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Unified Action Armed Forces (Unaaf)

By Shelton, Henry H.

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Title: Unified Action Armed Forces (Unaaf)  
Author: Shelton, Henry H.
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Language: English
Subject: Government publications, Legislation., Government Printing Office (U.S.)
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Shelton, H. H. (n.d.). Unified Action Armed Forces (Unaaf). Retrieved from http://hawaiilibrary.net/


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Excerpt: The enduring theme, “joint warfare is team warfare,” is an attitude based on the foundation of joint doctrine that is universally understood and practiced. This team approach ensures the most effective employment of US forces for joint warfare. If we are to continue to improve the structure of US forces for joint warfare, everyone must be involved. Capstone publications Joint Warfare of the Armed Forces of the United States and this publication, Unified Action Armed Forces (UNAAF), provide the foundation for all the joint publications.

Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS iii PAGE EXECUTIVE SUMMARY .......................................................................................... vii CHAPTER I DOCTRINE AND POLICY GOVERNING UNIFIED DIRECTION OF FORCES • Constitutional Foundation ......................................................................................... I-1 • National Strategic Direction ...................................................................................... I-2 • Unity of Effort .......................................................................................................... I-3 • Unified Action .......................................................................................................... I-5 • Objectives ................................................................................................................. I-6 • Roles, Missions, and Functions ................................................................................. I-6 • Chain of Command ................................................................................................... I-6 • The Combatant Commands ....................................................................................... I-8 • The Military Departments, Services, and Forces ........................................................ I-9 • Relationship Between Combatant Commands and Military Departments, Services, or Forces ................................................................................................. I-9 • Interagency Coordination ....................................................................................... I-10 CHAPTER II FUNCTIONS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE AND ITS MAJOR COMPONENTS SECTION A. THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE ................................................... II-1 • General .................................................................................................................... II-1 • Organizations in the Department of Defense ............................................................ II-1 • Functions of the Department of Defense ................................................................... II-1 • Functions and Responsibilities Within the Department of Defense ........................... II-1 • Executive Agents ..................................................................................................... II-2 SECTION B. THE JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF ......................................................... II-2 • Composition and Functions ...................................................................................... II-2 • Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff ........................................................................ II-5 • Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff .............................................................. II-11 • The Joint Staff ........................................................................................................ II-11 SECTION C. COMMON FUNCTIONS OF THE MILITARY DEPARTMENTS AND SERVICES....................................................................................................... II-12 • Common Functions of the Military Departments .................................................... II-12 • Common Functions of the Military Services and the United States Special Operations Command .......................................................................................... II-12

 

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