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Title: JFCOM Command Briefing


1
United States Joint Forces Command Command
Overview
Mr. John Bolino OSD/DOTE LNO to USJFCOM October
2008
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2
Joint Forces Command Mission
  • The United States Joint Forces Command provides
    mission ready Joint Capable forces and supports
    the development and integration of Joint,
    Interagency, and Multinational capabilities to
    meet the present and future operational needs
  • of the Joint Force.

3
A unique workforce, centered in Hampton Roads,
engaged globally
At a Glance
HQ USJFCOM Personnel
USJFCOM Facilities
Active
31
26
Uniformed
Norfolk
Reserve
37
Component
Government
Suffolk
Civilians
15
Contractors
69
22
  • Does not include facilities at Eglin AFB,
    MacDill AFB,
  • FT Belvoir, FT Eustis, NSWC Dahlgren

4
Joint Forces Command Components
1.1 Million Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, and Marines
Over 80 of US based General Purpose
Active and Reserve Forces
5
What We Do
  • Key Functions
  • Leading Joint Innovation Experimentation
  • Lead and coordinate DoD Experimentation
    Enterprise Activities
  • Lead the development, exploration and assessment
    of new joint concepts, organizational structures
    and emerging technologies.
  • Training the Joint Force
  • Lead agent for the CJCS exercise program for
    joint and combined operations
  • Support the Chairmans Joint Doctrine Development
    Program
  • Developing Joint Capability
  • Joint force integrator for Joint DOTMLPF
    capabilities to meet operational requirements
  • Ensuring new systems are born joint
  • Managing the Joint Command and Control (JC2)
    Capability Portfolio
  • Managing a Global Force
  • Providing Joint Force sourcing solutions to
    ensure deployment of trained and ready joint
    forces and provide operational and intelligence
    support in response to COCOMs
  • Working to Globalize the Force Management process
  • Providing dedicated COCOM/Service/Agency support
  • Doing what it takes to support the fight today


6
A Dedicated Organization
Political Advisor
1 SES
7
Transforming a Joint Force
  • Expand capacity
  • Provide capability
  • Promote integrated solutions
  • Support joint, interagency, and multinational
    operations

8
Requirements for JTFHQs Increasing
25
20
15
10
5
0
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
67 Active Joint Manning Documents
New JTF HQ Formed During Fiscal Year
JTF HQ Operational During Fiscal Year
9
Accomplishing Transformation
Enabling Capabilities
ENABLING CAPABILITIES
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The Focus Today
  • Provide Focused Support to Win the War on Terror
  • Promote Joint Transformation
  • Develop/Train Critical Joint Capabilities
  • Provide Trained and Ready Joint Forces
  • Execute Global Force Management
  • Manage Joint C2 Portfolio Provide Capable Joint
    C2
  • Enable Joint Operational Headquarters
  • Strengthen Ops/Intel/Planning Integration
  • Expand Capacity Through Partnerships

Build Joint Reach, Knowledge, and Effects to Help
Achieve Unified Action
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Drill Downs
12
Information Operations (IO) Range
Enabling Capability 1. Increases COCOM awareness
and confidence in IO capabilities 2. Increases
integration of non-kinetic effects with kinetic
warfare 3. Supports emerging IO technologies 4.
Facilitates training against IO target sets 5.
Integrates IO capabilities into Joint training,
testing, and experimentation
IO Range event support to a wide range of mission
areas has increased significantly, from 7 in FY06
to over 80 in FY08.
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IO Range site status September 2008
Information Operations Range
Whidbey Island
PNNL
Ft Lewis
INL
Offutt AFB
WPAFB
Ft Meade
NAS Fallon
Ft Monmouth
UTTR
Crane
Ft Belvior
Schriever AFB
Ft Irwin
NPS
PAX River
Ft Leavenworth
China Lake
Dahlgren
JWFC
Edwards AFB
Nellis AFB
ORNL
Kirtland AFB
Point Mugu
San Diego, CA
Redstone Arsenal
Ft Huachuca
Ft Hood
Pearl City, HI
Lackland AFB
Barksdale AFB
Eglin AFB
Hurlburt AFB
MacDill AFB
Canberra, AU
  • IO Range
  • Increases COCOM awareness and confidence in IO
    capabilities
  • Increases integration of non-kinetic effects with
    kinetic warfare
  • Supports emerging IO technologies
  • Facilitates training against IO targets sets
  • Integrates IO capabilities into Joint training,
    testing, and experimentation

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Command, Control, Communications and Computers
Fueling Transformational Engines
  • Net Centric Functional Capability Board (NC
    FCB)
  • USJFCOM Satellite Resource Management
  • Wireless CONOPS / Joint Tactical Radio System
    (JTRS)
  • Wideband Gapfiller Satellite (WGS) System
  • Global Broadcast Service (GBS)
  • Joint Data Integration / Network Operations
  • Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF)
  • Mobile User Objective System (MUOS) / IW
  • Information Assurance
  • Enhanced Polar Satellite (EPS) System
  • Transformational Communications Satellite
  • Joint Users Interoperability Comms Event (JUICE)
  • DoD Interoperability Certification Exercise
    (DICE)
  • Joint Internet Protocol (IP) Modem
  • Teleport/Standardized Tactical Entry Point (STEP)
  • Coalition Warriors Interoperability
    Demonstration (CWID)
  • Multi National Information Sharing (MNIS)
  • Joint Component Level C4I Training
  • Joint COMSEC Management Office (JCMO)
  • Joint Frequency Management Office (JFMO)
  • Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)

