Which of the following joint logistic imperatives links the mission, commander’s intent, and operational objectives to core logistic capabilities, procedures, and organizations? Planning links the mission, commander’s intent, and operational ovjectives to core logistic capabilities, procedures, and organizations.
- 1 What are the core joint logistic capabilities?
- 2 Which of the following is described as the ability to project the military instrument of national power?
- 3 Which of the following are phases of the deployment process?
- 4 Which of the following provides plans policy and guidance on service member issues?
- 5 What is joint logistics enterprise?
- 6 What is Joint Sustainment?
- 7 What are the 7 joint functions?
- 8 Who is the approving authority for joint doctrine?
- 9 What are the four phases of deployment?
- 10 What are the four phases of the Joint Operation Planning and Execution System?
- 11 What is a joint manning document?
- 12 What is an operational deployment?
- 13 How are joint commands organized?
- 14 Where should the Joint Personnel Processing Center JPPC be located?
What are the core joint logistic capabilities?
NOT – planning, executing, and controlling logistic operations. Which three of the following when combined are some of the functions that comprise core capabilities of joint logistics? NOT – battle rhythm, supply, health services support; maintenance operations.
Which of the following is described as the ability to project the military instrument of national power?
It defines airpower, as the ability to project military power through control and exploitation in, from and through the air. Airpower is employed to achieve joint force commander (JFC) objectives in support of the National Defense Strategy (NDS).
Which of the following are phases of the deployment process?
The joint deployment and redeployment processes consist of four phases: planning; predeployment/pre- redeployment activities; movement; and joint reception, staging, onward movement, and integration (JRSOI). These phases are iterative and may occur simultaneously throughout an operation.
Which of the following provides plans policy and guidance on service member issues?
a. Personnel readiness provides plans, policy, and guidance on joint personnel issues, to include oversight of joint personnel operations. Personnel readiness plans include development of the manpower mobilization requirements for Appendix 5 to Annex A of operation plans (OPLANs).
What is joint logistics enterprise?
The Joint Logistics Enterprise is a multi-tiered matrix of key global logistics providers cooperatively structured through and assortment of collaborative agreements, contracts, policy, legislation, or treaties utilized to provide the best possible support to the JFC or other supported organization.
What is Joint Sustainment?
Sustainment is one of eight warfighting functions common to joint operations and encompasses the provision of logistics and personnel services to maintain and prolong operations up to and including mission accomplishment and redeployment of the force.
What are the 7 joint functions?
In U.S. doctrine there are today seven joint functions: intelligence, movement and maneuver, fires, information, protec- tion, sustainment, and C2. For the rest of the NATO community, there are eight, since NATO doctrine also includes civil- military cooperation (CIMIC).
Joint doctrine is approved by the Chairman or the DJ-7 and referred to as joint publications (JPs).
What are the four phases of deployment?
These stages are comprised as follows: pre-deployment, deployment, sustainment, re-deployment and post-deployment.
What are the four phases of the Joint Operation Planning and Execution System?
(1) Phase I Situation Development. (2) Phase II Crisis Assessment. (3) Phase III Course of Action Development. (4) Phase IV Course of Action Selection.
What is a joint manning document?
29. JOINT MANNING DOCUMENT (JMD) This document provides the baseline for JTF HQ staffing and is used for strength reporting, personnel accounting, awards eligibility determination, base support, and a host of other services and functions.
What is an operational deployment?
2 in working order and ready for use. 3 (Military) capable of, needed in, or actually involved in operations.
How are joint commands organized?
Unified combatant commands are organized either on a geographical basis (known as “area of responsibility”, AOR) or on a functional basis, i.e. special operations, force projection, transport, and cybersecurity. Currently, seven combatant commands are designated as geographical, and four are designated as functional.
Where should the Joint Personnel Processing Center JPPC be located?
The Temporary Joint Personnel Processing Center, or TJPPC, is located at 2400 Jessup Road, Suite 100, next to the U.S. Army Installation Management Command Academy.