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Title: JFCOM Command Briefing


1
United States Joint Forces Command
Overview for Armed Forces Comm-Electronics
Association AFCEA Tidewater
Col Vincent Valdespino Director C4 Systems and
CIO 19 September 2007
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
Evolution of Joint Forces Command
Atlantic Command US
Atlantic Command Commands US-based
forces
  • USACOM US Joint Forces Command
  • leads Joint Deployment Process
  • enhances Joint training
  • establishes Joint requirements

Individual Augmentee Responsibility
Joint Integration Interoperability
1993 1995 1997 1998 1999 2002 2003 2005 2006
2007
Joint Experimentation
Global Force Mgr Global Force Provider
Joint Training Integration of assigned forces
Shift to a Functional Command
Joint C2 Capability Portfolio Manager Organize,
Train, Equip JTF HQ
SUPREME ALLIED COMMAND TRANSFORMATION (SAC-T)
SUPREME ALLIED COMMAND, ATLANTIC (SACLANT)
June 19, 2003
6
A Dedicated Organization
Political Advisor
COMMUNICATIONS
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
JTFHQ Formation vs. Capability
JTFHQ Capable Certification
Capability
Desired JTF Performance
  • Designated HQ
  • JMEP
  • JMEEL
  • JMETL
  • JTP
  • SAV
  • Deployable C2
  • MRX
  • JMD
  • Mission Specific
  • Training
  • Readiness
  • Certification

Enablers
  • SJFHQ
  • JCSE
  • JPASE
  • QRT
  • JWAC
  • JPRA
  • JTC-I
  • SOC
  • JSIC
  • JWFC
  • JCOA
  • JDTC
  • JFIIT
  • JFMO
  • JCMO
  • ...

With JTF Certification
With JTF Enablers
Legacy JTF Formation
Time
0 30
OPORD
ALERTORD
EVENT WARNORD
EXORD
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Combatant Command, Service and Agency Support
  • Supporting United States Africa Command (AFRICOM)
    Standup
  • JFCOM Support Cell to AFRICOM
  • Experimental Series - Multi-National Experiment 5
  • Potential Mission Analysis and C2 design
  • Partnering to Support Afghanistan (ISAF-X)
  • Improving ability to identify and rapidly provide
    for needs of ISAF
  • Deploys Joint Public Affairs Support Element
  • Modeling and Simulation Support
  • Developing Operational Lessons Learned
  • Enabling Forces Assessment
  • OIF Transition to Sovereignty
  • OEF Studies ISAF/NATO Expansion and PRTs
  • Consequence Management KATRINA
  • Humanitarian Assistance/Disaster Relief
    (Tsunami/Pakistan, Guatemala/Lebanon)
  • Developing Leading Edge Knowledge Sharing

10
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11
Combatant Command, Service and Agency Support
  • Deploying Joint Enabling Capabilities
  • Rapidly deployable, fully equipped teams
  • Solutions to fill Joint warfighter gaps
  • Standing Joint Force Headquarters Core Elements
  • Joint Public Affairs Support Element
  • Joint Communications Support Element
  • Intelligence Quick Reaction Teams
  • Joint Personnel Recovery Agency
  • Numerous deployments in support of multiple
    operations OIF/OEF, TF Paladin, Lebanon NEO,
    DOHA Games, NATO/ISAF, Domestic Security Events
  • Establishing USJFCOM Support Element
  • Provides an enduring USJFCOM presence in CENTCOM
    AOR to expedite and tailor current and future
    support
  • Leading Joint Deployment Process
  • Development of model for joint theater logistics
  • Leading first real steps in Adaptive Planning
  • Providing Systems Analysis for the Warfighter
  • Joint Warfare Analysis Center supported
  • Iraq and Afghanistan Operations

11
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12
Joint Capability Development
  • Integrating Key Joint Systems
  • Command Post of the Future
  • Command and Control logistics lab development
  • NATO C2 integration
  • Define and map Joint Command and Control
    tradespace
  • Blue Force Tracking
  • Promoting Joint Fires Integration and
    Interoperability
  • Global Area Reference System CONOPs
  • C-RAM development for FOB defense
  • Joint ISR and Attack System Handbook
  • JSTARS TTP Development
  • Fielding Joint Precision Air Drop System (JPADS)
  • Reduces convoy exposure to IED attacks
  • Possible through Limited Acquisition Authority
  • Developing foreign language translation
    capabilities
  • Technical solution to offset shortage of
    linguists

