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Modeling and Simulation in an Era of Persistent Conflict. Presented by MG Robert Lennox Deputy G-3/5/7, Headquarters, Department of the Army At DoD M&S Conference 11 March 2008. Classification: UNCLASSIFIED. OEF-Philippines 900 SOLDIERS. Army Global Commitments.

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    1. Modeling and Simulation in an Era of Persistent Conflict Presented by MG Robert Lennox Deputy G-3/5/7, Headquarters, Department of the Army At DoD M&S Conference 11 March 2008 Classification: UNCLASSIFIED

    2. OEF-Philippines 900 SOLDIERS Army Global Commitments 255,000Soldiers deployed / “forward station” in nearly 80 countries overseas *Includes AC Stationed Overseas ALASKA 12,000 SOLDIERS South Korea 18,000 SOLDIERS (Part of AC Station Overseas) USAREUR 34,000 SOLDIERS OEF-AFGHANISTAN 22,000 SOLDIERS HOMELAND SECURITY 4,000 SOLDIERS (RC Mobilized Stateside) BOSNIA 50 SOLDIERS OIF-IRAQ 113,000 SOLDIERS JTF-GTMO 600 SOLDIERS KFOR 1,000 SOLDIERS OEF-PHILIPPINES 700 SOLDIERS JTF-BRAVO 700 SOLDIERS OEF/OIF KUWAIT 8,000 MFO 700 SOLDIERS OTHER OPERATIONS & EXERCISES 4,250 SOLDIERS Army Personnel Strength ComponentR/C Authorized for Mobilization / On Current Orders - Active (AC) 524,000 N/A - Reserve (RC) USAR 190,000 22,000 ARNG 353000 52,000 1,067,000 AC STATIONED OVERSEAS 104 ,000 AC STATIONED STATESIDE 420,000 AS OF 04 Mar 08 MSG Rodriguez, J

    3. FM 3-0 Revision “America is at war and should expect to remain fully engaged throughout the world for the next several decades in a Persistent Conflict against an enemy dedicated to U.S. defeat as a nation and eradication as a society.” FM 3-0, Introduction The Operational Concept Army forces combine offensive, defensive, and stability or civil support operations simultaneously as part of an interdependent Joint force to seize, retain, and exploit the initiative to achieve decisive results. They employ synchronized action – lethal and non-lethal – proportional to the mission, and informed by a thorough understanding of all dimensions of the operational environment

    4. Emerging global trends An Era of Persistent Conflict Persistent Conflict – a condition of protracted confrontation among state, non-state and individual actors that use violence to achieve their political and ideological ends. Resource Demand Failed or Failing States Globalization FROM FIGHTING AROUND THE PEOPLE TO FIGHTING AMONG THE PEOPLE Climate Change & Natural Disasters Population Growth Proliferation of WMD

    5. Changing Technology

    6. Increased Concussions and head injuries

    7. Sandbag delivery

    8. Need video of guys putting truck up right….

    9. Modeling and Simulation in an Era of Persistant Conflict Classification: FOUO/PRE-DECISIONAL

    10. Back Ups