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What is key distinction between Deliberate Planning and Crisis Action Planning (CAP) the type of final planning product produced
when are supporting plans are approved during the JOPP During step 7 plan of order development
What are the steps of the Joint Operation Planning Process for Air (JOPPA) Initiation Mission Analysis COA development COA Analysis COA Comparison COA Approval Plan or Order Development
who approves the air COA that comes from the Joint Operation Planning Process for Air (JOPPA) JFC
What is the result of the COA Development phase of the Joint Operation Planning Process for Air (JOPPA). Mutilple COAs branches in sequence
What are the five numbered paragraphs of the JAOP format IAW JP 3-30, Appendix C. 1. Situation 2. Mission 3. Execution 4. Administration and Logistics 5. Command and Control
which paragraph contains the JFACC’s Concept of Operations (CONOPS). Execution
operations that are planned, executed, assessed, and adapted to influence or change systems or capabilities to achieve desired outcomes. Effects-Based Approach to Operations (EBAO)
It is the performance of an activity to create a desired effect an action
physical or behavioral state of a system that results from an action, set of actions, or another effect an effect
are the clearly defined, decisive, and attainable goals towards which every military operation should be directed an objective
is result of an action with no intervening effect between action and outcome, effect is usually immediate, physical, and readily recognizable. direct effect
second, third, or n ‘th-order effect created through an intermediate effect or causal linkage following a causal action. It may be physical, psychological, functional, or systemic in nature. They are triggered by direct effects. indirect effect
what are the six stages of the Joint Air Tasking Cycle 1. Objectives, Effects and Guidance 2. Target Development 3. Weaponeering and Allocation 4. ATO Production and Dissemination 5. Execution Planning and Force Execution 6. Assessment
What is the product of the Objectives, Effects and Guidance stage Air Operations Directive (AOD)
What is the product of the Target Development stage Joint Integrated Prioritized Target List (JIPTL)
What is the product of the Weaponeering and stage Master Air Attack Plan (MAAP) Brief and Sortie Allotment Message (SORTIEALLOT)
What is the product of the ATO Production and Dissemination stage
develops and refines the ROE necessary to accomplish the Joint Planning Group’s (JPG) proposed Course of Action (COA). also leads the ROE Cell ROE Planning Cell
prioritized list of targets approved and maintained by the JFC Joint Integrated Prioritized Target List
A group formed by the JFC to accomplish broad targeting oversight functions that may include but are not limited to coordinating targeting information, providing targeting guidance and priorities, and preparing and /or refining JTLs. Joint Target Coordination Board (JTCB)
The process of selecting and prioritizing targets and matching the appropriate response to them, taking account of operational requirements and capabilities. Targeting
the product produced from the Target Development stage of the joint air tasking cycle JIPTL
what is the foundation of the Target Development stage Air Operations Directive (AOD)
the primary responsibility of the TET Provides the draft JIPTL
purpose of Joint Air Tasking Cycle Stage 3 develop a plan for the employment of lethal and nonlethal means against prioritized targets to create desired effects
what are the key inputs to Stage 3 Joint Force Commander’s Guidance Joint Integrated Prioritized Target List Intelligence Air Allocation Area Air Defense Plan Airspace Control Plan Air Operations Directive
MAAP Team planning responsibilities It develops the daily MAAP and transforms it into an electronic format in Theater Battle Management Core Systems (TBMCS) in order to produce the ATO. Brief the MAAP plan
what are the outputs of the Stage 3 MAAP Data MAAP Decision Briefing Sortie Allocation
constructing, publishing, and disseminating of the daily ATO and applicable Special Instructions (SPINS) to the appropriate Joint Task Force (JTF) ATO Production
the primary tasks of ATO Production development of the ABP, ATO dissemination of the ATO
required inputs for ATO Production Friendly Order of Battle Tactical information Joint Integrated Prioritized Target List MAAP Worksheets or MAAP Toolkit External air mobility missions Complete Component ABPs Air Support Request SPINS
the factor that drives the daily schedule of the ATO Production Process Battle Rhythm
the primary TBMCS application used to produce the ATO Theater Air Planner (TAP)
the purpose of the Execution Planning and Force Execution stage of the joint air tasking cycle Execute the ATO, enable the JFACC to direct the execution of air capabilities and forces made available for joint air operations.