12
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13
Innovation and Experimentation
  • Conducting Large Scale Experimentation
  • Integrating operations with multinational
    partners Multinational Experiments
  • Unity of effort in complex operations Unified
    Action
  • Focusing on the challenges of urban operations in
    2015 Urban Resolve
  • Improving info sharing and interoperability with
    Homeland Defense Noble Resolve
  • Developing Concepts
  • Joint Interagency Coordination Group
  • Military Support to Stability, Security,
    Transition and Reconstruction Operations (SSTRO)
  • Major Combat Operations (MCO)
  • Joint Urban Operations (JUO)
  • Shaping Operations
  • Irregular Warfare
  • Operational ART
  • Fielding Prototypes
  • Collaborative Analysis and Planning Tool -
    Operational Net Assessment
  • Cross Domain Collaborative Information
    Environment
  • Persistent Surveillance, Full Motion Video -
    Angel Fire

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14
J6 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 Warrior Interoperability Demo (CWID)
  • Multi National Information Sharing (MNIS)
  • Joint Component Level C4I Training
  • Joint COMSEC Management Office (JCMO)
  • Joint Frequency Management Office (JFMO)
  • Defense/Joint Knowledge On-line (D/JKO)
  • NMS CyberSpace
  • Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)

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J6 Command, Control, Communications and Computers
  • Deploying Joint Knowledge Online (JKO)
  • Joint Training through distance learning
  • Available to Joint and Multi-national audiences
  • Speeds training of Individual Augmentees
  • 2007 MOSS / Share point deployment
  • Office of the CIO (Chief Information Officer)
  • Investment Management and Total Cost of
    Ownership
  • Ensure compliance with applicable federal laws,
    regulations, policies and standards
  • Better alignment of IT investments and the
    commands mission and business needs
  • IT Portfolio Management
  • IT Resource Managementprogramming, planning,
    execution
  • IT Program Managementprogram projects oversight
  • Manage risks and maximize cost-effectiveness
    through standardization (config management),
    re-use of solutions, and use of common tools and
    infrastructure
  • Requirements analysis
  • Life Cycle Management oversight

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Industry Partnerships
  • Annual Hampton Roads JFCOM Industry Days
  • AFCEA
  • NCOIC (Network Centric Operations Industry
    Consortium)
  • Cooperative Research and Development Agreement
    (CRADA)
  • Partnerships are essential and powerful!!

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Cooperative Research and Development Agreement
(CRADA)
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Cooperative Research and Development Agreement
(CRADA)
18
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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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Questions ?
21
Drill Downs
22
Joint Deployment Training Center
  • Provider of Global Command and Control System -
    Joint (GCCS-J) functional training and Joint
    Deployment Process education
  • Lead agent for all GCCS-J
  • applications training
  • Train automated systems application
  • on situational awareness
  • Joint deployment planning and execution education
  • Fifteen specific courses of instruction
  • Standardized curricula
  • Planning to Operational (JOPES to COP)
  • Training conducted via resident, mobile,
    distributed
  • learning courses
  • Supporting
  • Combatant Commands
  • Services
  • DoD Agencies
  • Professional Military Education (PME)
    institutions

instructors did an excellent job. Now I have a
clear understanding of the systemgreat help.

MSG
Johnson, Oct 06 JOPES ARCENT Div NCOIC
Enabling deployment of the force
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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

...to increase the speed, power, combat
effectiveness of DoD operations
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Special Operations Command USJFCOM
DoDs Sole Joint Special Operations Forces
Trainer and Integrator
  • Mission Partners
  • USSOCOM
  • Joint Task Forces
  • Combatant Commander Staffs
  • Joint Special Operations Command
  • Joint Special Operations Task Forces
  • Theater Special Operations Commands
  • Capabilities
  • Pre-Deployment Training
  • Staff Augmentation
  • Staff Assistance Visits
  • Lessons Learned
  • SOF / Conventional
  • Integration Interoperability
  • Capability for DoD

