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This compilation of five official Army documents provides a comprehensive overview of DoD plans for modernizing Army military equipment, including the tactical wheeled vehicle strategy. The Army's equipment modernization strategy reflects the need to support the current fight, respond to uncertainties and implement the Army strategy for the force in 2020 all nested with DOD's strategic guidance. This strategy is focused on equipment needed to deter and defeat hybrid threats. We will network the force; replace, improve or transform our combat platforms; and empower, protect, and unburden our Soldiers.

Contents: Part One: Army Modernization Plan 2013; Part Two: Army Modernization Plan 2012; Part Three: Army Equipping Strategy; Part Four: The Army Tactical Wheeled Vehicle Strategy (TWV); Part Five: Army Affordable And Integrated Army Equipment Modernization White Paper

MODERNIZATION PLANS: * Linking Resource Decisions to Army Strategy * Army Fiscal Year 2013 Budget Priorities and Objectives * Equipment Portfolio Overviews * Movement and Maneuver (Soldier) * Mission Command * Intelligence * Movement and Maneuver (Ground) * Movement and Maneuver (Air) * Fires (Indirect) * Protection (Air and Missile Defense) * Force Protection * Sustainment (Transport) * Sustainment * Science and Technology Program * Capability Fielding and Distribution * Conclusion * Acronym Glossary

ARMY EQUIPPING STRATEGY * Introduction * Background * Equipping Agility * Changing Combat Missions * Growth * Best Value Readiness * Changing Processes and Policies * Equipping Strategy * 1. The Army Equipping Strategy Objectives - Ends * 2. The Army Equipping Strategy - Ways * Unit-based Equipping * Equipping to Aim Points * Reset * Train/Ready * Surge and Available Forces * Tailored Equipping * Post-CEF Mission Reset * High Priority Non-Rotational Units * Generating Force * Critical Dual Use Equipment * Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and High-Yield Explosive Requirements * Managing Friction * Army Acquisition Objective (AAO) * Equipping Stewardship * Equipping Sets * Force Feasibility Review (FFR) * Building Enduring Readiness * 3. Achieving the Strategy - Means * Precise Understanding of Demand Signal * 100 Percent Equipment Visibility * Focused Leadership * Commodity-Based Equipping Strategies * Automation Tools * Risk Assessment * Generating Force Risk * Training Risk * Strategic Depth * HLD/DSCA Risk * Conclusion

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