY) WASHINGTON D C
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Study report provides recommendations concerning 61 specific issues identified by the group as requiring resolution in order to accomplish the study objective by the group as requiring resolution in order to accomplish the study objective Vol 1, Chap 7. Recommendations are organized in three general categories 1 Organizational this includes layering, installation management, spans of control, peacetime functional alignment of MACOM and selected Reserve Component units, etc. 2 Transition from peacetime to wartime operations this includes use of State Area Commands STARC, adequacy of communications and ADP support, adequacy of dedicated planning resources, requirements for mobilization exercises, etc. 3 Other this includes feasibility of providing one-stop installation support for Reserve Component units, potential use of recent retirees in selected Reserve Component units, adequacy of post-mobilization individual training programs, planning for total mobilization, etc.
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