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By RAND Corporation, Margaret C. Harrell, Roland J. Yardley, Marian Oshiro, Holly Ann Potter

The Goldwater-Nichols Act of 1986 dramatically replaced the way the dep. of security prepares for and executes its venture. The authors of this record revisit Goldwater-Nichols through reading the present nation of joint officer administration and framing a strategic method of extra officials' improvement in joint issues.

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O-6), one sees a far rosier picture of the accrual of jointness in the officer corps. • Increases in jointness have consistently occurred each year. , becoming asymptotic at current levels. How joint the officer corps can be is dependent on the opportunity to have a joint duty assignment and to attend JPME II. The seats for the latter are limited, and the number of the former is also limited. It may be that given these constraints, underlying job and educational durations, and continuation and promotion rates, the ability to increase jointness further in the officer corps in the future may not exist absent changes in the number and duration of school and assignment seats.

5 The overall goal of conducting joint operations is to efficiently use the combined capabilities of each service to accomplish the mission. The services do have overlapping capabilities, however, and vision statements add that some are necessary and some redundancies ____________ 4 DoD (2001). 5 Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Joint Vision 2010, 1995. Joint Missions Require Experienced and Knowledgeable Joint Officers 17 will be minimized in the future. To maximize the effectiveness of each service’s capability by reducing redundancy requires increased integration of each service’s strengths.

Joint officer management does not appear to be as far advanced. : Sage, 2002. 8 This section focuses on multiservice integration of capability. Similar arguments must be made for interagency and multinational capability. 9 James 1996. R. Locher III, “Taking Stock of Goldwater-Nichols,” Joint Forces Quarterly, Autumn 6 Framing a Strategic Approach for Joint Officer Management accurately describes the current state of the system. 11 A strategic approach must understand the need or requirement for critical workforce characteristics as a result of missions and goals and the ability of the management system to provide officers with those characteristics.

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