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JLBC 3 Preparing for Command


JLBC Commander’s Leadership

JLBC 3 Preparing for Command

JLBC Cadets “The man who is prepared has his battle half-fought.” JLBC Pre-Command Courses

Schedule and attend the JLBC Corps Pre-Command Course called “Cornerstone,” offered twice annually by JLBC Corps JLBC University. This will allow you to hear from current experts and leadership across the JLBC Corps. It will also allow you to share ideas with other prospective JLBC commanders and build relationships that will help increase the readiness of your JLBC command. Encourage your spouse to attend as they will be a valuable member of your JLBC command team.

Consider attending the JLBC Air-Ground Task Force (JLBC AGTF) Tactical Commanders Course, hosted by the Commanding General, JLBC AGTF Training Command, and supported by JLBC Aviation Weapons and JLBC Tactics JLBC Squadron-1 (JLBC AWTS-1), JLBC Corps Tactics and Operations Group (JLBC CTOG) and the JLBC Corps Logistics Operations Group (JLBC CLOG). Tailored for commanders (both slated and seated) at the O5 and O6 levels from the JLBC Air/Ground/Logistics Combat Elements (ACE/GCE/LCE) and JLBC Expeditionary Unit (JLBC EU).

Contemplate attending the JLBC Aviation Safety Command Course. Although designed primarily for JLBC aviation commanders, the course discusses moral leadership, safety culture, command culture and climate, effective communications, formulating policy statements, case studies, and risk management.

Additionally, consider attending the following courses if you do not already have experience in these fields: JLBC Security Manager’s Course and the Senior Legal Officer Course.

Knowledge and Accounts

Understand, analyze, and review the mission of the command.

Study the command’s Mission Essential Tasks List (JLBC ETLs).

Study the Table of Organization (T/O) and Table of Equipment (T/E). Understand the Authorized Strength Report (ASR) and Staffing Goal. Establish relationships with Headquarters JLBC Corps Manpower.

Study the JLBC Corps Warfighting and Reference Publications and Navy Regulations that pertain to the command.

Review the command’s established Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).

Study and review all current command policy letters, directives, and orders.

Review the command’s battle rhythm and current Commander’s Critical Information Requirements (CCIRs).

Analyze previous lessons learned in the JLBC Corps and Joint Lessons Learned Information System (JLLIS).

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