Globally Supporting the War on Terrorism
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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 Doctrine Development Joint Warfighting
Center
Develop doctrine, integrate joint concepts,
support training and operations, shape military
education
  • Vital to CJCS Joint Doctrine Development Program
  • Doctrine Provides The Common Standards For
    Successful Joint Education, Training, and
    Operations
  • In FY07 22 Draft Joint Pubs 7 Draft Allied
    Pubs 3 Formal Assessments
  • Advances warfighter capabilities to
    facilitate planning,
  • capability analysis, and
    decision-making
  • Joint Interagency/multinational affairs Defense
    Support of Civil Authorities and Stability Ops
  • Joint C2 and Joint Information Ops
  • Authored Handbooks on Operational level IED
    Defeat and Effects-based Approach to Joint Ops
  • Support to Combatant Commanders Initiatives
  • CENTCOM Improvised Explosive Device Defeat
  • NORTHCOM Homeland Defense/Civil Support
  • STRATCOM Combating WMD
  • SOCOM JSOTF Operations
  • TRANSCOM JDDOC, Terminal Ops

Transforming current and future joint force
capabilities
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Joint Warfare Analysis Center
An analysis center of multi-disciplinary
scientists, engineers, and analysts providing
(strategic, operational, and tactical) actionable
solutions in support of U.S. National Security
Strategy.
  • Support
  • Combatant Command, Joint Staff, Other Customers
  • Unique Force (500)
  • 144 Engineers
  • 168 Scientists
  • 57 Military
  • 131 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 recommendations
  • Key nodes identification
  • Engagement solutions
  • Weapons integration and assessment
  • Engagement effects
  • Course of action contrast and comparison
  • External coordination and collaboration
  • Dedicated COCOM liaisons
  • Intelligence community

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Joint Public Affairs Support Element
  • Rapidly deployable Public Affairs teams

JPASE's efforts dramatically improved public
opinion toward the United States. I wish I had
that capability with me on the first day
RADM Mike
LeFever, USN, Commander, U.S. Disaster Assistance
Center
  • Expeditionary Deploy within 48 hours
  • Katrina Response
  • Rita Response
  • Pakistan Earthquake Relief
  • Lebanon Evacuation
  • Ford State Funeral
  • Proponency
  • Joint Public Affairs Study
  • Joint Public Affairs Initial Capabilities
    Document
  • Public Affairs Training Standards
  • Doctrine and Policy
  • Training and Education
  • 7 Mission Rehearsal Exercises - CENTCOM
  • 8 Staff Assistance Visits - CENTCOM
  • 15 Major Joint Exercises All Combatant Commands
  • 16 Senior Executive Education Series Senior DOD
    Leadership
  • Partner with Joint/Service Schools

More than half of this battle is taking place in
the battlefield of the media. We are in a media
battle in a race for the hearts and minds of
Muslims.
Ayman al-Zawahiri
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Joint Communications Support Element
World class communications unit providing
support for America's joint warfighters
  • Capabilities
  • Expeditionary Deploy within 48 hrs.
  • Early entry for 40 seat Joint C2 node
  • Commercially air transportable
  • Seamlessly scales to full JTF
  • Access to full range of DoD comm networks

JCSE grows to become the global JTF C4 enabler.
-ADM
Giambastiani
  • Deployments
  • Supporting OIF/OEF
  • Squadron () continuously deployed
  • JTF Lebanon support in lt24hrs
  • DoDs 911 C3 Provider

"The Voice Heard Around The World!"
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Joint Personnel Recovery Agency
Personnel Recovery is a U.S. Government moral
commitment
  • Objectives
  • Saving lives
  • Deny adversaries the
  • opportunity to influence
  • military strategy national will
  • Ensure integrated, interoperable capabilities
    through
  • Doctrine, training and education
  • Technology development and integration
  • Operations support
  • Areas of focus
  • Specialized isolated personnel training
  • C2 integration/architecture enhancements
  • Special SERE products
  • Commander Staff courses
  • Deployable training/support teams
  • Joint, Interagency Multinational training
  • exercises

That others may live.to return with honor
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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
Providing solutions to produce effective target
acquisition, command and control and
interoperable systems
  • Holistic approach to improving Joint Fires
  • Target Acquisition
  • Command and Control
  • Firing Systems
  • Enhance combat effectiveness while reducing
    fratricide and collateral damage
  • Capability Improvements
  • Joint Tactics, Techniques, Procedures development
  • Doctrine refinement
  • Interoperability recommendations
  • Training Improvements
  • Joint Training Plan recommendations
  • Feedback to exercise participants