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Joint Intelligence Operations Center
Transformation
Integrating Intelligence, Operations and Plans
to increase combat effectiveness
  • Development
  • Concepts and Experimentation cross agency and
    components
  • Doctrine that guides fused intelligence and
    operations
  • Tactics, Techniques Procedures and best
    practices
  • Measures of Effectiveness
  • Training Ground for COCOMs
  • Incorporating
  • Lessons learned
  • Assessments
  • New methodologies
  • Integrating new technologies
  • Intelligence Campaign Plan
  • Intelligence Task List Tool
  • Joint Intelligence Operations Capability Iraq
  • Joint Command Post of the Future
  • Joint Battlespace Awareness ISR Integration
    Capability (JBAIIC)

...to increase the speed, power, combat
effectiveness of DoD operations
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Joint TrainingJoint Warfighting Center
Realistic training in a joint context, revise and
adapt through lessons learned and technologies
  • The Joint Training Enterprise
  • Operational arm of Joint training
  • Deliver trained, capable, and interoperable joint
    forces
  • Lead individual and collective joint Training
    Transformation
  • Training the Joint Forces
  • Mission rehearsal exercises for
  • Afghanistan, Iraq, and the Horn
  • of Africa
  • COCOMs joint training events
  • Distributive learning capabilities
  • Shaping senior military leadership Keystone,
    Capstone, and Pinnacle Joint Operation Modules
  • Impact on the Warfighter
  • Ensure we train as we fight by providing the
    integrating environment for services,
    Interagency, and coalition forces
  • Provide the foundation for success in real-world
    operations

Coordinate joint training efforts to advance and
empower the force
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17
Joint Warfare Analysis Center
Provide combatant commanders with actionable
solutions to further their engagement plans and
our national security.
  • Support
  • Combatant Command, Joint Staff, Other Customers
  • Unique Force (500)
  • 141 Engineers
  • 162 Scientists
  • 53 Military
  • 193 Management and Support
  • Mission is achieved with quantitative
    methodologies and scientific and engineering
    principles to provide
  • Analytic support to the current conflict
  • Effects based technical solutions and
    other engagement options
  • Holistic approach
  • System interdependencies
  • Secondary effects
  • Strategic to tactical linkages
  • Methodologies developed and continually enhanced
    to yield
  • Strategic/operational recommendations
  • Key nodes identification
  • Physical Non-physical
  • Engagement solutions
  • Weapons integration and assessment
  • Engagement effects
  • Course of action contrast and comparison
  • External coordination and collaboration
  • Dedicated COCOM liaisons
  • Intelligence community IC liaisons

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Joint Systems Integration Command
State of the art environment to enable rapid
development, assessment and integration
  • Focused on solving Joint C2 integration and
    interoperability challenges
  • Combatant Commanders
  • Allied and Coalition partners
  • Services
  • DISA, DARPA, NSA
  • Positioned to conduct Joint capability
    portfolio analysis and assessment
  • Joint Mission Thread
  • Emerging capability analysis
  • On-the-Move and Wireless capability integration
  • Collaborative Tools

Coalition Collection Management
  • Incorporates Joint, Coalition, Multinational and
    Interagency
  • Includes distributed Service nodes
  • Provides unique JTF Headquarters environment
  • Assessor for Joint C2 improvements and future
    developments

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Joint Fires Integration and Interoperability Team
Improving tactical Joint fires via integration,
digital interoperability and TTPs
  • Holistic approach to improving Joint fires
  • Effective target acquisition
  • Command and control
  • Interoperable firing systems
  • Yielding enhanced combat effectiveness and
    reducing fratricide and collateral damage
  • Capability improvements
  • Assess current and emergent capabilities
  • Develop/refine Joint Tactics, Techniques, and
    Procedures (TTP) and doctrine
  • Training improvements
  • Assess Joint context, training capability, Joint
    task execution provide results
  • Develop Joint fires training material/instruction

Delivering Joint solutions for Joint Fires issues
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20
Joint Technology Exploration Center
Full service modeling and simulation laboratory
  • Providing
  • Methodologies and process testing
  • Commercial and government off the shelf software
    utilization
  • Accelerated progress through technology sharing
  • Reconfigurable and expandable facilities
  • Near term Capabilities
  • Joint National Training Capability (JNTC) MS
    design
  • SOCJFCOM Training and Development Center
  • Joint Innovation Experimentation prototype
    and developmental activities
  • Mid-term Capabilities
  • System Demo Area
  • Joint Intelligence Lab
  • Knowledge Exchange Center

Transformation through technology exploration
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Joint Center for Operational Analysis
Collect, analyze and immediately integrate
identified operational improvements
  • Tailored, rapidly deployable teams (worldwide)
    with multi-disciplined operations analysts
  • Active collection from ongoing operations
  • Robust and timely analysis of operational issues
  • Application of selected findings to the Joint
    requirements process
  • Provides a unique capability - operational
    lessons learned
  • SECDEF-Directed Studies
  • Iraq Major and Post Major Combat
  • Operations (Mar 2003-Jun 2004)
  • Iraq Phase III to Phase IV Transition
  • Iraqi Perspectives Project
  • Combatant Commander Support
  • Operation Iraqi Freedom
  • Operation Enduring Freedom
  • Consequence Management
  • Humanitarian Assistance/Disaster Relief
  • Knowledge and Information Fusion Exchange (KnIFE)
  • Fuses Asymmetric threat databases, best
    practices, tactics, techniques and procedures
    into focused knowledge for warfighters currently
    focused on IEDs

Observe-Adapt-Dominate
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Joint Command and Control Capability Portfolio
Management
Deliver integrated joint C2 capabilities, improve
interoperability and efficiency, reduce
redundancies and gaps, and increase joint
operational effectiveness
  • Prioritize joint warfighter needs
  • Manage portfolio capability contributions
    integrated C2 capability development
  • Optimize C2 business decisions
  • Enable Born Joint
  • Authoritative joint architecture, data
  • and standards
  • Promote interoperable and integrated C2
  • capability development
  • Direct and persistent coupling of warfighter
    needs to capabilities development
  • Put capabilities into warfighters hands now!

