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Joint Warfighting (JW)

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Joint Warfighting (JW)
Academic Year 2021


The Joint Warfighting (JW) course is designed to demonstrate, at the operational level, how the U.S. joint force organizes, deploys employs, sustains and redeploys military capabilities in support of national interests. The primary purpose of the JW course is to comprehend and analyze how we, the Joint Force, go to war and prevail. The course will equip military and interagency professionals with skills to articulate and influence the application of the military instrument of power to provide commanders with options for the use of military force in support of national interests. Understanding operational art and design is essential for the military professional, no matter their specialty.  Understanding operational context and strategic goals is necessary to properly plan and execute military operations in the modern operational environment.  It is also imperative to understand how the U.S. military operates as part of a joint force in a multinational, interagency, and intergovernmental environment.

For information about this Air Command and Staff College course, contact the course director.   Course readings are available in Canvas.

The following items that have call numbers are on the ACSC Joint Warfighting (JW) Reserve Shelf at AUL and must be used in the library.  Those without call numbers are available electronically.

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