This conclusion presents some closing thoughts covered in the preceding chapters of this book. The book focuses on the roles that armed forces may play within the borders of their countries. It identifies workable criteria for decision-makers to use in deciding on specific deployments of military forces domestically. The book also identifies those kinds of forces best suited to the range of missions, with a particular focus on Defense Support to Civil Authority and homeland defense missions. It establishes a taxonomy of these missions and functions as well as to catalogue the numerous tasks that these armed forces may be directed to carry out. The book examines the six mission sets for armed forces, two which are Defense Support to Civil Authority and homeland defense. It states that there are several kinds of military organizations, such as special operations forces and militarized police forces, which are highly adaptable and can serve a multitude of goals.