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Joint Forces Security Operation/NAS Fort Worth

Course Description

Under the Goldwater-Nichols Act (1986), military advice was centralized in the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs as opposed to the service chiefs. The Chairman was designated as the principal military adviser to the President of the United States, National Security Council and Secretary of Defense. Today's Department of Defense strives to function as a "Joint" Force. Additionally, the challenges of our modern global security environment require drastically different mission sets than traditional kinetic warfare. This discussion will focus on the need for steady state security cooperation in today's threat environment. The goal of all geographic Combatant Commanders is to take national strategic guidance, develop Intermediate Military Objectives which then drive the tactical missions performed in every area of responsibility. Strategy to Task. The role of the Reserve Component and that of NAS, Ft. Worth, Joint Reserve Base will also be discussed.

Please note: this course requires membership in Silver Frogs Membership Spring 2019

Number of Seat(s) Available: There are 2 openings remaining at this time.

Code:SF19SL220
Dates:February 20, 2019
Meets:W from 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
Hours:1.50
Instructor:Jonathan Townsend
Fee: $0.00Fee Breakdown
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