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Lieutenant Colonel U.S. Army Reserve Tim Flanagan is assigned to the Office of the Chief Army Reserve (OCAR) as a branch chief in the Program, Analysis and Evaluation Division. He was commissioned as an Armor Officer and served at Fort Polk, Louisiana, as a tank and scout platoon leader as well as company executive officer, and commanded a tank company and Headquarters Troop in Korea. Lieutenant Colonel Flanagan has nearly 10 years experience in the personnel, programming, and budgeting arena, with jobs at the Army Personnel Command, OCAR, and the Army Staff. Previous to his completion in May 2007 of the U.S. Army War College Fellowship at the University of Texas at Austin, he spent 3 years as the Executive Officer for 8th Army G3 Training Division in Korea. Lieutenant Colonel Flanagan holds a B.S. from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, a M.S. in Operations Research from George Mason University, and a MBA and a certificate in Army Comptrollership from Syracuse University.
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Authored by Lieutenant Colonel Tim Flanagan.
How did the Army get to the point where it is the perennial bronze medal winner in a three-man funding race? Are the Army’s relations with Congress part of the problem in obtaining sufficient funding? How does DoD determine who gets what and how do they determine how much is enough?