The U.S. Army in Southeast Asia: Near-Term and Long-Term Roles

The U.S. Army in Southeast Asia: Near-Term and Long-Term Roles

The U.S. Army in Southeast Asia: Near-Term and Long-Term Roles

The U.S. Army in Southeast Asia: Near-Term and Long-Term Roles

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The United States has indicated an active intent to recalibrate its foreign policy to the AsiaPacific region as it draws down lengthy troop deployments in Afghanistan and Iraq. This RAND Corporation research report examines the implications of this reorientation for the U.S. Army, focusing on the roles and types of force postures likely to be called for over the near term and out to 2020.

This research was sponsored by the U.S. Army Deputy Chief of Staff G-8, Quadrennial Defense Review Office, and conducted within the RAND Arroyo Center’s Strategy, Doctrine, and Resources Program. RAND Arroyo Center, part of the RAND Corporation, is a federally funded research and development center sponsored by the United States Army.

The Project Unique Identification Code (PUIC) for the project that produced this document is RAN126502.

Questions and comments regarding this study are welcome and should be directed to the author at chalk@rand.org.

For more information on RAND Arroyo Center, see http://www.rand.org/ard.html or contact the Director of Operations (telephone: 310-393-0411, extension 6419; fax: 310-4516952; email: Marcy_Agmon@rand.org).

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