Providing robust, interoperable and integrated
Joint C2 capabilities
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Joint Innovation and ExperimentationJoint
Futures Laboratory
Development, exploration, and assessment of new
joint concepts, organizational structures and
emerging technologies
  • The Joint Innovation and Experimentation
    Enterprise
  • Joint Concepts (Ways of Operating)
  • Joint Capabilities (Means of Operating)
  • Integrating Environment for transformation
    activities
  • Enterprise Inputs from DOD, Interagency and
    Multinational partners
  • From Warfighter Challenge to Solutions
  • Experimentation Enterprise and Environment
  • Joint Operating/Integrating/Enabling Concepts
  • Modeling and Simulations
  • Deliver Joint Solutions

Unique joint solutions to the problems our
partners are trying to solve
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Joint Urban Operations Office
USJFCOM DoD Executive Agent to lead,
coordinate, and integrate doctrine, organization,
training, and equipment activities in conducting
the full range of joint urban operations
  • DOD JUO Program
  • Joint Urban Operations Office
  • JUO Senior Advisory Committee
  • JUO Network
  • OSD, Joint Staff, Services, Combatant Commands,
    Interagency, Multinational, Academia, Industry
  • Business Practices
  • Leverage, seed, prioritize, advocate, and support
    the urban efforts of multiple partner
    organizations to accomplish the EA mission
  • Improve interoperability in the urban ops arena
    through cooperation and integration with
    interagency and multinational partners
  • Focus - Improving Urban Capabilities
  • Battlespace Awareness
  • Command, Control, and
  • Communications Capabilities
  • Force Application
  • Transformation Venues
  • Lessons Learned Joint Training
  • Joint Concept Development Experimentation
  • Research Development/Science Technology

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Joint Training
  • Conducts Joint Worldwide Training Synchronization
    Conference
  • Provided a forum to present and resolve joint
    training and exercise issues
  • Improved COCOM, Service, and Interagency
    Partnerships
  • Revising Joint Training Plan
  • Guidance for the planning, execution and
    assessment of Joint training
  • Interagency Joint Exercise Catalog
  • Individual Training and Education Catalog
  • Expanding Joint Training Exercise Network
  • Delivering distributed training to the global
    user
  • Conducting Mission Rehearsal Exercises
  • Allows warfighters to rehearse upcoming
    operations in simulation of actual environment
  • UNIFIED ENDEAVOR 06-02 (OIF)
  • CJTF Horn of Africa 06-01 (HOA)
  • UNIFIED ENDEAVOR 07-01 (OEF)
  • UNIFIED ENDEAVOR 07-02 (OIF)
  • CJTF Horn of Africa 07-01 (HOA)

FY06/07 Executed 29 Major Events Supported 25
COCOM Events
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Joint Training
  • Developing Joint Knowledge Online (JKO)
  • Joint Training through distance learning
  • Available to Joint and Multi-national audiences
  • Speeds training of Individual Augmentees
  • Providing Joint Individual Deployment Training
  • Joint Individual Augmentee Training Program
  • Enhanced Distance Learning through JKO
  • Supports Joint Deployment Training (JDTC)
  • Provides Global Command and Control System -
    Joint (GCCS-J) functional training and Joint
    Deployment Process education
  • Establishing Information Operations (IO) Range
  • Secures training and simulation environment to
    replicate the real-world IO environment
  • Joint Information Operations Planning
  • Conducting Specialized Intelligence Training

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Office of Research and Technology Applications
(ORTA)
Mechanisms for Engaging with Non-Federal
Government Organizations
Technology Transfer Authorities
Industry Engagement
  • Annual Industry Symposium
  • Focused Forums (Live and Webcast)
  • Capability Demonstrations
  • Capability Presentations
  • USJFCOM Web Site
  • Industry Surveys
  • Cooperative Research and Development Agreements
    (CRADAs)
  • Education Partnership Agreements (EPA)
  • Commercial Test Agreements
  • Personnel Exchanges
  • Licensing Agreements

Small Businesses
FAR-Based Mechanisms
  • Managed by JFCOM Contracts Administration
    Management Office (CAMO)
  • Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and
    Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Awards

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28
Cooperative Research and Development Agreements
(CRADAs)
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Cooperative Research and Development Agreements
(CRADAs)
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Developing Solutions Which Enhance Effective
Joint, Coalition, Interagency Operations And
Interoperability
  • Services
  • Hosted Bi-monthly Component Commanders Meetings
  • Joint Command Post of the Future
  • Maritime Domain Awareness
  • Joint Expeditionary Force Experiment
  • Joint Urban Warrior
  • Multinational
  • 81 Officers Representing 47 Nations
  • Coalition Warrior Interoperability
    Demonstration
  • NATO School Modeling Simulation
  • Command Group Hosted 140 visits in FY06/07
  • Interagency
  • Building Partnership Capacity Roadmap
  • Drafted an Interagency Engagement Plan
  • Command Group Hosted 34 visits in FY06/07

