National Guard Special Forces enhancing the contributions of reserve component Army Special Operations Forces

This technical report presents research undertaken as part of a project entitled "Enhancing the Contributions of Reserve Component Army Special Operations Forces." The project was designed to explore ways to enhance the contributions of U.S Army National Guard (ARNG) Special Forces to ongo...

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Main Authors: Peters, John E., Shannon, Brian (Author), Boyer, Matthew E. (Author)
Corporate Authors: Arroyo Center, Rand Corporation
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Santa Monica, CA RAND 2012, 2012
Series:RAND Corporation technical report series
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Summary:This technical report presents research undertaken as part of a project entitled "Enhancing the Contributions of Reserve Component Army Special Operations Forces." The project was designed to explore ways to enhance the contributions of U.S Army National Guard (ARNG) Special Forces to ongoing U.S. military operations and to provide recommendations that might lead to 'purpose-driven' ARNG Special Forces: that is, forces organized and employed to take advantage of civilian skills, language proficiency, or other attributes found predominantly within the ARNG Special Forces. This report examines the options for recasting ARNG Special Forces in a 'purposedriven' way
Physical Description:xx, 65 pages color illustrations
ISBN:0833060120
9780833060129