componency

componency

(kəmˈpəʊnənsɪ)
n
the quality of being in components
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Furthermore, Componency Pattern is used for representing classes/objects as either proper parts of other classes/objects or having proper parts.
We're going to reconstruct our traditional numbered Air Force warfighting organizations to put emphasis on their componency and make these components available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to the regional combatant commanders and their standing joint force headquarters to do planning and be ready to execute.
Second, it places great emphasis on its componency role, not only on expertise in intercontinental ballistic missiles and space.
"There's a different view among the services about what we mean by functional componency," said Smith.
Numbered airforces provide a componency to U.S Central Command and U.S.
It has a standing componency and thus benefits from habitual relationships with common operating procedures which are routinely tested and improved in exercises.
While recent joint operations have sought to improve efficiency by consolidating assets in blocks of like capabilities with functional componency, the Marine Corps is focused on tactical and operational integrity.
Proponents of functional componency who object to organic MAGTF aviation assets forget that UNAAF makes provisions for commanders to make the following sorties available:
After they work the issues involved in reviewing a draft joint strategic capabilities plan, students explore the role of service contributions to CINCs as well as the challenges of componency for the combatant command structure.