crisis action planning


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crisis action planning

1. The Joint Operation Planning and Execution System process involving the time-sensitive development of joint operation plans and orders in response to an imminent crisis. Crisis action planning follows prescribed crisis action procedures to formulate and implement an effective response within the time frame permitted by the crisis.
2. The time-sensitive planning for the deployment, employment, and sustainment of assigned and allocated forces and resources that occurs in response to a situation that may result in actual military operations. Crisis action planners base their plan on the circumstances that exist at the time planning occurs. Also called CAP. See also Joint Operation Planning and Execution System.
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Crisis action planning addresses emergent contingencies, which are, by their nature, near term.
Consequently, when crisis action planning is initiated, organizational inflexibility inhibits optimized application of technological capability and resources.
The Crisis Action Planning Team Leader course prepares the crisis action team leader to validate and assess command, control and communications (C3) training effectiveness and to provide effective feedback to improve training quality and efficiency.
Such communications with allied and coalition forces could accelerate the site survey and beddown planning activities during the time-critical crisis action planning process.
Web-enabled, net-centric environment allows contingency and crisis action planning
The JOPP and crisis action planning, as outlined in Joint Publication 5-0, Joint Operation Planning, provide an ordered, analytical, and logical framework for creatively and critically planning joint operations.
The approval is then forwarded to the AFRC FAM and AEF Cell to ensure the person is assigned to the tasking in the Deliberate and Crisis Action Planning and Execution Segment system.
TS07 involves 32,000 military members from both nations and features crisis action planning and execution of contingency response operations in land, sea and air maneuvers.
He also was Deputy Chief of Staff for Plans & Exercises, responsible for managing national level crisis action planning for war and counter-terrorism in the Pacific Theater, and Inspector General for the Washington National Guard.
In particular, the volume covers military space operations, organizations and missions, command and control of forces, and considerations for deliberate and crisis action planning.
Dyer was assigned to numerous command and staff positions including Deputy Commanding General of the 24th Infantry Division in Fort Riley, Kansas; Chief of Crisis Action Planning for the Joint Chiefs of Staff at the Pentagon; Commander, 3rd Brigade, 1st Armored Division in Fort Lewis, Washington; and Commander of the 1st Battalion, 37th Armored Regiment, 1st Armored Division, an assignment which included a combat tour of duty in Iraq as part of the Desert Storm campaign.