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United States Joint Forces Command

Command Overview

Presenter

Position, USJFCOM

1

joint forces command mission
The United States Joint Forces Command provides mission-ready Joint Capable forces and supports the development and integration of Military, Government, and Multinational capabilities to meet the presentandfuture operational needs

of the Joint Force.

Joint Forces Command Mission
the challenge
Build the right numbers

Provide the right equipment

Provide the right guidance

Be able to operate together with Partners

US and Multi-national

Military and Civilian

The Challenge

Deconflicted

Coordinated

Integrated

commander s guidance
Jointness is not a natural state – deserves our best effort

Our enemy means every word it says

We will fight future wars with partners

Our military must improve capability in the irregular fight

Maintain our conventional dominance

Commander’s Guidance

Reshape our forces to fight a new way of war

organizing for synergy jfcom model

1” = 5 miles

1” = 8 kilometers

Organizing for Synergy – JFCOM Model

Air Force,

and Multi-Service Tactics,

Techniques & Procedures

Army

Army Training & Doctrine and Capabilities Integration Center

JFCOM Lakeview Tech Park

JFCOM

Headquarters

JFCOM in

Suffolk

Navy

Partner Nations

Marines

Federal Government

Laboratory

Training

Industry

Experimentation

Universities

Military, Industry, Academia, Government, and other Nations Located Together

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USJFCOM ApproachSupporting the Joint Commander

  • Developing joint concepts and experimenting
    • Find out what works for the future
  • Ensuring military systems “talk” to each other
    • Fixing those that don’t, making new systems that do
  • Training Joint Forces
    • From Headquarters Staffs to Individuals
  • Providing deployable joint teams
    • A team available “right now” to meet Commander’s immediate needs
  • Providing Joint Forces
    • Right mix of forces and equipment to get the job done
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1.1 Million Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, and Marines

USFF

ACC

6 CSGs

5 ESGs

26 F/B/Comp

Wings

101,000 Sailors

83,652 Airmen

19,382 Sailors

(RC)

57,357 Airmen

(RC & NG)

FORSCOM

7 Divisions

35 BCTs

1 Division

1 Wing

1 MLG

MARFORCOM

51,579 Marines

2,671 Sailors

195,000 Soldiers

Over 80% of US-based General Purpose Active and Reserve Forces

39,600 Marines

(RC)

545,000 Soldiers

(RC & NG)

Joint Forces Command Components

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USJFCOM Multi-National Collaboration

ROK

3 (J7/J9)

19 Nations with Bilateral MOU/A with USJFCOM - 29 Representatives (Exchange/Foreign Liaison Officers)

Australia

1 (J8)

Canada

2 (J7/J9)

Denmark

1(J9)

Finland

2 (J8/J9)

Germany

3 (J9)

Hungary

1(J9)

Israel 1 (J9)

Italy

1(J9)

Japan

2 (J8/J9)

Jordan

1 (J7) (Gapped)

Morocco

1 (J7)

Poland

1 (J9)

Portugal

1 (J9)

Romania

1 (J7)

Singapore

1 (J9) (Gapped)

Spain

1 (J9)

Sweden

2 (J9/JPRA)

UK

3 (J7/J8/J9)

7 Nations pursuing Bilateral MOU/A with USJFCOM

3 Visitors/Representatives at JFCOM

3 Nations with “Additional-Duty” Relationship with USJFCOM - 3 Representatives

Mexico

1 (USFF)

Sweden

1 (ACT)

Algeria

Czech

Republic

France 2 (J7/J9)

Greece 1 (J9)

Pakistan

(J7)

Thailand

Qatar

Brazil

1 (USFF)

Additional Opportunities for Multi-National Collaboration - NOT attached to USJFCOM

23 NATO Nations with Local National Liaison Representatives (NLR) to Allied Command Transformation - 35 Representatives

Belgium

1

Bulgaria

2

Canada

1

Czech Republic

2

Denmark

1

Estonia

1

France

2

Germany

2

Greece

1

Hungary

2

Italy

2

Latvia

1

Lithuania

1

Netherlands

1

Norway

2

Poland

2

Portugal

1

Romania

2

Slovakia

2

Slovenia

2

Spain

2

Turkey

1

UK

1

10 Partnership for Peace Nations with NLR to ACT - 10 Representatives

1 Partnership for Peace Nation

1 Representative (not NLR)

Albania

1

Armenia

1

Austria

1

Azerbaijan

1

Croatia

1

Finland

1

FYROM

1

Ukraine

1

Georgia

1

Sweden

1

Switzerland

1

7 Latin American Nations at U.S. Fleet Forces Command - 7 Representatives

Peru

1

Argentina

1

Brazil

1

Chile

1

Colombia

1 (Gapped)

Ecuador

1

Mexico

1

current efforts
Current Efforts…

Continue Focused Support to Win the Current Wars

Improve Global Force Management Process

Maintain our Conventional Superiority and Improve Capability in the Irregular Fight

Improve Joint Command and Control

Leader centric, network enabled

Support our Partners

Multi-national, US, military and civilian

Maintain Deployable Operational Headquarters

Maintain a Bias for Action