Expanding DoDs Capacity for Partnerships and
Operations
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USJFCOM Multinational Collaboration As of 7 Sep
2007
19 Nations with Bilateral MOU/A with USJFCOM - 29
Representatives (Exchange/Foreign Liaison
Officers)
Jordan 1 (J7)
Morocco 1 (J7)
Australia 1 (J8)
Canada 2 (J7/J9)
Finland 2 (J8/J9)
Germany 3 (J9)
Israel 1 (J9)
Denmark 1(J9)
Japan 2 (J8/J9)
Hungary 1(J9)
Italy 1(J9)
Sweden 2 (J9/JPRA)
UK 3 (J7/J8/J9)
Singapore 1 (J9)
Poland 1 (J9)
Romania 1 (J7)
Spain 1 (J9)
Portugal 1 (J9)
8 Nations pursuing Bilateral MOU/A with USJFCOM 3
Visitors/Representatives at JFCOM
3 Nations with Additional-Duty Relationship
with USJFCOM
Mexico 1 (USFF)
Sweden 1 (ACT)
Brazil 1 (USFF)
Pakistan (J7)
Thailand
Algeria
France 2 (J7/J9)
Greece 1 Gapped (J9)
Czech Republic
Qatar
Additional Opportunities for Multinational
Collaboration Not attached to USJFCOM
23 NATO Nations with Local National Liaison
Representatives (NLR) to Allied Command
Transformation - 35 Representatives
Belgium 1
Bulgaria 2
Canada 1
Czech Republic 2
Denmark 1
Estonia 1
France 2
Germany 2
Greece 1
Hungary 2
Italy 2
Latvia 1
Lithuania 1
Netherlands 1
Norway 2
Poland 2
Portugal 1
Romania 2
Slovakia 2
Slovenia 2
Spain 2
Turkey 1
UK 1
10 Partnership for Peace Nations with NLR to ACT
- 10 Representatives
1 Partnership for Peace Nation 1 Representative
Austria 1
Albania 1
Armenia 1
Azerbaijan 1
Finland 1
Macedonia 1
Croatia 1
Ukraine 1
Switzerland 1
Sweden 1
Georgia 1
7 Latin American Nations at U.S. Fleet Forces
Command - 7 Representatives
Argentina 1
Brazil 1
Chile 1
Ecuador 1
Mexico 1
Peru 1
Colombia 1
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JNTC Process (Our Playbook)
Identify capable Service/COCOM programs
Develop Tasks (UJTL)
Accredit Programs and Certify Sites and Systems
Gather Warfighter Requirements
Identify and validate program shortfalls
Assess success
Identify solutions to shortfalls (Mitigation)
Execute joint training
Apply funding to fix shortfalls and incentivize
programs
Integrate solutions
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JNTC IN THE AGGREGATE (Current Status)
39 CONNECTED JTEN SITES 2 SITES (IN-PROCESS) 6
SITES PROGRAMMED FOR FY08
8 ACCREDITED COCOM JOINT TRAINING PROGRAMS JFCOM
UE EUCOM NORTHCOM PACOM SOCOM SOUTHCOM STRATCOM TR
ANSCOM
28 CERTIFIED SITES 25 CERTIFIED SYSTEMS
93 ACCREDITED TASKS
600 SERVICE AND COCOM JOINT TRAINING SHORTFALLS
GLOBAL COLLABORATIVE INFORMATION ENVIRONMENT
45 ON-SITE SUPPORT ELEMENTS
156 SOLUTIONS IMPLEMENTED
JNTC
180 SOLUTIONS GENERATED
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JCD Campaign Plan Construct
Guidance
J84 JCTE
Full Life Cycle Approach to CPM
35
Capability Development Integrated JCCD/FDCE
Process
USJFCOM J8
Verify
Assess
Identify
Prioritize
Develop
Capability Definition Packages (CDP)
Articulate needs for materiel solution (translate
warfighter rqmnts to acquisition/engineering
speak) Identify DOT_LPF-P capability requirements
and data needs, to include implications /
shortfalls
Warfighters
Avenues for collecting needs
Validate
Develop
( continued )
Federated Development Certification Environment
(FDCE)
Graduation
OTA Assessments
CM
CM
CM
Development Piloting
Operational Piloting
User Acceptance (Capability Waiver Adjustment -
i.e., KPPs, KSAs, non-KPPs, MCPs, as required)
Potential Joint net-enabled solutionstested,
evaluated, refined as required, and
certified DOT_LPF-P revision as required
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JCCD Tasks / Principles
  • In collaboration with the Joint Staff, COCOMs,
    Services, and Agencies
  • Do no harm ensure no degradation of current
    warfighter capability
  • Represent the warfighting operational community
  • Define C2 capability needs through JCIDS process
  • Migrate GCCS Family of Systems to NECC
  • Identify and coordinate Doctrine, Organization,
    Training, Materiel, Leadership Development/Awarene
    ss, Personnel, Facilities, and Policy (DOTMLPF-P)
    capability needs
  • Identify and refine data exchange standards,
    vocabularies and authoritative data sources for
    joint capability needs
  • Mitigate risk by continued engagement throughout
    the development and testing process
  • Ensure synchronized fielding across the
    enterprise

Focus on Continuous Process Improvement
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Questions?
38
Contact Information
John V. Bolino Liaison Officer DOTE to
USJFCOM Office of the Secretary of Defense United
States Joint Forces Command

Cml (757) 203-7513/ DSN 668-7513 Mobile (757)
353-9037 Fax (757) 203-7810/DSN
668-7810 Emailjohn.bolino_at_jfcom.mil Email
john.bolino_at_osd.mil
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Title: JFCOM Command Briefing


1
United States Joint Forces Command Command
Overview
Mr. John Bolino OSD/DOTE LNO to USJFCOM October
2008
1
2
Joint Forces Command Mission
  • The United States Joint Forces Command provides
    mission ready Joint Capable forces and supports
    the development and integration of Joint,
    Interagency, and Multinational capabilities to
    meet the present and future operational needs
  • of the Joint Force.

