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Define joint doctrine principles that guide the employment of US military forces in coordinated action toward a common objective.
what is the fundamental principles that guide the employment of US military forces in coordinated action toward a common objective. joint doctrine
who composes the operational chain of command President, Secretary of Defense, Commanders of Combatant Commands
Identify the administrative chain of command President, Secretary of Defense, Secretaries of military departments, Chiefs of the services
Command with broad continuing missions under a single commander, composed of forces from two or more military departments, and it is established by the President by the Unified Command Plan (UCP) through the SecDef UNIFIED COMMAND
A command that is normally composed of forces from only one service SPECIFIED COMMAND
Describe the basic characteristics of a Joint Task Force (JTF) (1) Single commander (2) Two or more military departments (3) Specific, limited objective not requiring overall centralized control of logistics (4) Dissolved when objective is achieved
who can establish a Joint Task Force SecDef, a CCDR, a sub unified commander, or an existing JTF commander
Command authority authorized for a Combatant Commander (CCDR) CCDRs exercise Combatant Command (COCOM) authority over assigned forces
the components that typically make up a joint force Service Components, Functional Components, Attachments, Combination of Service and functional components
An area established by the President and SecDef on an enduring basis that defines geographic responsibilities for a Geographic Combatant Commander (GCC) Area of Responsibility (AOR)
An operational area defined by the JFC for land and maritime forces Area of Operations
A geographical area (delineated for C2 purposes in the order initiating the amphibious operation) within which is located the objective(s) to be secured by the amphibious force. amphibious operation area
An area of land, sea, and airspace, defined by the JFC to the commander of a joint special operations force to conduct special operations activities. Joint Special Operations Area (JSOA)
area of land, sea, and airspace, defined by a GCC or subordinate unified commander, in which a JFC (normally a JTF) conducts military operations to accomplish a specific mission. Joint Operations Area (JOA)
area of air, land, and water that is, or may become, directly involved in the conduct of war. theater of war
operational area defined by the GCC for the conduct or support of specific military operations. Theater of operations
Define command authority that a commander, lawfully exercises over subordinates by virtue of rank or assignment
authority that a commander in the armed forces lawfully exercises over subordinates by virtue of rank or assignment command
when all forces operate under a single commander with the requisite authority to direct all forces employed in pursuit of a common purpose Unity of Command
command authority over assigned forces vested only in CCDRs by Title 10, USC or as directed by the President in the Unified Command Plan (UCP) and cannot be delegated or transferred. COCOM
full authority to organize commands and forces and employ those forces, but it does not include authoritative direction for logistics or matters of administration, discipline, internal organization, or unit training. OPCON
This command authority is sufficient for controlling and directing the application of force or tactical use of combat support assets within the assigned mission or task Tactical Control (TACON)
What is the command authority established by a superior commander between subordinate commanders when one organization should aid, protect, complement, or sustain another force Support
direction or exercise of authority over subordinate or other organizations with respect to administration and support services ADCON
Authority delegated to a commander or individual for coordinating specific functions and activities involving forces of two or more Services, two or more joint force components, or two or more forces of the same Service. Coordinating Authority
authority granted by a commander (at any level) to a subordinate to directly consult or coordinate an action with a command or agency within or outside the granting command. Direct Liaison Authority (DIRLAUTH)
Levels of Authority normally exercised by the COMAFFOR COMAFFOR has complete ADCON of all assigned Air Force component forces,Within the operational branch, the JFC normally conducts operations by delegating OPCON of the Air Force component forces to the COMAFFOR.
the Level of Authority normally exercised by a JFACC OPCON
This is a relationship that results from a formal agreement (e.g. treaty) between two or more nations Alliance
What are the two chains of command over the Multinational Forces (MNF). National chain of command Multinational chain of command
Describe the President’s command authority over US forces. The President retains and cannot relinquish national command authority over US forces.
