JECC consists of two subordinate joint commands - the Joint Planning Support Element and Joint Communications Support Element

JECC's subordinate elements are highly adaptable and can be tailored in size and capability. Their performance in peacetime and war will ensure JECC becomes the trusted enabler of joint command and control capabilities in future complex operational environments. These highly trained and professional units form the backbone of JECC and support Global Response Force execution, humanitarian assistance/disaster-relief operations, Defense Support of Civil Authorities missions, operation and contingency plan rehearsal and execution, and other joint operational requirements.

The subordinate joint commands operate and train regularly with all geographic combatant commands, maintain cross-domain awareness and bring recent experience to rapidly evolving operational environments. By consistently delivering a high-value product to the joint force, JECC has become the Department of Defense's principal source of rapidly deployable joint planning, public affairs and communications professionals trained to enhance a joint force commander's capacity to command and control joint operations.

Since JECC's establishment in 2008, the subordinate joint commands have deployed in support of numerous real-world missions and various geographic combatant command-led exercises. Below is a graphic representation of some recent JECC operations.


 

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