ARFORGENArmy Force Generation (US DoD)
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During the six months between redeployment from OEF to receipt of OAR mission in September 2014, 3/2 CR executed the reset portion of the ARFORGEN cycle to set the conditions for future missions.
The MSEs are FORSCOM entities with direct ties to FORSCOM Headquarters staff during the ARFORGEN process.
The Army is reportedly changing its ARFORGEN cycle away from
* Decisive Point 3-12: Execute functional training supporting ARFORGEN.
ARFORGEN, or Army Force Generation, is the system for organizing troop deployments, based on a rotation model.
* A seamless system of RC dental readiness access (Figure 2) throughout the ARFORGEN cycle at no cost to the RC Soldier.
The ARFORGEN process progressively readies and then cyclically deploys units, he said, and is managed by the mobilization agent for the Army: FORSCOM.
Have you seen any challenges trying to synchronize resources as you look at ARFORGEN [Army Force Generation] and trying to tie that all together?
This is especially difficult when faced with the requirements to support the Army force generation (ARFORGEN) model in the current operating environment.
Recommendation: To maximize the use of existing resources, the Secretary of Defense should direct the Secretary of the Army to finalize the training requirements for smaller reserve-component units that will act as contingency forces under its Army Force Generation (ARFORGEN) model.
Army Force Generation (ARFORGEN) was a key topic in the discussions concerning modular unit readiness at the Association of the United States Army annual meeting and exposition, held 6 to 8 October in Washington, D.C.