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Sea basing and alternatives for deploying and sustaining ground combat forces.

Sea basing and alternatives for deploying and sustaining ground combat forces.

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Published by Congress of the U.S., Congressional Budget Office in [Washington, D.C.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sea-power,
  • Naval strategy,
  • Military planning

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesA CBO study
    ContributionsUnited States. Congressional Budget Office.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 32 p. :
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14561808M
    OCLC/WorldCa168252135

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VIII SEA BASING AND ALTERNATIVES FOR DEPLOYING AND SUSTAINING GROUND COMBAT FORCES Summary Table 1. Capabilities and Costs of Alternative Systems Examined by CBO Source: Congressional Budget Office. Notes: n.a. = not applicable; S = deliver daily supplies (about 1, tons/day); M = maintain/repair ground vehicles; E = evacuate.

Enter your keywords. Sort by. Relevancy. Sea basing and alternatives for deploying and sustaining ground combat forces: Congress of the United States, Congressional Budget Office. Get this from a library. A CBO STUDY, Sea Basing and Alternatives for Deploying and Sustaining Ground Combat Forces, July [United States.

Congressional Budget Office.;]. Sea basing and alternatives for deploying and sustaining ground combat forces. By United States. Congressional Budget Office. Abstract "July "Includes. Seabasing and Alternatives for Deploying and Sustaining Ground Combat Forces The study compares the advantages, disadvantages, and costs of eight alternative systemsxe2x80x94five that would involve the sea basing of ground forces and three that would use aircraft to directly deliver forces and supplies.

beyond the sea. Our forces will use the sovereignty of the sea and enhanced networked sea basing to operate without restriction.

Our forward expeditionary nature will provide persistent warfighting capabilities and sustained American influence wherever we may be called to deploy. We will assure our friends and allies, and together with the. Sea basing includes the closing, assembling, employing, sustaining, and reconstituting of Joint forces from a sea base up through sea state 4.

Such a broad and comprehensive operational concept has several requirements above and beyond our current expeditionary warfighting capability. Originally the Rumsfeld-era Office of Defense Transformation defined sea-base as “a noun; the sea and not the things on it.” [x] However, the seabase can more properly though of as the ships and platforms on which and by which the forces are positioned.

SEA BASING: A WAY TO PROJECT LAND COMBAT POWER by Major Stuart A. Hatfield, United States Army, 44 pages. As described in the National Military Strategy, the US military must be capable of rapidly projecting military power to achieve full spectrum dominance over any situation or against any adversary in any Size: 1MB.

Sea-based forces represent the historic root of the Sea Basing concept. Indeed, sea-based forces have been associated with military operations since the Vikings. These maritime people used their knowledge of navigation and seafaring skills to project their.

Seabasing logistics capabilities to the Fleet. This Seabasing Logistics Enabling Concept does not address the level of medical capability provided by the sea base as it continues evaluation.

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Seabasing, along with Sea Strike, Sea Shield, and FORCEnet, is a core element of “Sea Power 21”. NAVAL TRANSFORMATION, GROUND FORCES, AND THE EXPEDITIONARY IMPULSE: THE SEA-BASING DEBATE Geoffrey Till December This publication is a work of the U.S.

Government as defined in Ti United States Code, Section As such, it is in the public domain, and under the provisions of Ti United States. The overall intent of Sea Basing is to use the flexibility and protection provided by the sea base while minimizing the presence of forces ashore.

The Assessment Division of the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations (OPNAV N) asked RAND to develop insights on how Sea Basing could also enable Army operations while supporting a Marine Expeditionary Brigade (MEB).Cited by: 4.

A number of Sea Basing concept documents—some Service-originated and some joint documents—have been issued or are in draft form. While they have much in common, there are significant differences among them.

For the purpose of this study, the committee chose to base its analysis on the Naval. The ability to rapidly deploy forces into austere locations is essential to the global power projection concept of operation. Much of the materiel used by such expeditionary forces does not deploy with the unit but is instead sourced from a global network of prepositioning storage locations, to reduce the transportation requirements associated with the movement of such by: 6.

The sea base must have intermediate maintenance capability for organic combat equipment and to support reconstituted naval forces. Maintenance operations will be enhanced by predictive maintenance technologies, rapid replenishment of spares directly from manufacturers, and.

Combat configured armored forces with full complements of supplies may require a top-to-bottom analysis of how, when, and where U.S. forces Army must be. SEABASING: A STRATEGY FOR THE 21ST CENTURY. U.S. forces must react promptly to theater needs from a posture that minimizes footprint.

DOD is changing U.S. global basing policy, placing more emphasis on the ability to surge quickly to trouble spots across the globe, and making U.S. forces more agile and expeditionary.

The newAuthor: Christopher T Mayette. SearchWorks Catalog Stanford Libraries. Catalog start "A CBO study "Remove constraint "A CBO study " Sea Basing and Alternatives for Deploying and Sustaining Ground Combat Forces, July [] [S.l: s.n., ?] Description Book Nielsen Book Data) Online.

; Google Books (Full view). Naval Power 21 The Naval Vision: interoperable, combined arms Marine Air-Ground Task Forces • Sea Basing projects the sovereignty of the United States globally while providing Joint.permissive environments.

Combat configured armored forces with full complements of supplies may require a top-to-bottom analysis of how, when, and where U.S. forces deploy. The Army must be able to exploit the maritime domain as an avenue of approach.

Deploying to a sea base, or even a close intermediate stag-ing base, provides opportunities toFile Size: KB. A sea base uses the sea as a base, and that is a compelling vision. After all, the sea covers 75 percent of the world’s surface while approximately two-thirds of the world’s population lives within kilometers of a coast.

Operating from the sea, you can almost always get near the action. Seabasing has deep historical roots.