joint force land component commander

Related to joint force land component commander: joint force air component commander

joint force land component commander

The commander within a unified command, subordinate unified command, or joint task force responsible to the establishing commander for making recommendations on the proper employment of assigned, attached, and/or made available for tasking land forces; planning and coordinating land operations; or accomplishing such operational missions as may be assigned. The joint force land component commander is given the authoritynecessary to accomplish missions and tasks assigned by theestablishing commander. Also called JFLCC. See also joint force commander.
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For example, a joint force air component commander needs to see air tracks by air tasking order line item, and a joint force land component commander needs to see ground tracks and terrain features.
This potentiality could hardly be inferred and would require extensive justification and coordination by Joint Force Air Component Commander (JFACC) staff members to ensure the Joint Force Land Component Commander (JFLCC) Provost Marshal's and/ or Joint Security Coordinator's staff tasked it appropriately and provided the requisite oversight to ensure the approach and departure corridor security mission was not subsumed by the MP corps' numerous other mission sets and competing JFLCC priorities.
The Army intends to give operational control of Sky Warrior to the joint force land component commander, who will delegate tactical control to division- and brigade-level commanders.
Air Force, the Joint Force Land Component Commander, the Joint Force Air Component Commander together at the right level to do the detailed planning needed to make sure the resources were there when that operation kicked off.
For instance, a Joint Force Land Component Commander is responsible for "the proper employment of .
Joint operations doctrine states that the JTF can be comprised of both service components (Army, Air Force, Marine, and Navy) and joint functional components for air, land, maritime, and special operations (joint force air component commander [JFACC], joint force land component commander [JFLCC], joint force maritime component commander [JFMCC], and joint force special operations component commander [JFSOCC]) (fig.
d] AAMDC responds to the Army component or joint force land component commander (JFLCC) and thus is constrained to this architecture in conducting attack operations.
Areas must then be coordinated with not only adjacent commanders on the ground, such as joint force land component commanders (JFLCCs) in a functionally organized area of responsibility, but also with the airspace control authority--usually JFACCs in functionally organized areas.

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