current force

current force

The force that exists today. The current force represents actual force structure and/or manning available to meet present contingencies. It is the basis for operations and contingency plans and orders. See also force; Intermediate Force Planning Level; Programmed Forces.
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Chief Constable Mike Tonge of Gwent Police said: 'It would be wrong to speculate on the report until we know what view the Government has on the options for future service improvement.' CURRENT FORCE SIZES IN WALES: South Wales, 3,316 officers Dyfed-Powys, 1,183 Gwent, 1,438 North Wales, 1,676 The report states: Forces with more than 4,000 officers tended to perform better.
The Navy is gearing up to defend its current force structure--built around 12 aircraft: carriers--in the 2005 Quadrennial Defense Review, about to get under way at the Pentagon.
In a time of transformation, Army installations must be able to support the capabilities of the Current Force, the emerging Stryker Force, and the future Objective Force.
The new structure will replace the current force protection brigades.
AMERICA, the current force in golf, has sent their weakest side ever to compete in the last Alfred Dunhill Cup, starting at St.
The organization of the Army's tactical network operations environment has created a gap between Current Force and Future Force management needs for the tactical network and its NetOps.
He expects the APS sub-system components to begin current force integration and qualification by the end of 2008.
The Navy is gearing up to defend its current force structure--built around 12 aircraft carriers--in the 2005 Quadrennial Defense Review, about to get under way at the Pentagon.
Presently, the Current Force Network IPT is examining how to remove some of those redundancies among the systems which exist on the Joint Network Node-Network.
And Mrs Taylor said: "There is a clear belief that Cleveland's current force size prevents them from providing the most effective police force possible."