USSTRATCOM – SPECIAL TECHNICAL OPERATIONS – STO – GLOBAL STRIKE

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UNITED STATES STRATEGIC COMMAND (USSTRATCOM)

USSTRATCOM are leaders in Strategic Deterrence and Preeminent Global Warfighters in Space and Cyberspace.

The missions of U.S. Strategic Command are: to deter attacks on U.S. vital interests, to ensure U.S. freedom of action in space and cyberspace, to deliver integrated kinetic and non-kinetic effects to include nuclear and information operations in support of U.S. Joint Force Commander operations, to synchronize global missile defense plans and operations, to synchronize regional combating of weapons of mass destruction plans, to provide integrated surveillance and reconnaissance allocation recommendations to the SECDEF, and to advocate for capabilities as assigned.

JFCC – Global Strike (JFCC-GS) Offutt AFB, NE, Conducts kinetic (nuclear and conventional) and non-kinetic effects planning. GS manages global force activities to assure allies and to deter and dissuade actions detrimental to the United States and its global interests; should deterrence fail, employs global strike forces in support of combatant commander.

JFCC – Space (JFCC-SPACE) Vandenberg AFB, CA, Continuously coordinates, plans, integrates, commands and controls space operations to provide tailored, responsive, local and global effects, and on order, denies the enemy the same, in support of national, USSTRATCOM, and combatant commander objectives.

JFCC – Network Warfare (JFCC-NW) Fort Meade, MD, Plans, and when directed, executes operations in and through cyberspace to assure US and allied freedom of action, denying adversaries’ freedom of action, and enabling effects beyond the cyber domain.

Joint Task Force-Global Network Operations (JTF-GNO) Arlington, VA, Directs the operation and defense of the Global Information Grid to assure timely and secure Net-Centric capabilities across strategic, operational, and tactical boundaries in support of Department of Defense full spectrum warfighting, intelligence, and business missions. (more)

JFCC – Integrated Missile Defense (JFCC-IMD) Schriever AFB, CO Synchronizes operational-level global missile defense planning, operations support, and the development of missile defense effects for DoD. When directed, also provides alternate missile defense execution support.

JFCC – Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (JFCC-ISR) Bolling AFB, Washington, D.C. Identifies and recommends appropriate resources to meet high priority intelligence requirements. Essentially, ISR helps ensure the best use of resources to provide decision makers and troops with crucial information when and where they need.

Joint Information Operations Warfare Command (JIOWC) Lackland AFB, TX, Uses information as a tool to change attitudes or perceptions, creating desired results. Information Operations tactics help protect United States interests while disrupting the adversary’s capabilities.

USSTRATCOM Center for Combating Weapons of Mass Destruction (SCC-WMD) Fort Belvoir, VA,  Provides the Defense Department with expertise in contingency and crisis planning to interdict and eliminate the proliferation or use of Weapons of Mass Destruction.

 

JOINT INFORMATION OPERATIONS WARFARE COMMAND

The JIOWC plans, integrates, and synchronizes information operations in direct support of Joint Force Commanders’ and serves as the USSTRATCOM lead for enhancing information operations across the Department of Defense.

The Joint Electronic Warfare Center (JEWC) was established by the Secretary of Defense in October 1980 and reported to the Joint Staff. In September 1994, the mission was expanded and the organization was renamed the Joint Command and Control Warfare Center (JC2WC). In 1998, as a result of the Defense Reform Initiative (DRI), the JC2WC was realigned from the Joint Staff to US Atlantic Command. The JC2WC mission was further expanded and resulted in redesignation as the Joint Information Operations Center (JIOC).

In October 1999, the JIOWC was realigned as a subordinate command of USSPACECOM. On 1 October 2002, the JIOWC was realigned as a subordinate command to USSTRATCOM. The Commander, JIOWC, reports to the Commander, USSTRATCOM. The JIOWC is co-located with the Air Force Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance Agency and the Air Force Information Operations Center (AFIOC) at Lackland AFB, TX.

JIOWC is tasked to enable Joint Force Commanders to plan and execute IO, both offensive and defensive involving the integrated use of operations security (OPSEC), psychological operations (PSYOP), military deception (MILDEC), electronic warfare (EW), and computer network attack (CNA)/computer network defense (CND).

Interface with the Joint Staff, Military Services, DOD and non-DOD agencies to coordinate and integrate IO efforts for joint commanders.

Participate in Joint Special Technical Operations (STO) support to combatant commanders.

Provide all source derived planning consideration guides and precision influence target folders to supported combatant commands.

Provide assistance to Joint Force Commander IO intelligence support efforts.

Coordinate and integrate information operations intelligence preparation of the environment (IO IPE).

Assist in the development of joint IO doctrine and tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTP).

Evaluate IO effectiveness in military operations.

Provide joint IO wargaming simulations to support joint exercises and experimentation.

Provides C4I nodal analysis and IO targeting support by maintaining, updating, and de-conflicting C4I and EOB information and models.

Serve as point of contact for IO joint universal lessons learned.

Perform vulnerability/effectiveness analyses of US Advanced Concept Technology Demonstrations.

Assist with strategic IO planning and theater engagement.

 

JIOWC capabilities are:

Deployable tailored combatant command support teams tailored to augment J3 IO Cells

Reachback to satisfy combatant command IO requirements with a small forward footprint

Surge capability to meet the demands of real world contingencies and exercises

Visibility across commands to share lessons learned, and to help synchronize teams regional effects

IO simulation and planning tools – ION, RFMP and J-QUAD

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