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Dr. William Forrest Crain


CAA Mission:
CAA conducts analyses across the spectrum of conflict in a Joint, Interagency, Intergovernmental, and Multinational (JIIM) context to inform critical senior level decisions for current and future national security issues.

AMSO Mission:
The Army Modeling and Simulation Office (a major component of CAA) develops the strategy and policy for the Army Modeling and Simulation Enterprise and executes effective governance and resource management through leadership and synchronization with a focus on the Army enterprise and cross-community areas across the Joint, Intergovernment, Interagency, and Multinational environments.

CAA is the recognized authority on the independent analysis of land warfare interests in a joint and combined context.

End State:
CAA people, processes, and products directly support Army organizations and leadership, operational forces, and coalition operations on the most important strategic challenges and Army-wide issues facing land power, national defense, and national security.

Operations Research/Systems Analysis (ORSA)


Deployed Analyst Handbook

Deployed Analyst History Reports

Deployed Analyst History Report- Combat Operations in Iraq



Strategic Objectives:
• Synchronize National/International Operations Research and Analysis activities.
• Integrate the Army Analytic Community.
• Deliver Quality Analysis IAW GO 2012-1.
• Develop Functional Area 49 and 57 Officers and Career Program 36 Civilians.
• Provide effective M&S; strategy, policy, and management of models and simulations for the Army.
• Develop the CAA workforce.

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