Improving Joint firesreducing fratricide and
collateral damage
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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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Standing Joint Force Headquarters Core Element
Provide trained standing staff teams to enable
Joint Task Force Command and Control
Enables JTF HQ to
  • Plan and execute faster
  • Command control joint forces
  • Integrate elements of national power
  • Join together w/coalition partners

"Never in over 30 years of service have I seen a
joint organization come together as quickly and
effectively as the Doha Asian Games HQ...at the
heart of this effort has been the Standing Joint
Force Headquarters from USJFCOM." Lt Gen North,
Commander USCENTAF and DAG HQ Commander
Deployments
  • Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa
    MarJuly 2005 and Junpresent
  • Task Force Paladin AprJun 2006
  • ISAF, Afghanistan JunNov 2006
  • Doha Asian Games, Doha, Qatar Oct-Dec 2006
  • Joint Task Force Lebanon AugSep 2006
  • Multinational Corps Iraq Mar 2005Jan 2006
  • Combined Disaster Assistance Center Pakistan
    OctNov 2005
  • Multinational Forces Iraq MayJul 2005
  • Joint Task Force Katrina SepOct 2005

Fighting today while shaping the future force
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HARMONIEWeb
Providing an unclassified collaborative
information environment to respond to those in
need
  • Expands Operational Connectivity
  • Effectively and efficiently work with
    organizations (NGO, .gov) outside the .mil domain
  • Allows access to non-traditional partners
  • Digital, virtual, personal and mobile
  • Collaboration Environment
  • Internet-based portal
  • Commercial off the shelf
  • Integrated tools
  • Operations Venues
  • Strong Angel III (OASD/NII)
  • CJTF HOA (CENTCOM)
  • Business Executives for National
  • Security Djibouti Visit
  • South East Asia Maritime Security
  • Conference
  • Doha Asian Games (CENTCOM)
  • United States Agency for International
    Development

uniting those who act!
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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 IED relevant databases, best practices,
    tactics, techniques and procedures into focused
    knowledge for IED defeat.

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 Experimentation Joint
Futures Laboratory
Development, exploration, and assessment of new
joint concepts, organizational structures and
emerging technologies
  • The Joint Innovation and Experimentation
    Enterprise
  • Joint Capabilities (Means of Operating)
  • Integrating Environment for transformation
    activities
  • Joint Concepts (Ways of Operating)
  • Enterprise Inputs from DOD, Interagency and
    Multinational partners
  • From Warfighter Challenge to Solutions
  • Joint Operating/Integrating/Enabling Concepts
  • Modeling and Simulations
  • Experimentation
  • Deliver Joint Solutions
  • JFCOM Force Transformation Objectives
  • Enable Achievement of Unified Action
  • Integrate Operations with Intelligence
  • Enhance Joint Command and Control
  • Improve Joint Force Deployment and Sustainment
  • Develop Joint Concepts
  • Enable Strategic Communication
  • Develop Support JIE Community Processes

Unique joint solutions to the problems our
partners are trying to solve
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Combatant Command, Service and Agency Support
  • Supporting United States Africa Command (AFRICOM)
    Standup
  • JFCOM Support Cell to AFRICOM
  • Experimental Series - Multi-National Experiment 5
  • Potential Mission Analysis and C2 design
  • Partnering to Support Afghanistan (ISAF-X)
  • Improving ability to identify and rapidly provide
    for needs of ISAF
  • Deploys Joint Public Affairs Support Element
  • Modeling and Simulation Support
  • Developing Operational Lessons Learned
  • Enabling Forces Assessment
  • OIF Transition to Sovereignty
  • OEF Studies ISAF/NATO Expansion and PRTs
  • Consequence Management KATRINA
  • Humanitarian Assistance/Disaster Relief
    (Tsunami/Pakistan, Guatemala/Lebanon)
  • Developing Leading Edge Knowledge Sharing

