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JOINT FORCES (JOC) Welcome to Joint Forces Operations system overview This briefing is “unclassified”
JOC Overview • MISSION • COORDINATION RELATIONSHIPS • RESPONSIBILITIES – J-1 PERSONNEL – HUMAN RESOURCES – STATE PERSONNEL – MILITARY PERSONNEL – J-2 INTELLIGENCE – SEMA /LOCAL LEA – J-3 OPERATIONS – JOINT STAFF DIVISION – ARMY DIVISION – AIR DIVISION – ARMY AVIATION – EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS LIAISON OFFICER (EPLO) – INNG/MSCA – J-4 LOGISTICS – SURFACE MAINTENANCE – FACILITIES / ENGINEERING – STATE COMPTROLLER – J-5 PLANS & POLICY – J-6 COMMAND, CONTROL, COMMUNICATIONS, & COMPUTER SYSTEMS – JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL – PUBLIC AFFAIRS
MISSION • THE MISSION OF THE J 2/3 IS TO COORDINATE AND MANAGE MILITARY SUPPORT TO CIVIL AUTHORITIES TO PROTECT THE PUBLIC SAFETY OF THE PEOPLE OF INDIANA; TO PROVIDE DIRECT COMMAND CONTROL FOR ASSIGNED WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION-CIVIL SUPPORT TEAMS.
WITHIN THE DIRECTORATE THE EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER PERFORMS THE FOLLOWING: • SERVES AS THE INDIANA NATIONAL GUARD FOCAL POINT FOR MILITARY SUPPORT FOR CIVIL AUTHORITIES TASKINGS. • PROVIDES DIRECTION AND GUIDANCE TO THE JOINT STAFF SECTION AND OTHERS CONCERNING THE DEVELOPMENT OF MSCA PRODUCTS AND PROCESSES SUCH AS STAFF ESTIMATES, ANALYSIS & ORDERS.
JOINT OPERATIONS CENTER PRIMARY MILITARY SUPPORT TO CIVIL AUTHORITIES • • FLOOD WILDFIRE SEARCH & RESCUE EARTHQUAKE COUNTER-DRUG CIVIL DISORDER NUCLEAR DISASTER ANTI-TERRORISM • MASS CARE/SHELTER • HUMANITARIAN SUPPORT • FOREIGN ANIMAL / INSECT DISEASE • WEAPONS OF MASS DISTRUCTION (WMD) • PROVIDE PLANS / EXCERCISES
INDIANA JFHQ-PO Joint Operations Organizational Chart Coordinating Relationships GENERAL OFFICER CHIEF OF STAFF DIRECTOR JOINT OPS CENTER IG PAO JAG J-1 PERS J-2 INTEL J-3 OPS J-4 LOG J-5 PLANS JOINT STAFF DIVISION SURFACE MAINTENANCE STATE PERSONNEL ARMY/AIR DIVISIONS FACILITIES/ ENGINEERING MILITARY PERSONNEL ARMY AVIATION & safety STATE COMPTROLLER HUMAN RESOURCES SEMA / SEMA LEA EPLO JFHQ / SEMA LIAISON OFFICER J-6 COMS P&L SEMA Comptroller
• Battle Drill One - is the first stage in understanding functional areas, mission, purpose, score of responsibilities within the Joint Operations Center (JOC). • INNG Joint Operations Center – Layout of functional areas and equipment locations. All message traffic is logged in functional area staff journals, keeping functional area message traffic separate. Commander’ Critical information Requirements (CCIRs) are posted in plain view so all working staff as a clear understanding and quick reference to follow.
J-1 PERSONNEL Provides current personnel strength, casualty statistics, and coordinates future personnel replacements and medical requirements. RESPONSIBILITIES: • Collects, analyzes, posts and briefs strength status and personnel loss estimates. Maintains a manning roster by unit, mission number, name, officer, warrant officer or enlisted, rank and SSN. • Coordinates the pay of personnel on SAD.
J-1 Continued • Coordinates with the staff for the development and maintenance of morale, to include leave programs, rest and recreational facilities, religious activities, legal, welfare and exchange services. • Coordinates State Compensation Insurance Fund payments for injured personnel on SAD, with State Comptroller. • Generates, processes and follows-up on awards, decorations and letters of appreciation to guard personnel and their employers prior to JOC deactivation.
J-1 Continued • • Maintains a staff journal. Provides input for the JOC incident journal. Responsible for section shift management. Provides After Action Report (AAR) input to the J 2/3 prior to deactivation of Joint Operations Center.
HUMAN RESOURCES The human resources office is responsible to plan, direct and administer the Human Resources Program for all full-time National Guard personnel to include Non-Dual status (NDS) technicians, Dual Status (Excepted) technicians in both the ARNG and ANG, and support in active Guard Reserve (AGR) status in both ARNG and ANG.
HUMAN RESOURCES RESPONSIBILITIES: • Coordinates with the J-1 personnel section to establish/confirm policy on the use of full-time federal personnel employed on SAD missions.
