The most critical function of the airborne ISB in JMRC training is to allow the coalition and joint services to execute the formation of an airborne MNBCT through JRSOI activities.
JRSOI at the ISB generates human, procedural, and technical interoperability training opportunities across the airborne MNBCT.
JRSOI doctrine allows planners, commanders, and their staffs to develop training for ISB employment that replicates an ISB's role in crisis-response conditions.
A sustainment brigade TAC and its CSSB can alleviate the burden on the rotational unit at the ISB while simultaneously training on one of the unit's core competencies of JRSOI.
During planning and scenario design, the sustainment brigade and CSSB with the task of JRSOI should be seen as separate rotational units from the BCT.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia granted the United States, along with its western allies, essential access to seaports and airports, which allowed them to establish the intermediate staging bases critical to accomplishing JRSOI.
Adequate force projection, dedicated logistics command and control, viable JRSOI, and vigorous sustainment were essential factors for the overwhelming logistics success achieved during the Persian Gulf War.