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305 GT Air Force Case Neg

305 GT Air Force Case Neg - DDI GT `08 Ciborowski Resar 1...

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DDI- GT ‘08 1 Ciborowski Resar Air Force Neg Index Index ......................................................................................................................................................................... 1 CP 1NC ..................................................................................................................................................................... 1 Private Sector solvency ............................................................................................................................................. 3 End Strength Solves Readiness .................................................................................................................................. 4 End Strength Solves Readiness ................................................................................................................................. 5 Troops solve North Korea ......................................................................................................................................... 6 Asian stability Turn ................................................................................................................................................... 8 Increasing Army end strength is vital to sustaining joint training and democracy consolidation with Central Asia . 8 Troops better than Air planes ................................................................................................................................... 10 Troops Solve better ................................................................................................................................................. 11 Troops solve preeminence ....................................................................................................................................... 12 Troops solve civil wars (DA’s) ................................................................................................................................ 13 1NC Pakistan Turn .................................................................................................................................................. 14 Pakistan Turn EXT .................................................................................................................................................. 15 1NC Civilian Casualties Turn .................................................................................................................................. 16 Civilian Casualties EXT .......................................................................................................................................... 17 Civilian Casualties EXT .......................................................................................................................................... 18 Civilian Casualties EXT .......................................................................................................................................... 19 1NC Afghanistan Turn ............................................................................................................................................ 20 AT: Dunlap ............................................................................................................................................................. 23 2NC Airplanes T/O with troops ............................................................................................................................... 24 2NC Budget T/O ..................................................................................................................................................... 25 2NC Budget T/O ..................................................................................................................................................... 26 Air lines Defense Frontline ...................................................................................................................................... 27 Air Power Frontline ................................................................................................................................................. 28 CMR Section ........................................................................................................................................................... 31 CP 1NC Text: The United States congress should raise the military end strength by one hundred thousand and give monetary incentives to troops for retention and recruitment and it should substantially increase monetary incentives to develop algal biofuel compatible with
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DDI- GT ‘08 2 Ciborowski Resar Air Force Neg current commercial aircraft and provide synthetic jet fuel consisting of a blend of traditional jet fuel and algal biofuel to U.S. commercial airlines. 1. Raising the End Strength is crucial to relieving collapsing readiness and solve power projection Kagan 2006 (Frederick, resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, "We Can Put More Forces in Iraq . . .And They Would Make a Difference", The Weekly Standard, http://aei.org/publications/filter.all,pubID.25189/pub_detail.asp) [Ciborowski] The problem of sustaining the surge deployment is also real, but there is a solution. Almost every major defense analyst, many retired generals , congressmen, senators, and even the New York Times now believe the size of the U.S. military--especially ground forces-- should be expanded. Recruiting and training more volunteers and forming them into units will take time. But if we started right now, we could have new soldiers coming on line within a year, with more on the way behind them. Simply starting the process of expanding the force would go a long way to addressing the basic issue eating at the morale of the ground forces today : the sense that no help is on the way. Combining the promise of relief from repeated deployments with clear efforts to win in Iraq might well offset soldiers' frustrations with extended tours and reduced time home. There are, indeed, certain mysteries about why the military is having such a hard time managing the current deployment anyway. A force of 15 combat brigades requires, in principle, a base of 45 brigades to sustain a one-year-in-three deployment cycle. The Army is now using a one-in-two cycle, which should require only 30 combat brigades. Going up to a 25-brigade deployment should require a base of only 50 or 75 deployable brigades, depending on the frequency of deployment. Even counting the ground forces elements in Afghanistan, the necessary base shouldn't climb higher than 60 or 80 brigades at the most. There are more than 50 brigades in the active Army and Marines right now, not
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