May 5, 2021
Australia and the United States can combine their military health capabilities to help improve the long-term health security of Pacific island countries. These partnerships should be carefully planned and focus on enduring engagement.
RAND research on effectively structuring and employing military forces focuses the development of effective security strategies, force employment concepts, and analytic techniques.
RAND research on military strategies and operations is conducted within each of RAND's national security research divisions and collaboratively across the RAND research community.
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Documents the first phase of a study aimed at finding ways to ensure that warfighter needs are adequately represented as the Air Force manages its programs and budget.
The U.S. Army aims to maximize unit stability (constancy in a unit's membership over time). Yet, reserve units see less stability as mobilization and deployment approach. This book examines instability, its causes, and possible solutions.
A study of Army Reserve Component (RC) units finds that personnel instability is widespread, driven mostly by soldier losses and nondeployers, and affects training prior to deployment.
Evaluates the U.S. Navy's ongoing and proposed unmanned aircraft system (UAS) programs and describes the most promising applications of those UASs to the Navy's operational tasks.