Williams International University
James P. Lewis
Armed service Organization
BC345: Organizational Interaction
Instructor: Doctor Loretta Jenkins
Assignment Due Date: 3/8/2014
My personal choice is convenient because, how will you not select one of the best forces about this earth the US Military. Let me emphasize even more on the US Army because that is who also I help now. I did serve between the US Usaf for the first a part of my job, five years' worth.
The Armed service, as one of the 3 military departments (Army, Navy and Air Force) reporting to theDepartment of Protection, is composed of two distinct and equally important components: the active component and the arrange components. The reserve pieces are the United States Military Reserve and the Army National Guard. (www.army.mil) Regardless of component, The Army performs both functional and institutional missions. The functional Army consists of numbered soldires, corps, divisions, brigades, and battalions that conduct full spectrum operations around the world. (Operational Product Diagram and descriptions) The institutional Armed service supports the operational Armed service. Institutional companies provide the system necessary to raise, train, render, deploy, and ensure the openness of all Army forces. The education base delivers military skills and professional education to every Soldier along with members of sister companies and sibling forces. In addition, it allows The Army to expand quickly in time of war. The commercial base delivers world-class equipment and strategies for The Army. Military installations give the power-projection programs required to deploy land causes promptly to back up combatant commanders. Once these forces are deployed, the institutional Armed service provides the logistics needed to support them. With no institutional Armed service, the operational Army are unable to function. Without the operational Army, the institutional Army does not have...
Staples, Steven, 2000, The Relationship Between Globalization and Militarism, Social Justice Magazine Vol. 27, Number 4