On-line Joint Logistics JP 4-0 Course
The JP 4-0 course outlines how the joint logistics enterprise is used to project and sustain a logistically ready joint force by leveraging DoD, interagency, nongovernmental agencies, multinational, and industrial resources. The core logistic functions are presented as a framework to facilitate integrated decision making, enable effective synchronization and allocation of resources, and optimize joint logistic processes. (2 hrs)
Joint Staff J4-sponsored Joint Logistics Course
The Joint Logistics Course (JLC) focuses on planning, executing, and controlling operational-level joint logistics by preparing military and civilians to function in assignments that involve joint logistics planning, interservice and multinational logistics support and joint logistics in a theater of operations. To accomplish this, the JLC integrates component functional skills and knowledge through the study of strategy, doctrine, theory, programs, and processes. The JLC provides the opportunity for students to develop the attributes, perspectives, and insights necessary to manage logistics at the operational level of war, and concludes with a planning exercise to reinforce this knowledge and practice these skills. The course includes a number of guest instructors from combatant commands and agencies. The primary target audience is personnel who are preparing to depart for, or en route to, an assignment to a joint logistics staff (e.g., Joint, Combatant Command, JTF, DLA, etc.). Other non-joint assigned or interested personnel may also attend when space is available.
Joint Force Sustainment Course
(In JKO, search for & select "J4O P-US1144-JFC 100 Module 4: Joint Force Sustainment")
Description: Sustainment is the provision of logistics and personnel services necessary to maintain and prolong operations until successful mission completion. Sustainment in joint operations provides the joint force commander (JFC) flexibility, endurance, and the ability to extend operational reach. Effective sustainment determines the depth to which the joint force can conduct decisive operations, allowing the JFC to seize, retain, and exploit the initiative. Sustainment is primarily the responsibility of the supported combatant commander (or CCDR) and subordinate Service component commanders in close cooperation with the Services, combat support agency (or CSA), and supporting commands.
Joint Force Headquarters Training
The purpose of the JTF HQ TG website is a descriptive, performance-oriented, single source, Internet-based tool that identifies the critical tasks that a JTF HQ staff must perform and lists steps, practices, and procedures that assist staff members in performing tasks across the range of military operations. It also serves as a guide for the JTF headquarters in preparation for and in real world operations. It is doctrinally-based information, in outline form, to guide training and operations of a JTF HQ. Provided by Joint Staff J7.
Joint Engineer Operations Course (JEOC)
The JEOC teaches students to understand sister service engineer capabilities and considerations for joint engineer staff and prepares engineers for future joint deployments, staff assignments, and homeland operations. It also prepares engineers from all military services for assignment to a Joint Task Force. The course focuses on joint engineer doctrine, service engineer capabilities, and how to use service engineer capabilities in support of global engineer requirements.
Joint OCS Planning & Execution Course (JOPEC)
The Joint Operational Contract Support (OCS) Planning and Execution Course is a joint certified, 9-day, mobile training team (MTT) delivered course. The course focuses on OCS planning and execution responsibilities during phases 0 through 5 at the Geographic Combatant Command (GCC), Sub-Joint Force Command, and Service component commands. Register at https://secure.jten.mil/jemis/frontend/welcome.jsp
Joint Humanitarian Operations Course (JHOC)
USAID’s Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance provides extensive training to DoD staff through the Joint Humanitarian Operations Course (JHOC), which was developed to teach key U.S. military personnel how the U.S. Government responds to international disasters. Of the 70 foreign disasters USAID responds to on average every year, about 10 percent involve support from DoD. USAID may request U.S. military assistance to meet a specific need, such as deploying helicopters to transport emergency relief commodities within a disaster-stricken area.
Development in Vulnerable Environments (DIVE 1.0)
USAID cooperation with the Department of Defense (DoD) is an essential condition for the achievement of U.S. development and defense objectives. In order to achieve this, USAID and DoD must first have an understanding of and respect for each other’s roles and responsibilities, policies and strategies, and plans and programs. To advance shared learning, USAID’s Office of Civilian–Military Cooperation has developed a one-day course for U.S. military audiences called USAID DIVE 1.0: Development in Vulnerable Environments.
FEMA Interagency Logistics Course
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) offers two courses which familiarize participants with the logistics planning considerations of FEMA all-hazards and DoD Support of Civil Authorities (DSCA) missions.
NDU iCollege Course Catalog
The NDU Information Resources Management College (NDU iCollege) educates and prepares selected military and civilian leaders and advisors to develop and implement cyberspace strategies, and to leverage information and technology to advance national and global security. The courses of particular interest to joint logisticians include:
Information Assurance and Critical Infrastructure Protection (AII 6203)
Critical Information Infrastructure Protection (CIP 6230)
Strategies for Assuring Cyber Supply Chain Security (SAC 6444)