First, Odierno explained, the Army is looking to regionally align forces to meet combatant commander requirements, through an adapted Army Force Generation model.
What does FORCEGEN stand for?
FORCEGEN stands for Force Generation Model
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It's expected fielding of the ECH will happen this fall and will align with the Army's Force Generation Model, though Cole said he hopes to accelerate fielding.
In addition to the Army Game Plan and its imperatives, they closely examine the Army Force Generation Model and expend considerable effort in describing Army Knowledge Management Efforts, including the Battle Command Knowledge System, which integrates structured professional forums, knowledge nets, and action teams.
The five USF phases are: 1) Planning for fielding and engineering 2) Fielding execution 3) Supporting while deploying 4) Supporting while deployed 5) Resetting to headquarters The implementation of the Army Force Generation model provides a structured progression of increased unit readiness over time resulting in recurring periods of availability of trained, ready, and cohesive units.
This will revise leader development programs for the 21 st century, synchronize programs with the Army Force Generation Model (known as ARFORGEN), and ensure policies and procedures are in place to support the recommendations of accelerating the development of leaders.
We will do this by exporting our training in support of the Army Force Generation Model.
Meeting these goals requires the Army to continue its conversion to a modular force, create the ability to sustain a force that is more joint and expeditionary, insert promising technologies, implement DOD's Quadrennial Defense Review [see next article], develop leaders and Soldiers who are multi-skilled "pentathletes," modernize force-protection systems, execute the Army Campaign Plan and the Army Force Generation Model, and improve the Army's strategic footprint through the Integrated Global Presence and Basing Strategy (IGPBS) and the Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) process.