- Active Duty Military Personnel by Service by Region/Country December 31, 2010 [PDF]
- Comparison Of The Value Of Attack And Reconnaissance Capabilities Of Unmanned Aircraft Systems Versus Manned Aircraft For Army Commanders And Intelligence Officers by Joseph D. Sage Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University 2010 -- Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) have revolutionized intelligence, attack and reconnaissance operations on the modern battlefield for the U.S. Army. However, the debate continues as to whether manned or unmanned aircraft can best serve the requirements of commanders and intelligence officers. Although the utilization of UAS is not new, their applications have been refined over the past nine years, during Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom. This research; derived from the viewpoints and experiences of commanders, pilots and intelligence officers, validate that combining the strengths of UAS and manned aircraft can produce an exceptional force multiplying asset that will enable commanders and intelligence officers with an improved ability to make decisions, plan, limit risks and better protect the force while establishing dominance on the battlefield.
- Pizarro, Jose M. Chilean Air Force: Ready for tomorrow's wars? Chile Company Consulting Group 16 December 2010
- Pizarro, Jose M. The Chilean Army quest to understand the Operational Environment. Chile Company Consulting Group 16 December 2010
- Report of the Comprehensive Review of the Issues Associated with a Repeal of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" Released 30 Nov 2010 -- "On March 2, 2010, the Secretary of Defense appointed the two of us to co-chair a working group to undertake a comprehensive review of the impacts of repeal, should it occur, of Section 654 of Title 10 of the United States Code, commonly known as the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" law."
- Support Plan for Implementation - Report of the Comprehensive Review of the Issues Associated with a Repeal of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" Released 30 Nov 2010
- Report on Progress Toward Security and Stability in Afghanistan November 2010 -- "This report to Congress is submitted consistent with section 1230 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2008 (Public Law 110-181), as amended by the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2010 (Public Law 111-84). It includes a description of the comprehensive strategy of the United States for security and stability in Afghanistan. This report is the fourth in a series of reports required every 180 days through fiscal year 2010 and has been prepared in coordination with the Secretary of State, the Director of National Intelligence, the Attorney General, the Administrator of the Drug Enforcement Administration, the Administrator of the United States Agency for International Development, and the Secretary of Agriculture. This assessment complements other reports and information about Afghanistan provided to the Congress; however, it is not intended as a single source of all information about the combined efforts or the future strategy of the United States, its Coalition Partners, or Afghanistan. The information contained in this report is current as of September 30, 2010."
- Fort Hood - Army Internal Review Team: Final Report US. Army 04 Aug 2010, Released 09 Nov 2010
- SIGIR Report to Congress: October 30, 2010 Quarterly Report to the United States Congress 30 Oct 2010
- Securing Britain in an Age of Uncertainty: The Strategic Defence and Security Review UK Ministry of Defence Release 19 Oct 2010 [PDF]. See news article
- Active Duty Military Personnel by Service by Region/Country September 30, 2010 [PDF]
- Base Structure Report: Fiscal Year 2011 Baseline Department of Defense 30 September 2010 [PDF]
- Report of the international fact-finding mission to investigate violations of international law, including international humanitarian and human rights law, resulting from the Israeli attacks on the flotilla of ships carrying humanitarian assistance UN Human Rights Council 22 Sep 2010 [PDF Version]
- Report of Proceedings, Joint Special Operations University (JSOU) and Office of Strategic Services (OSS) Society Symposium, Irregular Warfare and the OSS Model, 2-4 November 2009, Tampa, Florida Joint Special Operations University 2010 [PDF 2.1 MB]
- ANNUAL REPORT TO CONGRESS: Military and Security Developments Involving the People's Republic of China 2010 Released 16 Aug 2010 -- "Over the past 30 years, China has made great progress in its pursuit of economic growth and development, which has allowed China to achieve higher living standards for the Chinese people and has increased China's international profile. These economic achievements, combined with progress in science and technology, have also enabled China to embark on a comprehensive transformation of its military. The pace and scope of China's military modernization have increased over the past decade, enabling China's armed forces to develop capabilities to contribute to the delivery of international public goods, as well as increase China's options for using military force to gain diplomatic advantage or resolve disputes in its favor."
