By Jennifer D. P. Moroney, Nancy E. Blacker, Renee Buhr, James McFadden, Cathryn Quantic Thurston
Ongoing operations and rising undertaking specifications position a heavy burden on military assets, leading to potential gaps that the military is not able to fill on its own. One resolution is to construct the suitable functions in allies and accomplice armies via centred protection cooperation. to do that, military planners desire a extra accomplished figuring out of the aptitude gaps and a technique for matching these gaps with candidate companion armies.
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Project power from installations 4. Logistics and Medical in 28. Provide health/medical service support Counterinsurgency (COIN) Operations and noncontiguous battlespace 6. Ability to Detect and Identify Full Range of Obstacles 2. Sustain the force 5. Provide infrastructure to support Army operations 14. Provide integrated logistics support to the force 20. Provide movement of Army forces and materiel 22. Provide a national-level maintenance system G3 7. Ability to Conduct Joint 11. Enhanced ISR Capabilities 4.
2. What are the key success stories, perhaps conveyed through anecdotal evidence? 3. If there were major problems, were they attributable to a planning or execution issue within the TEP or were the problems political? Could they have been mitigated through better planning? 4. S. Army was not heavily involved during all stages, was there a particular gap the Army could have ﬁlled? 5. What key collective lessons should be taken into account for future TEPs to avoid mission failure or signiﬁcant adverse mission eﬀects?
Moreover, by delving into the details of the operational planning and execution of each TEP, opportunities can be identiﬁed for leveraging the capabilities and 18 “How the Army Runs 2005–2006” (2006). 19 Section 1206 of the 2006 Defense Authorization legislation authorized DoD to appropriate an additional $200 million toward training and equipping foreign forces. 20 In the case of the TEPs examined in this monograph, overall assessments were not conducted. Instead, only piecemeal evaluations of speciﬁc security cooperation activities were conducted ad hoc, and on occasion, of TEP phases.