the key responsibility of the COD is responsible for the execution of the current ATO
the four core teams in the COD Offensive Operations Team Defensive Operations Team Senior Intelligence Duty Officer (SIDO) Team Interface Control Team (ICT)
the C2 elements that the JAOC may coordinate with for decentralized execution of joint airoperations Air Force’s TACS Army AAGS Navy Tactical Air Control System Marine MACCS
the four levels of assessment Tactical Assessment (TA) Operational Assessment (OA) Campaign Assessment National Assessment
Determination of the effectiveness of kinetic and nonkinetic tactical military operations through empirical and objective methods. Tactical Assessment (TA)
): Evaluation of effects generated by tactical actions and other battlespace influences toward achieving component operational objectives and recommendations for future action. Operational Assessment (OA)
The JFC’s broad qualitative and analytical determination of the overall effectiveness of military operations and recommendations for future action. Campaign Assessment
Broad review of the effectiveness of national security strategy and whether national leadership’s objectives for a particular crisis or contingency are being met. National Assessment
the assessment levels that directly support assessment in the JAOC Tactical Assessment (TA) Operational Assessment (OA)
the team responsible for performing OA in the JAOC OPERATIONAL ASSESSMENT TEAM (OAT)
the JAOC division responsible for conducting OA in the JAOC Strategy Division
the four steps of the notional OA process (DMAR) define monitor analyze recommend
the seven areas of air and space power that need to be enhanced according to the Joint Forces Command Lessons Learned Report. Providing UHF TACSAT Training joint airspace training personnel at the operational level of war maturing the concepts of effects based operations performing timely, focused assessment preventing fratricide sharing information within the coalition
the three areas air and space power performed well according to the Joint Forces Command Lessons Learned Report. Jint operations over matching strike time sensitive targeting
the two types of air support requests Preplanned Immediate
air support requests are requests submitted into an ATO cycle by a designated cutoff time, before the ATO is published. Preplanned
ASRs are submitted to meet specific requests that arise during the course of operations and, which by their nature, cannot be planned in advance Immediate
Describe the flow of preplanned air support requests preplanned ASRs flow through Service channels prior to forwarding to the JAOC
Describe the flow of immediate air support requests immediate requests are normally processed through Tactical Air Control Parties (TACP)
is used to request preplanned and immediate CAS, interdiction, reconnaissance, surveillance, escort, helicopter-airlift, and other aircraft missions Air Support Request
Describe the flow of the AIRSUPREQ message flow through Service channels prior to forwarding to the JFACC
is used to provide the JFACC and Joint Force Commander (JFC) an estimate of the total air effort, to identify any excess aircraft sorties, and to identify unfilled air requirements Allocation Request
Describe the flow of the ALLOREQ message The ALLOREQ message is transmitted from the air-capable components to the JFACC
(1) In the ATO with a scheduled mission time (2) Have an assigned target or contact point (3) Have a hard target location with Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) or LAT/LONG coordinates (4) Have a target-specific ordnance load Scheduled Missions
(1) In the ATO as ground- or airborne-alert (2) Have an alert (or vulnerability) time, such as 0600-0800Z, (3) No hard launch time, Contact Point, Rendezvous Point, Target Time or Location (4) Have a flexible ordnance load for a variety of targets On-call Missions
for prosecuting targets that are detected, identified, and developed in sufficient time to schedule actions against them in joint air tasking cycle products, such as the Joint Integrated Prioritized Target List (JIPTL) and Air Tasking Order (ATO). Deliberate targeting
applies to all targeting prosecuted outside of a given day’s preplanned air tasking cycle. The Combat Operations Division has overall responsibility for implementation of DT. Dynamic Targeting
JFC validated target is of significant importance to the accomplishment of the JFC mission and objective, or presents a significant strategic or operational threat to friendly forces/allies, Time-Sensitive Targets (TST)
targets that are considered crucial for success of friendly component commanders’ missions, but are not JFC-approved TSTs. High-Payoff Targets (HPT)
who sets the basic procedural framework for TST targeting JFC
criteria the JFC uses to determine TST engagement approval authority JFC TST Guidance Documentation TST Priorities Apportionment Guidance Rules of Engagement Command and Control Structure Delegation of Engagement Approval Authority
Who typical manns the Dynamic Targeting Cell DTC Chief Deputy DTC Chief Attack Coordinator Targets Duty Officer (TDO) Targets Technician Ground Track Coordinator
the six steps of the Dynamic Targeting cycle (F2T2EA) Find, Fix, Track, Target, Engage, Assess
Detection and reporting of potential target signatures for further analysis and development. Find
Transfer of the mission/target to the supporting component target manager and, in the case of TSTs Fix
Track continuity / location data maintained. “Eyes-On” (2) Candidate platform/weapon/sensor-target pairing options. (3) Updates to target window of vulnerability and CDEs. (4) Decision to continue toward engagement. Track
Engagement approval decision Target
ATO designated attack assets to support DT; Re-role guidance (2) Rehearse means to monitor engagement; transmission of engagement order (3) C2 authority - links to various platforms and facilities (AWACS, JSTARS, Command and Reporting Center [CRC] Engage
Confirmed engagement results Assess
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