This is unity of effort under one responsible commander for every objective. unity of command
This is delegation of execution authority to subordinate commanders.Also achieves effective span of control and to foster initiative, responsiveness, and flexibility. decentralized execution
degree of air superiority wherein the opposing air force is incapable of effective interference. Air supremacy
degree of dominance in the air battle that permits the conduct of operations by land, sea, and air forces at a given time and place without prohibitive interference by the opposing force. Air superiority
the three standardized designs of Army BCTs Armored BCT, Infantry BCT, Stryker BCT
six fundamental and enduring roles of the US Navy Powerful Forward Presence, Strategic Deterrence, Power Projection, Sea Control and Maritime Supremacy, Strategic Sealift, Humanitarian Assistance/Disaster Relief (HA/DR)
the basic “building blocks” of forward deployed naval warfighting groups Carrier Strike Group Expeditionary Strike Group
What are the mission capabilities of carrier-based naval aircraft Strike Fighter/Tanker Electronic Combat/SEAD Command and Control Anti-Sub/CSAR Logistics
the doctrinal cornerstone of Carrier Strike Groups (CSG) Command and Control COMPOSITE WARFARE COMMANDER (CWC) CONCEPT
the basic precept of the CWC concept. Centralized Command, decentralized execution
how the Marine Corps organizes for combat Marine Air Ground Task Force (MAGTF)
the four basic elements of a MAGTF Command, Ground Combat, Aviation Combat, Logistics Combat
the different types of MAGTF MEF, MEB, MEU, MEF Forward, Special Forces MAGTF
what a does a MAGTF provide to a JFC Expeditionary force in readiness
the basic building block of an Air Force Expeditionary Task Force Squadron
the Air Force expeditionary organization presented to a JFC Air Expeditionary Task Force
What are three parts of an Air Expeditionary Task Force (AETF) command element COMAFFOR, A-Staff, Air Operations Center
operations planning and execution focal point for the Air Force Forces (AFFOR), where centralized planning, direction, control, coordination and assessment of air operations occur. Air Operations Center (AOC)
ground-based mobile radar element of the TACS responsible for the decentralized execution of Air Defense (AD) and airspace management Control and Reporting Center (CRC)
Army's control system for synchronizing, coordinating, and integrating air operations with the commanders scheme of maneuver. Army Air-Ground System (AAGS)
the primary air control agency in the Amphibious Objective Area for all air operations supporting the amphibious operation, until control is phased ashore to the CLF and the MAGTF. Navy TACC
This is is the senior Marine Air Command and Control System (MACCS) agency. It serves as the operational command post for the Aviation Combat Element (ACE). Marine Tactical Air Command Center (TACC)
This joint special operation component preserves unity of command and make the most effective use of limited theater special operations air assets Joint Special Operations Aviation Component (JSOAC)
This is where the Airspace Control Authority carries out his responsibilities. Centralized airspace planning by the ACA facilitates meeting JFC priorities with a fully coordinated and integrated airspace control system. Joint Air Operations Center (JAOC)
What are the 5 divisions of the Joint Air Operations Center(JAOC) Strategy, Combat plans, Combat operations, ISR, Air mobility
how many divisions of the JAOC 5
This JAOC Division is responsible for the long-range planning of air operations across the theater. The Strategy Division (SRD)
This JAOC division is responsible for near-term air operations planning (within 48 hours prior to ATO execution). The Combat Plans Division (CPD)
This JOAC Division executes the current ATO (usually the 24 hours encompassing the effective period of the ATO). The Combat Operations Division (COD)
This JOAC Division responsible for integrating, planning, and managing airborne ISR operations, developing and maintaining targeting information about the adversary, and assisting with execution of ISR operations. The ISR Division (ISRD)
This Joint Air Operation Center (JAOC) Division plans, coordinates, tasks, and executes the air mobility mission in support of the joint air planning and execution process. The Air Mobility Division (AMD)
What is the primary Army Forces liaison in the JAOC Battlefield Coordination Detachment (BCD)
Represents the maritime component commander in the JAOC Navy Liaison (NALE)
Who is the SOF liaison element that supports the JAOC Special Operations Liaison Element (SOLE)
Principal air force element aligned with the Army from battalion to corps TACP
This Division within the Air Operations Center (AOC) provides the JFACC, and subordinate units with predictive and actionable intelligence, ISR operations, and targeting in a manner that drives the joint air tasking cycle. ISR Division (ISRD)
the four core teams of the ISR Division (ISRD) ACF Team, Targets (TA) Team, ISR Operations Team, Processing Exploitation and Dissemination (PED) Management Team
The body of domestic, foreign, and international law that directly affects the conduct of military operations. operational law
the three areas of law that affect military operations International Law, Foreign Law, Domestic Law
what are the four core functions of the Mobility Air Forces (MAF) Airlift, Air Refueling, Air Mobility Support, Aeromedical Evacuation
the four core teams within the Air Mobility Division (AMD) The Airlift Control Team (ALCT), The Air Mobility Control Team (AMCT), The Air Refueling Control Team (ARCT), The Aeromedical Evacuation Control Team (AECT)
