Clinton and Post-Cold War Defense
The experts raise many provocative questions and varying conclusions about the problems and prospects for the United States and for the post-Cold War era. Advanced undergraduate and graduate students and teachers should find that this hard-hitting analysis stimulates discussion, and military experts and policymakers should find this of real interest also.
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... Programs for Fiscal Years 1994-1998 20 2.4 Comparison of the Bush Base Force Structure to the Clinton Bottom - Up Review Structure 23 2.5 Composition of the FY 1995 Defense Budget 3.1 Army Forces in the Bottom - Up Review ( Division ...
Most disturbing to Snider and Kelly is the apparent lack of articulation they detect among Clinton defense strategy , force structure , and budgets . These three pillars of defense policy are not always moving in the same direction ...
First , Defense Sec- retary Les Aspin instructed his staff , the JCS , and the military services to design forces for ... Clinton defense program appears reasonable by historical standards , do we need the force structure it implies ?
Over the next months the Bush administration developed a military strategy and a force structure , the Base Force , to implement their pursuit Table 1.1 The Base Force : 25 Percent Reduction Army 2 Clinton and Post - Cold War Defense.
Table 1.1 The Base Force : 25 Percent Reduction Army Divisions Aircraft Carriers Carrier Air Wings Battle Force Ships ... During the fall of 1989 and on into 1990 the development of the force structure to support the strategy was more ...
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