By J. M. Bruce
Airco DH9 КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Издательство: Albatros Productions Ltd.Серия: Windsock DataFile 72Автор(ы): J.M. BruceЯзык: EnglishГод издания: 1998Количество страниц: 44ISBN: 1-902207-05-XФормат: pdf (300 dpi) 2480x3504 HQРазмер: 59.1 mb RapidIfolder eighty five
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These parliamentary inquiries during the 1980s were concerned less with the matching of defence estate size to military needs, and more with the efficiency of the management of these lands and the administration of disposals. For example, a National Audit Office (1987) report on the control and management of the defence estate examined the effectiveness of the organizational structure for defence estate management, the means for controlling the size of the estate and for ensuring the cost-effectiveness of expenditure on it, the adequacy of management information systems and the management of service housing.
We are not impressed by MoD’s argument for a piecemeal approach to developing a strategy for the Estate as a whole’, the report concluded, and urged strategic planning and establishment of central function within MoD to make progress towards rationalization. The Committee were also dissatisfied with the pace of disposal of surplus land and buildings. The MoD had argued that the redeployment of functions to different sites in the name of rationalization was viewed as a rare and long-term action because of the cost.
Contrast this with the US Army’s Yuma Proving Ground in Arizona, USA, where a vast 1,300 sq. mi. of the Sororan desert is home to 1,700 workers engaged in weapons testing activities. Big and small, urban and rural, secretive or public, spybase or runway; the point here is the diversity of types of places and their functions, and the range of possible military influences on social and economic networks. Military establishments are where they are because of basic strategic and logistical needs for land, sea and air.