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Exhibit R-2, Rdt&E Budget Item Justification

By: Department of Defense

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Excerpt: (U) A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification The B-52 is one of two bomber weapon systems which supports conventional and nuclear taskings. It employs a diverse weapons load and is the only long range bomber/weapon system that can employ the Advanced Cruise Missile (ACM), Air Launched Cruise Missile (ALCM) and Conventional Air Launched Cruise Missile (CALCM). The current service life is forecast beyond 2040. The Avionics Midlife Improvement (AMI) mod...

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Coalition Provisional Authority Program Management Office Baghdad,...

By: Department of Defense

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Excerpt: Baghdad, Iraq ... NANA Pacific, a Native Alaskan Owned Corporation from Anchorage, Alaska, USA was awarded a $70 million contract by the Coalition Provisional Authority March 31 to provide a variety of services in connection with improving Iraqi seaports. The initial work will be the dredging of the Port of Umm Qasr. The job provides for no less than 1.32 million cubic meters of dredging. The dredging has commenced and will begin the process of opening Iraqi ports to world class trade.

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How Independent Test and Evaluation of Commercial Products Gets Done

By: Department of Defense

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Excerpt: Overview One objective today, is to show the path from product certification through acquisition, and how the UL Standards development process, product testing, and the eventual display of the UL Mark provides confidence to government agencies seeking NTTAA and OMB Circular A-119 solutions.

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Panel Discussion Technology Drivers for the Future

By: Renata Price

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Excerpt: Discussion Objective: Develop a better understanding of how technology will drive armament and munitions as each service transitions or transforms itself to meet future threats.

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The New Dimension in War

By: Ajay Singh

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Excerpt: Success and failure in war—as in most human endeavors—rests on the ability or failure to create and exploit asymmetries in capabilities and action. These asymmetries result from a process of technological revolution and evolution, based on microrevolutions, and generalship that exploits them in time and space. Methods of warfighting undergo changes through microrevolutions that are usually driven by innovations such as the stirrup, crossbow, gunpowder, steamship...

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Wartime Manpower Planning System Adp System Users Manual

By: Department of Defense

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Excerpt: This Manual provides guidance to users of the Wartime Manpower Mobilization Planning System (WARMAPS) for processing wartime manpower data and should be used in conjunction with the current issue of D.O.D. 1100.19-H.

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Transforming Department of Defense Financial Management

By: Department of Defense

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Executive Summary: At the request of the Secretary of Defense (SECDEF), the Department of Defense (D.O.D.) contracted with the Institute for Defense Analyses to conduct a study to recommend a strategy for financial management improvements within the Department. The Study Group envisions a future in which relevant, reliable and timely financial information1, affirmed by a clean audit opinion, is available on a routine basis to support management decision-making at all lev...

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Military Family Month

By: Department of Defense

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Excerpt: NATIONAL GUARD WINNER RANDEE ELAINE HARVEL, 2ND GRADE daughter of: Colonel Donald and Nan Harvel Navy Ft. Worth Joint Reserve Base, Texas ...

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Department of Defense Civilian Human Resources Strategic Plan

By: Department of Defense

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Excerpt: FOREWARD There is a civilian human resources dilemma in the Department of Defense (D.O.D.). The Department has weathered significant drawdowns (375,796 since 1989), base closures, as well as shifting challenges from the defense of freedom on foreign soil to homeland defense. The strategic plan takes into account the need to be able to move from a Department structured to support the Cold War to a Department structured to react quickly to evolving missions and to...

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Defense Viewpoint

By: William S. Cohen

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Excerpt: There is an old military maxim that “amateurs think about tactics. but professionals think about logistics.” Throughout his career. Walt Cross has been the consummate professional. He was out in front. whether in the cockpit of an F-4 fighter over Vietnam. as commander of one of our most critical airlift wings or organizing the remarkable logistics support which was the backbone of Desert Storm. Walt capped his distinguished career with his service as the Comman...

