By National Defense Research Instituted (U. S.), Claire Mitchell Levy
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A review of how well the database tracks Navy PERSTEMPO is provided in Cavalluzzo and Reese, 1995. 29We have factored out deployments during ODS. 1—Cross-service PERSTEMPO Comparison Aggregate Army PERSTEMPO over Time To compile PERSTEMPO data for the active Army in aggregate,30 we used two databases: one for 1975–1989 and the second for 1992–1996. The two differ somewhat in their definitions of deployment. We describe what is included in each below. First, we looked at whether Army deployment activity increased since the 1975– 1989 period and by how much.
Further conclusions are difficult to draw, given that Air Force and Marine Corps estimates have been compared by those services with their own data and have been determined to underestimate the PERSTEMPO rates of those services. However, two other recent studies reach a similar overall conclusion. Using other sources, the General Accounting Office (GAO, 1995) also found that percentage increases in PERSTEMPO in the post–Cold War era are greatest for the Air Force and Army. Using additional measures and new imputation methods, Hosek and Totten (forthcoming) also determined from the DMDC records that all services experienced increased PERSTEMPO in the 1990s.
Keeping these shortcomings in mind, we see that the data show that Army deployment activities increased significantly in the 1991–1996 period, measured by the number of personnel deployed as shown. If the full 1991–1996 time period (excluding ODS) is considered, then the data from these two sources indicate roughly a twofold increase in personnel deployed between 1975–1989 and 1991– 1996. Factoring in the Drawdown Thus far, we have not actually calculated a PERSTEMPO rate—we have simply estimated the number deployed.
Army Perstempo in the Post Cold War Era by National Defense Research Instituted (U. S.), Claire Mitchell Levy