Managing Change For Italy's Armed Forces

By Andy Nativi .
Source: Defense Technology International .

Giampaolo Di Paola, Italy's defense minister, is racing to reform the armed forces. His goal is to obtain parliamentary approval this year for the legislative decrees needed to transform the military and implement them by spring 2013, prior to the general election. Di Paola, former general staff chief and past chairman of the NATO military committee, wants to reduce uniformed and civilian personnel by 43,000 by 2024, maintain core capabilities, increase funding for operations and training, and safeguard money for modernization ...

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