- SIGIR Report to Congress: July 30, 2010 Quarterly and Semiannual Report to Congress 30 Jul 2010
- The QDR in Perspective: Meeting America's National Security Needs in the 21st Century Quadrennial Defense Review Independent Panel 29 Jul 2010 -- "Congress has required by law that every four years the Department of Defense conduct what would outside of government simply be called a "strategic review" of its existing plans and programs. The Department calls this process the "Quadrennial Defense Review" or the "QDR" for short. (...) Congress constituted our Independent Panel to review the QDR, assess the long term threats facing America, and produce recommendations regarding the capabilities which will be necessary to meet those threats. We have deliberated for over five months, in the process reviewing a mass of documents (both classified and unclassified), interviewing dozens of witnesses from the Department, and consulting a number of outside experts."
- Reducing Overhead and Improving Business Operations Initial Observations, Overhead Task Group, Defense Business Board, US Department of Defense, 22 July 2010 [1.2 MB PDF]
- Army Inspectorate Review into the Implementation of Policy, Training and Conduct of Detainee Handling Army Inspectorate, British Army 15 July 2010
- Alexnader, John B. JSOU Report 10-6, Convergence: Special Operations Forces and Civilian Law Enforcement Joint Special Operations University July 2010 [PDF 4 MB]
- Active Duty Military Personnel by Service by Region/Country June 30, 2010 [PDF]
- SIGAR Audit-10-11 Security/ANSF Capabilty Ratings: Actions Needed to Improve the Reliability of Afghan Security Force Assessments, Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction, 29 June 2010 [PDF]
- Operation 'Sea Breeze' - Legal Aspects June 2010
- Love, James B. JSOU Report 10-5, Hezbollah: Social Services as a Source of Power Joint Special Operations University June 2010 [PDF 4 MB]
- One Year After : Gaza Early Recovery and Reconstruction Needs Assessment, United Nations Development Programme / Programme of Assistance to the Palestinian People, May 2010 [PDF]
- IMPEDING ASSISTANCE: CHALLENGES TO MEETING THE HUMANITARIAN NEEDS OF PALESTINIANS, UNITED NATIONS Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs occupied Palestinian territory, 27 May 2010 [PDF]
- Investigation Result on the Sinking of ROKS "Cheonan" Joint Civilian-Military Investigation Group 20 May 2010 -- "The evidence points overwhelmingly to the conclusion that the torpedo was fired by a North Korean submarine. There is no other plausible explanation."
- JSOU Report 10-4, 2010 JSOU and NDIA SO/LIC Division Essays Joint Special Operations University May 2010 [PDF 3 MB]
- SIGIR Report to Congress: April 30, 2010 Quarterly Report to the United States Congress 30 Apr 2010
- Report on Progress Toward Security and Stability in Afghanistan & United States Plan for Sustaining the Afghanistan National Security Forces April 2010 -- Part One (Progress Toward Security and Stability in Afghanistan) is a historical document that covers progress toward security and stability in Afghanistan from October 1, 2009 to March 31, 2010. Part Two (United States Plan for Sustaining the Afghanistan National Security Forces) is a historical document that covers the United States Plan for Sustaining the Afghanistan National Security Forces from April 28, 2009 to March 31, 2010.
- Henriksen, Thomas H. JSOU Report 10-3, Afghanistan, Counterinsurgency, and the Indirect Approach Joint Special Operations University April 2010 [PDF 1.7 MB]
- Report of Proceedings, 5th Annual Sovereign Challenge Conference, Regional Issues-Global Implications, 8-11 March 2010, Key West, Florida Joint Special Operations University 2010 [PDF 2.3 MB]
- Turbiville, Graham H, Jr. JSOU Report 10-2, U.S. Military Engagement with Mexico: Uneasy Past and Challenging Future Joint Special Operations University March 2010 [PDF 4 MB]
- Active Duty Military Personnel by Service by Region/Country March 31, 2010 [PDF]
- The Military Doctrine of the Russian Federation approved by Russian Federation presidential edict on 5 February 2010
- SIGIR Report to Congress: January 30, 2010 Quarterly Report and Semiannual Report to Congress 30 Jan 2010
- Report No. D-2010-039: Recapitalization and Acquisition of Light Tactical Wheeled Vehicles Department of Defense Office of Inspector General 29 January 2010 [PDF]
- Taiwan Air Defense Assessment Defense Intelligence Agency 21 Jan 2010 -- "The paper responds to OSD's request for information on the status of Taiwan's Air Defenses in preparation for a response to Congress"
- Celeski, Joseph D. JSOU Report 10-1, Hunter-Killer Teams: Attacking Enemy Safe Havens Joint Special Operations University January 2010 [PDF 4 MB]
- Army Health Promotion, Risk Reduction, Suicide Prevention Report Headquarters, Department of the Army 2010 [PDF]
- USSOCOM Research Topics 2010 Joint Special Operations University 2010 [PDF 2.1 MB]
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