3
A unique workforce, centered in Hampton Roads,
engaged globally
At a Glance
HQ USJFCOM Personnel
USJFCOM Facilities
Active
31
26
Uniformed
Norfolk
Reserve
37
Component
Government
Suffolk
Civilians
15
Contractors
69
22
  • Does not include facilities at Eglin AFB,
    MacDill AFB,
  • FT Belvoir, FT Eustis, NSWC Dahlgren

4
Joint Forces Command Components
1.1 Million Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, and Marines
Over 80 of US based General Purpose
Active and Reserve Forces
5
What We Do
  • Key Functions
  • Leading Joint Innovation Experimentation
  • Lead and coordinate DoD Experimentation
    Enterprise Activities
  • Lead the development, exploration and assessment
    of new joint concepts, organizational structures
    and emerging technologies.
  • Training the Joint Force
  • Lead agent for the CJCS exercise program for
    joint and combined operations
  • Support the Chairmans Joint Doctrine Development
    Program
  • Developing Joint Capability
  • Joint force integrator for Joint DOTMLPF
    capabilities to meet operational requirements
  • Ensuring new systems are born joint
  • Managing the Joint Command and Control (JC2)
    Capability Portfolio
  • Managing a Global Force
  • Providing Joint Force sourcing solutions to
    ensure deployment of trained and ready joint
    forces and provide operational and intelligence
    support in response to COCOMs
  • Working to Globalize the Force Management process
  • Providing dedicated COCOM/Service/Agency support
  • Doing what it takes to support the fight today


6
A Dedicated Organization
Political Advisor
1 SES
7
Transforming a Joint Force
  • Expand capacity
  • Provide capability
  • Promote integrated solutions
  • Support joint, interagency, and multinational
    operations

8
Requirements for JTFHQs Increasing
25
20
15
10
5
0
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
67 Active Joint Manning Documents
New JTF HQ Formed During Fiscal Year
JTF HQ Operational During Fiscal Year
9
Accomplishing Transformation
Enabling Capabilities
ENABLING CAPABILITIES
10
The Focus Today
  • Provide Focused Support to Win the War on Terror
  • Promote Joint Transformation
  • Develop/Train Critical Joint Capabilities
  • Provide Trained and Ready Joint Forces
  • Execute Global Force Management
  • Manage Joint C2 Portfolio Provide Capable Joint
    C2
  • Enable Joint Operational Headquarters
  • Strengthen Ops/Intel/Planning Integration
  • Expand Capacity Through Partnerships

Build Joint Reach, Knowledge, and Effects to Help
Achieve Unified Action
11
Drill Downs
12
Information Operations (IO) Range
Enabling Capability 1. Increases COCOM awareness
and confidence in IO capabilities 2. Increases
integration of non-kinetic effects with kinetic
warfare 3. Supports emerging IO technologies 4.
Facilitates training against IO target sets 5.
Integrates IO capabilities into Joint training,
testing, and experimentation
IO Range event support to a wide range of mission
areas has increased significantly, from 7 in FY06
to over 80 in FY08.
13
IO Range site status September 2008
Information Operations Range
Whidbey Island
PNNL
Ft Lewis
INL
Offutt AFB
WPAFB
Ft Meade
NAS Fallon
Ft Monmouth
UTTR
Crane
Ft Belvior
Schriever AFB
Ft Irwin
NPS
PAX River
Ft Leavenworth
China Lake
Dahlgren
JWFC
Edwards AFB
Nellis AFB
ORNL
Kirtland AFB
Point Mugu
San Diego, CA
Redstone Arsenal
Ft Huachuca
Ft Hood
Pearl City, HI
Lackland AFB
Barksdale AFB
Eglin AFB
Hurlburt AFB
MacDill AFB
Canberra, AU
  • IO Range
  • Increases COCOM awareness and confidence in IO
    capabilities
  • Increases integration of non-kinetic effects with
    kinetic warfare
  • Supports emerging IO technologies
  • Facilitates training against IO targets sets
  • Integrates IO capabilities into Joint training,
    testing, and experimentation

14
Command, Control, Communications and Computers
Fueling Transformational Engines
  • Net Centric Functional Capability Board (NC
    FCB)
  • USJFCOM Satellite Resource Management
  • Wireless CONOPS / Joint Tactical Radio System
    (JTRS)
  • Wideband Gapfiller Satellite (WGS) System
  • Global Broadcast Service (GBS)
  • Joint Data Integration / Network Operations
  • Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF)
  • Mobile User Objective System (MUOS) / IW
  • Information Assurance
  • Enhanced Polar Satellite (EPS) System
  • Transformational Communications Satellite
  • Joint Users Interoperability Comms Event (JUICE)
  • DoD Interoperability Certification Exercise
    (DICE)
  • Joint Internet Protocol (IP) Modem
  • Teleport/Standardized Tactical Entry Point (STEP)
  • Coalition Warriors Interoperability
    Demonstration (CWID)
  • Multi National Information Sharing (MNIS)
  • Joint Component Level C4I Training
  • Joint COMSEC Management Office (JCMO)
  • Joint Frequency Management Office (JFMO)
  • Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)

