Combat readiness (81 - 90 of 433 items)
Force Structure: Army Needs to Provide DOD and Congress More Visibility Regarding Modular Force Capabilities and Implementation Plans
GAO-06-745: Published: Sep 6, 2006. Publicly Released: Sep 6, 2006.
Force Structure: DOD Needs to Integrate Data into Its Force Identification Process and Examine Options to Meet Requirements for High-Demand Support Forces
GAO-06-962: Published: Sep 5, 2006. Publicly Released: Sep 5, 2006.
Improvement Continues in DOD's Reporting on Sustainable Ranges but Additional Time Is Needed to Fully Implement Key Initiatives
GAO-06-725R: Published: Jun 20, 2006. Publicly Released: Jun 20, 2006.
Defense Logistics: Preliminary Observations on Equipment Reset Challenges and Issues for the Army and Marine Corps
GAO-06-604T: Published: Mar 30, 2006. Publicly Released: Mar 30, 2006.
Military Training: Funding Requests for Joint Urban Operations Training and Facilities Should Be Based on Sound Strategy and Requirements
GAO-06-193: Published: Dec 8, 2005. Publicly Released: Dec 8, 2005.
Military Readiness: Navy's Fleet Response Plan Would Benefit from a Comprehensive Management Approach and Rigorous Testing
GAO-06-84: Published: Nov 22, 2005. Publicly Released: Nov 22, 2005.
Military Personnel: Top Management Attention Is Needed to Address Long-standing Problems with Determining Medical and Physical Fitness of the Reserve Force
GAO-06-105: Published: Oct 27, 2005. Publicly Released: Oct 27, 2005.
Military Readiness: DOD Needs to Identify and Address Gaps and Potential Risks in Program Strategies and Funding Priorities for Selected Equipment
GAO-06-141: Published: Oct 25, 2005. Publicly Released: Oct 25, 2005.
Some Improvements Have Been Made in DOD's Annual Training Range Reporting but It Still Fails to Fully Address Congressional Requirements
GAO-06-29R: Published: Oct 25, 2005. Publicly Released: Oct 25, 2005.
Reserve Forces: Army National Guard's Role, Organization, and Equipment Need to be Reexamined
GAO-06-170T: Published: Oct 20, 2005. Publicly Released: Oct 20, 2005.