Accession Number ADA562429
Title New Guard: A Service-Equivalent Force.
Publication Date Jun 2012
Media Count 86p
Personal Author J. E. Scalf
Abstract This thesis proposes that the National Guard is a service-equivalent force that requires expanded authorities to develop capabilities for its dual- role mission. The paper provides an in-depth analysis of the historical role of the colonial militia and its subsequent evolution into the modern-day National Guard. It examines the debates and issues that underpin the current defense force structure and makes specific recommendations for the future development and role of the National Guard.
Keywords Abrams doctrine
Adaptation
All volunteer
All-volunteer force
American militia
Anti- federalists
Army reserve
Battle of concord
Battle of lexington
Battles
Building partner capacity
Calhoun's expandable army plan
Civil war reconstruction
Civil war(United states)
Coastal batteries
Cold war
Colonial militia
Compulsory service
Constitutional militia
Continental army
Continental plan
Defense act of 1916
Dick act
Domestic guard units
Dual military system
Essential pillar
Evolution(General)
Federalists
History
Homeland security
Jamestown settlement
Joint doctrine
Knox plan
Legislation
Manifest destiny
Military capabilities
Military doctrine
Militia act of 1792
Militia act of 1908
Militia reforms
Minuteman system
Modern national guard
Multi-purpose force structure
Multimission
Multipurpose
National guard
National guard association
National guard bureau
New england army
New england militia
Operational mentor liaison teams
Perpich lawsuit
Posse comitatus act
Post-cold war era
Railroad strike of 1877
Regular army
Reserve equipment account
Revolutionary war(United states)
State partnership program
Strategic reserve
Theses
United states
Volunteer militia
War of 1812
Washington george


 
Source Agency Non Paid ADAS
NTIS Subject Category 92D - Education, Law, & Humanities
74G - Military Operations, Strategy, & Tactics
Corporate Author National Defense Univ., Norfolk, VA. Joint Advanced Warfighting School.
Document Type Thesis
Title Note Master's thesis.
NTIS Issue Number 1225
Contract Number N/A

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