The Army Force Mix: Issues and Considerations for Active and Reserve Components

Shannon V. Turner (Editor)

Series: Military and Veteran Issues
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The Army is composed of both an Active Component (AC) and a Reserve Component (RC). The AC consists of soldiers who are in the Army as their full-time occupation. The RC is composed primarily of soldiers who serve part-time but who can be ordered to full-time duty.

The Army’s RC is made up of both the Army National Guard (ARNG) and the United States Army Reserve (USAR). AC/RC force mix refers to the distribution of units between the active and reserve components of the armed forces. This book discusses the AC/RC force mix, as well as the unit cost and readiness for the AC and RC. (Imprint: Nova)


Chapter 1 - Army Active Component (AC)/Reserve Component (RC) Force Mix: Considerations and Options for Congress (pp. 1-126)
Andrew Feickert and Lawrence Kapp

Chapter 2 - Unit Cost and Readiness for the Active and Reserve Components of the Armed Forces (pp. 127-162)
Office of the Secretary of Defense

Chapter 3 - Statement of General Raymond T. Odierno, Chief of Staff, U.S. Army. Hearing on ''Army Active and Reserve Force Mix'' (pp. 163-176)


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