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Joint Intelligence Operations Center
Transformation
Integrating Intelligence, Operations and Plans
to increase combat effectiveness
  • Development
  • Concepts and Experimentation cross agency and
    components
  • Doctrine that guides fused intelligence and
    operations
  • Tactics, Techniques Procedures and best
    practices
  • Measures of Effectiveness
  • Training Ground for COCOMs
  • Incorporating
  • Lessons learned
  • Assessments
  • New methodologies
  • Integrating new technologies
  • Intelligence Campaign Plan
  • Intelligence Task List Tool
  • Joint Intelligence Operations Capability Iraq
  • Joint Command Post of the Future
  • Joint Battlespace Awareness ISR Integration
    Capability (JBAIIC)

...to increase the speed, power, combat
effectiveness of DoD operations
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Joint TrainingJoint Warfighting Center
Realistic training in a joint context, revise and
adapt through lessons learned and technologies
  • The Joint Training Enterprise
  • Operational arm of Joint training
  • Deliver trained, capable, and interoperable joint
    forces
  • Lead individual and collective joint Training
    Transformation
  • Training the Joint Forces
  • Mission rehearsal exercises for
  • Afghanistan, Iraq, and the Horn
  • of Africa
  • COCOMs joint training events
  • Distributive learning capabilities
  • Shaping senior military leadership Keystone,
    Capstone, and Pinnacle Joint Operation Modules
  • Impact on the Warfighter
  • Ensure we train as we fight by providing the
    integrating environment for services,
    Interagency, and coalition forces
  • Provide the foundation for success in real-world
    operations

Coordinate joint training efforts to advance and
empower the force
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Joint Warfare Analysis Center
Provide combatant commanders with actionable
solutions to further their engagement plans and
our national security.
  • Support
  • Combatant Command, Joint Staff, Other Customers
  • Unique Force (500)
  • 141 Engineers
  • 162 Scientists
  • 53 Military
  • 193 Management and Support
  • Mission is achieved with quantitative
    methodologies and scientific and engineering
    principles to provide
  • Analytic support to the current conflict
  • Effects based technical solutions and
    other engagement options
  • Holistic approach
  • System interdependencies
  • Secondary effects
  • Strategic to tactical linkages
  • Methodologies developed and continually enhanced
    to yield
  • Strategic/operational recommendations
  • Key nodes identification
  • Physical Non-physical
  • Engagement solutions
  • Weapons integration and assessment
  • Engagement effects
  • Course of action contrast and comparison
  • External coordination and collaboration
  • Dedicated COCOM liaisons
  • Intelligence community IC liaisons

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Joint Systems Integration Command
State of the art environment to enable rapid
development, assessment and integration
  • Focused on solving Joint C2 integration and
    interoperability challenges
  • Combatant Commanders
  • Allied and Coalition partners
  • Services
  • DISA, DARPA, NSA
  • Positioned to conduct Joint capability
    portfolio analysis and assessment
  • Joint Mission Thread
  • Emerging capability analysis
  • On-the-Move and Wireless capability integration
  • Collaborative Tools

Coalition Collection Management
  • Incorporates Joint, Coalition, Multinational and
    Interagency
  • Includes distributed Service nodes
  • Provides unique JTF Headquarters environment
  • Assessor for Joint C2 improvements and future
    developments

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Joint Fires Integration and Interoperability Team
Improving tactical Joint fires via integration,
digital interoperability and TTPs
  • Holistic approach to improving Joint fires
  • Effective target acquisition
  • Command and control
  • Interoperable firing systems
  • Yielding enhanced combat effectiveness and
    reducing fratricide and collateral damage
  • Capability improvements
  • Assess current and emergent capabilities
  • Develop/refine Joint Tactics, Techniques, and
    Procedures (TTP) and doctrine
  • Training improvements
  • Assess Joint context, training capability, Joint
    task execution provide results
  • Develop Joint fires training material/instruction

Delivering Joint solutions for Joint Fires issues
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Joint Technology Exploration Center
Full service modeling and simulation laboratory
  • Providing
  • Methodologies and process testing
  • Commercial and government off the shelf software
    utilization
  • Accelerated progress through technology sharing
  • Reconfigurable and expandable facilities
  • Near term Capabilities
  • Joint National Training Capability (JNTC) MS
    design
  • SOCJFCOM Training and Development Center
  • Joint Innovation Experimentation prototype
    and developmental activities
  • Mid-term Capabilities
  • System Demo Area
  • Joint Intelligence Lab
  • Knowledge Exchange Center

Transformation through technology exploration
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Joint Center for Operational Analysis
Collect, analyze and immediately integrate
identified operational improvements
  • Tailored, rapidly deployable teams (worldwide)
    with multi-disciplined operations analysts
  • Active collection from ongoing operations
  • Robust and timely analysis of operational issues
  • Application of selected findings to the Joint
    requirements process
  • Provides a unique capability - operational
    lessons learned
  • SECDEF-Directed Studies
  • Iraq Major and Post Major Combat
  • Operations (Mar 2003-Jun 2004)
  • Iraq Phase III to Phase IV Transition
  • Iraqi Perspectives Project
  • Combatant Commander Support
  • Operation Iraqi Freedom
  • Operation Enduring Freedom
  • Consequence Management
  • Humanitarian Assistance/Disaster Relief
  • Knowledge and Information Fusion Exchange (KnIFE)
  • Fuses Asymmetric threat databases, best
    practices, tactics, techniques and procedures
    into focused knowledge for warfighters currently
    focused on IEDs

Observe-Adapt-Dominate
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Joint Command and Control Capability Portfolio
Management
Deliver integrated joint C2 capabilities, improve
interoperability and efficiency, reduce
redundancies and gaps, and increase joint
operational effectiveness
  • Prioritize joint warfighter needs
  • Manage portfolio capability contributions
    integrated C2 capability development
  • Optimize C2 business decisions
  • Enable Born Joint
  • Authoritative joint architecture, data
  • and standards
  • Promote interoperable and integrated C2
  • capability development
  • Direct and persistent coupling of warfighter
    needs to capabilities development
  • Put capabilities into warfighters hands now!

