JFMCC

AcronymDefinition
JFMCCJoint Force Marine Component Commander
JFMCCJoint Force Maritime Component Commander and Staff
JFMCCJoint Forces Man-Time Component Commander
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Furthermore, JP 3-32, Command and Control for Joint Maritime Operations, 7 August 2013, http:// www.dtic.mil/doctrine/new_pubs/jp3_32.pdf, notes that "the JFMCC [joint force maritime component commander] provides a unique complement of sensors and sensor fusion capability to support joint requirements and advocates for the use of other component and national assets to provide optimum support to maritime operations.
ESG 7 was initially asked to provide only amphibious support to the operation, but was later tasked to relieve CSG 5 as JFMCC. As ESG 7 Assistant Chief of Staff for Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence (C4I) or N6, my initial role was to ensure our amphibious forces sailed with the C4I support required to complete their mission.
With the economy of force (1) under the command of the JFMCC, the Joint Operations Center (JOC) of USS Mount Whitney was manned almost completely by personnel drawn from the CNE/CNA/C6F MOC.
Even if the Navy establishes a theater JFMCC (which it is doing), it is possible that, absent an underpinning theory of naval airpower explaining why naval aviation should be commanded by the JFMCC, the Air Force will subsequently revisit and win the argument and get operational control of naval aviation, at least in the Pacific theater.
During lower threat operations at joint airfields, the SAA should be tasked with providing organic JFACC security forces to mitigate potential SAM threats to approach and departure corridors off the airfield in conjunction with the host nation, similar to the HDC commitment of JFMCC security forces to shore approaches.
CSG-2 deployed from Norfolk, embarked Bataan, and relieved CSG-1 as JFMCC and CTF-41.
This gave the MRC ties within the USFJ staff, and later the JTF-519 led JSF to communicate successfully the JFMCC's priorities.
CCSG-2 became the Joint Force Maritime Component Commander (JFMCC)/CTF 41 after arriving in Haiti.
It seemed that the Navy was interested in putting the joint force maritime component commander (JFMCC) firmly in charge of "the Maritime Domain," including the air above the oceans and littorals, and was going to use the MOC to do it.
Whereas a DIRSPACEFOR would provide coordination at the JFACC and AOC levels, it is essential to address integration at the JFC level if SCA is retained, or to determine the coordination of joint space forces if the SCA is delegated to another joint force component commander--say, the JFMCC. Although neither optimal nor complete, the DIRSPACEFOR model for integrating space power into joint operations is a useful evolutionary step toward a more robust C2 construct for theater space forces.
Within OLP was the catalyst that launched COSL, being born from the Joint Force Maritime Component Commander (JFMCC) Flag Officer Course, which was first held in August 2005.
Sixth Fleet (COMSIXTHFLT) Joint Forces Maritime Component Command (JFMCC) J4 Team embarked COMSIXTHFLT's Command Ship, USS Mount Whitney in Varna, Bulgaria, on Sept.