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The Study on the Sustainable Sharing Plans of Military Installations for a Civil Military Co-existence
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 Title & Authors
The Study on the Sustainable Sharing Plans of Military Installations for a Civil Military Co-existence
Park, Young Jun; Son, Kiyoung;
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 Abstract
This paper shows procedure and strategies to improve military facilities and local residents` welfare through a civil-military sustainable cooperation project. Military installations tend to impede urban developments, so that a few civil compliant have been often filed. Meanwhile, it is sometimes impossible to relocate military units due to their own unique purpose, even though they belong to core sites of civil developments, which are generally indispensible due to urban expansion, magnified road networks and so on. The solution to offset these conflicts between civil and military demands, which are associated with military units and urbanization surrounding them, is to establish sustainable strategies which enable both civil and military be beneficial. In this study, it is described, decision making procedure to make some facilities of a military unit be better as well as promote local residents` welfare through securing high-quality sports facilities. Delphi-technique and Paired Comparison Method are used to collect civil and military opinions regarding sustainable agreements. As a case study, a civil military cooperation project between a military unit and a local government is introduced. With successful projects, it is expected that the better installations could lead positive images of a military unit, provide advanced athletic environments for both local residents and military personnels, and lessen defense cost to maintain them. Moreover, this project will go down as a paragon of civil military sustainable cooperation.
 Keywords
Civil Military Cooperation;Military Facility;Sustainability;Delphi-technique;Paired Comparison Method;
 Language
Korean
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