Hospitals & Asylums
Memorandum for BRAC to Plan to Study International Bases in 2006 HA-10-11-05
A. Global Security report on US Military Facilities holds: The Overseas Military Facility and Range Structure Review Act of 2003 established the Commission on the Review of the Overseas Military Facility and Range Structure of the United States to: (1) study matters relating to the military facility and range structure of the United States overseas; and (2) report review results to the President and Congress, including a proposal for an overseas basing strategy to meet current and future DOD mission requirements.
`(A) Complete analysis,
consideration, and, where appropriate, implementation by the Secretary of
Defense of the recommendations of the Commission on Review of Overseas Military
`(B) Return from deployment in the
`(C) The receipt by the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and the House of Representatives of the report on the quadrennial defense review required to be submitted in 2006 by the Secretary of Defense under section 118(d) of title 10, United States Code.
C. Based on the Secretary’s guidance
Final Selection Criteria for Closing and Realigning Military Installations Inside the
The end of Observations on Preparations for the Upcoming Base Realignment and Closure Round: GAO-04-558T of
Main Operating Base: Strategically enduring asset established in friendly territory to provide sustained command and control, administration, and logistical support in designated areas.
Forward Operating Base: Semi-permanent asset used to support tactical operations without establishing full support facilities. Can be scalable, and may be used for an extended time period. May contain prepositioned equipment. Backup support by a MOB may be required to support
Forward Operating Location: Expeditionary asset similar to a FOB, but with limited in-place infrastructure. May contained prepositioned equipment.
Preposition Site: Sites that contain prepositioned war reserve material (Combat, Combat Support, Combat Service Support), usually maintained by contractor support. Base:
Locality from which operations are projected or supported. 2. An area or locality containing installations, which provide logistic or other support. 3. Home airfield or carrier.
Installations: A grouping of facilities, located in the same vicinity, which support particular functions. Installations may be elements of a base. Facility: A Real Property entity consisting of one or more of the following: a building, a structure, a utility system, system, pavement, and underlying land.
Site: A geographic location that has one or more bases or facilities associated with it.
G. Now that
the domestic BRAC rounds are finished after September 8 with the successful
delivery by the President to Congress on November 8 the Commission has until
Anthony J. Sanders of Hospitals & Asylums (HA) writes Honorable Anthony J. Principi in the early morning of the day before Chapter 1 is due, on Armistice Day 11-11-05, to inform him of the new policy of limiting the sending of unsolicited writing to the armed forces to Armistice and Memorial Day to limit vulnerability of Hospitals & Asylums Statute to military coup. The economics has now been amended for a more truthful disclosure. Political realignment of the statute to include a thorough study of military justice has brought it within the power of the author to plead to his honorable counterpart under the Equal Access to Justice Act 5USC§504 to ensure that the reasonable expenses of the expert witness will be met for the reasonable cost of any study necessary for the preparation of the party's case. With your support, in regards to paying the author without any adversarial opinions, HA will surely be registered as an NGO in the organizational session of the United Nations Economic and Social Council in January 2006. The idea of serving as a general consultant by email, unless satisfactory financial accommodations are made, has already been planted to make this contribution to HA easy to explain. Whereas the monthly and quarterly journals are of little merit to the military and quite destructive in the hands of the armed forces it is hoped that the Honorable Anthony J. Principi would first consider paying a considerable sum, suggested at $6,500 a year, as a security for the work Anthony J. Sanders does twice a year on Chapter 1 of Hospitals & Asylums titled the Military Department, before subscribing to the monthly and quarterly e-reports of HA, if this is even desired.
On a controversial note there is no way that HA will support the election of Anthony J. Principi as Secretary of Defense or even greatly support his continuing as Chairman of the BRAC Commission unless he respects the truth of what the dissent pointed out H. R. 2511 on May 19, 2005 and H. R. 2427 of May 18, 2005 - BRAC must take responsibility for publishing an Integrated Global Presence and Basing Strategy for 2006 International Rounds on the BRAC website at www.brac.gov.
plan for BRAC is that every even numbered year will be international every odd
will be domestic. The question for
Honorable Anthony J. Principi and the Secretary of
Defense is “Should the
HJ RES 55 - Homeward Bound – of June 16, 2005, Bring the Troops Home HJ Res. 70, and H. CON RES 35 plan and set a timetable for the withdrawal of troops while H.CON.RES.197 of June 30, 2005 Declares that it is the policy of the United States not to enter into any base agreement with the Government of Iraq that would lead to a permanent United States military presence in Iraq.
At your service,