- Report to Congress on Gravesite Accountability Study Findings Arlington National Cemetery Gravesite Accountability Task Force 22 Dec 2011
- The Court Today International Criminal Court 20 Dec 2011
- Army Sustainability Report 2010 Released 21 Dec 2011
- 2011 REPORT TO CONGRESS of the U.S.-CHINA ECONOMIC AND SECURITY REVIEW COMMISSION U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission November 2011 [PDF]
- Report to Congress on U.S.-India Security Cooperation - November 2011 DoD Nov 2011
- The Concerns of Women Currently Serving in the Afghanistan Theater of Operations Women's Health Assessment Team, Health Service Support Assessment Team, ISAF Joint Command 10 October 2011 [PDF]
- Report on Progress Toward Security and Stability in Afghanistan October 2011 -- "Since the last Report on Progress Toward Security and Stability in Afghanistan was released in April 2011, the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) and its Afghan partners have made important security gains, reversing violence trends in much of the country (except along the border with Pakistan), and beginning transition to Afghan security lead in seven areas."
- Treatment of Conflict-Related Detainees in Afghan Custody United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan / UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights October 2011
- Active Duty Military Personnel by Service by Region/Country September 30, 2011 [PDF]
- Report to Congress on Implementation of Army Directive on Army National Cemeteries Program Department of the Army 18 September 2011 [PDF]
- Department of the Army Inspector General Inspection of the Army National Cemeteries Program and Arlington National Cemetery Department of the Army Inspector General Released 16 September 2011 [PDF] -- "From 2 May to 5 August 2011, the Department of the Army Inspector General (DAIG) conducted a re-inspection of the Army National Cemeteries Program (ANCP) and Arlington National Cemetery (ANC). The re-inspection and this report served to assess and document compliance with, and the implementation and effect of, the approved recommendations of the DAIG's inspection report conducted on 9 June 2010. With a view to enabling the Secretary of the Army's report to Congress, as mandated by Public Law 111-339, dated 22 December 2010, the report also reflects findings and recommendations regarding the implementation of Army Directive (AD) 2010-04, dated 10 June 2010, and the review of ANC practices to provide information, outreach and support to families of individuals buried at ANC regarding procedures to detect and correct burial errors. The inspection team identified 31 observations, 2 other matters and made 53 recommendations."
- Transforming Wartime Contracting: Controlling costs, reducing risks Commission on Wartime Contracting in Iraq and Afghanistan Released 31 Aug 2011 -- "At least $31 billion, and possibly as much as $60 billion, has been lost to contract waste and fraud in America’s contingency operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. Much more will turn into waste as attention to continuing operations wanes, as U.S. support for projects and programs in Iraq and Afghanistan declines, and as those efforts are revealed as unsustainable."
- ANNUAL REPORT TO CONGRESS: Military and Security Developments Involving the People's Republic of China 2011 Released 24 Aug 2011 -- "China's rise as a major international actor is likely to stand out as a defining feature of the strategic landscape of the early 21st century. Sustained economic development has raised the standard of living for China's citizens and elevated China's international profile. This development, coupled with an expanding science and technology base, has also facilitated a comprehensive and ongoing military modernization program. The United States welcomes a strong, prosperous, and successful China that reinforces international rules and norms and enhances security and peace both regionally and globally."
- HUMANITARIAN OPERATION - FACTUAL ANALYSIS (JULY 2006 – MAY 2009) Sri Lanka MoD Released 01 Aug 2011 -- "The Government of Sri Lanka made every effort to protect civilians in the conflict zone through the creation of Safe Corridors and No Fire Zones, and by adhering to a “Zero Civilian casualty” policy that had been conveyed to all troops through repeated training and operational orders. Sri Lanka also took a proactive and extensive role in delivering humanitarian assistance to these civilians before, during and after the fighting. Despite the clear intent of the Government of Sri Lanka and the numerous precautions taken, it was impossible in a battle of this magnitude, against a ruthless opponent actively endangering civilians, for civilian casualties to be avoided."
- Combined Forces Air Component Commander 2008-2011 Airpower Statistics as of 31 July 2011 USAFCENT Public Affairs Directorate 03 August 2011 [PDF]
- SIGIR Report to Congress: July 30, 2011 Quarterly and Semiannual Report to Congress 30 Jul 2011
- U.S. Military Hostile Casualties In Support Of Operations Iraqi Freedom And New Dawn US Department of Defense As of July 15, 2011 [Format: XLS]
- Combined Forces Air Component Commander 2008-2011 Airpower Statistics as of 30 June 2011 USAFCENT Public Affairs Directorate 04 July 2011 [PDF]
- Report of the Secretary-General’s Panel of Inquiry on the 31 May 2010 Flotilla Incident UN Secretary-General’s Panel of Inquiry on the 31 May 2010 Flotilla Incident July 2011 -- "On 31 May 2010 at 4.26 a.m. a flotilla of six vessels was boarded and taken over by Israeli Defense Forces 72 nautical miles from land. The vessels were carrying people and humanitarian supplies. The flotilla had been directed to change course by the Israeli forces who stated that the coast of Gaza was under a naval blockade. Nine passengers lost their lives and many others were wounded as a result of the use of force during the take-over operation by Israeli forces."