MILITARY PERSONNEL The Military Personnel section directs and provides personnel operations which support INNG personnel structure, acquisition management, distribution, mobilization, sustainment, compensation and transition, enabling the INNG to prepare for and conduct military operations today and simultaneously regenerate itself for tomorrow.
MILITARY PERSONNEL RESPONSIBILITIES: • Performs initial screening on incoming Form (SAD payroll) for accuracy then forward to Operations personnel for final validation before forwarding to State Comptroller. • Collects, analyzes, posts and briefs strength status and personnel loss estimates. Maintains a manning roster by unit, mission number, name, officer, warrant officer or enlisted, rank and SSN. • Coordinates with the staff for the development and maintenance of morale, to include leave programs, rest and recreational facilities, religious activities, legal, welfare and exchange services.
MILITARY PERSONNEL • Coordinates the pay of personnel on SAD. • Coordinates State Compensation Insurance Fund payments for injured personnel on SAD, with State Comptroller. • Generates, processes and follows-up on awards, decorations and letters of appreciation to guard personnel and their employers prior to JOC deactivation. • Coordinates with the Human Resources Office to establish/confirm policy on the use of full-time federal personnel employed on SAD missions.
J-2 INTELLIGENCE Provides current and relevant intelligence to the Joint Operations Center, as well as to high-level leaders in the Indiana National Guard. RESPONSIBILITIES: • Provide a daily intelligence summary (INTSUM), based mainly on classified sources, to key senior officers who possess both the appropriate security clearance as well as the necessity to know such information.
J-2 Continued • Produce and distribute an Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection Bulletin on a non-classified level, which will assist leaders in Indiana to better protect the safety of the citizens of Indiana. • Provide access to SECRET-level information over SIPRNET to individuals with proper security clearance as well as a necessity to know such information. This access is provided in a secure environment which is maintained by the J 2/. 3.
SEMA The State Emergency management Agency coordinates overall state agency response to major disasters in support of local government.
SEMA RESPONSIBILITIES: • Coordinates the statewide Fire, Law Enforcement, medical and Telecommunications Mutual Aid Systems • Implement and manage the Law Enforcement Mutual Aid system and to coordinate state resources in support of local law enforcement during "unusual occurrences" such as civil disorders, demonstrations, riots, and natural or man caused disasters. (INNG Maintains a 24/7 LNO presence during SEMA full activations)
J-3 OPERATIONS • Responsible for Operations Section. • Coordinates staff actions in support of MSCA missions. • Monitors current situation on the operations map, tracks the movement of adjacent units, coordinates the production of all tactical operations orders and the execution of those orders.
J-3 Continued RESPONSIBILITIES: • J 3 Coordinates, writes, and publishes JOC Warning orders and operations orders. • Plans, develops, designs and updates MSCA Emergency Policy-Standard Operating Procedures. Inter Agency coordination/ synchronization. • JOC J 3 OPS SGM. Responsible for all administrative functions / message flow within the JOC.
J-3 Continued • Ensures battle rhythm is not interrupted throughout continuous operations. • J 3 Current Operations Officer (Battle Captain) Keeps the staff and LNOs abreast of current situation. • Coordinates with the J 4 on logistical support. • Monitors the Mission Board and keeps the J 3 & Directorates informed on current missions/issues/actions.
ARMY DIVISION At the direction of the President of the United States and the Governor of Indiana; The Mission of the Army National Guard is to provide mission ready forces to the federal government, protect the safety of the citizens of Indiana, and provide service and support to the local communities in which we work and live.
ARMY DIVISION RESPONSIBILITIES: • Provide force structure for Military Support to Civilian Authorities (MSCA) • Provide Support for Designated Force Protection • Ensures proper training is performed for MSCA Participants
AIR DIVISION The JFHQ-IN-AVG is The Adjutant Generals senior staff information and evaluation, issue, resolution, and action recommendations regarding the Air National Guard. RESPONSIBILITIES: • Coordinates all ANG Air support operations in support of state emergencies. • Coordinates all ground support missions pertaining communication, vehicle, medical, and civil engineer issues.
ARMY AVIATION To provide prompt and accurate advice regarding Aviation and Safety issues to the Adjutant General and Commanders, to manage resources, to facilitate mission-ready aircraft to support Federal and State missions, and to provide the highest quality individual crew training.
ARMY AVIATION RESPONSIBILITIES: • Manages deployment/employment of Army aircraft. • Advises J 2/3 on the location and disposition of Army aviation assets in the state. • Provides maintenance forecasts to J 2/3. • Monitors airflow. • Responsible for section shift management. • Submits section AAR prior to JOC inactivation.
