U.S. Overseas Military Presence : What Are the Strategic Choices?.
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- Santa Monica : RAND Corporation, The, 2012.
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- The role of the United States and its global military presence are under debate in the face of changing strategic and economic realities. The authors present a menu of global postures and compare them in terms of the U.S. Air Force bases, combat forces, active-duty personnel, and base operating costs. Ultimately, the choice will depend on perspectives on the role overseas military presence can play in achieving U.S. global security interests.
CHAPTER ONE: Introduction
Study Objectives and Scope
Organization of This Monograph
CHAPTER TWO: Path to Defining Future Global U.S. Postures
Global U.S. Security Interests
Perspectives on Global Presence Needed to Achieve U.S. Security Interests in East Asia, Europe, and the Middle East
Perspectives Lead to Global Postures
Global Posture 1: Long Range and Responsive
Global Posture 2: Forward in Asia
Global Posture 3: Forward in the Middle East
Global Posture 4: Shared with Allies and Diversified Globally
Global Posture 5: Forward Globally
CHAPTER THREE: Comparison of Global Postures
Global Postures Support Other U.S. Security Interests
Protect Americans from Terrorist Attacks
Restrict Flow of Illegal Trade and Ensure Flow of Commerce and Key Resources
Respond to Humanitarian Emergencies and Regional Conflicts
Characteristics of Global Postures
CHAPTER FOUR: Strategic Choices: Overseas U.S. Military Presence
A. Protecting The Global Commons: Confusing Means With Ends
B. Database of Current U.S. Bases Overseas
C. Comparison of Global Postures
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- Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2021. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
- Pettyjohn, Stacie L.
Sisson, Melanie W.
Worman, Stephen M.
McNerney, Michael J.
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- Print version: Davis, Lynn E. U.S. Overseas Military Presence
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