Providing robust, interoperable and integrated
Joint C2 capabilities
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Joint Innovation and ExperimentationJoint
Futures Laboratory
Development, exploration, and assessment of new
joint concepts, organizational structures and
emerging technologies
  • The Joint Innovation and Experimentation
    Enterprise
  • Joint Concepts (Ways of Operating)
  • Joint Capabilities (Means of Operating)
  • Integrating Environment for transformation
    activities
  • Enterprise Inputs from DOD, Interagency and
    Multinational partners
  • From Warfighter Challenge to Solutions
  • Experimentation Enterprise and Environment
  • Joint Operating/Integrating/Enabling Concepts
  • Modeling and Simulations
  • Deliver Joint Solutions

Unique joint solutions to the problems our
partners are trying to solve
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Joint Urban Operations Office
USJFCOM DoD Executive Agent to lead,
coordinate, and integrate doctrine, organization,
training, and equipment activities in conducting
the full range of joint urban operations
  • DOD JUO Program
  • Joint Urban Operations Office
  • JUO Senior Advisory Committee
  • JUO Network
  • OSD, Joint Staff, Services, Combatant Commands,
    Interagency, Multinational, Academia, Industry
  • Business Practices
  • Leverage, seed, prioritize, advocate, and support
    the urban efforts of multiple partner
    organizations to accomplish the EA mission
  • Improve interoperability in the urban ops arena
    through cooperation and integration with
    interagency and multinational partners
  • Focus - Improving Urban Capabilities
  • Battlespace Awareness
  • Command, Control, and
  • Communications Capabilities
  • Force Application
  • Transformation Venues
  • Lessons Learned Joint Training
  • Joint Concept Development Experimentation
  • Research Development/Science Technology

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Joint Training
  • Conducts Joint Worldwide Training Synchronization
    Conference
  • Provided a forum to present and resolve joint
    training and exercise issues
  • Improved COCOM, Service, and Interagency
    Partnerships
  • Revising Joint Training Plan
  • Guidance for the planning, execution and
    assessment of Joint training
  • Interagency Joint Exercise Catalog
  • Individual Training and Education Catalog
  • Expanding Joint Training Exercise Network
  • Delivering distributed training to the global
    user
  • Conducting Mission Rehearsal Exercises
  • Allows warfighters to rehearse upcoming
    operations in simulation of actual environment
  • UNIFIED ENDEAVOR 06-02 (OIF)
  • CJTF Horn of Africa 06-01 (HOA)
  • UNIFIED ENDEAVOR 07-01 (OEF)
  • UNIFIED ENDEAVOR 07-02 (OIF)
  • CJTF Horn of Africa 07-01 (HOA)

FY06/07 Executed 29 Major Events Supported 25
COCOM Events
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Joint Training
  • Developing Joint Knowledge Online (JKO)
  • Joint Training through distance learning
  • Available to Joint and Multi-national audiences
  • Speeds training of Individual Augmentees
  • Providing Joint Individual Deployment Training
  • Joint Individual Augmentee Training Program
  • Enhanced Distance Learning through JKO
  • Supports Joint Deployment Training (JDTC)
  • Provides Global Command and Control System -
    Joint (GCCS-J) functional training and Joint
    Deployment Process education
  • Establishing Information Operations (IO) Range
  • Secures training and simulation environment to
    replicate the real-world IO environment
  • Joint Information Operations Planning
  • Conducting Specialized Intelligence Training

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Office of Research and Technology Applications
(ORTA)
Mechanisms for Engaging with Non-Federal
Government Organizations
Technology Transfer Authorities
Industry Engagement
  • Annual Industry Symposium
  • Focused Forums (Live and Webcast)
  • Capability Demonstrations
  • Capability Presentations
  • USJFCOM Web Site
  • Industry Surveys
  • Cooperative Research and Development Agreements
    (CRADAs)
  • Education Partnership Agreements (EPA)
  • Commercial Test Agreements
  • Personnel Exchanges
  • Licensing Agreements

Small Businesses
FAR-Based Mechanisms
  • Managed by JFCOM Contracts Administration
    Management Office (CAMO)
  • Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and
    Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Awards

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Cooperative Research and Development Agreements
(CRADAs)
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Cooperative Research and Development Agreements
(CRADAs)
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Developing Solutions Which Enhance Effective
Joint, Coalition, Interagency Operations And
Interoperability
  • Services
  • Hosted Bi-monthly Component Commanders Meetings
  • Joint Command Post of the Future
  • Maritime Domain Awareness
  • Joint Expeditionary Force Experiment
  • Joint Urban Warrior
  • Multinational
  • 81 Officers Representing 47 Nations
  • Coalition Warrior Interoperability
    Demonstration
  • NATO School Modeling Simulation
  • Command Group Hosted 140 visits in FY06/07
  • Interagency
  • Building Partnership Capacity Roadmap
  • Drafted an Interagency Engagement Plan
  • Command Group Hosted 34 visits in FY06/07

