Total Force Policy Report to the Congress. Supplement
OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF DEFENSE WASHINGTON DC
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Partial contents include Membership and Activities of the Total Force Policy Study Group. Lists member, describes various colloquia and other meetings held to discuss Total Force issues, and lists publications commissioned by the Study Group. Civilian, Contractor, and Host Nation Support Describes the activities of these components of the Total Force and their respective contributions to U.S. military activities. Recent Peacetime Reserve Activities. Discusses the use of reservists, including the National Guard, in state missions lists recent missions in which reservists have played a major role. Rotation Base. Describes the rotation base policies of the military services and discusses some alternative methods for managing assignments. Call-up authorities Explains the call-up authority used in Operation Desert Shield and identifies other available call-up authorities. Considerations in a Comprehensive Total Force Cost Estimate. Discusses methods for estimating force costs, including the cost implications of transfers between active and reserve components. Military Personnel Resources. Examines personnel available to the Total Force, and discusses policies affecting enlistment and retention of personnel.
- Personnel Management and Labor Relations
- Military Operations, Strategy and Tactics