joint operation planning

joint operation planning

Planning for contingencies that can reasonably be anticipated in an area of responsibility or joint operations area of the command. Planning activities exclusively associated with the preparation of operation plans, operation plans in concept format, campaign plans, and operation orders (other than the Single Integrated Operational Plan) for the conduct of military operations by the combatant commanders in response to requirements established by the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Joint operation planning is coordinated at the national level to support Secretary of Defense Contingency Planning Guidance, strategic requirements in the National Military Strategy, and emerging crises. As such, joint operation planning includes mobilization planning, deployment planning, employment planning, sustainment planning, and redeployment planning procedures. Joint operation planning is performed in accordance with formally established planning and execution procedures. See also contingency plan; execution planning; implementation planning; Joint Operation Planning and Execution System; joint operation planning process.
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Joint Enterprise Data Interoperability also potentially enables data exchanges between the Joint Operation Planning and Execution System and LOGFAS over MPE information systems, replacing the current "swivel chair method," which uses manual LOGFAS data input.
As stated in Joint Publication (JP) 5-0, Joint Operation Planning, "When a CCDR [combatant commander] is directed to create a JTF headquarters, the CCDR creates a joint manning document, sourced as much as possible from CCMD resources, that is forwarded to JS [Joint Staff] J-1 for JIA [joint individual augmentation] sourcing approval." (10) The manpower shifts should not be made in a vacuum.
Joint Chiefs of Staff, Joint Operation Planning, Joint Publication 5-0 (Washington, DC: U.S.
This mission focus is paralleled in the risk assessment definition in JP 5-0, Joint Operation Planning, but it also breaks the risk down into four categories:
Through the application of operational art, operational design, and the joint operation planning process, military police officers influence contingency and crisis action planning and current and future operations by providing expertise on the protection warfighting function.
The drill, dubbed "the Northern Thunder" will run from February 14 through March 6 and aims to stage joint operation planning and boost the combat preparedness of participating armies in a fashion that communicates regional circumstances.
Design and Joint Operation Planning. Canadian Military Journal, 12(1), 30-40.
A critical facilitator of understanding involves intelligence and a variety of estimates and assessments which contribute to a holistic understanding of the operational environment (OE), and support joint operation planning processes and multi-echelon decision making to meet political end states.
The Joint Military Operations Department investigates the theory and practice of operational art and design across the range of military operations and familiarizes students with the Joint Operation Planning Process and the Navy Planning Process.
(3) Joint Publication 5-0, Joint Operation Planning, 11 August 2011.
Further, DISA is host to many of the Pentagon's classified enterprise-wide operational programs such as the Distributed Common Ground System or Joint Operation Planning and Execution System, which are hosted on its Defense Enterprise Computing Centers.
More specific DLA-centered training was also completed, which included forklift training, a hazardous material course, demilitarization training, and a Joint Operation Planning & Execution Systems course for more senior leaders.

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