C300: Course Analysis

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The C300 course outlined joint operations and how they pertain to unified actions. In addition, the course discussed operational reach, Range of Military Operations (ROMO), and capabilities of our Sister Services. Lastly, C300 explained the types of command relationship and how they pertained to joint operations. Unified actions are those military forces, organizations, and agencies that can influence operations in a theater. These key players may have a negative or positive outcomes; due to lack of communication or even different objectives between the military and civilian leadership. When operating with multinational forces a command structure is established to ensure balance and creditable with all military forces involved. …show more content…

The ROMO looks at a wide variety military operations that ranges from security cooperation, crisis response, and major operations and campaigns. Operational reach is the distance that a military force can employ their military capabilities into combat operation. The majority U.S. Army forces will have to conduct Reception, Staging, Onward movement, and Integration operations before a major operation. The U.S. Air Force and U.S. Navy operational reach extended further than the U.S. Army. It was important to understand the capabilities of our Sisters Services and Special Operation Forces. The class identified the capabilities and shortfall each service. Additionally, Title 10 requirements of each service were discussed. Along with which military service is responsible to fill the shortfalls and gaps. In conclusion, C300 was instructions pertaining to a Joint environment. If I my next assignment was a joint headquarter, I would study the logistical requirements, capabilities, and shortfalls of each joint services. Therefore, I can anticipate and integrate logistical

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