joint urban operations


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joint urban operations

All joint operations planned and conducted across the range of military operations on or against objectives on a topographical complex and its adjacent natural terrain where manmade construction or the density of noncombatants are the dominant features. Also called JUOs. See also joint operations.
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(19) Alec Wahlman, Mark Bean, et al., Exploring Neut Concepts for Joint Urban Operations (Arlington: Institute for Defense Analyses, 2003), S-2.
Berry Fox, deputy director of the joint urban operations office and its principal science adviser, said along with "sense-through-wall" technologies, there are still urgent needs for improved spectrum management, stand-off non-lethal weapons and tactical communications for individual soldiers.
Until the Command develops an overall strategy for joint urban operations training and related requirements, neither the Secretary of Defense nor the Congress will have a sound basis for evaluating service training and facility plans, and related funding requests.
Joint Forces Command (USJFCOM) continues to train and equip joint warfighters for urban environments, command officials asked industry and academic leaders participating in the forum to listen to the command's joint urban operations requirements and deliver integrated capabilities.
The battle for the bridges of An Nasiriyah, Iraq, was one of the most important engagements of Operation Iraqi Freedom and a baptism by fire for joint urban operations (JUO) doctrine.
Additionally, in 2008, the Joint Readiness Oversight Council reviewed a Joint Capabilities Document for Battlespace Awareness in Joint Urban Operations. This document mapped 212 tasks to achieve 12 capabilities; 141 of the tasks had one or more gaps.
A DOD assessment of Joint Urban Operations Science and Technology Programs identified nine required capabilities.
Based on these developments, the joint community and Army have published new doctrine on the conduct of military operations on urbanized terrain (MOUT), specifically JP 3-06, Doctrine for Joint Urban Operations; FM 3-06 (DRAG), Urban Operations; and FM 306.11, Combined Arms Operations in Urban Terrain.
JP 3-06, Joint Urban Operations (November 20, 2013)
"It's the population stupid," said Duane Shattle, director of the joint urban operations office--who borrowed the axiom from the Clinton administration's quote about the economy.
The Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) Handbook for Joint Urban Operations provides a variety of characteristics of urban environments.
JP 3-06, Joint Urban Operations (20 Nov 13) JP 3-07.4, Counterdrug Operations (14 Aug 13)
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