Should limited war be programmed separately
Richards, Ralph J.
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This thesis examines the 'Five Year Program' as it pertains to the Army and determines what would be involved in establishing a separate program for financing limited war. The budgeting process is analyzed and the five major appropriations which finance the active Army are discussed. Courses of action which should lead to an improved capability for financing limited war are suggested. This thesis concludes by stating that a separate program should not be established for limited war and that whenever it is necessary to focus attention on limited war requirements, this objective can be achieved by specifically identifying pertinent activities within the current spectrum of 'The Five Year Force Structure and Financial Program.'
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