Army Research and Development Plan
|As detailed in the Army
Modernisation Plan, Army
modernisation is the transformation
of the current Army into future
Army such that Army remains a
capable, credible and relevant force.
Modernisation is achieved through a
continuum of processes, decisions
and actions. Modernisation includes
the development and adoption of
new concepts and doctrine,
adaptation of force structures, and
introduction and renewal of major
systems, personnel policies and
facilities. The Army Research
and Development Plan is the
foundation for the collection and
development of decision support
information to support Army
Army Research and Development Plan 2015
The Army Research and Development plan has an enduring relevance to Army's modernisation processes. The Plan streamlines Army's research activities while providing enhanced accountability and transparency regarding decisions about future capability.
In the short-term, the Plan ensures Army's continued relevance in the current operating environment and informs strategic perspectives of the future operating environment. The medium- and long-term implications include the establishment of benchmarks around research lines of effort and allow Army to chart its modernisation initiatives' progress. The Research and Development Plan will allow Army to remain at the forefront of evolution and revolution in land warfare to enhance detection and mitigation of potential strategic shock.
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