The recent development in the federal corrections system They have been several developments within the federal correctional system over the years. However their most recent developments turn out to be The Charles Colson Task Force created by Congress and the Second Chance Act (SCA). The Charles Colson Task Force was created to identify repeated pattern, as well as create challenges for the Bureau of Prisons (B.O.P), along with examination of the results of the growth within the Federal prison population/ the increasing corrections costs. As well as to reviews the value of recommendations of the policy options to address the drivers.
The Army National Guard has a federal statement that deals with any crisis that involves the United States. Their mission statement is to properly maintain and equipped units that are available for prompt mobilization for war, national emergency, or as otherwise needed is the federal statement. The Mississippi National Guard provides trained and ready forces to accomplish mission requirements for State, Homeland Defense, and National Security and to contribute to the Communities in which we live, work and serve is the current MSARNG mission statement (Department of the Army, 2013). The redefined mission statement will state that the MSARNG will be responsible for providing skilled, qualified and competent Soldiers who will be able to lead any mission in support of protecting, securing and responding to the threat of violence against any citizen in the
This means that even during times of peace, NATO maintains a powerful joint military force to prevent war and if need be, bring a swift destruction to an aggressive nation or military group. Another mission of NATO is the protection of the North Atlantic region through large standing armies and navies. Recently, NATO’s missions have grown out of just the North Atlantic region, the Global War on Terror and other conflicts have expanded NATO’s domain but the original missions are still a top
RREFLECTIVE ESSAY OPERATIONAL VARIABLES CW3 William K. Wilkins WOILE 17-013 / G403C July 30, 2017 Question 1: Select two operational variables from the PMESII-PT construct and explain why they are important within an operational environment? What is Operational Environment? Operational environment is the combination of the conditions, circumstances, and influences, which will determine the use of military forces and help the unit commanders to make their decisions.
The next bargain was the fiscal bargain, which was used through around the period of the 1700s up until the 1800s and further. The concept of the fiscal bargain was about rulers needing a larger amount of resources. To obtain these resources, they follow through with expanding on their core bargain with their people by exchanging an expansion on privileges, legal rights such as economic infrastructure, and an expanded internal security, for military power. Fiscal bargain is what makes it possible to have a linear military in which there is an exchange with subjects for there to be a permanent taxing and debt tied to them for the future of the state. This is what makes it possible for there to be giant militaries of over 200,000 soldiers as
More specifically, what the RGA was going to do next, once the Great Leaps Westward was overwhelmingly successful, and issue of maintaining a complex and gigantic system of logistics that stretches across the continental United States. In essence, one of these constructed RGA plans involved the formation of new RGA crews, which was to be considered to be the norm, after the RGA itself has gained a successful foothold over a given location. Logically speaking, since already preexisting RGA crews cannot always be everywhere at once, common sense would have dictated to the high ranking leadership of the RGA that the formation of new crews to supplement their preexisting ones was going to be needed in defending whatever they had taken. This is to be expected, since the prospect of future retaliation attempts by its rivals, remained as a very real
he basis of the Sui and early Tang militaries was the fubing militia system, first employed by the Western Wei, under Yuwen Tai 's administration. These militia units also served as reserves, and could be mobilized quickly in times of war or political instability. The system involved a network of militia who were assigned tracts of land. Men between 21 and 60 years of age were eligible.
Diversity in United States Army Table of Contents Introduction 2 Diversity in United States Army 2 Significance of Identity 3 Influence of Prototypes and Assimilation on Individual Identity 4 Adjusting Beliefs and Behaviour of Leader 6 Conclusion 7 References 8 Introduction Diversity as a managerial concept focuses on racial diversity due to the historically significant role that is played by race in issues of diversity within the United States Army. It is noted that the internal communication about representative leadership across force has enabled the Army to be strong from its cultural and ethnic diversity. This paper is aimed to consider the perception, attribution, and management of diversity in the United States Army. Diversity in United States Army The emphasis of US Army on the diversity and inclusion has proven effective to enable the Army in maintenance of competitive future advantage.
From the beginning of the United States’ history, conflict has always been prevalent. The need for armed forces continually grows, especially in times of war, as the fight for freedom becomes more challenging. Conscription, better known as the draft, was first introduced during the Civil War as a way to get more individuals involved in the military to fill vacant positions. The practice of the draft was finally discontinued in favor of an all-volunteer military system, when the need for troops was no longer necessary. After almost two decades of being involved overseas, the demand for armed troops is imperative once again.
The historical roots of strategy and tactics date back to the origins of human warfare and the development of large-scale government and empire (Goodman, 2018). The dense tactical infantry formation of overlapping shields called the phalanx, for example, existed in an early form in ancient Sumer (c.3000 BC). The development of strategy and tactics parallels to some extent the growth, spread, and clash of civilizations; technological discoveries and refinements; and the evolution of modern state power, ideology, and nationalism (Goodman, 2018). There is many parts to war and how we execute these wars, but always having a strategy and having the tactics to execute in war is the most essential part of war. We have fought in many wars and battles since the beginning of the United States but the most recent war we have been fighting has been the War On
During the civil war (lasting from 1861 to 1865) many changes in our nation occurred. Some of those changes were in government, agriculture, work, laws, military, and machinery. The military and machinery advancements that occurred during the civil war were very large steps into the things we used today. They modernization of the military tactics and weapons made it easier for the U.S. to fight and the new machinery made those new “modern” ideas come to life.
Early into the war for American Independence, General George Washington, commander & chief of the Army and Navy at the time, knew that in order to reign victorious, it was important to gain naval superiority against Britain. Naval supremacy would give General Washington the ability to keep British vessels from getting safely to harbor to provide supplies, troops, or evacuation efforts for British soldiers fighting inland at the Battle of Virginia Capes, in which General Cornwallis surrendered (Potter, p.52-53). Since then, the United States has continued this long tradition of a strong and powerful Navy. However, in order to take on the beaches of hostile territories, the Navy needs the help of the United States Marine Corps (USMC). The Marine
Militarism- Militarism was a Long-Term cause of WWI; Due to the length of time it takes to build its military to the strength necessary to wage a major war. Alliances- Alliances are seen as a Long-Term cause of WWI.
Concern over security issues FDR and his administration from disclosing some information to Congress. Nevertheless, Congress has the right to be informed as much a possible of the progress of the programs that were established to increase the nation’s military might. FDR went on to say: “New circumstances are constantly be getting new needs for our safety. I shall ask this Congress for greatly increased new appropriations and authorizations to carry on what we have begun. I also ask this Congress for authority and for funds sufficient to manufacture additional munitions and war supplies of many kinds, to be turned over to those nations which are now an actual war with aggressor nations.”
**MY #1 OF 8 HIGHLY COMPETITIVE OIC'S IN THE FAR EAST AOR! ** Decisive task unit commander provides superb direction and leadership to my largest detachment, critical to region-wide success and operational readiness. - SUSTAINED SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE. Flawlessly executed $400K project in the procurement, installation and configuration of classified and unclassified Outside Continental United States Navy Enterprise Network services as part of the Tactical Operations Center/Tactical Support Communications relocation project, ensured zero unscheduled downtime and continuous support to Commander, Task Force 72 and patrol reconnaissance forces missions. - ACCOMPLISHED UNIT COMMANDER.