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WELCOME TO THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE. Overview. Who We Are Who We Work For How We Are Organized What We Do. We are America’s. Oldest Largest Busiest Most successful . America’s Oldest . Marine. Air. Coast. Corps. Force. Guard. SecDef position created. Nat’l Mil Estab.

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overview
Overview
  • Who We Are
  • Who We Work For
  • How We Are Organized
  • What We Do
we are america s
We are America’s...
  • Oldest
  • Largest
  • Busiest
  • Most successful
america s oldest
America’s Oldest

Marine

Air

Coast

Corps

Force

Guard

SecDef position created

Nat’l Mil Estab

Dept. of Defense

DoD created (1949)

How We Evolved

Army

Navy

1798

1775

1775

1775

1947

War Department (1789)

Dept. of the Army

Department of the Navy (1798)

Dept. of the AF

america s largest
America’s Largest
  • Over 5 Million Strong ( with retirees )
    • 1.4 million active duty
    • 718,000 civilians
    • 1.1 million Guard and Reserve
    • 2.0 million retirees & families receiving benefits
america s largest1
America’s Largest
  • Our global infrastructure
    • Operates from more than 5,000 locations
    • Using more than 30 million acres
    • Several hundred thousand individual buildings and structures
america s largest2
America’s Largest
  • Worldwide Presence
    • Every time zone and climate
    • Some 450,000 personnel overseas or afloat
america s largest3
America’s Largest

Budget/

CompanyRevenueEmployees

DOD $419 billion 3,000,000

Wal-Mart 227 billion 1,300,000

Exxon/Mobil 200 billion 98,700

GM181 billion 354,000

america s largest4
America’s Largest
  • Our Headquarters—The Pentagon
    • Construction: 16 months/$83 million
    • Corridors: 17 ½ miles
    • Employees: 23,000
    • Building Size: 29 Acres
    • Office Space: 3.82 m ft
    • Parking Space: 67 Acres
    • Circumference: 9/10th mile
the phoenix project
The Phoenix Project
  • September 11, 2001: AA Flight 77 (Boeing 757) crashes into Pentagon at 0937 damaging the C, D, and E Rings of Corridors 4 and 5; approximately 400,000 square feet; 125 killed.
  • June 11, 2002: Discolored limestone block from west wall impact site, covers dedication capsule.
  • September 11, 2002: E-ring point of impact spaces reoccupied.
  • Spring 2003: Full restoration.
america s most successful
America’s Most Successful
  • We Hire the Best

Air ForceWork Force*

    • High school diplomas 99.95% 79%
    • Masters degrees 10.9% 7%
america s most successful1
America’s Most Successful

Leadership

Professionalism

Technical Know-how

  • We Instill Values
    • Integrity First
    • Service Before Self
    • Excellence in all We Do

Core Values

who we work for
Who We Work For
  • The President—Chief Executive Officer
  • The US Congress—Board of Directors
  • The American Public—Stockholders
how we are organized
How We Are Organized

President

Office of the Secretary of Defense

Military Departments

Chairman of the JCS

Unified Commands

how we are organized1
How We Are Organized

Office of the Secretary of Defense

  • Oversight
    • Plan, advise, carry out the nation’s security policies
    • Five Key Under Secretaries
      • Policy
      • Intelligence
      • Personnel and Readiness
      • Comptroller/Chief Financial Officer (CFO)
      • Acquisition, Technology and Logistics
how we are organized2
How We Are Organized

Office of the Secretary of Defense

  • Policy

-provides responsive, forward-thinking, and insightful policy advice and support to the Secretary of Defense, and the Department of Defense, in alignment with national security objectives.

how we are organized3
How We Are Organized

Office of the Secretary of Defense

  • Intelligence
    • principal staff element of the Secretary of Defense for matters relating to intelligence.
    • Serves as the Director of Defense Intelligence, acting as the primary military intelligence advisor to the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.
how we are organized4
How We Are Organized

Office of the Secretary of Defense

  • Personnel and Readiness
    • Personnel requirements and management
    • National Guard & Reserve affairs
    • Health affairs
    • Training
    • Equal opportunity, morale, welfare, quality of life
how we are organized5
How We Are Organized

Office of the Secretary of Defense

  • Comptroller/CFO
    • DOD’s Budget and fiscal matters
    • DOD Financial policy
    • Financial management systems oversight
    • Business modernization efforts
how we are organized6
How We Are Organized

Office of the Secretary of Defense

  • Acquisition, Technology and Logistics

-Supervising Department of Defense acquisition

-Establishing policies for acquisition (including procurement of goods and services, research and development, developmental testing, and contract administration) for all elements of the Department of Defense

-Establishing policies for logistics, maintenance, and sustainment support for all elements of the Department of Defense