? ?
40
Combatant Command, Service and Agency Support
  • Deploying Joint Enabling Capabilities
  • Rapidly deployable, fully equipped teams
  • Solutions to fill Joint warfighter gaps
  • Standing Joint Force Headquarters Core Elements
  • Joint Public Affairs Support Element
  • Joint Communications Support Element
  • Intelligence Quick Reaction Teams
  • Joint Personnel Recovery Agency
  • Numerous deployments in support of multiple
    operations OIF/OEF, TF Paladin, Lebanon NEO,
    DOHA Games, NATO/ISAF, Domestic Security Events
  • Establishing USJFCOM Support Element
  • Provides an enduring USJFCOM presence in CENTCOM
    AOR to expedite and tailor current and future
    support
  • Leading Joint Deployment Process
  • Development of model for joint theater logistics
  • Leading first real steps in Adaptive Planning
  • Providing Systems Analysis for the Warfighter
  • Joint Warfare Analysis Center supported
  • Iraq and Afghanistan Operations

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41
Combatant Command, Service and Agency Support
  • Establishing COCOM Engagement Plan
  • Provides a systematic and formal process for
    understanding and sharing COCOM needs and
    collaborative solutions
  • COS to COS and HQ to HQ Staffs
  • Implementing Interagency Engagement Plan
  • Dialogue and exchanges with interagency partners,
    working to synchronize efforts at the operational
    level
  • Building JFCOM Security Cooperation Strategy and
    Plan
  • Supports COCOMs Theater Cooperation
  • Individual Country Plans for Partner Nations
  • Expanding our partnership communities for
    Planning/ Operations, Training, and
    Experimentation
  • Collaborative Solutions for the Joint and
    Combined Task Force
  • Homeland Defense and WMD
  • MNE, Noble Resolve, and Unified Action
  • Interagency Joint Exercise Catalog

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Joint Capability Development
  • Integrating Key Joint Systems
  • Command Post of the Future
  • Command and Control logistics lab development
  • NATO C2 integration
  • Define and map Joint Command and Control
    tradespace
  • Blue Force Tracking
  • Promoting Joint Fires Integration and
    Interoperability
  • Global Area Reference System CONOPs
  • C-RAM development for FOB defense
  • Joint ISR and Attack System Handbook
  • JSTARS TTP Development
  • Fielding Joint Precision Air Drop System (JPADS)
  • Reduces convoy exposure to IED attacks
  • Possible through Limited Acquisition Authority
  • Developing foreign language translation
    capabilities
  • Technical solution to offset shortage of
    linguists

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43
Joint Capability Development
  • Building Capability Portfolio Management Process
  • Prioritizes Joint warfighter C2 needs
  • A balanced command and control portfolio
    reflecting optimum command and control capability
    mix
  • Persistent evaluation and assessment to eliminate
    capability gaps, reduce redundancies and achieve
    efficiencies
  • Frames sound choices for DoD C2 business
    decisions
  • Providing Authoritative Joint Guidance and
    Direction
  • Leveraging persistent partnerships
  • Services, Agencies, Joint Staff
  • Engagement throughout the annual cycle
  • Introducing Net-Enabled Command Capability
  • Led by DISA and USJFCOM
  • Partnerships with combatant commands, Services,
    Agencies and Joint Staff
  • Directing Services and Agencies on joint
    requirements
  • Architectures
  • Data strategy
  • Joint standards

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Innovation and Experimentation
  • Conducting Large Scale Experimentation
  • Integrating operations with multinational
    partners Multinational Experiments
  • Unity of effort in complex operations Unified
    Action
  • Focusing on the challenges of urban operations in
    2015 Urban Resolve
  • Improving info sharing and interoperability with
    Homeland Defense Noble Resolve
  • Developing Concepts
  • Joint Interagency Coordination Group
  • Military Support to Stability, Security,
    Transition and Reconstruction Operations (SSTRO)
  • Major Combat Operations (MCO)
  • Joint Urban Operations (JUO)
  • Shaping Operations
  • Irregular Warfare
  • Operational ART
  • Fielding Prototypes
  • Collaborative Analysis and Planning Tool -
    Operational Net Assessment
  • Cross Domain Collaborative Information
    Environment
  • Persistent Surveillance, Full Motion Video -
    Angel Fire