The AMD Team that has three responsibilities: planning, tactics development, and long-range requirement determination. The Airlift Control Team (ALCT)
AMD Team that is responsible for mission execution and deconflicts all air mobility operations into, out of, and within the AOR/JOA. The Air Mobility Control Team (AMCT)
The AMD Team that coordinates air refueling planning, tasking, and scheduling to support all theater air refuling for combat airpower, as well as air bridge operations to satisfy COMAFFOR or JFACC requirements. The Air Refueling Control Team (ARCT)
The AMD Team that is responsible for aeromedical evacuation operational planning, scheduling, tasking, and assisting the AMCT with operations execution and monitoring. The Aeromedical Evacuation Control Team (AECT)
designated coordinating authority with all agencies affecting air mobility operations, and is also the advisor on how best to effectively and efficiently use air mobility assets. Director of Mobility Forces (DIRMOBFOR)
the DOD end-to-end communications system supporting a JFC The Department of Defense Information Network (DODIN)
automated C2 system of record that provides the JFC a deployable C2 system Global Command and Control System (GSSC)
how USMTF messages support joint operations standard communications for machines and people
single, comprehensive document that contains frequencies, radio nets, call signs and call words for all joint participants of an operation. Joint Communications-Electronics Operation Instructions (JCEOI)
listing of frequencies our electronic jammers are restricted from jamming. Joint Restricted Frequency List (JRFL)
Automated system the Joint Force Air Component Commander (JFACC) uses to plan, direct, and control joint air operations in support of JFC objectives, and is known as the C2 system of systems Theater Battle Management Core System (TBMCS)
primary TDL used to support joint air operations Link-16 (TADIL-J)
serves as the focal point for Air Operations Center personnel to report communication problems or to request new communication services. JAOC CFP Help Desk
The intelligence collection discipline that uses people in the area of interest to identify or provide insight into adversary plans and intentions, Research and Development (R&D), strategy, doctrine, and capabilities. HUMINT
Intelligence gathered from the interception and exploitation of Electromagnetic (EM) transmissions, to include Communications Intelligence, Electronic Intelligence and Foreign Instrumentation Signals Intelligence SIGINT
Agency responsible for the timely and accurate flow of all-source military intelligence from the national level, through the Joint Information Centers (JIC), to deployed forces. Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA)
the principal element for ensuring effective intelligence support for Combatant Commanders and their theater forces,is the focal point for intelligence planning, collection management, intelligence analysis, and intelligence production Joint Intelligence Operations Center (JIOC)
incorporates advanced networking technologies that permit point-to-point or multipoint information exchange involving voice, text, graphics, data and VTC. Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communications System (JWICS)
What are the 7 Core Logistics Functions deployment and distribution, supply, maintenance, logistics services, operational contract support, engineering, health services
List the three commands within the US TRANSPORTATION COMMAND Air Mobility Command (AMC) Military Sealift Command (MSC) Surface Deployment and Distribution Command (SDDC)
non-unit related cargo and personnel data, and movement data for the Operations Plan (OPLAN) or Operations Order (OPORD) or ongoing rotation of forces. time-phased force data
staff function associated with the Joint Deployment and Distribution Operations Center (JDDOC) Staff J-4
unique characteristics and planning considerations for space planners. No Geographical Boundaries, Satellite Orbits, Environmental Considerations, Electromagnetic Spectrum (EMS) Dependency, Resource Considerations, Vulnerability
This space mission area increase joint force effectiveness by increasing the combat potential of that force, enhancing operational awareness and providing critical joint force support. Space Force Enhancement (SFE)
This space mission area is essential capabilities, functions, activities and tasks necessary to operate and sustain all elements of space forces throughout the full Range of Military Operations (ROMO). Space Support (SS)
This space mission area supports freedom of action in space for friendly forces, and when necessary, defeats adversary efforts that interfere with or attack US or allied space systems and negates adversary space capabilities. Space Control (SC)
This is a space mission area,is through and from space to influence the course and outcome of conflict by holding terrestrial targets at risk. Space Force Application (SFA)
This space mission area is the requisite current and predictive knowledge of the space environment and the operational environment upon which space operations depend. Space Situational Awareness (SSA)
USSTRATCOM service components for space operations ARMY- SMDC/ARSTART, NAVY- US Fleet Forces Command (FFC) and US Fleet Cyber Command, MARINES - MARFORSTRAT, AIR FORCE - AFSPC
What are the three personnel recovery options Diplomatic Option, Civil Option, Military Option
