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Running head: REFLECTION ON JIIM 1Reflection on JIIM1SG Bobby BrooksUnited States Army Sergeants Major AcademySMC-DL Class 46SGM Meiling Konstantynowicz26 March 2020
Reflection on JIIM 2Reflection on JIIMIn current operations, planning is a progressively complex activity. This complex planning holds value, especially in civil-military situations. Making decisions in compound situations is usually performed under uncertainty, with cost and time constraints. With cost and time constraints in play, there is a noteworthy potential for undesirable outcomes due to the existence of several variables and differing goals. The joint functions play a vital role in the JointPlanning Process (JPP) to minimize risks to the lowest acceptable level.Afghanistan is the world’s leading manufacturer and exporter of opium. This international trade helps fund the insurgency to be able to continue the fight and disrupt all stability in the region. The International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) and the international community involving the United States (U.S.), Russia, Great Britain, and others have been battling the opioid crisis in Afghanistan for over a decade now. ISAF’s support is primarily to provide a line of security, logistic assistance, medical assets, and specialist engineers for combating improvised explosive device (IED) clearance. It will take all involved in joint