The Joint Operations Mission Area focuses on the activities where government entities must work together to address national security challenges through the implementation of common and intersecting functions. In particular, the challenge domains of Combating Weapons of Mass Destruction, countering terrorism, global engagement to include the Pivot to Asia, plus the transformation of defense policy and strategy stimulate requirements for joint operations strategic planning and analyses. Within these domains Joint Operations analysts perform the fundamental functions of proliferation security analysis, strategy analysis, requirements analysis/generation, policy analysis/development and exercise development/execution.
U.S. Military Assistance to International Health Emergency Response: Examining Frameworks for an Ebola‑like Disaster in the Asia-Pacific
Client: U.S. Government and International Health and Emergency Management Communities
Banyan Analytics: Case Study of the 2011 Earthquake, Tsunami, and Nuclear Accident in Japan
Client: US and International Emergency Management Communities
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|Defense Threat Reduction Agency||DoD Mentor-Protégé Program||JRO CBRN Defense|
|U.S. Northern Command||U.S. Pacific Command||U.S. Strategic Command||United States Marine Corps|