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THOMAS J. MARSHALL is Assistant Vice President and Manager of the Strategic and Arms Control Policy Department at Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC). Mr. Marshall has an extensive background in national security planning with particular emphasis on strategic policy, European security, and all 87 aspects of arms control treaties. Prior to his retirement from the U.S. Army in 1983, Mr. Marshall served as the senior military advisor to the INF delegation. Recently, Mr. Marshall has been active in supporting Partnership for Peace Programs with U.S. Army Europe and researching concepts on democratization, as well as managing a developing national security program at SAIC.
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Edited by Phillip Kaiser, Jon Kessmeier, Mr. Thomas J. Marshall.
Each year, the United States Army, Europe (USAREUR) undertakes a conference-study program on a matter of strategic significance, with several objectives. The topic relates to USAREUR's mission; anticipates future requirements; contributes toward building democratic norms within the militaries of emerging democracies; and serves to inform the USAREUR staff, higher headquarters and other U.S. Government agencies of active measures to improve current practices. In 1996, USAREUR undertook to study "Problems and Solutions in Future Coalition Operations."