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As the Army adopted new and more complex weapons systems, the need for ORSA assistance in designing and evaluating Army training methods and results became even more pronounced. As General Gorman noted in June 1992: Arguably, most of the advances in weapons and tactics during the past half-century depended upon Operations Research, or were advantaged by OR during development. 103 In addition to the five main areas, there were also a number of other topics and issues with which Army ORSA analysts were well equipped to cope.
The old United States Continental Army Command (CONARC) and the United States Army Combat Developments Command (CDC) were eliminated and their missions were assumed by TRADOC and FORSCOM. With respect to the Army ORSA program, the STEADFAST reorganization continued the process of consolidating Army ORSA activities along functional lines that began with the 1962 Army reorganization and the creation of CDC and the United States Army Materiel Command (AMC). 26 The general outline of the Army ORSA structure created in 1972–1973 remains relatively unchanged today.
1, 7–9. The panel included Hollis and Col. Raoul Alcala, chief, Army chief of staff ’s Analysis and Initiatives Group; Brig. Gen. Richard Tragemann, commander, TRAC; Keith Myers, director, AMSAA; E. B. Vandiver III, director, CAA; and John Riente, technical adviser to the Army DCSOPS. 84 Summarized in Hollis, “Responding to the Fluid Influences Facing the Army and Its Analysts,” p. 7. 85 Whittenbury, “Challenges in Military OR in the 70’s,” p. 170. 86 Golub, “Present & Future ORSA Trends,” pp. 22, 24.
Hist. of Ops Research in the US Army [Vol III - 1973-1995] by C. Shrader