Cross Sector Operations, Maritime Domain Awareness
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The DOD Instruction 3000.05 mandates increased DOD operations in support of Stability, Security, Transition, and Reconstriction (SSTR). What impact does this requirement have on naval operations and deployment preparations? How can the Navy equip their forces to coordinate and collaborate in a multi-agency, multi-partner role? The Cross Sector Operations, Maritime Domain Awareness Project intends to explore these questions and make executable recommendations across the spectrium of maritime non classified operations, from disaster response humanitarian civic affairs, to theater security cooperation, to counter drug activates to maritime domain awareness. Complicating this are arcane and outdated information sharing rules, reliance on .mil networks that non-traditional partner seek to avoid, regional differences, wide disparities in partner capabilities, and competing tasks.
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