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Maintaining an Operational U.S. Army Reserve through Medical Readiness
ARMY WAR COLL CARLISLE BARRACKS PA
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Our nation is currently reflecting upon the last decade of commitment our forces have made in meeting operational requirements in Iraq and Afghanistan. In the past ten years, the USAR has not met medical readiness goals set by the DoD. This paper examines the current USAR medical readiness process and its ability to sustain an Operational Reserve. This analysis compares the performance of current processes against DoD requirements and the USAR medical metrics. Based on this analysis, this paper will recommend changes or improvements to the USAR medical readiness process as an Operational Reserve.
APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE