Afghanistan Security by Lawrence B. Peabody

By Lawrence B. Peabody

;Afghanistan protection КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Автор: Lawrence B. PeabodyНазвание:Afghanistan safety Издательство:Nova technological know-how Publishers Год: 2009 Формат: pdf,rar+3% Размер: 4,0 MB Язык: английскийСтраниц: 256.com zero

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39] Moreover, a knowledgeable CSTC-A official stated that additional civilian mentors would not help to address the shortfall in military mentors because they could not be deployed to the field without military mentors to provide protection. S. military personnel elsewhere, particularly Iraq. While the United States and the EU have taken steps to provide additional police mentors, the extent to which these efforts will address current shortfalls is unclear. [40] However, this temporary deployment will neither fully nor permanently alleviate the underlying shortage of military mentors for the ANP, which stood at over 1,600 as of April 2008.

State appreciated GAO’s views on how to improve efforts to develop the ANSF, which it considers critical to long-term sustainable success in Afghanistan. State expressed concerns about conditioning future appropriations on the completion of a detailed plan. In addition, State highlighted ongoing coordination efforts with Defense as well as certain other operational changes, many of which occurred after the completion of our fieldwork in August 2007. For example, while we note that civilian mentors are not accompanying military mentors into districts that are considered unsafe, State notes in its comments that civilian police mentors are now deployed with their military counterparts to all ongoing Focused District Development districts and that all efforts are made to enable the deployment of civilian police in support of the program.

Officials estimate this mission could exceed a decade, additional clarity on the estimated length of time and amount of money needed to complete this mission, and the potential for Afghan financial contributions, could assist in conducting oversight of the program. 44 GAO 4. Defense states that the 5-page document received by GAO was a longer articulation of a plan approved by State. However, although Defense and State are partners in training the ANP, the fact remains State did not participate in the development of the 5-page document Defense provided to GAO, nor has State developed a plan of its own.

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