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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In the January-March 2019 edition of Army Sustainment, "Sustainment Command Relationships for the Next Fight," included inaccurate information.
INSCOM exercises command relationships in accordance with joint doctrine (2) and exercises administrative control (ADCON) on behalf of the SECARMY.
This elevation best postures the joint force to sustain the tremendous integration of space effects into joint war fighting, while also fortifying and balancing command relationships to fight and win should a war extend to space.
Over the course of 3 weeks, the battalion leaders and Soldiers adapted the Army's approach to risk management to a mission replete with defense support of civil authorities interagency command relationships and unfamiliar hazards, while exercising distributed mission command and empowering leaders to make risk decisions.
His current effort is at its best when unpacking the often-bizarre command relationships between Chester Nimitz's Pacific Ocean Area and MacArthur's South West Pacific Area.
There are various command relationships in C2 networks, which include step-level command, leapfrog command, and cooperative command.
Despite their separate and unique purposes, policy and joint doctrine offer critical synergies during the development of standardization (for example, terminology, command relationships) and commonality across DOD.
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 LNO team and the battalion need to clearly understand and articulate the command relationships between the battalion and the multinational unit.
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.
Command Arrangements-Examining organization, battlespace geometry, and command relationships to simplify future challenge

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