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This report traces how U.S. military policy has evolved through statutory changes and legislative compromises. Today's "traditional" military policy dates back only to 1940. This history provides context for further evolving the U.S. Army.
Individual characteristics (treatment moderators) advance personalized medicine by helping providers assign patients to the most effective treatment; composite moderators have much stronger effects than any individual moderator.
May 4, 2017
Andrea N. Niles, Amanda G. Loerinc, Jennifer L. Krull, Peter Roy-Byrne, Murray Stein, Greer Sullivan, Cathy D. Sherbourne, Alexander Bystritsky, Michelle G. Craske
The authors used RAND's COMPARE microsimulation model to analyze the American Health Care Act, a bill proposed in the U.S. House of Representatives on March 6, 2017, that would have repealed and replaced many provisions of the Affordable Care Act.
This analysis modeled the Army's ability to increase ("regenerate") its active component end strength over five years -- starting from end strengths of 450,000 and 420,000 -- to provide the number of deployable troops available in 2010.
May 3, 2017
Shanthi Nataraj, Matthew Wade Markel, Jaime L. Hastings, Eric V. Larson, Jill Luoto, Christopher Maerzluft, Craig A. Myatt, Bruce R. Orvis, Christina Panis, Michael Powell, Jose Rodriguez, Tiffany Tsai