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Exploiting Commercial Opportunities

By: Department of Defense

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Excerpt: Key Attributes ... Global Access ... Reliable ... Assured ... Interoperable ... User Friendly ... Cost Effective The Global Information Grid is the Vision and Weapons System that enables Information Superiority ...

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Meteorological and Oceanographic Operations

By: Department of Defense

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: References: a. D.O.D. Directive 5100.73, 13 May 1999, “Major Department of Defense Headquarters Activities” b. Joint Pub 2-01.3, 24 May 2000, “ Joint Tactics, Techniques and Procedures for Joint Intelligence Preparation of the Battlespace” c. Joint Pub 3-59, 23 March 1999, “Joint Doctrine, Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Meteorological and Oceanographic Support” d. Joint Pub 5-00.2, 13 January 1999, “Joint Task Force Planning Guidance and Procedures”

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Civilian Health and Medical Program of the Uniformed Services (Cha...

By: Department of Defense

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Excerpt: The terms “exclusion” and “suspension”, when referring to a provider under CHAMPUS, both mean the denial of status as an authorized provider, resulting in items, services, or supplies furnished by the provider not being reimbursed, directly or indirectly, under CHAMPUS. The terms may be used interchangeably to refer to a provider who has been denied status as an authorized CHAMPUS provider based on 1. a criminal conviction or civil judgment involving fraud ... 2...

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Civilian Pay Allotments

By: David O. Cooke

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Excerpt: The Instruction applies to the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the Joint Staff, and the activities assigned to the Washington Headquarters Services for administrative support.

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Sao Manning Update

By: P. Gregory Pierce, Commander

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Excerpt: There have been numerous articles written, testimony given, studies undertaken, and arguments presented concerning the impact of the severe manpower reductions suffered in recent years by the Security Assistance Organizations (SAO) overseas. There was even serious concern that these critical in-country SAO organizations would soon disappear altogether. As a result of the most recent security assistance legislative changes and separately promulgated executive gui...

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Commercial Activities Inventory Report and Five Year Review Schedu...

By: Department of Defense

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: FUNCTION AND D.O.D. COMPONENTs in commercial activities and defense.

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Us Department of Defense Talking Points: Oct. 27, 2004: Al Qaqaa W...

By: Department of Defense

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Excerpt: Following are talking points on the 2003 timeline regarding U.S. and Iraqi military activities in the vicinity of the former Al-Qaqaa military facility. According to the Duelfer report, as of mid-September 2004 Coalition forces have reviewed and cleared more than 10,000 caches of weapons ... This includes 240,000 tons of munitions that have been destroyed and another 160,000 tons secured and awaiting destruction ... The 377 tons of munitions from the Al-Qaqaa fa...

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United States Air Force Security Assistance

By: Department of Defense

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Excerpt: ROLE IN SECURITY ASSISTANCE The Directorate of International Programs (AF/PAI) plays a central part in meeting National Defense Policy goals and United States Air Force Security Assi stance objectives. Worki ng on a day-to-day bas is with its counterparts in the Defense Security Assistance Agency (DSAA), the Department of State, and other U.S. Government agencies and offices, as well as foreign governnents and international organizations, AF/PAI provides respons...

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State of Cmmi: Improving Processes for Better Products

By: Bob Rassa

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Topics Brief Background The Integration Issue ROI Discussions ... Historical Early Transition Evidence CMMI as a Framework CMMI Today CMMI Tomorrow SW-CMM ACAT-I Survey Results Early Appraisal Results Summary ...

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Dod Polygraph Program

By: William H. Taft

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Excerpt: REISSUANCE AND PURPOSE. This Directive ... 1.1. Reissues reference (a) to update policy governing the use of the polygraph within the Department of Defense, including the selection, training, and supervision of polygraph examiners; the procurement and testing of equipment; and the reporting of data related to polygraph activities ... 1.2. Authorized the issuance of D.O.D. 5210.48-R, “D.O.D. Polygraph Program,” consistent with reference (b) ... 2. APPLICABILITY A...

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