The National Guard Revolution in Military Training Affairs
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The National Guard Revolution in Military Training Affairs

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Published by Storming Media .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL11851343M
ISBN 10142357074X
ISBN 109781423570745

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  The concept of dramatic change in the profession of arms was developed by Soviet military theorists and labeled “military-technical revolutions.”4 The term “revolution in military affairs” (RMA) was first coined by the U.S. Department of Defense’s Office of Net Assessment in the s and was expanded to include improvements in.   Yet if ever there were a time to get serious about the coming revolution in military affairs, it is now. There is an emerging consensus that the United States’ top defense-planning priority should be contending with great powers with advanced militaries, primarily China, and that new technologies, once intriguing but speculative, are now both real and essential to future military Author: Christian Brose.   by Dan Goure A Revolution in Military Affairs (RMA) is a theory about the evolution of warfare over time. An RMA is based on the marriage of . The official website of the National Guard. Online Safety Training. The Army Combat Readiness/Safety Center (CR/SC) now hosts its Distance Learning (DL) courses on the Army Training Support Center (ATSC) Army Learning Management System (ALMS) site.

Active duty includes active service performed by National Guard members under title 32 U.S.C. for the purposes of organizing, administering, recruiting, instructing, or training the National Guard; or under section (f) for the purpose of responding to a national emergency. The history of the Army National Guard in the United States dates from , when the Massachusetts Bay Colony's government organized existing militia companies into three regiments. The National Guard's history continued through the colonial era, including the French and Indian War, and extends into the modern era, including participation in the War on Terror. Typically, National Guard members are required to attend one drill weekend each month and one annual training period (usually 2 weeks in the summer) each year. Weekend drills usually consist of one Saturday and Sunday each month, but occasionally include reporting for duty on Friday night. A revolution in military affairs (RMA) is a hypothesis in military theory about the future of warfare, often connected to technological and organizational recommendations for military reform.. Broadly stated, RMA claims that in certain periods of the history of humankind, there were new military doctrines, strategies, tactics and technologies which led to an irrecoverable change in the conduct.

As a result, most of the units organized for the war had a cadre of Guard officers and noncommissioned officers and large numbers of enlisted men with no prior military training. Federal service revealed that the training of Guardsmen in all aspects of military operations was, for the most part, grossly inadequate to the demands of active duty. Air National Guard Priorities Books: Domestic Capability Priorities Book Weapons Systems Modernization Priorities Book; Contact Us. ANG Public Affairs does not act as an operator service. They do not have the capability to redirect incoming calls to other offices. The Official Website for the Air National Guard. Skip to. Kentucky National Guard The Kentucky National Guard has dual role with a federal & state mission providing support to the Commonwealth & the Nation, both here and abroad. Learn More. Emergency Management Contact Kentucky Military Affairs; Army National Guard;. A revolution in military affairs is under way that holds the potential to dramatically change the character of warfare over the next two to three decades. The information revolution in the civilian world is driving rapid advances in military technologies, most notably in computers, telecommunications, sensors, and precision-guided munitions.