Reserve Component Manpower Readiness and Mobilization Policy. Volume 2. Based on the Colloquium on Mobilization with Special Emphasis on Guard and Reserve Components, 1-4 November 1983
NATIONAL DEFENSE UNIV FORT MCNAIR DC MOBILIZATION CONCEPTS DEVELOPMENT CENTER
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Mobilization planning for the Total Force involves making the most effective use of the active and reserve component assets Active units and commands Units and individuals in the Ready Reserve Individuals in the Standby Reserve and Retired personnel. Preparation for mobilization must begin long before an actual mobilization can occur. This preparation should include Assignment of personnel to selected reserve units Preassignment of Individual Mobilization Augmentees, Individual Ready Reserve, Standby Reserve, and retired personnel to mobilization billets Training of all Selected Reserve personnel including recording of qualifications Estimating the yield to be obtained in an actual mobilization Planning for administration and management during mobilization execution. Computers can provide valuable assistance to mobilization planners in all phases. Mobilization planing Training Mobilization execution and Mobilization assessment The study proposed that a computer model be developed to assist manpower planners the model is now used for predicting mobilization yield under various sets of assumptions. In fact, the use of a unified approach to mobilization planning and system development might improve the mobilization potential of all the reserve components.
- Administration and Management
- Humanities and History
- Computer Hardware
- Military Operations, Strategy and Tactics