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____is established when a mission has a specific limited objective and designated by the SecDef, a CCDR, a subordinate. unified CDR, or an existing JTF CDR

Joint Task Force ( JTF)

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Under the chairmanship of the President, coordinates foreign policy, defense policy, and reconciles diplomatic and military commitments and requirements.

National Security Council

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Armed Forces serve under this control.

President

3

The principal assistant to the President in all matters related to the DoD.

Secretary of Defense

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Receives orders from the CJCS under the authority and direction of the SecDef

Combatant Commander (CCDR)

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Principal military advisor to the President, the NSC, and the SecDef

Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (CJCS)

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Provides CCDRs specialized support and operate in a supporting role. Executive authority of this position resides with the SecDef

Combat Support Agency (CSA)

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Explain the origin of our National Security.

The U.S. had 4 militaries that couldn't/wouldn't work together. A rift existed between the military and its civilian leadership that served to weaken the constitutionally mandated authority of the president and SecDef. Congress stepped in and made the Goldwater-Nichols Act of 1986. The act included provisions for improving the militaries' effectiveness.

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The______ Is a member of the National Security Council, which drafts the national security strategy.

SecDef

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Which organization is responsible for developing and executing national military strategy?

DoD

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The U.S. military operates under a single chain of command with two distinct branches. Name them.

Operational and administrative branches.

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The SecDef is/is not? part of the Joint Chiefs of Staff organization.

Is not

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In the absence of the chairman, acts as Chairman and performs the duties of the Chairman until a successor is appointed or the absence ceases.

Vice chairman of the JCS

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Has no command authority over the joint chiefs or any of the armed forces.

CJCS

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Military advisors to the President, the National Security Council, and the Secretary of Defense.

Service Chiefs

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Senior military officers of their respective Services

Service Chief

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Responsible for keeping the Secretaries of the Military Depts. fully informed on matters considered or acted upon by the JCS

Service Chiefs

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Tasked with the coordination of people and transportation assets to allow the US to project and sustain forces, when ever, wherever, and for as long as they are needed.

USTRANSCOM

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Responsible for US military relations with NATO and conducts military operations, international military partnering, and interagency partnering to enhance transatlantic security and defend the US forward.

USEUCOM

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Conducts several covert and clandestine missions, such as unconventional warfare, foreign internal defense, special reconnaissance, psychological operations, civil affairs, direct action, counter-terrorism and war on drugs operations.

USSOCOM

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Plans, organizes and executes homeland defense and civil support missions.

USNORTHCOM

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Charged with space operations, information operations, missile defense, global command and control, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance.

USSTRATCOM

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AOR includes Egypt

USCENTCOM

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Primarily responsible for providing mission-ready joint-capable forces and supporting the development and integration of joint, interagency, and multinational capabilities to meet the present and future operational needs of the joint force.

USJFCOM

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Army core values.

Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity, Personal Courage

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Coast Guard core values.

Honor, Respect, Devotion to Duty

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What is the custom if you are driving on an Army post during retreat?

Stop your vehicle, get out, come to the position of attention, and render a hand salute.

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What is the custom if you are approached on a military installation by a vehicle carrying a flag with one or more stars?

Stop, face the vehicle, come to poa, and render a salute. You may drop your salute once the vehicle passes. The flag signifies that an Admiral or General is riding in the vehicle.

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The four concepts that make up the full spectrum of military operations are

military theory, principles of war, Air Force doctrine, and US Strategy.

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Explain military theory.

The scientific, artistic, and philosophical idea or view relating to principles, methods, rules, and operations of war. Remains invalid until put to test in war.

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Explain principles of war.

Serve as guidelines for commanders as they form and select courses of action and concepts of operation.
-those aspects of warfare that are universally true and relevant.

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List the principles of war.

Unity of command, Objective, Offensive, Mass, Maneuver, Economy of force, Security, Surprise and Simplicity.

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Explain Air Force Doctrine.

Forms the basis from which Air Force commanders plan and execute their assigned air and space missions.

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An incident or situation involving a threat to a nation.

crisis

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Statement of officially sanctioned beliefs.

AF Doctrine

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Force on force military operations in which adversaries employ a variety of conventional military capabilities.

Traditional warfare

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"Doctrine is authoritative, but not ________"

directive

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Type of doctrine that changes the fastest.

tactical

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Violent struggle among state and non-state actors for legitimacy and influence over relevant populations.

Irregular warfare

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Defines how an operation will be conducted to accomplish national policy objectives.

US Strategy

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Activities, operations, organizations in which elements of two or more military departments participate.

joint

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An anticipated situation that likely would involve military forces in response to natural and man-made disasters

contingency

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Series of major operations aimed at achieving strategic or operational objectives.

campaign

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describes the proper employment of specific Air Force assets, individually or in concert with other assets, to accomplish detailed objectives.

tactical AF doctrine

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guides the proper organization and employment of forces in the context of distinct objective, force capabilities, and broad functional areas.

operational AF doctrine