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1 Joint Forces Staff College The Integration of Stability Operations and Irregular Warfare in JFSC Curricula Joint Forces Staff College National Defense University Jon Stull TXC Quarterly Meeting Ft. McNair, Washington, D.C June 2007

2 Joint Forces Staff College JFSC Mission To educate national security leaders in joint, multinational, and interagency operational-level planning and warfighting, to instill a primary commitment to joint, multinational, and interagency teamwork, attitudes, and perspectives..

3 Joint Forces Staff College Joint Forces Staff College Organization Directorate of Academic Affairs Chief of Staff and Dean of Administration Joint and Combined Warfighting School Joint Command, Control, and Information Operations School Joint Continuing and Distance Education School Directorate of Operations & Information Technology Commandant College Relations Joint education, but not “JPME” Joint Advanced Warfighting School

4 JFSC 2007 Master Activity Schedule January February AugustSeptemberOctoberNovemberDecemberJulyMarch AprilMay June JCWS Class 07-2JCWS Class 07-3 JCWS Class 07-4 JCWS Class 08-1 JAWS Class 07 Started 24 JULY 2006 Ends 15 JUNE 2007 Starts 23 July 2007 Ends 13 JUNE /30/15 Student Mix 10 Apr – 15 Jun JTCJTC JTCJTC JTCJTC JTCJTC /30/15 Student Mix 10 Sep – 16 Nov 210/30/15 Student Mix 25 Jun – 31 Aug HLSPC JIMPC (West trip)(Spring Break) (Gettysburg trip)(DC & South trips) (30 students) JAWS Class 08 (39 students) 210/30/15 Student Mix 16 Jan – 23 Mar AJPME 07-3 F2F2 AJPME students F2F2 AJPME students F2F2 AJPME students F2F2 AJPME students F2F2AJPME students F2F2 AJPME students AJPME Jan – 5 Oct students 1 1 F2F2 1 AJPME Feb – 9 Nov students AJPME Apr – 1 Feb students 1 AJPME May – 15 Feb students 1 1 AJPME July – 25 April AJPME Aug – 9 May AJPME Sep – 13 June AJPME AJPME May – 15 Feb students JC4I 24 students F2F2 16 Jan – 2 Feb Aug 16 Apr – 4 May 26 Feb – 16 Mar 4 – 22 Jun JIOOC 28 students 22 – 26 Jan JIOPC 24 students 22 Jan – 16 Feb 16 Apr – 12 May 9 Jul – 4 Aug 20 Aug – 15 Sep Other 10 – 14 Sep18 – 22 Jun 26 – 30 Mar 15 Oct – 10 Nov Jun26-30 Nov11-15 Dec21-25 May 12–16 Mar MTT 26 Feb – 2 Mar Revised 3/30/ Jan – 2 Feb Apr Jun Aug MTT 15 Oct - 2 Nov Nov – 14 Dec MTT 19–23 Mar STRATCOM NSA PACOMJAWS NOPC Hofheimer Lecture- 14 Jun Oct

5 Joint Forces Staff College Total number of hours for core curriculum:244 Strategy (STR) (Lessons / Hours / % of block total) 32 Direct (2 / 5.5 / 17%)Related (6 / 15 / 47%) Operational Capabilities and Functions (OCF) 55 Direct (10 / 16.5 / 29%)Related (5 / 8 / 15%) Joint Operational Planning Process (JPP) 60 Direct (3 / 13.5 / 23%)Related (10 / 42 / 70%) Contemporary Operating Environment (COE) 12 Direct(4 / 8 / 75%)Related (2 / 4 / 25%) War Games and Simulations (EX) 60 Direct40%Related 20% JCWS Overview Four ten-week courses of mid-grade officers per year 28%33%

6 Joint Forces Staff College Total number of hours for core curriculum:965 Theory of War (TH) ( Lessons /Hours/% of block total) 152 Direct (6 / 19.5 / 13%)Related (11 / 63 / 41%) Strategy (ST) 166 Direct (3 / 36 / 22%)Related (9 / 80 / 48%) Operational Planning (OP)511 Direct (13 / 165 / 32%)Related (23 / 180 / 35%) JAWS Overview Eleven-month graduate program for 40 mid-grade officers 28%33%

7 Joint Forces Staff College JAWS Research (Approximately a third dealt with SSRT Ops or Irregular Warfare) Titles from student theses: –U.S. Organization and Strategy for Combating Terrorism –Developing a Whole-of-Government Approach to Complex Problems –Evolution of Phase Zero Shaping and Interagency Integration in Combatant Commander Campaign Planning –Elements of the Iraqi Insurgency and the Role of Security for Achieving Victory in Iraq –Eyes to See: The Foothold of Jihadi Underpinnings –Pursuing Strateegic Goals, Resources, Technology, Political Will, and the Global War on Terrorism –U.S. Freedom Agenda in the Middle East –Decisive Point in the War on Terrorism

