By Siva Kumari
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46 - plans. There also is no HQDA or strategic guidance regarding common needs and potential synergies across installations. The Army should develop strategic guidance for installation sustainability planning to ensure that it comprehensively addresses installation sustainability issues, including synergies across multiple installations and long-term quality-of-life and master planning issues. - 47 - 5. Data Collection and Metrics To measure how well the Army’s current and projected infrastructure will meet emerging and future strategic needs, the Army may need to develop new data collection capabilities and metrics.
Some installations integrate their installation sustainability plan with their installation strategic plan. - 32 - by addressing economic, environmental, and social issues. The concept recognizes that these issues are interdependent and integrated. , social), and environmental issues. Then the team identifies tasks needed to achieve the vision and goals and works on implementing them. So far, most installation sustainability plans have focused mainly on environmental issues and are not addressing quality-of-life or master planning issues as thoroughly.
These links provide units ready access to knowledge and training opportunities that help them to sustain operational readiness wherever they are stationed or deployed. The usefulness of Live-Virtual-Constructive training capabilities becomes especially clear when considering the increasing importance of home station training. Here, home station refers to installations, Army National Guard armories, and Reserve centers. The - 19 - “reset/train-ready-available” operational cycle envisioned by ARFORGEN means that forces will likely be unable to train at combat training centers prior to deployment.
Adopting Information Technologies for Instructional Environments by Siva Kumari