joint planning and execution community


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Related to joint planning and execution community: Joint Operation Planning and Execution System

joint planning and execution community

Those headquarters, commands, and agencies involved in the training, preparation, movement, reception, employment, support, and sustainment of military forces assigned or committed to a theater of operations or objective area. It usually consists of the Joint Staff, Services, Service major commands (including the Service wholesale logistic commands), unified commands (and their certain Service component commands), subunified commands, transportation component commands, joint task forces (as applicable), Defense Logistics Agency, and other Defense agencies (e.g., Defense Intelligence Agency) as may be appropriate to a given scenario. Also called JPEC.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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As mentioned, joint assignments to geographic CCMDs expose military police leaders to the joint planning and execution community. This complex series of interactions between people, processes, and programs influences the progress of the national military strategy and develops adaptive military police leaders who are prepared to effectively operate at the strategic and operational levels of war.
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