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Strategy for Homeland Defense 2005  

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2005 Strategy for Homeland Defense and Civil Support

Strategy for Homeland Defense and Civil Support Department of Defense, Washington, D.C. June 2005

Table of Contents
Foreword ...................................................................................................................................... iii
Executive Summary......................................................................................................................1
Secure the United States from Attack through an Active, Layered Defense .................1
Organizing Construct—Lead, Support, and Enable..........................................................2
Key Objectives of the Strategy ..............................................................................................2
Capabilities for Homeland Defense and Civil Support.....................................................3
Projected Implications of the Strategy .................................................................................4
I. Context ........................................................................................................................................5
Key Definitions........................................................................................................................5
Standing Guidance from National and Defense Strategies ..............................................6
Security Environment.............................................................................................................7
Organizing for Homeland Defense and Civil Support .....................................................7
Assumptions............................................................................................................................9
II. Active, Layered Defense........................................................................................................10
III. Strategic Goal and Key Objectives......................................................................................14
Lead.........................................................................................................................................15
Support ...................................................................................................................................18
Enable .....................................................................................................................................19
IV. Core Capabilities...................................................................................................................20
Capabilities for Achieving Maximum Awareness of Threats ........................................20
Capabilities for Deterring, Intercepting, and Defeating Threats at a Safe Distance ...24
Capabilities for Achieving Mission Assurance.................................................................27
Capabilities for CBRNE Consequence Management.......................................................31
Improving US and International Capabilities for Homeland Defense and Homeland
Security ...................................................................................................................................32
V. Implications of the Strategy..................................................................................................35
Force Structure ......................................................................................................................35
Technology.............................................................................................................................36
Funding ..................................................................................................................................38
Managing Homeland Defense and Civil Support Risks .................................................39
VI. Conclusion .............................................................................................................................40

 

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“For most of the twentieth century, the world was divided by a great struggle over ideas: destructive totalitarian visions or freedom and equality. That great struggle is over. The militant visions of class, nation, and race which promised utopia have been defeated and discredited. America is now threatened less by conquering states than we are by failing ones. We are menaced less by fleets and armies than by catastrophic technologies in the hands of the embittered few. We must defeat these threats to our Nation, allies, and friends.” The National Security Strategy of the United States of America September 2002"

 

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