History of the Unified Command Plan 1946-1993. First Edition


COLE, Ronald H., Walter S. POOLE, James F. SCHNABEL, Robert J. WATSON, and Willard J. WEBB. The History of the Unified Command Plan 1946-1993. Washington, D.C.: Joint History Office, Office of the Chairman of the Joint Chiefsof Staff, (1995). First Edition. Pp (4),v-vii,(1),[1]-154,(6). Map. Index. 4to, purple-trimmed white card covers, lettered in black. Contents : Forew ord; Overview; Part One : 1946 - 1977 : Origins in World War II; The First Unified Command Plan, 1946; Establishment of CINCFE, CINCPAC, CINCAL, CINCEUR; Establishment of CINCLANT; Developments in 1948; Establishment of Northeast Command; Command Changes in the European Theater, 1949-1952; Clarifying Responsibilities of Unified Commanders, 1950; Command in the Far East during the Korean War; Interim Revision of the UCP, 1952-1953; DOD Reorganization, 1953: Change in the Executive Agent System; Establishment of Air ForceComponent for CINCPAC; Establishment of Continental Air Defense Command; T he Unified Command Plan, 1955; Changes in Terms of Reference for CONAD; Reorganization in 1956: Abolition of CINCFE; Establishment of CINCNORAD; Alteration of CINCONAD's Status; DOD Reorganization, 1958; The Revised Unified Command Plan, 1961; Refining Mediterranean and Middle Eastern Responsibilities; CINCLANT's Assumption of African Tasks; Command Changes for Cuban Operations; Establishment of Strike Command; Altered Arrangements for the MiddleEast and Africa; Redesignation of CARIBCOM as USSOUTHCOM; Assigning CONAD to Defend against Space Systems; Command Relations in the Vietnam War; Developments in the Late 1960s; Blue Ribbon Panel Consideration of the Unified Command System; The Unified Command Plan, 1971; 1974-1975 Review; Adjustment in the PACOM Boundary; Designation of MAC as a Specified Command; Notes. Part Two : 1977-1983 : Requirement for a Biennial Review; Air Defense of the Panama Canal, 1978; Sub-Saharan Africa, 1976-1978; Rapid Deployment JointTask Force, 1977-1979; The Middle East and the First Biennial Review, 1980 ; The Caribbean Basin and the First Biennial Review, 1980-1981; The Transition from RDJTF to USCENTCOM, 1981-1982; The 1982 Biennial Review; The New Unified Command Plan, 1983; Notes. Part Three : 1983-1993 : Setting Up US Space Command; Readjusting for a Special Operations Command; The Evolution ofUSTRANSCOM; Debating Smaller Adjustments, 1983-1990; Adapting to a New Wor ld Order; Strategic Command: An Easy Change; Expanding the Atlantic Command; Conclusion; Notes. Appendix I. Dates Unified and Specified Commands Established Under the Unified Command Plan; Appendix II. Unified Command Plans; Appendix III. Chronological Listing of Presidents of the United States, Secretaries of Defense, and Chairmen of the Joint Chiefs of Staff; Appendix IV. Membership of the Joint Chiefs of Staff; Appendix V. Glossary of Abbreviations. Very good. 30.00

Title: History of the Unified Command Plan 1946-1993. First Edition

Author Name: COLE, Ronald H., Walter S. POOLE, James F. SCHNABEL, Robert J. WATSON, and WEBB, Willard J.

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Publisher: Joint History Office, Office of the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Washington, D.C., 1995,:

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