Joint Structure and Doctrine

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  1. Fundamental principles that guide the employment of forces of two or more nations in a coordinated action toward a common objective?
    Multinational Doctrine.
  2. Fundamental principles that guide the employment of forces of two or more services from the same nation ad coordinated action toward a common objective?
    Joint Doctrine.
  3. Fundamental principles that guide the employment of forces of two or more services in the coordinated action toward a common objective?
    Multiservice Doctrine.
  4. Fundamental principles that guide the employment of forces of a single service?
    Service Doctrine.
  5. Which doctrine is ratified by participating nations?
    Multinational Doctrine.
  6. Which doctrine is promulgated by the Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff?
    Joint Doctrine.
  7. Which doctrine is ratified by two or more services?
    Multiservice Doctrine.
  8. Which doctrine is promulgated by respective service headquarters?
    Service Doctrine.
  9. What are the two distinct branches of the Chain of Command?
    • -Operational
    • -Administrative
  10. The Operational CoC order from top to bottom is as follows:
    • -POTUS
    • -SECDEF
    • -Combatant Commanders
    • -Service Component Commanders
    • -Service Forces
  11. Which command is the command authority over assigned forces, vested only in the commanders of combatant commands by Title 10, or as directed by POTUS in the Unified Command Plan, and cannot be delegated or transferred?
    Combatant Command.
  12. What control is inherent in COCOM and is the authority to perform those functions of command over subordinate forces involving organizing and employing commands and forces, assigning tasks, designating objectives, and giving authoritative direction necessary to accomplish the mission?
    Operational Control.
  13. Which control can be delegated or transferred?
    Operational Control.
  14. Which is command authority over assigned or attached forces or commands, or military capability of forces made available for tasking, that is limited to the detailed and usually local direction and control of movements or maneuvers necessary to accomplish assigned missions or tasks?
    Tactical Control.
  15. Which commander determines who and how, and provides connectivity to the forces?
    Supported Commander.

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