command relationships

command relationships

The interrelated responsibilities between commanders, as well as the operational authority exercised by commanders in the chain of command; defined further as combatant command (commandauthority), operational control, tactical control, or support. See also chain of command; combatant command (command authority); command; operational control; support; tactical control.
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4) While retaining OPCON might help USTRANSCOM to meet the demand from multiple theaters, it also complicates command relationships and control responsibilities.
Command Relationships and the Military Decisionmaking Process (MDMP)
Communication challenges exist (for example, understanding doctrine-based and rules-based workforce terminology as well as civilian collaborative and military command relationships (22)); however, more frequent or routine contact that includes positive personal interaction could accelerate the process of building interpersonal relationships and trust.
Military police habitual relationships are nondoctrinal command relationships that require close coordination between the parent military police battalion headquarters, the gaining BCT headquarters, and the division provost marshal's office.
The result is a rich and deep portrait of the fighting and command relationships on a scale never before attempted or accomplished.
Examples of relationships negotiated In past Implementing Arrangements coordinated by USAREUR have Included: Finance Currency and Exchange, Claims Procedures, Foreign Criminal Jurisdiction, Medical Support, Financial Institutions, Land Use, Motor Vehicle Licensing and Registration, Exercise Planning, Security, Contracting, Local Civilian Labor, Command Relationships, Movement, Environmental, Mortuary, Communications, Tax Relief, Aerial Operations, Real Property, and Custom Procedures.
Brigade staff officers recommend proper employment, location, and command relationships for BEB enablers in consultation with the BEB staff, but commanders decide.
Command Arrangements-Examining organization, battlespace geometry, and command relationships to simplify future challenge
In terms of strategic planning and command relationships, the United States played a supporting role.
Exotic command relationships within the IJOA only serve to add an element of complexity to an otherwise straightforward CBRN decisionmaking process.
At times, decisions need to be made almost immediately despite chain of command relationships between higher headquarters, the 311th, 516th, TNOSCs, and the operating and generating forces.
Each requires a commander, a concept of operations, a task organization, specified command relationships, and a qualified and seasoned joint staff.

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