8 Joint Forces Staff College Total number of hours for elective curriculum:24 Each of the nine unified commands have an elective Command and Control of U.S. Forces Insurgency and Counterinsurgency Warfare Islam and Islamic Radicalism NATO, the Combined Command and Issues Homeland Security, Transformation and the War Against Terror Operational Fires Joint C4I United Nations and the 21 st Century Just War and Jihad: Ethics in an Age of Uncertainty Joint Intelligence Joint Logistics Joint Personnel Recovery Case Studies in Interagency and International Operations Campaigning and the Operational Level of War JAWS/JCWS Electives

9 Joint Forces Staff College Interagency Short-Courses Homeland Security Planner’s Course (HLSPC) Focus:Interagency planning and coordination for homeland security and defense Format:20-person seminars x 4 plus MTTs Content:National Strategies, DoD Processes, Players and Capabilities, NIMS/ICS implementation, Exercises Joint Interagency Multinational Planner’s Course (JIMPC) Focus:Interagency planning for international response to complex contingencies Format:25-30 person seminars x 5 Content:National Policy, Transforming Interagency Processes & Organizations, Players and Perspectives, Nexus of POL/MIL Planning, JIACG Simulation

10 Joint Forces Staff College Participation: Non-DoD Total % of Class JCWS* % JAWS* 7 18% HLSPC 60 38% JIMPC* 46 31% Agencies State DHS ICE FEMA NSA DIA DNI DOT Treasury USCG FBI USAID ATC NORAD First Responders * Includes international students

11 Joint Forces Staff College SUMMARY: Four Schools / 8 courses OPMEP and SAEs direct programs Programs focus on “operational-level” Create planners through “practice” Joint Forces Staff College

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13 JCWS Syllabus Lsn#Title Hours Method STR 02 Strategic Guidance 3 GD STR 03 Interagency Process 2 GS STR 04 Military Strategic Guidance 2 GD STR 06 Strategic Direction for the Combatant Commander 2IL/GD STR 09 Theater Strategy 3GD/PE STR 10 War on Terrorism Case Studies 3.5SL-GD STR 11 Security Cooperation 3GD/PE STR 12 Ambassador 2 IL OCF 06 Operational Art 2CS/PE OCF 07 Effects Based Approach 2 GD OCF 10 Operational Information Operations 2.5GD/PE OCF 14 Rules of Engagement 1.5 GS OCF 15 Operational Command and Control 2 GD OCF 16 Force Protection 2 GD Four ten-week courses of mid-grade officers per year

14 Joint Forces Staff College JCWS Syllabus (cont’d) Lsn#Title Hours Method OCF 17 Interagency Case Study 2 CS OCF 18 Joint Interagency Coordination Group (JIACG) 1 GD OCF 19 Crisis Response Contingencies 2.5 GD OCF 20 Multinational Case Study 2CS/GD OCF 21 Iraqi Perspective Project 1.5 IL OCF 22 Stability Operations 2 GD OCF 23 Interagency Panel 2 IL OCF 24 Multinational Panel 2 IL OCF 25 Future Operational Concepts 1.5 GS JPP 01A Introduction to Military Planning 1 GD JPP 02 Collaborative Information Environment (CIE) 1 IL JPP 03 Crisis Planning Case Studies 1.5 IL JPP 04 Strategic Guidance: Initiation-JIPOE (JOPP Step 1) 2GD/PE JPP 05 Strategic Guidance: Mission Analysis (JOPP Step 2) 10GD/PE Four ten-week courses of mid-grade officers per year

15 Joint Forces Staff College JCWS Syllabus (cont’d) Lsn#Title Hours Method JPP 06 Concept Development: COA Development (JOPP Step 3) 10 GD/PE JPP 07 Concept Development: COA Analysis-SEst. (JOPP Step 4) 8 GD/PE JPP 08 Concept Development: COA Analysis-Wargaming (Step 5) 8 GD/PE JPP 09 Concept Development: COA Comparison (JOPP Step 6) 6 GD/PE JPP 10 Concept Development: CONOPS Approval (JOPP Step 6) 4 GD/PE JPP 11 Force, Support and Transportation Planning (JOPP Step 7) 1 GD/PE JPP 12 Plan Development: Shortfall Identification (JOPP Step 7) 2 GD/PE JPP 14 Crisis Action Planning (CAP) 1 GD COE 01 Globalism 2 IL COE 02 Terrorism 2 IL COE 03 Insurgency Theory 2 IL COE 04 Counter-Insurgency Theory 2 IL COE 05 Counter-Insurgency Case Study: Malaya 2 IL COE 06 Transformation 2 IL Four ten-week courses of mid-grade officers per year

16 Joint Forces Staff College JCWS Syllabus (cont’d) Computer Assisted Simulations Lsn#Title Hours Method PG PURPLE GUARDIAN (Homeland Security/Defense) 7 PE PL PURPLE LIGHTNING (Crisis Response / LCO) 12 PE PW PURPLE WARRIOR (MCO and SSRT) 36 PE Four ten-week courses of mid-grade officers per year

