2 Organization Is how the fight is organized For example different divisions

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2. Organization: Is how the fight is organized. For example, different divisions, air wings, etc. 3. Training: Relates to how the military branches prepares to fight on a tactical level. This could include basic training up to advances individual training such as Desert Warfare at 29 Palms or Cold Weather Training in Bridgeport, CA. 4. Material: All the necessary equipment needed that does not require new developmental efforts such as weapons. 5. Leadership and Education: This area is how our military prepares their leaders to lead the fight. Leadership and education can include a squad leader up to a 4-star General. 6. Personnel: The availability of qualified people for not only wartime but also garrison. 7. Facilities: Includes military installations and other government owned facilities. 8. Policy: Department of Defense or international policies that would impact the other aforementioned non-material elements. (“DOTmLPF-P Analysis”, 2005). Some of the key roles of the PM are to serve as a material developer, plan and manage acquisition programs, prepare and submit timely reports, reduce program risks, and to develop and gain support for programs (Funkhouser, n.d.). There other roles that the PM serves in as well. Some challenges that a PM would face would be budget cuts, time limitations, change in command, and dealing with DoD vendors and competition; which leads to self-interest.
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