- Active Duty Military Personnel by Service by Region/Country June 30, 2011 [PDF]
- Defence Reform: An independent report into the structure and management of the Ministry of Defence Defence Reform Steering Group Jun 2011
- Energy for the Warfighter: Operational Energy Strategy US Department of Defense Released 14 Jun 2011 -- For the first time, the Department of Defense (DoD) is publishing a strategy to transform the way the Department consumes energy in military operations, consistent with 10 U.S.C. § 138c. (...) The DoD Operational Energy Strategy sets the overall direction for operational energy security for the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), Combatant Commands, Defense Agencies, and Military Departments/Services (hereinafter "DoD Components").
- Combined Forces Air Component Commander 2008-2011 Airpower Statistics as of 31 May 2011 USAFCENT Public Affairs Directorate 03 June 2011 [PDF]
- Combined Forces Air Component Commander 2008-2011 Airpower Statistics as of 30 April 2011 USAFCENT Public Affairs Directorate 03 May 2011 [PDF]
- SIGIR Report to Congress: April 30, 2011 Quarterly Report to the United States Congress 30 Apr 2011
- Report on Progress Toward Security and Stability in Afghanistan and United States Plan for Sustaining the Afghan National Security Forces April 2011 -- "Since the last Report on Progress Toward Security and Stability in Afghanistan, International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) and its Afghan partners have made tangible progress, arresting the insurgents' momentum in much of the country and reversing it in a number of important areas. The coalition's efforts have wrested major safe havens from the insurgents’ control, disrupted their leadership networks, and removed many of the weapons caches and tactical supplies they left behind at the end of the previous fighting season."
- Combined Forces Air Component Commander 2008-2011 Airpower Statistics as of 31 March 2011 USAFCENT Public Affairs Directorate April 2011 [PDF]
- Active Duty Military Personnel by Service by Region/Country March 31, 2011 [PDF]
- China's National Defense in 2010. Information Office of the State Council Of the People's Republic of China, March 2011
- SC/10200, Security Council Approves 'No-Fly Zone' over Libya, Authorizing 'All Necessary Measures' to Protect Civilians, by Vote of 10 in Favour with 5 Abstentions. United Nations Security Council 17 March 2011 -- "Adopting resolution 1973 (2011) by a vote of 10 in favour to none against, with 5 abstentions (Brazil, China, Germany, India, Russian Federation), the Council authorized Member States, acting nationally or through regional organizations or arrangements, to take all necessary measures to protect civilians under threat of attack in the country, including Benghazi, while excluding a foreign occupation force of any form on any part of Libyan territory - requesting them to immediately inform the Secretary-General of such measures."
- Combined Forces Air Component Commander 2008-2011 Airpower Statistics as of 28 February 2011 USAFCENT Public Affairs Directorate March 2011 [PDF]
- A Ticking Time Bomb: Counterterrorism Lessons from the US Government's Failure to Prevent the Fort Hood Attack U.S. Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Feb 2011 -- On November 5, 2009, a lone attacker strode into the deployment center at Fort Hood, Texas. Moments later, 13 Department of Defense (DoD) employees were dead and another 32 were wounded in the worst terrorist attack on U.S. soil since September 11, 2001.
- Combined Forces Air Component Commander 2008-2011 Airpower Statistics as of 31 January 2011 USAFCENT Public Affairs Directorate February 2011 [PDF]
- SIGIR Report to Congress: January 30, 2011 Quarterly Report and Semiannual Report to Congress 30 Jan 2011
- The 2011 Army Tactical Wheeled Vehicle Strategy US Army Jan 2011 -- The Under Secretary of the Army and the Chief of Staff of the Army have approved the following Army 2010 Tactical Wheeled Vehicle (TWV) Strategy. This strategy charts our way ahead to manage the modernization and sustainment of the Army wheeled vehicle fleets. It is an affordable plan to achieve and sustain the capabilities the Army will need for the next 30 years.
- Report of the Public Commission To Examine the Maritime Incident of 31 May 2010 - Part One The Turkel Commission January 2011 -- The first part of the report, which is being submitted now, examines the legality of the naval blockade imposed on the Gaza Strip and the legality of the actions carried out by the IDF in order to enforce the naval blockade and in accordance with the rules of international law. The actions and identities of the organizers and participants of the flotilla are also examined. In an additional part of the report, which will be submitted at a later date, the Commission shall address the question that was presented in paragraph 5 of the Government resolution of June 14, 2010, namely whether the investigation and inquiry mechanism that is practiced in Israel in general, and as applied with regard to the current incident, is consistent with the duties of the State of Israel pursuant to the rules of international law. Moreover, in that part of the report we shall also consider additional questions that arose in the course of the Commission's work, including questions that have importance from a domestic Israeli perspective.
- Chilean Army: Really modernizing? By Pizarro, Jose M. Chile Company Consulting Group 01 January 2011
- The Chilean Army and the Need for a New Urban Warfare Doctrine for 2012. By Pizarro, Jose M. Chile Company Consulting Group 01 January 2011
- Chilean Naval Aviation Upgrade: A pressing operational need? By Pizarro, Jose M. Chile Company Consulting Group 01 January 2011
- Combined Forces Air Component Commander 2007-2010 Airpower Statistics as of 31 December 2010 USAFCENT Public Affairs Directorate January 2011 [PDF]
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