By Charles Wolf
Will the eu Union have the assets to improve the features of the fast response strength within the coming decade?
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S. 2000 dollars. 500)]. 44)] for the ESDP force. S. 88 SOURCES: Unofficial estimates, courtesy of Commander Pete Dawson, USN, based on data from the Center for Defense Information, OPNAV; Marine Corps web site; records of foreign military sales, May 2001. S. S. Army air assault division, as derived from RAND’s cost model for this unit. S. dollars. 48 billion. S. S. Department of the Navy, Falls Church, Virginia, 1997; air transport requirements courtesy of James Bigelow, RAND, Santa Monica, California, 2001.
We have neglected O&M for several reasons: European military establishments are in various stages of moving from conscript to volunteer forces. While this shift will heavily impact personnel (and hence O&M) costs in European defense budgets, the timing and magnitude of this change involve complications that extend well beyond the EMPEC study. The ESDP/RRF will consist not of new forces, but rather of previously existing manpower with new capabilities. , procurements and RDT&E) to equip these forces and further training to enable them to utilize the systems effectively.