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Usacom Joint Warfighting Centers Newsletter

By Bougard, Al, Commander

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Book Id: WPLBN0000110768
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Reproduction Date: 2005
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Title: Usacom Joint Warfighting Centers Newsletter  
Author: Bougard, Al, Commander
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Language: English
Subject: Military, Armed Forces., National defense.
Collections: Military and Armed Forces Library Collection
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Publisher: Department of Defense

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Commander, A. B. (n.d.). Usacom Joint Warfighting Centers Newsletter. Retrieved from http://www.worldlibrary.in/


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Excerpt: Greetings from the USACOM Joint Warfighting Center! We have had a very busy six months. Several joint publications have been approved and a significant number have progressed in development. We expect to surpass an aggregate of 100 approved joint publications in the next six months. This is a significant milestone in the joint publication development business. We are already seeing an increase in the number of publications now going into revision, having marked their first five years in existence. The focus of our staffing efforts now turns toward the improvement of approved joint doctrine and tactics, techniques, and procedures. Part of that focus has been an effort by the Joint Staff J-7 to divest itself of responsibilities as the Joint Staff doctrine sponsor and shift those responsibilities to other Joint Staff directorates. This effort is intended to give propriety of joint publications to those that work with and benefit the most from the doctrine. It also is intended to assist the staffing process by sharing the load. It is hoped that this change and the increased use of the Internet for staffing will keep development milestones in step with the guidelines established in JP 1-01, “Joint Doctrine Publication System,” which is under revision.

Table of Contents
IN THIS ISSUE Article Page Message from the Commander, USACOM JWFC 3 USACOM JWFC DOC-DIV Updates 4 Homeland Defense: The American Challenge For The 21st Century 6 Saving Citizen Ryan: US Military Support To Homeland Defense 12 22nd Semiannual Joint Doctrine Working Party 17 Joint Publication Status 19 Joint Doctrine POCs 20 Joint Doctrine Hierarchy (Graphic) 22 A Common Perspective is published under the provisions of DOD Instruction 5120.4. This newsletter is an authorized publication for members of the Department of Defense. The articles, letters, and opinions expressed or implied within are not to be construed as official positions of, or endorsed by, the US Government, the Department of Defense, the Joint Staff, or the USACOM Joint Warfighting Center. Doctrine Organization Updates: Joint Staff, J-7, Joint Doctrine Division 23 TRADOC, Joint and Army Doctrine Directorate 25 Navy Warfare Development Command 27 Air Force Doctrine Center 27 MCCDC, Doctrine Division, Joint Branch 29 Air Land Sea Application (ALSA) Center 29 JP 3-60, Joint Doctrine for Targeting Update 32 Joint Command and Control Doctrine Update 36 Terminology 37 Joint Publications Distribution 38 Subscriber Request Form 39

 

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