By Jennifer D.P. Moroney
Restricted assets, entry, and incomplete wisdom of guns of mass destruction (WMD) threats create a necessity for operating with acceptable companion nations world wide to handle those tough threats. This monograph outlines after which applies a four-step strategy for constructing neighborhood techniques to construction associate skill (BPC) to wrestle WMD.
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14 Building Partner Capacity to Combat Weapons of Mass Destruction Moreover, some existing programs that traditionally did not have a WMD focus have also sought to incorporate combating WMD objectives into their activities. S. S. Army Corps of Engineers. These programs each have their own rules that govern their use of funds. , some allow for the provision of training and equipment, while others do not. , as in the case of Iraq and Afghanistan BPC eﬀorts). For example, for most DoD programs (with the exception of the DTRA ICP program), training the land or maritime border guards, customs oﬃcials, or other paramilitary police oﬃcials is prohibited.
Working with Potential Partners Chapter Three showed how potential BPC partners can be identiﬁed by examining their relevance to a speciﬁc WMD threat. S. relationship with the partners and their willingness and capacity to work with the United States in the context of combating WMD. Planners would then use this understanding in step two of the process as a way to identify potential roles for partners. , 2007; and Moroney, Grissom, and Marquis, 2007). In general these assumptions suggest that it is important to understand potential partners’ cur- 39 40 Building Partner Capacity to Combat Weapons of Mass Destruction rent capacity to address the threat and their willingness to work with the United States to build their capacity.
When asked to rank order the capabilities in terms of importance, the workshop experts consistently put maritime patrol craft and trained maritime border guards, along with equipment capable of detecting radioactive sources, at the top of the list. S. S. Southern Command [SOUTHCOM]). We also invited oﬃcials from OSD, the Joint Staﬀ, DOE, the Department of State (DOS), National Defense University, and DTRA to participate. Many of the invitees had participated in focused discussions with the study team concerning BPC activities and programs either overseen or conducted by their organizations.