EPLO EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS LIAISON OFFICER Facilitate Planning for Military Support to Civil Authorities and provide trained teams of Do. D liaison personnel to represent essential Do. D components, as appropriate, for response to any national security Emergency RESPONSIBILITIES: • Provide Service liaison to the military and civil authorities within the State, commonwealth, US possessions and other eligible jurisdictions
EPLO Continued • Visit and train with DCO/DCE • Visit/brief: § State/local EMAs and JOCs § Coast Guard, Corps of Engineers, installation/Service’s commands • Work as a team with the other EPLOs • Participate in planning meetings, exercises, conferences, training • Prepare as backup for other EPLO(s) • Work with the National Guard JFHQ-IN § Meet and brief TAG, POTO, POMSO § Participate in State and National Guard exercises § Review and evaluate National Guard contingency plans
J-4 LOGISTICS Monitors and directly impacts current Logistical Requirements assisting with coordinating future needs of supply and services to all SEMA / Federal Disaster / Home Land Security mission-operations. Assists in the development and preparation of future Operations information related to the deployment of supply and service organization (personnel & equipment).
J-4 Continued RESPONSIBILITIES: • Supervises preparation of orders, operating instruction reports and related technical material. • Supervises operation of organizations performing supply and related service operations such as transportation, and property disposal. • Maintains material records and posts charts/spreadsheets that display equipment status. . • Coordinates with Environmental Directorate on environmental issues as necessary.
J-4 Continued • Establishes systems for supply accountability. • Recommends prescribed loads. • Tracks through State Maintenance Class III, and IX expended in support of SEMA Disaster assistance • Conducts briefings as directed by the JOC director. • Maintains a staff journal. • Responsible for internal shift management. • Coordinates emergency contracting and accounting for food, lodging and critical supplies for INNG personnel. • Maintains mission expenditures for food and lodging and ensures vendor receives payment for services from the State Comptroller.
SURFACE MAINTENANCE The Surface Maintenance is to provide organizational, limited depot maintenance and Class IX repair parts services for the surface equipment of the Indiana Army National Guard. RESPONSIBILITIES: • Determines materiel maintenance and overhaul requirements. • Supervises/coordinates maintenance activities. • Tracks and distributes earned maintenance man days/hours.
FACILITIES/ENGINEERING The facilities & Engineering Office acquires, develops, and maintains land facilities to support the administration, training, and readiness of the Indiana Army National Guard, and to develop and enhance relationships to maximize the value of our facilities to our soldiers and the communities we serve.
FACILITIES/ENGINEERING RESPONSIBILITIES: • Determines if armory location is adequate to house and sustain soldiers/equipment near incident site. • Supervises/coordinates facilities maintenance activities. • Tracks and distributes basic SSSC items for daily, monthly maintenance of INNG Armories/Installations. • Assists & facilitates engineer planning & coordination efforts in MSCA support operations. • Assists in GIS Mapping and facilitates Corps of Engineer inter-agency cooperation/products.
STATE COMPTROLLER The State Comptroller advises the Adjutant General, Assistant Adjutant General, and Deputy Adjutant General-Joint Staff Division on all fiscal resources.
J-5 POLICY & LIAISON The sections generates the long range planning and prepare the concept, operational plans and the Directorates Estimate of the Situation. RESPONSIBILITIES: • Advises Director, Plans, Operations and Security with regards to any political issues that impact on operations.
J-5 POLICY & LIAISON • Responsible for interfacing with State and Federal political entities during emergency and nonemergency operations. • Submits to the J 3 the Policy and Liaison/Government Affairs Branch AAR prior to JOC inactivation.
J-6 COMMAND, CONTROL, COMMUNICATIONS, & COMPUTER SYSTEMS Assists the Director of Plans & Operations with responsibilities for the communications-electronic and automated data systems within the Directorate. RESPONSIBILITIES: • Integrates Army and Air National Guard communications assets. • Interfaces with civilian agencies (SEMA, INDOT, ISP) for MSCA communications integration. • Responsible for managing, coordinating, building, maintaining all organic JFHQ communications assets, to include cellular/satellite phones, pagers, FAX machines, computer automation and HF radio.
J-6 Continued • Responsible for all systems administration activities in the JOC. • Responsible for all statewide frequency assignments and SOIs.
JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL The Office of the Staff Judge Advocate serves as legal advisor to the Headquarters staff, and commanders of the Indiana Army and Air National Guard units throughout the State rendering formal legal opinions, providing advice and counsel on major policies and interpreting statutes, regulations, and court decisions.
JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES: • Provide legal advice to the JOC Director for MSCA operations. • Execute any necessary Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs) and Memorandums of Agreement (MOAs) in support of MSCA operations. • Provides JFHQ-IN-JOC 24 hour POC roster.
PUBLIC AFFAIRS The Public Affairs Directorate manages the release of information on behalf of the Adjutant General. Assists the public in understanding the Indiana National Guard's community value, its increased focus and effectiveness through joint Air and Army Guard operations, and how these visions contribute to the INNG's state and federal readiness.
PUBLIC AFFAIRS RESPONSIBILITIES: • Represents the TAG and INNG in dealing with news media • Develop strategies and command messages to communicate positive messages to INNG audiences and the general public • Advise INNG senior leadership, soldiers and airmen on Public Affairs matters and provide interview guidance • Work with civilian agencies in a Joint Information Center during state emergencies to keep the media and public informed