Combined Forces Land Component Command (BSBCC): A Case Study

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• Combined Forces Land Component Command (CFLCC) had six general officers; Transitioning to from a Corp to a CFLCC requires more general officers and requires an increase of personnel which are polled from the Joint Manning Document (JMD), the table of organization that authorized the positions on the joint staff. • Deciding where to place critical command elements • A corps headquarters was the Army’s highest tactical headquarters and normally functioned at the tactical and operational levels of war. During, the transitional process to a CFLCC, however, the corps is required to operate at the tactical, operational, and theater-strategic levels of war. Once augmented, Army doctrine also held that the Corps might have responsibility to create
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