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Lesson Plan- MPF 06 Command Relationships

Lesson Plan- MPF 06 Command Relationships

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UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS
EXPEDITIONARY WARFARE TRAINING GROUP, PACIFICN571 DEPARTMENT3423 GUADALCANAL ROADSAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA 92155-5099
LESSON PLAN
 MARITIME PREPOSITIONING FORCE (MPF) COMMAND RELATIONSHIPS
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 MARITIME PREPOSITIONING FORCE (MPF) STAFF PLANNING N20L8QM REVISED 07/01/2008 APPROVED BY _______________________DATE ______________________ 
 
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INTRODUCTION(3 MIN)
1.
GAIN ATTENTION
.
(Slide 1)
Why do you think that we have an entire class on command relationships? Aren’tthey easy to understand? I know who my boss is. And I know who my boss’s bossis. However, above and beyond that the command and control structure can becomeconfusing. Ultimately what we should always strive for is to make commandrelationships as consistent as possible to ensure continuity and to reduce thepotential for confusion. This information will assist the student in thepractical exercise portion of this course.
(Slide 2)
2.
OVERVIEW 
. During this lesson we will discuss:
Unified command structures
Command relationships
MPF Command and Control
Command and control of MPF operation by phases
(Slide 3)
3.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES (LESSON PURPOSE)
To familiarize students with the Unified Command Plan, the different types ofcommand relationships, and the past and present command relationships betweenthe Commander, Maritime Prepositioning Force (CMPF) and the MAGTF Commander.a.
TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVES
. With the aid of a reference, the studentwill be able to identify the command relationships used in an MPF Operation inaccordance with MCWP 3-32.b.
ENABLING LEARNING OBJECTIVES
.(1)With the aid of a reference, explain the role of the militarydepartments and services in accordance with MCWP 3-32.
(2)
With the aid of a reference,explain the role of the unified commanders in accordance with MCWP 3-32.(3) With the aid of a reference, explain the type of commandrelationship between the Commander, Maritime Prepositioned Force and theCommander, MAGTF in accordance with MCWP 3-32.
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INSTRUCTOR NOTE.
Take a minute to read over your TLOs and ELOs. Once everyonelooks up I will know when to begin.
(Slide 4)
These are the references associated with the lecture.4. METHOD/MEDIA. This period of instruction will be given using theinformal lecture method aided by a powerpoint presentation.5.EVALUATION. You will be evaluated during the practical application ontraining day 4 and 5.6.SAFETY/CEASE TRAINING (CT) BRIEF. N/A
TRANSITION
. Are there any questions about what we will be covering, how wewill cover it, or how you will be evaluated? Good, now let’s discuss unifiedcommand structure.___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
(Slide 5)BODY(45 MIN)
1.
Unified Command Structure (Joint Command and Control (C2))
The President and Secretary of Defense (SECDEF) make up the “Former NationalCommand Authority” and exercise authority and control of the Armed Forcesthrough a single chain of command with two distinct branches.The first branch is the Military Departments and Services which is moreadministrative in nature and the second is the Unified Command Structure whichis more operational. Both branches of this Chain of Command (COC) work togetherto prepare, train, and employ the armed forces of the United States.
(Slide 6)
a.
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President and Secretary of Defense (former NationalCommand Authorities (NCA)
.The first branch in the COC runs from the President, to the Secretary ofDefense, directly to the commanders of combatant commands for missions andforces assigned to their commands. The President and SECDEF exercise civiliancontrol over the Armed Forces. By law, the President is the only one grantedauthority to deploy forces and execute military operations. The President andSECDEF are also statutory members of the National Security Council (NSC).
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