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Haig Jr. Supreme Allied Commander, Europe 18 July 1977 First, there’s still great reluctance to load up ammo. In my mind nothing short of having it all loaded again will suffice. You know a little of the trouble I had with George. In V Corps the tank ammo is loaded. That’s all I could get done in the time I had. The program needs constant, relentless pressure. If you don’t watch them, they’ll manipulate the numbers to show they can meet the deployment times without loading up. It just isn’t true!
This is a direct result of nearly ten years of virtual unilateral disarmament by the US on the one hand and accelerated armament by the Sovs on the other hand. While one might argue the details of the growing imbalance, we must acknowledge, at least to ourselves, that there is one. Rhetoric to the contrary is so much political nonsense anymore. As perceived by the Sovs and many of our allies as well, there is considerable uncertainty about US resolve and ability to organize and apply effective assortments of national means to the pursuit of clearly defined national goals.
We might find that, given 48 hours, the Sovs do not have the capabilities to do much to our POMCUS. b. But if you find that an unacceptable level of POMCUS is affected, that tells us we have a requirement to change our way of doing business with POMCUS. c. One thing we might consider is the use of more but smaller POMCUS locations (brigade-size POMCUS sites dispersed over greater distances). In this configuration more sites might survive. We also might have to change our plans for what we do in the first 48 hours—for example, a plan for rapid dispersal.
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