The History of the Unified Command Plan 1946-1993
DIANE Publishing, 1996 - Всего страниц: 145
Faced with the need to establish unified command of U.S. military forces in peacetime, the Joint Chiefs of Staff in 1946 created an organization directive, the "Outline Command Plan," which was the first in a series of documents known as the Unified Command Plans. This document covers the formulation of the plan, modifications and periodic revisions. A compilation of three separate histories which were originally classified. Extensive references. Appendices: membership of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, glossary of abbreviations, and world map.
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Air Defense Command Alaskan Command approved Army and Air assigned Atlantic Command Caribbean Chairman Chiefs of Staff CINCAL CINCFE CINCLANT CINCNELM CINCONAD CINCPAC CINCs command arrangements Command History command structure Commander in Chief component commanders COMRDJTF COMUSMACV CONAD coordinated CSAF derived from JCS disestablished Encl to JCS established EUCOM executive agent Forces Command FORSCOM headquarters Indian Ocean J-5 Org Pol Joint Chiefs Joint Staff joint task force LANTCOM Marine Corps Memo Middle East military mission Naval Navy NORAD operational command operational control PACOM Pol Br File Powell President proposed rapid deployment RDJTF recommended responsibility SecDef to CJCS Secretary of Defense security assistance Service Special Operations specified command STRATCOM subordinate unified command unified and specified Unified Command Plan USAF USCENTCOM USCINCEUR USCINCRED USCINCSO USCINCSPACE USCINCTRANS USEUCOM USREDCOM USSOUTHCOM USSPACECOM USSTRATCOM Vietnam
Стр. 68 - An attempt by any outside force to gain control of the Persian Gulf region will be regarded as an assault on the vital interests of the United States of America, and such an assault will be repelled by any means necessary, including military force.
Стр. 28 - ... them. Under the new structure proposed by the Committee the military services would retain their existing responsibilities for administrative and logistic support of the military commands. The chain of command for such purposes, as distinguished from operational direction of the military commands, would run from the President to the Secretary of Defense to the chiefs of the services rather than to the military departments through their Secretaries as at present. The effect of this one change...
Стр. 98 - Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Admiral William J. Crowe, Jr.; Ambassador of the US to the USSR Jack F.
Стр. 98 - ... Department of Defense. FY 1989 is a critical year in our revitalization efforts, both in terms of the delivery of previously funded systems and new initiatives. We have institutionalized SOF within the Department through the creation of the US Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) , the establishment of an Assistant Secretary of Defense for Special Operations and Low-Intensity Conflict and the creation of a Major Force Program for SOF within our...
Стр. 38 - ... purview to permit realistic contingency planning. The present structure of eight Unified and Specified Commands and a large number of subordinate Unified Commands has proved cumbersome, imposes too broad a span of control for a single decision point in time of peace, is excessively layered, unwieldy and unworkable in crises, and too fragmented to provide the best potential for coordinated response to a general war situation.
Стр. 135 - Staff would be reconstituted so the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs (to be redesignated Chairman of the Joint Staff) would be the principal military adviser to the President and the Secretary of Defense.
Стр. 101 - Defense mapping, charting, and geodetic operations (MC&G), are being consolidated to the extent practicable, balancing economy against military requirements. For this purpose, we established the Defense Mapping Agency, a separate entity reporting through the Joint Chiefs of Staff to the Secretary of Defense. The functions being consolidated include production, source data storage and retrieval, distribution facilities , and the Topography School — approximately Ty% of total MC&G resources.
Стр. iii - This volume was reviewed for declassification by the appropriate US government departments and agencies and cleared for release. Although the text has been declassified, some of the cited sources remain classified.
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