17 Joint Forces Staff College JAWS Syllabus Lsn#Title Hours Method TH 6111A Classical Theories of Warfighting 3IL/GD TH 6111C/DContemporary Theories 6 GD TH 6112GGlobal War On Terror 1.5 GD TH 6112HInsurgency Warfare 3 GD TH 6121Information Warfare 3 GD TH 6112JFuture War 3 GD TH 6113E/FBin Laden/Ahmadinejad // Putin/Jiantao 9 GD TH 6115APreparing for War 18 CS TH 6115BParadigms for Occupation (SSTR) 6 GD TH 6116NSS/ Surprise Cultures – “Clash of Civilizations” 9IL/GD ST 6302Grand Strategy 3IL/GD ST 6303The International Environment 3IL/GD ST 6311AInteragency Contributions and Capabilities 3IL/GD ST 6312National Defense Strategy 3IL/GD ST 6313 National Military Strategy 3IL/GD Eleven-month graduate program for 40 mid-grade officers Theory of War Strategy Campaign Planning

18 Joint Forces Staff College JAWS Syllabus (cont’d) Lsn#Title Hours Method ST 6322 Seat of Strategic Guidance (D.C. Interagency Trip) 32GS/SF ST 6324 Threat Exercise – Strategic Analysis 9GD/PE ST 6325/6 USPACOM / USEUCOM CCDR VTC 4 GS ST 6328 AFRICOM 3 GS ST 6363 USSOUTHCOM / USCENTCOM / USSOCOM / JIATF-S 24GS/SF ST 6332 Allied Command Transformation 5 GS ST 6336 Strategic Vulnerabilities Exercise 24 PE TH 6121A Vietnam 3 IL/GD TH 6121C Operation: JUST CAUSE 3GS/SF TH 6121D Operation: DESERT STORM 3GS/SF TH 6121E Somalia 3GS/SF TH 6121F Bosnia, Kosovo 3GS/SF TH 6123A Operation: ENDURING FREEDOM 3GS/SF TH 6123B Operation: IRAQI FREEDOM 3GS/SF Eleven-month graduate program for 40 mid-grade officers Theory of War Strategy Operational Planning

19 Joint Forces Staff College JAWS Syllabus (cont’d) Lsn#Title Hours Method OP 6505 Planning, Operational Art, Design and Assessment 6GD/PE OP 6515 War Plans Analysis 4GD/PE OP 6517 OIF Plan Analysis 4 GD OP 6518 Combatant Command Campaign Planning 4 GD OP 6519 Planning Initiative 2GD/PE OP 6520 Task Analysis 2GD/PE OP 6521 Analyze Higher CDR’s Intent 2GD/PE OP 6524 Determine POL/MIL Endstates/Objectives/Effects 8GD/PE OP 6520 Task Analysis 2GD/PE OP 6525 JIPOE 8 GS/GD/PE OP 6526 Centers of Gravity 8 GS/GD/PE OP 6527 Force Structure Analysis 2GD/PE OP 6528 Initial Risk Assessment 2GD/PE OP 6529 CCIRs 4GD/PE OP 6532 Mission Analysis Brief 6 SF/GD/PA OP 6533 Initial CCDR’s Planning Guidance 2GD/PE Eleven-month graduate program for 40 mid-grade officers Theory of War Strategy Operational Planning

20 Joint Forces Staff College JAWS Syllabus (cont’d) Lsn#Title Hours Method OP 6534 Initial CCDR’s Intent 2GD/PE OP 6536 Political Considerations 2 GD OP 6537 FDOs 2 GD OP 6538 Lines of Operation 4GD/PE OP 6544 COA Analysis and Wargaming 21GD/PE OP 6545 Information Operations Course 40GD/PE OP 6546 Branches and Sequels 4GD/PE OP 6549 Commander’s Estimate of the Situation 3GD/PE OP 6550 JSOU 32 GS/GD/PE OP 6551 CONOPS Plan Development 20 GD/PE OP 6553 WMD/CBRNE JSLC 16 GS/GD/PE OP 6554 OPLAN Brief 4 GS/GD/PE OP 6555 Planning and Assessment During Execution 24 SE/GD/PE OP 6556 Contingency Plan Application 2GD/PE OP 6558 Homeland Security Planner’s Course 16 GS/GD/PE OP 6560 MOOTW/LIC Week 16 GS/GD/PE OP 6561 OEF Plan Analysis 3 GS/GD/PE OP 6562 Joint Interagency Multinational Planner’s Course 16 GS/GD/PE OP 6563 Crisis Action Planning 48 GD/PE OP 6464 OPORD Brief 4 GS/GD/PE Eleven-month graduate program for 40 mid-grade officers Theory of War Strategy Operational Planning


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