Joint Task Force Civil Support. Joint Center for Lessons Learned Quarterly Bulletin. Volume 6, Issue 1, December 2003
UNITED STATES JOINT FORCES COMMAND NORFOLK VA
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In this issue of the JCLL Bulletin, we will present a series of articles dedicated to the efforts of Joint Task Force Civil Support JTF-CS--their mission and their lessons learned. Each of these articles has been submitted by various functional areas within JTF-CS to give the overall perspective of the job they perform. Major General Jerry Grizzle, Commander of JTF-CS, introduces the articles with his Commanders Comments. The first article discusses The Civil Support Operating System CSOS and how the JTF-CS components function together and interface with Department of Defense and civilian agencies during a consequence management CM scenario involving chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosive CBRNE events. Subsequent articles narrow the perspective to look at the specific areas of Emergency Plans Analysis--Anticipating Local Requirements, Communications Interoper-ability Between Military and Civilian Agencies, JTF-CS Unique CBRNE Training Issues, Medical Lessons Learned From Blue Advance 02, Legal Lessons Learned During Exercise Blue Advance 02, and Public Affairs Lessons Learned At Exercise Blue Advance 02. Together this series of focused articles should present a good picture of the JTF-CS mission, and their challenges and lessons learned in this critical arena of CBRNE CM, particularly since the events of September 2001.
- Military Forces and Organizations
- Military Operations, Strategy and Tactics