The Guard must be willing to shift priorities within the JFHQ-State staffs.
(26) This is reflected in the fact that only 30 of the 54 JFHQ-State J2s are full-time personnel.
Over the course of the past year, only 10 of the 30 full-time JFHQ-State J2s accessed the products and information on that portal and still fewer did so regularly.
Operationally, the Guard has been proactive in adapting to the post-9/11 world with the creation of HRFs, CSTs and CERFPs as well as the JFHQ-State construct, but the necessary changes to develop an intelligence infrastructure capable of supporting the new missions and force structure have not yet materialized.
Fourth, it is recommended that each National Guard JFHQ-State
in coordination with USNORTHCOM develop a dual-status concept of operations plan (CONPLAN) and draft a dual-status JTF memorandum of understanding for approval by the Secretary of Defense.