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In the 21st century, the days of any Service operating as a truly independent actor are long since past. The five Services fight together as a team, which means they must plan and train as a team.
That does not mean that all five play equal parts in every battle or exercise. It does mean that the five are partners in the overall business of defending the United States, its territory, population, and national interests, and, therefore, that the best each Service has to offer must be woven into every battle, exercise, and plan.
E pluribus unum—From many, one. Inscribed on the banner held in the beak of the eagle on the Great Seal of the United States, approved by Congress on June 20,those words convey the reality that out of the original 13 colonies, one Nation emerged.
The 13 new states kept their own identities, as well as their own local customs, food preferences, accents, and so forth, but together they constituted one Nation that was not just the sum of the 13, but greater than the combined total. So, too, from five Services comes the one entity—the Armed Forces of the United States—charged with the defense of the Nation.
Tradition and identity, including uniforms and customs, matter, as do the requirements generated by the distinctive roles the various Services perform; the requirements involved in operating and fighting on land, at sea, in the air, in space, and in the cyber realm; and the different capabilities they bring to the battle.
Thus, the Services keep their separate traditions and identities, their distinctive uniforms and customs; but out of the five of them emerges a single armed force that, because of the synergies among them, is greater, more flexible, and more capable than the mere sum of the five.
This book is all about being an officer in the Armed Forces of the United States in the 21st century. Each Service has its own uniforms, customs, and traditions.
On a deeper level, each has its own culture. It is culture that defines and describes any organization best.
It also best defines and describes what it means to be a member of that organization. As used here, culture is taken to have two meanings: To that end, we present five short essays written by former Service chiefs, each of whom describes what it means to be an officer in that Service.
Army, by General George W. You bear the sacred responsibility of leading men and women in the most demanding of all human endeavors—ground combat.
Their very lives depend on you. Three traits—vision, courage, and character—will form the essence of effective military leaders in the years ahead. The primary function of any leader is to point the way ahead.
The more volatile and the more ambiguous the environment, the harder it is for leaders to come to grips with the situation themselves—let alone articulate a clear way ahead. The Number One question any commander should ask is:The Armed Services YMCA Annual Art and Essay Contest sponsored by GEICO.
Promoting healthy communications skills for military children. NORFOLK – The Joint Forces Staff College recognized Constitution Day today.
Events began with Constitution I.Q. brain teasers, and a Constitution Essay Contest that was opened to all staff, faculty and students. The Constitution Day Celebration.
Armed Forces Joint Warfighting Essay Contest, 2nd Prize Winner In the beginning, joint warfare was simply getting the services to work together. Now, in the aftermath of Operation Iraqi Freedom, joint warfare has become.
In the current "wet" Navy, a "Fleet" is more of an organizational fiction rather than an actual entity. A group of ships belong to a fleet.
But what is generally encountered at sea is a "Task Force.". As adversaries contest joint forces in one area, forces will either fight through, endure enemy actions, or bypass these effects by rapidly moving to another area where a .
Future Warfare: Rethinking the Principles of War - project by the Office of Force Transformation (OFT). Have the Principles of War changed? Some think it is an interesting question, and to that end we have put together a team to examine this subject.