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For years, a gap (technology, experience, doctrine, etc) has existed between the US Navy and its sister services in the area of joint planning and execution at the operational level. The Navy aims to streamline the planning, execution, and assessment process at the operational level and poise Maritime Headquarters (MHQs) to ably take the lead in any assigned JFC mission by permanently marrying the Maritime Headquarters with a Maritime Operations Center (MOC). This concept will allow the Navy to respond to operational level tasking more efficiently by maintaining a staff that is trained and…mehr

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For years, a gap (technology, experience, doctrine, etc) has existed between the US Navy and its sister services in the area of joint planning and execution at the operational level. The Navy aims to streamline the planning, execution, and assessment process at the operational level and poise Maritime Headquarters (MHQs) to ably take the lead in any assigned JFC mission by permanently marrying the Maritime Headquarters with a Maritime Operations Center (MOC). This concept will allow the Navy to respond to operational level tasking more efficiently by maintaining a staff that is trained and ready to conduct routine navy functions and joint force assigned missions with a minor augmentation of personnel. How can the MHQ with MOC concept enhance Navy/Air Force Joint Air Maritime Operations and close the gap in an environment where common doctrine is not yet law and individual service procedures, technology, and training are historically different? The success of this concept is highly dependent on common global technology, common operational and tactical procedures, embedded joint education, and joint doctrine; without them, MHQ with MOC will be another acronym for how the US Navy continues to evolve in a vacuum.