Expanding DoDs Capacity for Partnerships and
Operations
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USJFCOM Multinational Collaboration As of 7 Sep
2007
19 Nations with Bilateral MOU/A with USJFCOM - 29
Representatives (Exchange/Foreign Liaison
Officers)
Jordan 1 (J7)
Morocco 1 (J7)
Australia 1 (J8)
Canada 2 (J7/J9)
Finland 2 (J8/J9)
Germany 3 (J9)
Israel 1 (J9)
Denmark 1(J9)
Japan 2 (J8/J9)
Hungary 1(J9)
Italy 1(J9)
Sweden 2 (J9/JPRA)
UK 3 (J7/J8/J9)
Singapore 1 (J9)
Poland 1 (J9)
Romania 1 (J7)
Spain 1 (J9)
Portugal 1 (J9)
8 Nations pursuing Bilateral MOU/A with USJFCOM 3
Visitors/Representatives at JFCOM
3 Nations with Additional-Duty Relationship
with USJFCOM
Mexico 1 (USFF)
Sweden 1 (ACT)
Brazil 1 (USFF)
Pakistan (J7)
Thailand
Algeria
France 2 (J7/J9)
Greece 1 Gapped (J9)
Czech Republic
Qatar
Additional Opportunities for Multinational
Collaboration Not attached to USJFCOM
23 NATO Nations with Local National Liaison
Representatives (NLR) to Allied Command
Transformation - 35 Representatives
Belgium 1
Bulgaria 2
Canada 1
Czech Republic 2
Denmark 1
Estonia 1
France 2
Germany 2
Greece 1
Hungary 2
Italy 2
Latvia 1
Lithuania 1
Netherlands 1
Norway 2
Poland 2
Portugal 1
Romania 2
Slovakia 2
Slovenia 2
Spain 2
Turkey 1
UK 1
10 Partnership for Peace Nations with NLR to ACT
- 10 Representatives
1 Partnership for Peace Nation 1 Representative
Austria 1
Albania 1
Armenia 1
Azerbaijan 1
Finland 1
Macedonia 1
Croatia 1
Ukraine 1
Switzerland 1
Sweden 1
Georgia 1
7 Latin American Nations at U.S. Fleet Forces
Command - 7 Representatives
Argentina 1
Brazil 1
Chile 1
Ecuador 1
Mexico 1
Peru 1
Colombia 1
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JNTC Process (Our Playbook)
Identify capable Service/COCOM programs
Develop Tasks (UJTL)
Accredit Programs and Certify Sites and Systems
Gather Warfighter Requirements
Identify and validate program shortfalls
Assess success
Identify solutions to shortfalls (Mitigation)
Execute joint training
Apply funding to fix shortfalls and incentivize
programs
Integrate solutions
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JNTC IN THE AGGREGATE (Current Status)
39 CONNECTED JTEN SITES 2 SITES (IN-PROCESS) 6
SITES PROGRAMMED FOR FY08
8 ACCREDITED COCOM JOINT TRAINING PROGRAMS JFCOM
UE EUCOM NORTHCOM PACOM SOCOM SOUTHCOM STRATCOM TR
ANSCOM
28 CERTIFIED SITES 25 CERTIFIED SYSTEMS
93 ACCREDITED TASKS
600 SERVICE AND COCOM JOINT TRAINING SHORTFALLS
GLOBAL COLLABORATIVE INFORMATION ENVIRONMENT
45 ON-SITE SUPPORT ELEMENTS
156 SOLUTIONS IMPLEMENTED
JNTC
180 SOLUTIONS GENERATED
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JCD Campaign Plan Construct
Guidance
J84 JCTE
Full Life Cycle Approach to CPM
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Capability Development Integrated JCCD/FDCE
Process
USJFCOM J8
Verify
Assess
Identify
Prioritize
Develop
Capability Definition Packages (CDP)
Articulate needs for materiel solution (translate
warfighter rqmnts to acquisition/engineering
speak) Identify DOT_LPF-P capability requirements
and data needs, to include implications /
shortfalls
Warfighters
Avenues for collecting needs
Validate
Develop
( continued )
Federated Development Certification Environment
(FDCE)
Graduation
OTA Assessments
CM
CM
CM
Development Piloting
Operational Piloting
User Acceptance (Capability Waiver Adjustment -
i.e., KPPs, KSAs, non-KPPs, MCPs, as required)
Potential Joint net-enabled solutionstested,
evaluated, refined as required, and
certified DOT_LPF-P revision as required
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JCCD Tasks / Principles
  • In collaboration with the Joint Staff, COCOMs,
    Services, and Agencies
  • Do no harm ensure no degradation of current
    warfighter capability
  • Represent the warfighting operational community
  • Define C2 capability needs through JCIDS process
  • Migrate GCCS Family of Systems to NECC
  • Identify and coordinate Doctrine, Organization,
    Training, Materiel, Leadership Development/Awarene
    ss, Personnel, Facilities, and Policy (DOTMLPF-P)
    capability needs
  • Identify and refine data exchange standards,
    vocabularies and authoritative data sources for
    joint capability needs
  • Mitigate risk by continued engagement throughout
    the development and testing process
  • Ensure synchronized fielding across the
    enterprise

Focus on Continuous Process Improvement
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Contact Information
John V. Bolino Liaison Officer DOTE to
USJFCOM Office of the Secretary of Defense United
States Joint Forces Command

Cml (757) 203-7513/ DSN 668-7513 Mobile (757)
353-9037 Fax (757) 203-7810/DSN
668-7810 Emailjohn.bolino_at_jfcom.mil Email
john.bolino_at_osd.mil
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