Wednesday, December 31, 2008

U.S. Army: Reorganizing On The Run

From Strategy Page:

December 30, 2008: Despite major combat operations in Iraq and Afghanistan, the U.S. Army is going through a major reorganization. The end result will increase the number of combat brigades from 33 to 43. This required the transfer of over 40,000 people from combat-support jobs to the combat brigades. New equipment for each of the "reset" units costs over half a billion dollars per brigade. Most of this reset is complete, with all the new brigades ready for service in two years.

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