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United States Joint Forces Command/Related Articles
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- U.S. Department of Defense : The military forces of the United States and their supporting civil servants.
- Unified Combatant Command : Operational line-of-commands for United States military groups.
- James Mattis : General, United States Marine Corps, Commander, United States Joint Forces Command and also NATO's Supreme Allied Commander Transformation until that "hat" went to a French officer in September 2009; battalion commander in Gulf War; 1st Marine Division commander in Iraq War
- Forces Command : United States Army headquarters, at Fort McPherson, Georgia, for Active Component and Reserve forces in the continental United States, Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico, commanded by GEN Charles Campbell and performs training readiness oversight of all National Guard (United States) formations; after mobilization, takes command and control of Army National Guard (United States) and U.S. Army Reserve units preparing for deployment to the Unified Combatant Commands (UCC); when a unit is not assigned to a UCC, it reports to this organizations or one of its subcommands; subordinate to United States Joint Forces Command
- Charles Campbell : General, United States Army, commanding Forces Command; previously commanded a United States Army Special Forces A-Detachment in Vietnam, an armor battalion in the 3d Armored Division, a mechanized brigade in the 2d Infantry Division, and as the Commanding General of the 7th Infantry Division; Commanding GeneralEighth United States Army; the Chief of Staff, United States Central Command; and Chief of Staff, United Nations Command/Combined Forces Command/United States Forces Korea.
- Marine Forces Command : Add brief definition or description
- Air Combat Command : The United States Air Force headquarters responsibility for preparing and training resources for the operational Unified Combatant Commands, as well as doctrinal development
- William Fraser : General, United States Air Force, commanding Air Combat Command; previously commanded two bomb wings; Chief of the Nuclear Requirements Cell at Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe, Chief of Staff for United States Strategic Command, and as the Assistant to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
- U.S. Fleet Forces Command : Add brief definition or description
- John Harvey : Admiral, United States Navy, commanding U.S. Fleet Forces Command; commanded USS David R. Ray (DD 971), USS Cape St. George (CG-71) and Cruiser-Destroyer Group Eight/Theodore Roosevelt Strike Group; three tours in the Bureau of Naval Personnel, Chief of Naval Personnel, and Director of Navy Staff
- Joint Warfighting Center : Add brief definition or description
- Joint Systems Integration Center : Add brief definition or description
- Joint Transformation Command for Intelligence : Add brief definition or description
- Joint Warfare Analysis Center : Add brief definition or description
- Joint Communications Support Element : Add brief definition or description
- Joint Public Affairs Support Element : Add brief definition or description
- Joint Personnel Recovery Agency : Created in 1999, merging the Joint Services SERE Agency and the Joint Combat Search and Rescue Agency; U.S. Department of Defense executive agent for personnel recovery, including rescue, prisoner repatriation, etc.
- Joint Deployment Training Center : Add brief definition or description
- Joint Capability Development Directorate, Joint Forces Command : Add brief definition or description
- Joint Systems Integration Center : Add brief definition or description (JSIC)
- Joint Fires Integration and Interoperability Team : Organization that develops doctrine and techniques for the delivery of fires among the joint military services, by providing solutions that produce effective target acquisition, command and control (C2), and interoperable firing systems, thereby reducing fratricide and collateral damage (JFIIT)
- Joint Unmanned Aerial Systems Center of Excellence : Add brief definition or description
- Special Operations Command - Joint Forces Command : Located in Suffolk, Va., supports all geographic combatant commanders and joint task forces in providing special operations elements; reports both to United States Forces Command and United States Special Operations Command for joint conventional-special operations force training
- Joint Enabling Capabilities Command : An organization that provides either augmentation to existing commands, or staff elements to ad hoc organizations, organized general staff (operations, plans, information superiority/knowledge management and logistics), public affairs, communications, and intelligence teams
- Mac Thornberry : U.S. House of Representatives (R-Texas); House Armed Services Committee, Strategic Forces Subcommittee, Terrorism, Unconventional Threats and Capabilities Subcommittee; House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, Tactical and Technical Intelligence Subcommittee; Council on Foreign Relations, Republican Study Committee