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What is a CMOC?
Operations and support element of the CA unit as well as a mechanism for coordination of CMO
What are some of the activities of a CMOC?
- Coordinate with NGOs, OGAs, etc
- Monitor CMO in the AO
- CMO COA recommendations to CDRs
- Contribute to IO campaign planning
Does a CMOC always exist in an AO?
What are some key tasks of CMOC Transition?
- Closing our projects
- Money is transferred/accounted for
- New team is introduced/familiarized with key leaders
What are the three possible locations for a CMOC?
- inside wire
- outside wire
What is the difference between AD and AR CMOCs?
Only the AR has functional speciality teams (FX SP cells)
What does the CA Planning Team do
What does the CIM cell do?
Collates, collects, processes, analyzes, produces and disseminates civil information through civil reconnaissance and input into a centralized database
What is a CLT?
A stand-alone CAT and an extension of a CMOC to facilitate information exchange between IPI, IGOs, NGOs, and OGAs.
What is the purpose of a CLT?
Provide connectivity between multinational agencies and organizations to ensure a constant and accurate flow of information within the AO.
How many companies are in a CA BN?
How many CATs are in a CA CO?
What is an IGO?
Intergovernmental agency created by agreement between 2+ countries to protect and promote national interests of the member states.
What are some examples of IGOs?
- United Nations
- African Union
What are the four categories of IGOs?
- general membership, broad scope (UN)
- general membership, limited scope (World Bank, IMF)
- limited membership, broad scope (EU)
- limited membership, limited scope (NATO, OPEC)
What kind of IGO is NATO?
- limited membership, limited scope
- military structure
What kind of IGO is the Red Cross?
- general membership, limited scope
- ICRC (Internal Committee of the Red Cross)
What kind of IGO is the UN?
general membership, broad scope
What world organization doesn't make law by resolves conflicts on the international scale?
What are the six organizations within the UN?
- General Assembly
- Security Council
- Econ and Social Council
- Trusteeship Council
- Int'l Court of Justice
What is the only UN organization not based in NYC?
Int'l Court of Justice (in The Hague)
What are NGOs?
Nongovernmental organizations that are private, self-governing and not-for-profit designed to alleviate human suffering..."all that feel good stuff"
What does the DoD consider PVOs (Private Voluntary Organizations)?
What are some examples of NGOs?
- Doctors Without Borders
- Carnegie Council on Ethics
What are the three levels of interpreters?
What is different about CAT 1 interpreters as opposed to CAT 2 and CAT 3?
- CAT 1 interpreters do not have a clearance
- Only *may* receive billeting, PX privileges, etc
What is the range of proficiency ratings for interpreters?
0 through 5
What is the recommended minimum proficiency rating for interpreters?
What are the three types of interpreters?
- Contractors (all Categories)
- Military linguists (limited local dialect skill)
- Unofficial but native speakers (other primary role with DoD)
What are two interpreter techniques?
When an interpreter is both listening and translating, they are using what technique?
An interpreter using the consecutive technique will...
...wait for a pause in the presenters speech before interpreting what was said.
What are the four selection criteria for interpreters?
- Native speaker
- Appropriate age, gender, social status
- English speaker
- Reliable, trustworthy
Dos and Donts for interpreters
When CA ops for your team is complete and you expect a follow on unit, you need to ________ your CAOs?
What is the best method for ensuring operations continue smoothly when transitioning?
Maintain and then deliver an accurate and complete Continuity Book to the follow-on organization
What are the six steps of the CAM?
What are the three phases of CAM?
What is DSF?
District Stability Framework
What is the definition of stability?
- A condition in which...
- the level of violence;
- the functioning gov, econ and social institutions; and,
- the general adherence to laws and behavorial norms
- are such that the local populace regards the situation as normal, peaceful, and predictable.
In what FM is TCAPF referenced in?
FM 3-07, Appendix D
What are the factors of instability?
- key actors
What are the factors of stability?
- key actors
What are the three stabilization fundamentals?
- maintain government support
- decrease impact of spoilers
- maintain normal functioning of society
Who is responsible for managing long term development efforts?
What are the DSF types of assistance?
- Humanitarian (short term, basic survival)
- Stability (short term, improve stability)
- Developmental (long term, quality of life)
An earthquake is an example of what kind of DSF assistance?
Efforts in Jordan would be an example of what kind of DSF assistance?
DSF assistance is what type in Helmand Province, AFG?
List a Stability Working Group's participants
- HN (civ/mil)
- NGOs and international organizations
What activities does a Stability Working Group undertake?
- Analyze the area
- Identify and prioritize sources of instability
- Design stability activities
- Measure effectiveness of activities
What is a symptom (DSF)?
A characteristic sign or indication of the existence of something else
What is a cause (DSF)?
The producer of an effect, result or consequence
What is the difference between a perceived cause and a systemic cause?
- The systemic cause is the root cause of the problem, a perceived cause is based on people's perceptions.
- Perceived: irrigation stopped because the pump's broken
- Systemic: the pump ran out of gas and stopped running
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