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Innovation and Experimentation
  • Expanding integration of operations, plans and
    intelligence
  • U.S. and coalition partners share ISR data to
    support time-sensitive operations in a netcentric
    environment Multi-sensor Aerospace-Ground Joint
    ISR Interoperability Coalition (MAJIIC)
  • Full motion video service from UAVs, other FMV
    sources ISR Information Service (ISRIS)
  • Provides agile and responsive support to joint
    operations Joint Intelligence Operations
    Capability-Experimental (JIOC-X)
  • A family of scalable joint/combined capabilities
    (rules, tools, processes, organizations) which
    target the integration, synchronization, and use
    of logistics for the Joint Force Commander at the
    operational-levelJoint Experimental Deployment
    and Support (JxDS)
  • Examining alternative futures
  • Established the Deep Futures Cell
  • Conducted Joint Operating Environment Workshops
  • Conducted hundreds of technology assessments
  • 10 - Market surveys in different technology areas
  • 12 - Experiment/exploration events
  • 45 - technologies demonstrated on CWID
  • 5 - LAA Evaluations
  • 6 - JC2 CPM
  • 12 - Project Supported
  • 7 - SBIR Assessments

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Global Force Management
  • Working to automate access/visibility of force
    data
  • Decision Support
  • Globalizing the Force Management Process
  • Improved Readiness Reporting Systems - DRRS
  • Centralizing Management/Global Visibility
  • Efficient solutions to provide trained and ready
    forces to Combatant Commanders
  • Sourcing Individual Augmentees
  • Efficiently sourcing Joint manning needs with
    individual augmentees from across the Services
  • Training and preparing for Joint assignments

1.1 Million Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, and Marines
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Joint Training
  • Conducting Joint World-Wide 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
  • Delivered distributed training to the global user
  • Conducting Mission Rehearsal Exercises
  • Allowed warfighters to rehearse upcoming
    operations in simulation of actual environment
  • Joint Task Force Certification
  • UNIFIED ENDEAVOR 06-02 (OIF)
  • CJTF Horn of Africa 06-01 (HOA)
  • UNIFIED ENDEAVOR 07-01 (OEF)
  • UNIFIED ENDEAVOR 07-02 (OIF)

FY06/07 Executed 29 Major Events Supported 25
COCOM Events
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Joint Training
  • Supporting CENTCOM AOR in Iraq Afghanistan
  • Iraqi Army training
  • Afghan National Police/Army
  • Strategic Scout RFI process training
  • Threat Finance exploitation training
  • Contractors on the Battlefield training
  • Sensitive Site Exploitation training
  • IED System Defeat training
  • Publishing Joint Doctrine
  • Supported the development of doctrine that guides
    joint operations
  • Financial Management Support in Joint Operations
  • Deployment and Redeployment Operations
  • Countering Air and Missile Threats
  • Joint Fire Support
  • Joint Task Force Headquarters
  • Joint Operation Planning
  • Joint Interagency Coordination Group
  • Joint Enabling Capability - Port Opening

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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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Cooperative Research and Development Agreement
(CRADA)
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Cooperative Research and Development Agreement
(CRADA)
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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
  • Angel Fire
  • 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 20
June 2007
19 Nations with Bilateral MOU/A with USJFCOM - 27
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 1 (J9)
UK 2 (J7/J9)
Singapore 1 (J9)
Poland 1 (J9)
Romania 1 (J7)
Spain (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
Brazil 1
Mexico 1
Sweden 1
Pakistan (J7)
Thailand
Algeria
France 2 (J7/J9)
Greece 1 (J9)
Czech Republic
Qatar
Additional Opportunities for Multinational
Collaboration Not attached to USJFCOM
23 NATO Nations with 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
9 Partnership for Peace Nations with NLR to ACT -
9 Representatives
1 Partnership for Peace Nation Pursuing NLR to
ACT 1 Representative
Austria 1
Albania 1
Armenia 1
Azerbaijan 1
Finland 1
Macedonia 1
Croatia 1
Ukraine 1
Switzerland 1
Sweden 1
7 Latin American Nations at U.S. Navys Fleet
Forces Command - 7 Representatives
Argentina 1
Brazil 1
Chile 1
Ecuador 1
Mexico 1
Peru 1
Colombia 1
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Sustained Response

Capability
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  • Joint Innovation
  • Experimentation

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