What are the five personnel recovery capabilities within the military option individual, component, joint, multinational, Other Government Agencies (OGA)
Personal Recovery organizations established by a JFC and joint force component commanders to plan, coordinate, and monitor PR missions Joint Personnel Recovery Center (JPRC), Personnel Recovery Coordination Cell (PRCC), Unconventional Assisted Recovery Coordination Cell (UARCC)
What are the five personnel recovery tasks report, locate, support, recover, reintegrate
This personnel recovery task provides notification that personnel are or may have become isolated The report task
This personnel recovery task involves providing support to both the isolated person and the isolated person’s Next of Kin (NOK). The support task
This personnel recovery task is the efforts of commanders and staffs, recovery forces, and isolated personnel themselves to bring isolated personnel under the physical custody of a friendly organization. The recover task
This personnel recovery task begins when the report notification is received and there is a possibility the recovered isolated person will enter the reintegration process. reintegrate
This personnel recovery task involves the effort taken to precisely find and confirm the identity of isolated personnel. The locate task
What are the Operational Elements of Information Operations Electronic Warfare Operations (EW Ops), Network Warfare Operations (NW Ops), Influence Operations (IFO)
Identify the 5 Information Operations Capabilities Elements for Information Operations Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR), Network Operations (NetOps) and Information Assurance (IA), Predictive Battlespace Awareness (PBA), Precision Navigation and Timing (PNT)
Identify the phases of a campaign in which IO is applicable IO is applicable to all phase of a campaign
the four JAOC divisions where the IOT is integrated Strategy, Combat Plans, Combat Operations, ISR
The Army's primary candidate HQ for joint operations Corps
Operates as the Army's primary tactical HQs Division
The Army's largest fixed tactical unit Brigade Combat Team (BCT):
air operation where Suppression of Enemy Air Defenses (SEAD) is a primary mission designed to neutralize, destroy, or temporarily degrade enemy surface based air defenses by destructive or disruptive means Offensive Counter air
air operation that concentrates on defeating the enemy's offensive plan and inflicting unacceptable losses on attacking enemy forces. It is synonymous with air defense and consists of active and passive operations to defend friendly airspace and protect f Defensive Counter air
This is an ad hoc arrangement between two or more nations for common action Coalition
Who are the USSOCOM Special Operations Forces (SOF) components US Army Special Operations Command (USASOC),Naval Special Warfare Command (NAVSPECWARCOM), Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC), Marine Corps Special Operations Command (MARSOC)
What are the US military space operations mission areas Space Force Enhancement (SFE), Space Support (SS), Space Control (SC), Space Force Application (SFA), Space Situational Awareness (SSA)
what are the three principal roles of a TSOC Commander JFC, Theater Special Operations Advisor, Joint Force Special Operations Component Commander (JFSOCC)
What is the the primary mechanism by which a Geographic Combatant Command (GCC) exercises Command and Control (C2) over SOF. Theater Special Operations Command (TSOC).
This is formed to carry out a specific Special Operations or prosecute SO in support of a theater campaign or other operations. Joint Special Operations Task Force (JSOTF).
What is responsible for the centralized planning and direction and the execution of joint special operations air activities, and for coordinating conventional air support for the SOF with the JFC’s designated Joint Force Air Component Commander (JFACC) Joint Special Operations Aviation Component (JSOAC)
Who is the SOF liaison element that supports the JAOC SOLE
What are the Core Logistics Functions deployment and distribution, supply, maintenance, logistics services, operational contract support, engineering, health services
How is an Air Force expeditionary organization presented to a JFC Air Expeditionary Task Force
When air mobility forces operate between two or more geographic combatant commands Intertheater air mobility
When air mobility forces operate exclusively within a geographic combatant command intratheater air mobility
This offensive action specifically selected to achieve national strategic objectives These attacks seek to weaken the adversary’s ability engage in conflict, and may achieve strategic objectives without having to achieve operational objective strategic attack
placing within one commander the responsibility and authority for planning, directing, and coordinating a military operation or group/category of operations. Centralized Control
This air operation attains and maintains a desired degree of air superiority by the destruction, degradation, or disruption of enemy forces. Counterair
Air operations conducted to divert, disrupt, delay, or destroy the enemy's surface military potential before it can be used effectively against friendly forces. Air Interdiction
operations that aim to dominate the surface environment and prevent the opponent from doing the same. Counterland
air action by fixed- and rotary-wing aircraft against hostile targets that are in close proximity to friendly forces and that require detailed integration of each air mission with the fire and movement of those forces. Close Air Support
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