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Joint Warfighting Centers Newsletter

By Marvin, Dean, Maj

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Book Id: WPLBN0000192740
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Reproduction Date: 2005
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Title: Joint Warfighting Centers Newsletter  
Author: Marvin, Dean, Maj
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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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Maj, D. M. (n.d.). Joint Warfighting Centers Newsletter. Retrieved from http://www.worldlibrary.in/


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Excerpt: Article Page A Message from the Commander 3 JWFC DOC-DIV Updates 4 Joint Doctrine Organization and Development: The Road Ahead 6 Joint Force Fires Coordinator Study 9 Information Operations 12 18th Semiannual Joint Doctrine Working Party 14 Joint Pub Status 17 Joint Doctrine POCs 18 Joint Doctrine Hierarchy (Graphic) 20 Doctrine Organization Updates: J-7, Joint Doctrine Division 21 TRADOC, Joint Doctrine Directorate 21 A Common Perspective is published under the provisions of D.O.D. 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, or endorsed by, the US Government, the Department of Defense, the Joint Staff, or the Joint Warfighting Center. This issue of A Common Perspective examines two prominent topics currently circulating through the joint doctrine community—the joint doctrine hierarchy and the joint force fires coordinator (JFFC). The hierarchy issue surfaced when the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff addressed the 22-23 October 1996 Joint Doctrine Working Party and proposed the joint community take a look at the current joint doctrine structure to determine if it is designed to best serve our warfighters. Consequently, the JWFC’s Doctrine Division participated in a study on the subject and hosted a joint doctrine working group from 19-20 February 1997. Our article on the hierarchy begins on page 6 and provides some of the options and decisions that were proposed as a result of the working group discussions.

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Article Page A Message from the Commander 3 JWFC DOC-DIV Updates 4 Joint Doctrine Organization and Development: The Road Ahead 6 Joint Force Fires Coordinator Study 9 Information Operations 12 18th Semiannual Joint Doctrine Working Party 14 Joint Pub Status 17 Joint Doctrine POCs 18 Joint Doctrine Hierarchy (Graphic) 20 Doctrine Organization Updates: J-7, Joint Doctrine Division 21 TRADOC, Joint Doctrine Directorate 21 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, or endorsed by, the US Government, the Department of Defense, the Joint Staff, or the Joint Warfighting Center. This issue of A Common Perspective examines two prominent topics currently circulating through the joint doctrine community—the joint doctrine hierarchy and the joint force fires coordinator (JFFC). The hierarchy issue surfaced when the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff addressed the 22-23 October 1996 Joint Doctrine Working Party and proposed the joint community take a look at the current joint doctrine structure to determine if it is designed to best serve our warfighters. Consequently, the JWFC's Doctrine Division participated in a study on the subject and hosted a joint doctrine working group from 19-20 February 1997. Our article on the hierarchy begins on page 6 and provides some of the options and decisions that were proposed as a result of the working group discussions. The second topic, JFFC, has been one of several issues preventing timely staffing and approval of Joint Pub 3-09, Doctrine for Joint Fire Support. JFFC functions; value added; and cell structure, manning, and equipment have been topics of much— and often heated—discussions throughout the joint doctrine community. This issue is closer to resolution thanks to the JFFC Study completed by the JWFC in February 1997, and the Army-Air Force Warfighter Conference conducted at Fort Bliss during December 1996. Pertinent highlights from the Army-Air Force Warfighter Conference were agreements to define fires in terms of weapons effects rather than specific platforms, and change the JFFC title to preclude any implication of a command function. The title, joint fires element (JFE) has been suggested to meet this criterion. Our article, beginning on page 9, outlines the JWFC's detailed JFFC Study. The article addresses the many considerations (pro and con) surrounding the use of a JFFC/JFE and provides recommendations regarding inclusion of joint fires functions in joint doctrine. I was extremely pleased with the responses generated by our last A Common Perspective issue, and the proposed articles for future issues that were received from some of our readers. As always, the staff is looking for articles from guest authors to publish in each issue. We will attempt to run those articles that are pertinent and interesting to our readers. Please continue to submit them and provide feedback on A Common Perspective content. Remember, joint warfare is team warfare! Dean Marvin, Maj, USMC, Executive Editor Josiah McSpedden & Bob Hubner Managing Editors NDC 23 AFDC 24 MCCDC, Joint Doctrine Branch 25 ALSA Center 25 JSOFI, Doctrine Directorate 26 Peace Operations Initiative Update 27 Guest Article: Risk Management-A Coming of Age Discipline 28 New Initiatives The Improved Joint Center for Lessons Learned 30 Joint Pub Distribution 32 Joint Electronic Library (JEL) 33 Terminology 34

 

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