www.arnorth.army.mil. U.S. Army North. Operational Control. Joint Task Force – North. Joint Task Force – Civil Support. Civil Support Training Activity. Ten Defense Coordinating Officers. Two Deployable Command Posts. Theater Enablers. 63rd TAB (KYNG). 167th TSC (ALNG).
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Joint Task Force – North
Joint Task Force – Civil Support
Defense Coordinating Officers
Deployable Command Posts
U.S. Northern Command’s
Joint Force Land Component Command (JFLCC)
Senior Command of Fort Sam Houston and Camp Bullis, Texas
U.S. Army North coordinates Department of Defense assistance to other federal agencies.
Army North Soldiers share knowledge and training with their Canadian and Mexican counterparts. Through the Military Personnel Exchange Program, the command’s goals include promoting mutual understanding and trust; enhancing interoperability through mutual understanding of doctrine, tactics, techniques and procedures; and developing long-term, professional and personal relationships.
Col. Mayr briefs Lt. Gen. Swan during a visit to the Region IV headquarters in Atlanta.
Defense Coordinating Officers / Elements
Army North DCOs/DCEs coordinate DoD assistance with state and federal agencies following collapse of Minneapolis Bridge in August 2007.
Signal / Support
(Regions II, III, IV, X)
Maj. Gen. Basilica is briefed by his team during a train-up exercise.
An NCO with CCP1 follows a briefing during a CCP train-up exercise.
Army North emergency response vehicles are unloaded from aircraft after being quickly moved where needed to provide communication capabilities.
One standing – CCP 1 (Task Force 51)
One minimally manned – CCP 2 (Task Force 52)
Respond to all hazards (to include CBRNE)
Army North Sentinels are loaded onto aircraft and quickly moved where needed to provide communications.
Army North military and civilian personnel load up equipment as they prepare to move out on mission.
JTF-N provides military support to the nation’s law enforcement agencies within the U.S. Northern Command AOR.
JTF-N provides six categories of support, including engineer support, along the southwest border..
Chemical – Biological – Radiological – Nuclear – high-yield Explosive (CBRNE) Consequence Management Response
Army North and JTF-CS serve as lead elements during the Vibrant Response 10.1 and 10.2 Field Training Exercises at the Muscatatuck Urban Training Center in Indiana. More than 4,000 service members and civilians worked with federal and state response teams to the combat the effects of a simulated 10-kiloton nuclear blast in Indianapolis.
The 263rd Army Air and Missile Defense Command plans, coordinates, integrates and executes missions to defeat or destroy short- and medium- range ballistic missile threats.
The 63rd Theater Aviation Brigade provides theater aviation planning and coordination.
The 167th Theater Sustainment Command plans and coordinates theater sustainment and logistical support.