The 2004 National Military Strategy (NMS) directs a force sized to defend the homeland to deter forward in and from four regions and conduct two overlapping swift defeat campaigns. Even when committed to a number of lesser contingencies the force must be able to win decisively in one of the two campaigns. This 1-4-2-1 force sizing construct places a premium on increasing innovation and efficient methods to achieve objectives. The construct establishes mission parameters for the most demanding set of potential scenarios and encompasses the full range of military operations. The thesis of this paper will be solely focused on the force generation and transformation aspects of the military forces of the 36th Infantry Division in the state of Texas. I will look at the proposed force sizing and design as provided by the Army's Campaign Plan and how the 36th Infantry Division will complete their transformation and be ready by fiscal year 2008 while sourcing a myriad of CONUS and OCONUS deployments.