What was the underlying flaw that led to the US military restructure under the Goldwater-Nichols Act of 1986?

Answer The service chiefs were involved in inter-service rivalries and seemed incapable of providing a cohesive Defense Policy capable of accomplishing the Nation's Defense.

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What was the underlying flaw that led to US Military restructure under the Goldwater Nicholas act of 1986?

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Did the Goldwater-Nichols Act improve homeland security?

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How did the goldwater-nichols act affect the dod with regard to homeland security?

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What functions did goldwaters-nichols department of defense reoorgnaization act of 1986 grant to combatant commanders?

Any criminal conviction can lead to loss of all or some of your Veteran's Benefits. It is a case by case, as discovered basis.