Navy Element

Focused Programs


Joint Planner

The Joint Planner program educates officers for future assignments on Joint staffs ASI 3H, Joint Planner, identifies positions requiring personnel qualified in the Joint Operation Planning and Execution System (JOPES). Officers who complete the program receive memoranda stating that they have achieved Joint Planner status, a US Army ASI The Joint Planner Program is open to US students who attend resident CGSOC at Fort Leavenworth. A SECRET clearance is required. The Director of the Joint Planner Program determines enrollment. The maximum program capacity is 160 students.

(There is no Navy Equivalent AQD or Subspecialty for this focused program.)

Specific program requirements are detailed in CGSOC Circular 350-5.


Historian

The Field Historian Program educates officers for future assignments as unit historians, history instructors, and Military History Detachment commanders. This program fosters historical mindedness: an appreciation of the importance and continuing relevance of military history. The program is open to all CGSC students Officers must submit an application to the Combat Studies Institute stating their academic and military background. The Director of Combat Studies Institute nominates students to the Chief of Military History for the awarding of the 5X skill identifier upon successful completion of this focused program.

(Navy students who complete this focused program will be awarded Navy Subspecialty Code 4302P.)

Specific program requirements are detailed in CGSOC Circular 350-5.


Strategist

The Strategist Program identifies and educates qualified officers for future assignments dealing with national security and national military strategy issues. This program develops an understanding of the international environment and the ability to analyze strategic problems Students must submit an application to the Strategist Program Manager in the Strategy Division, DJMO, outlining their academic background and experience in strategic areas. The Director, DJMO nominates to HRC or sister service personnel centers strategist students for the awarding of their service's strategist skill identifier after they complete the program. The maximum program capacity is 64 students.

(Navy students who complete this focused program and an MMAS will be awarded Navy Subspecialty Code 2000P.)

Specific program requirements are detailed in CGSOC Circular 350-5.


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