JWFCJoint Warfighting Center
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The new JWFC/JCLL organization operated as intended, even after the JWFC was transferred to U.S.
On February 3, 2003, he tasked the USJFCOM J7 and the JWFC to build the necessary collection team, drawing resources from across the command.
The most current joint guidance, JWFC Doctrine Pam 7, attempts to operationalize assessment using two criteria--measures of performance (MOP) and measures of effectiveness (MOE).
Joint Warfighting Center Pamphlet (JWFC Doctrine Pam) 7.
The first version of Keystone took shape in April 2004, when enlisted leaders participated in the two-day CSEL Capstone JOM at USJFCOM's JWFC.
The JWFC is located at USJFCOM's Joint Training, Analysis and Simulation Center in Suffolk.
The JWFC study recommended, "The JFC needed a JFFC to be the impartial arbiter for joint fires, manage scarce resources, ensure the commander's guidance is being followed and intent accomplished, maintain a focus on what to preserve or destroy, deconflict lethal and nonlethal fires, champion JFC fires needs, and help the JFC maintain situational awareness." (28) A JFFC offers further value added by assisting the J3 and JFC in synchronizing joint fires with other aspects of the campaign to include maneuver, communications, IO, and logistics.
The JWFC commander serves as the joint force trainer to ensure the fidelity and coordination of the military's overall joint training efforts.
(26.) Joint Warfighting Center (JWFC) Pamphlet 7, Operational Implications of Effects-Based Operations, 17 November 2004, 21, http://www.dtic.mil/doctrine/jel/other_pubs/ jwfcpam7.pdf.
Joint Forces Command Joint Warfighting Center (JWFC) Joint Doctrine Series Pamphlet 4, "Doctrinal Implications of Operational Net Assessment (ONA)," dated 24 February 2004.
The Joint Warfighting Center (JWFC) was established in 1994 while the Joint Center for Lessons Learned (JCLL), one of its elements, became operational in 1998.