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Department of Defense

Deployment Gear Shift

Far too many military members are sent on deployments with inadequate gear. Far too many people volunteer to be deployment managers and have NO experience with the equipment they order or even know how to use it. The programs need people who are familiar with current needs, know the good/bad of the gear and are ordering the best equipment at the lowest price. We have troops being sent overseas with old m16 magazines that... more »

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Deployed equipment packages

When maintenance units deploy to a location, their tools,testers,parts and servicing equipment are often packed up and deployed with them. But when it's time to replace that unit in the field, another unit packs up all of their items and deploys to replace the first unit. I don't understand why we couldn't leave the essential equipment here in the area of responsibility and just ship people and planes. I'm sure this... more »

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Department of Defense

Consolidate AF Inspections

Consolidate AF inspections (UCI, LCAP, ORI, MCCI) into 1 inspection and have 1-POC for the inspections. Also, many inspections (ORIs) are obsolete (cold war era thinking). These serve no purpose other than to have MAJCOMs and Wing Commanders get a "warm-fuzzy" that their folks could survive if a ficticious cold war were to happen.

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Department of Homeland Security

Type 2 and Type 3 Disasters: EUSP and ADR Advisor telecommute

On smaller, more "routine" Federally-declared disasters, the Equal Rights Specialist (EUSP) and ADR Advisor positions could be managed from their respective Headquarters' offices. These positions are often faced with little to do when deployed to a Joint Field Office (JFO). They receive per diem, pay, as well as lodging and rental car reimbursement when deployed. On smaller disasters, the work could be handled from Headquarters.... more »

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Step Up UnmannedVehicle Tech to Minimize # of HumanCasualties

Increase R&D and deployment of Unmanned Vehicles (airborne, aircraft, seacraft, landcraft, any terrain) and remote-controlled mechanisms so as to minimize human deployment and to decrease the number of human casualties.

Decreasing the number of humans deployed will keep military family cohesion intact, improve military family happiness, and thereby increase military morale.

Decreasing the number of human casualties... more »

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