Accession Number:

AD1116730

Title:

The Inadequate Troop Levels to Combat the Global War on Terror

Corporate Author:

ARMY SERGEANTS MAJOR ACADEMY FORT BLISS TX FORT BLISS United States

Report Date:

2007-11-27

Abstract:

Current troop levels are inadequate to sustain the current full-spectrum operations on the Global War on Terror specifically in Iraq and Afghanistan. Specifically, a larger Army would benefit soldiers by alleviating the current unit rotation demand thus creating less strain and lifting morale. The research conducted revealed that the United States in past conflicts has successfully maintained and financed a large deployed military force while sustaining a healthy economy stateside. Available secondary data from various government agencies illustrated current positive economic impact of the Global War on Terror on the US economy.

Descriptive Note:

Technical Report

Supplementary Note:

01 Jan 0001, 01 Jan 0001, DTIC Crawl

Pages:

0024

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Distribution Statement:

Approved For Public Release;

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