Assessing the Values of U.S. Army International Activities by Jefferson P. Marquis, Richard E. Darilek, Jasen J. Castillo,

By Jefferson P. Marquis, Richard E. Darilek, Jasen J. Castillo, Cathryn Quantic Thurston, Anny Wong

This file provides a framework for assessing U.S. military overseas actions (AIA). It additionally offers a matrix of 8 AIA ends, derived from top-level nationwide and military suggestions, and 8 AIA methods, which summarize a number of the services inherent in AIA courses. moreover, the record describes the recent on-line AIA wisdom Sharing process (AIAKSS) that's getting used to solicit programmatic and review information from AIA officers within the Army's significant instructions.

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Key characteristics of these activities include a focus on reciprocity between the United States and another country, familiarization versus formalized training/education, or time spent in-country. , British, and German reserve officers in-country experience, by providing a taste of everyday life in the host nation and through briefings and discussions on NATO issues. S. and foreign military leaders and subject matter experts. AIA forums focus on the exchange of ideas and are usually well established and multinational in character.

And foreign military officers or civilians through classroom or field instruction. One or more of the following distinguishes most of these activities: a standardized curriculum, an academic focus, or an academic setting. For example, the IMET program provides training to military officers from allied and friendly nations. The objective of the program is to increase regional stability through effective, mutually beneficial military-to-military relationships that lead to increased defense cooperation between the United States and foreign countries.

Measuring the Performance of Government Programs 15 them to specific security cooperation activities in countries within the respective theaters. Most Combatant Commands actively collect data on security cooperation events and activities in their region in an effort to provide a single integrated operating picture for security cooperation planning and management within their region. Each regional command operates its own database, which is tailored to support its particular needs. Data are collected and stored in the Theater Engagement Plan Management Information System (TEPMIS) in EUCOM; PACOM and SOUTHCOM call their data system the Theater Security Cooperation Management Information System (TSCMIS).

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