Unified Command Plan


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Unified Command Plan

The document, approved by the President, that sets forth basic guidance to all unified combatant commanders; establishes their missions, responsibilities, and force structure; delineates the general geographical area of responsibility for geographic combatant commanders; and specifies functional responsibilities for functional combatant commanders. Also called UCP. See also combatant command; combatant commander.
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The Unified Command Plan addresses the combatant commands' areas of responsibility and missions and provides other guidance.
Contents Background Overview Command Structures and Components Theater Special Operations Commands (TSOCs) Expanded USSOCOM Responsibilities Proposed Changes to the Unified Command Plan (UCP) Army Special Operations Command Air Force Special Operations Command Naval Special Warfare Command Marine Special Operations Command (MARSOC) Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC) Organizational and Budgetary Issues 2014 Quadrennial Defense Review (QDR) Report SOF-Related Directives FY2015 USSOCOM Budget Request Potential Issues for Congress U.
The current organizational model within the Unified Command Plan places the newly formed joint USCYBERCOM as a subunified command under US Strategic Command.
Office of the President of the United States, Unified Command Plan 2004, 1 Mar 2005, XI.
We have fashioned a new Unified Command Plan, and taken critical steps to attract and retain talent in our armed forces--including targeted pay raises and quality of life improvements for the troops and for their families.
In 2002, the secretary led the reorganization of a new defense strategy, the Unified Command Plan, establishing the missions and geographic responsibilities among the combatant commanders thus creating U.
Truman established the first Unified Command Plan (UCP), creating our
In the near future, the President is expected to sign the Unified Command Plan, creating a new combatant command--U.
Known as the Unified Command Plan, the system is a legacy of the 1947 National Security Act.
Rumsfeld proposed and the president approved a significant reorganization of the worldwide command structure, known as the Unified Command Plan, that resulted in the establishment of the U.
USTRANSCOM is now able to accomplish its Unified Command Plan (UCP) mission to synchronize distribution planning in order to establish an effective and efficient Global Distribution Network (GDN), and ensure distribution support to the greater Department of Defense (DOD) mission.
The company will also continue to integrate tools to support the production of assigned campaign/contingency plans and orders, Unified Command Plan taskings, and Guidance for the Employment of the Force-assigned tasks.

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