Career As a Hockey Professional: Players, Coaches, Managers, by Institute For Career Research

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Army Forces Command (2005) defines PGSPs as “installations that also provide power projection, mission preparation, and sustainment capabilities like PGPs, but are focused on CS and CSS units. The capacity is up to Support Brigade size with corresponding training equipment sets. ” - 18 - The 2005 Army Modernization Plan (Department of the Army, 2005a) describes how the Army will transform itself from the Current Force to the Future Force within the context of the Army’s changing operational environment.

14 - As a result of BRAC, GDPR, and the Army Modular Force Plan, the Army will be moving about 150,000 military and civilian positions over the next five to six years. S. S. installations, overseas installations, and leased office space. ) The establishment of new modular combat brigades, involving about 25,000 soldiers, should be completed by the end of FY06. Many of these units are being placed in temporary facilities while permanent facilities are being constructed. An additional 26,000 positions will be moved from FY06–11 to create modular support brigades (Combat Aviation, Fires, Battlefield Surveillance, Combat Support, and Sustainment).

30 - In many ways, the Defense Installations Strategic Plan and the Army Installation Strategic Plan are not truly strategic. They tend to focus on current problems and known changes over the FY06–11 Program Objective Memorandum (POM), such as building facilities needed to accommodate changes in stationing due to the Army Modular Force Plan, GDPR, and BRAC. There are plans to update the DoD and Army installation strategic plans every few years. However, the plans do not address the potential for long-term changes over the next 10, 20, or 25 years.

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