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The United States Army Reserve: A Relevant Force for the Twenty-First Century.
ARMY WAR COLL CARLISLE BARRACKS PA
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The United States Army continues to experience end strength reductions based on the recommendations of the 1993 Bottom Up Review BUR. The impact of the 1997 Quadrennial Defense Review QDR will have critical implications for the future military size, force structure, force mix, and the U.S. National Military Strategies for the 21st Century. The relevancy of the United States Army Reserve must not be underestimated during the QDR evaluation. This paper examines mobilizations of the United States Army Reserve beginning with World War 2 to present, recent reorganizations, and improvements for efficiencies in training and readiness. The Total Force Policy adopted in 1973 was favorably demonstrated during the Gulf War and continues to be evident in present Military Operations Other Than War MOOTW.
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