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Our joint forces, mission partners, and first responders demand communications that are not only secure, but also flexible enough to meet the ever-changing requirements demanded by joint and multinational operations. Quiz The joint communications system includes doctrine, tactics, techniques and procedures, organizational relationship, and technology. This contributes to strategic agility, cyberspace, information superiority and network-enable operations. The communication system is the JFC’s principal tool with which they collect, transport, process, protect, and disseminate information. Through the exchange of information, the JFCs function effectively across vast distances in austere or complex environments and in all weather conditions. In describing the role of the joint communication system, this topic covered joint and multinational operations and interagency coordination, strategic agility, operational reach, tactical flexibility, network-enabled operations, information superiority, and cyberspace.
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Topic 3 communication management, operation, and planning Joint communications system operation and management involves the employment and technical control of assigned communications systems. Communications system management allows the planners to maintain an accurate and detailed status of the network down to the modular level. It combines centralized control with decentralized execution and provides effective and efficient communications system support for the JFC. This topic describes the communication system management organization, operations, and planning processes. Joint Force Communications Management Organizations- In the Joint Network Operations (or NETOPS) Control Center (or JNCC), the joint force J6 must be prepared to respond to the JFC for all automated information system issues required to accomplish the overall mission. The JNCC is used to manage all communications systems deployed during operations and exercises. The JNCC, through component and Service control facilities, exercises control over many deployed communication systems and serves as a control agency for the management and operational direction of joint communications networks. When communications system networks are activated, planners and operators begin to monitor the status of the systems, networks, and nodes. User-detected system problems are reported to the user’s immediate chain of command and supporting Systems Control (or SYSCON) or NETOPS Security Center (or NOSC). They implement corrective actions to restore any outages. Services Component Management- In services component management, components and assigned support organizations should designate a single office within their communications staffs to coordinate with the joint force J6.
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  • Fall '18
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