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Unified Command Plan and United States Government

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Please provide some ideas in answering these questions:
1. How does the Unified Command Plan (UCP) help the United States government achieve unity of effort?
2. Given the current and anticipated future operational and fiscal environments should the President revise the UCP?
3. Make a case for or against revision without specifying detailed changes. If a revision is required, is timing right for a major overhaul?

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1.The plan spells out, effectively, the operational instructions, the command set up, and controls of the United States Armed Forces. This helps the military implement and strategize. It places the military in a plan so they can manage organization of the military, training, and resources.

The organizational structure of the military provides the means of command and also the structure for rewards and promotions. Since training is vitally important to the success of the military, it provides guidance for implementing both training and recruiting, making it easier to create and focus on goals. It helps establish skills needed and skills expected. Resource management ...

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