-Establishing policies of the Department of Defense for maintenance of the defense industrial base of the United States

how we are organized7
How We Are Organized

Office of the Secretary of Defense

Military Departments

  • Services train and equip

Department of Defense

Military Departments

Dept of

Homeland

Security

US Navy

US Marine Corps

US Army

US Air Force

US Coast

Guard

how we are organized8
How We Are Organized

Office of the Secretary of Defense

Military Departments

  • Army
    • The Army’s mission is to fight and win our Nation’s wars by providing prompt, sustained land dominance across the full range of military operations and spectrum of conflict in support of combatant
how we are organized9
How We Are Organized

Office of the Secretary of Defense

Military Departments

  • Navy
    • Maintain, train and equip combat-ready Naval forces capable of winning wars, deterring aggression and maintaining freedom of the seas
how we are organized10
How We Are Organized

Office of the Secretary of Defense

Military Departments

  • Marine Corps
    • Conduct land operations associated with naval operations
    • Protect naval property and bases
    • Provide landing forces in amphibious operations
    • Airborne operations
how we are organized11
How We Are Organized

Office of the Secretary of Defense

Military Departments

  • Air Force
    • The mission of the United States Air Force is to fly, fight and win ... in air, space and cyberspace.
how we are organized12
How We Are Organized

Office of the Secretary of Defense

Military Departments

  • Guard and Reserve
    • Wartime military support
    • Humanitarian
    • Peacekeeping
    • Homeland Security
how we are organized13
How We Are Organized

Office of the Secretary of Defense

Military Departments

  • Coast Guard
    • Maritime Safety
    • Maritime Security
    • Maritime Stewardship
how we are organized14
How We Are Organized

Chairman, JCS

Vice Chairman, JCS

Chief of Staff, Army

Commandant, Marine Corps

Chief of Naval Operations

Chief of Staff, Air Force

Chief, National Guard Bureau

Secretary of Defense

Deputy Secretary of Defense

Chairman of the JCS

Director,

Joint Staff

J-1

Manpower and

Personnel

J-2

Intelligence

(DIA)

J-3

Operations

J-4

Logistics

J-5

Strategic

Plans & Policy

J-6

Command,Control

Communications

Computers

J-7

Operational Plans & Interoperability

J-8

Force Structure,

Resources &

Assessment

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How We Are Organized

Secretary of Defense

Deputy Secretary of Defense

Office of the Secretary of Defense

Military Departments

Chairman of the JCS

Unified Commands

  • Direct link to President & SecDef
  • 6 Commanders have geographic responsibility
  • 3 Commanders have worldwide responsibility

Central

Command

Southern

Command

European

Command

Pacific

Command

Northern

Command

Africa

Command

Transportation

Command

Special

Operations

Command

Strategic

Command

how we are organized16
How We Are Organized
  • US Africa Command (USAFRICOM)
how we are organized17
How We Are Organized
  • US European Command (USEUCOM)
how we are organized18
How We Are Organized
  • US Northern Command (USNORTHCOM)
how we are organized19
How We Are Organized
  • US Central Command (USCENTCOM)
how we are organized20
How We Are Organized
  • US Southern Command (USSOUTHCOM)
how we are organized21
How We Are Organized
  • US Pacific Command (USPACOM)
how we are organized22
How We Are Organized

Office of the Secretary of Defense

Military Departments

Chairman of the JCS

Unified Commands

  • Special Operations Command
    • USSOCOM provides fully capable special operations forces to defend the United States and its interest.
    • USSOCOM synchronize planning of global operations against terrorist networks.
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How We Are Organized

Office of the Secretary of Defense

Military Departments

Chairman of the JCS

Unified Commands

  • Transportation Command
    • develop and direct the Joint Deployment and Distribution Enterprise to globally project strategic national security capabilities; accurately sense the operating environment; provide end-to-end distribution process visibility; and responsive support of joint, U.S. government and Secretary of Defense-approved multinational and non-governmental logistical requirements
    • synchronize and deliver unrivaled, full spectrum, deployment and distribution solutions
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How We Are Organized

Office of the Secretary of Defense

Military Departments

Chairman of the JCS

Unified Commands

  • Strategic Command
    • -USSTRATCOM conducts global operations in coordination with other Combatant Commands, Services, and appropriate U.S. Government agencies to deter and detect strategic attacks against the U.S. and its allies, and is prepared to defend the nation as directed.
  • -A main priority is to deter nuclear attacks, provide nuclear deterrent forces and build and maintain a cyber capability.
what we do
What We Do
  • War Fighting
  • Humanitarian
  • Peacekeeping
  • Evacuation
  • Homeland Security
our most important resource
Our Most Important Resource
  • It’s not planes, tanks, or ships. It’s…
  • PEOPLE
summary
Summary
  • Who We Are
  • Who We Work For
  • How We Are Organized
  • What We Do
our bottom line
Our Bottom Line
  • Provide the military forces needed to deter war
  • Protect the security of the United States