antabanta posted:GTAngler posted:antabanta posted:GTAngler posted:Ray posted:
yall still going at it
Not anymore. All jokes aside, Anta seems to be an intelligent chap but his dogmatic attitude precludes him from rational thinking.
Really? I reported to you and explained the structure of an organization based on my personal experience as an active member of that organization. It's not my belief. It's what is or was. That has noting to do with dogma.
You erred in arguing that the GPM should be separate from the GDF based on your knowledge of the US military and when I'm about to nail your hide by proving that you're not as knowledgeable of the US or any military as you think, and that the reserve in the US military is quite distinct and separate from the regular forces, you pull a little weasling stunt to escape. At least have the guts to admit you made a mistake.
Also.... tell your chicken-shit friend Yuji to come and make another chicken-shit comment.
You aren't capable also Yuji and I don't exactly see eye to eye but I am sure you are more chicken shit than he is. Revel in your dogmatic (I said it again) ignorance.
One last thing.....read below. Pay close attention to the highlighted part.
"Much of America's Army's capacity is resident in the Reserve Components, and we must rely more heavily on them to meet the demands of a complex global environment," Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army, Gen. Mark Milley said today in an Army press release. "The Associated Units pilot allows us to leverage the capabilities and capacities of the active component, Army Reserve and the Army National Guard as one Army."
The first of these unit associations will occur in Georgia. The 1st Battalion, 28th Infantry Regiment, an active-Army infantry battalion stationed on Fort Benning will be associated with the 48th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, a Georgia Army National Guard unit.
The 48th Infantry Brigade, meanwhile, will also be associated with the active component's 3rd Infantry Division, stationed on Fort Stewart, Georgia.
"The soldiers of Task Force 1-28 and the soldiers of the Georgia Army National Guard's 48th Infantry Brigade will wear the patch of the 3rd Infantry Division," Lt. Gen. Timothy J. Kadavy, Director of the Army National Guard said.
"This brigade will train and, if called to do so, deploy and fight with the 3rd Infantry Division as an Associated Unit. These units will develop relationships and standards in home station so they may fight together in combat without having to meet on the battlefield and figure these things out."
It's good of you to try to learn but you neglected to read enough. The Associated Units is a pilot program started in 2016 and meant to last for three years. We are yet to see the results. And you have the gall to call me an idiot? sthuups.
Easy with the sthuups before you swallow your dentures. The point is, the most powerful military force in the world sees the merit of having reserve and regular units train together during peace time to ensure improve unit cohesion and combat readiness but you think otherwise. You'd need a couple of promotions to be an idiot. I see you took your own advice on Googling.