Crisis and Contingency Response Planning in the Serbian Armed Forces (CSL Issue Paper, Volume 7-10, October 2010)
ARMY WAR COLL CARLISLE BARRACKS PA CENTER FOR STRATEGIC LEADERSHIP
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By the very nature of their missions, the worlds militaries spend much of their time developing plans that address identified risks, only to find themselves reacting to security threats from an unanticipated sector, or to manmade and natural disasters. The ability to turn on a dime is based in a creditable crisis action planning CAP process designed to support the military commanders efforts to develop, analyze, select and implement a course of action COA within a constrained timeframe. Although most militaries have a CAP capability, the United States has institutionalized the process, and demonstrated its capabilities to address issues from the strategic to the local.
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