Flashcards in Unit 2 Deck (24):
What includes all owned and leased comm. and services, software, date, and etc to achieve Info. Superiority
Who does DODIN support?
during war and peace time
What gives a framework for moving network-centric ops. which will give joint and coalition warfighters a single, end to end info system capability
How can deployed forces gain access to DODIN
STEP Standardized Tactical Entry Points
What are the DODIN Components
Which DODIN component is responsible for how the joint force is directly connected
Which DODIN component is responsible for the set of info. apps used by the JF over DODIN`
Which DODIN component is responsible for the automatic acquisition, storage, manipulation, management, control and display of data or information
Which DODIN component is responsible for providing the common-user information transport and processing services to all DOD users
Which DODIN component is responsible for the operation and defense of DODIN.
What is the set of functional capabilities and operational process necessary to monitor, manage and control the availability, allocation, and performance withing and across the DODIN
Which DODIN component enables the provision of relevant information to the right person at the right time in a usable format for situational awareness and decision-making
Which DODIN component includes doctrine, policy, compliance, architectures, testing, electromagnetic spectrum and host-nation approval
Which document provides the highest level of strategic planning?
National Security Strategy
1. Who is the NSS prepared by?
2. Who is it submitted to?
What is the responsibility of the NSS?
1. Identify Major Security Concerns
2. Plan on how the current administration will combat them
Who develops the National Defense Strategy?
What is it derived from?
Who is it signed by?
NSS and its the baseline for NMS
What is used to define strategic guidance for preparing and conducting operations?
Who is it published by?
National Military Strategy
Chairman Joint Chief of Staff (CJCS)
What are the national military strategy objectives (3)
Protect against external attacks/aggression
Prevent conflict/surprise attack
Prevail against adversaries
What are the 4 functions of NMS? (DASA)
Deploying and sustaining military ops
Securing the battleship
Achieving decision superiority
The command authority over assigned forces vested in only combatant commanders by Title 10, or as directed by POTUS and CANNOT be delegated or transferred
Provides full authority to organize commands and forces and employ those forces but it does not in and of itself, include authoritative direction of admin, discipline, or unit training
Provides authority to give direction for military ops and to control designated forces. (ground forces, aircraft, sorties, missile launches, satellite payload management)