FCB and associated Joint Capability Area (JCA
) categories include Force Support (formerly Force Support and Building Partnerships); Battlespace Awareness; Force Application; Logistics; Command, Control, Communications, and Computers (C4)/Cyber (formerly Net-Centric, Command and Control, and C4/Cyber); and Protection.
are an organizing construct designed to give DOD leadership a
Using strategic guidance documents such as the Quadrennial Defense Review (QDR) and National Military Strategy (NMS) as well as joint conceptual documents such as the Joint Operating Concepts (JOC), Joint Capability Areas (JCAs
), and existing archival data, the very first step is for the service or agency to initiate and fund a Capabilities-Based Assessment (CBA).
The aircraft has been selling like hot cakes ever since the 30.6-tonne C-27J was selected as the Pentagon's JCA
(Joint Cargo Aircraft), with L-3 Communications as prime contractor for US orders and Foreign Military Sales.
Before setting up JCAS
, Julie was employed at Deighton-based chemical firm Syngenta and its forerunner firms for 15 years - 10 of those years in human resources.
Service differences in the approach to doctrine and training are a key limiter in JCAS
The Training and Education work group focused on enabling execution of the same joint capability areas (JCAs
) examined by the futures work group.
(13.) See, for example, Hisao Koatsu, Obiya Chika and John Schoeberlein, eds., Migration in Central Asia: Its History and Current Problems, JCAS
Symposium Series 9 , Osaka: Japan Centre for Area Studies, 2000; Charles King and Neil J.
Estas variables se basan en calculos de JMAS, JCAS