USAREUR Force Structure: Adapting to a Changing World
RAND CORP SANTA MONICA CA
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This report presents information regarding alternative force structures for the U.S. Army in Europe and suggests some modifications to the structure as it was designed near the end of Fiscal Year 1992. It further discusses reductions below the then planned level of 92, 000 Army spaces, assesses alternative approaches to structuring at lower levels, and suggests a strategy for planning for reductions. The analysis on which this report is based was conducted in early Fiscal Year 1992, publication was delayed by a variety of factors, and the pace of events has made much of the discussion outdated. It is being published as a contribution to the discussion of Army force structuring in general. The work supporting this report was conducted under the Strategy and Doctrine Program of the Arroyo Center and is part of a larger project assessing potential relationships between the United States and Europe. This report should be of interest to analysts and decision makers responsible for planning future U. S. involvement in Europe and for considering force structure in other theaters.
- Military Forces and Organizations