Thursday, June 20, 2019

Joint Functions Commander's Estimate Coursework

Joint Functions Commanders Estimate - Coursework Example(b) Terrain. Azerbaijan terrain is very hilly. This kind of terrain affects observation and ardor concealment cover movement (surface and air) employment of weapons as well as surveillance. (c) The socio-political climate. The problem of rears in the area of operation is a political one. Some rebel groups are supported by political forces from outside while some still get support from within the government of the Republic of Azerbaijan. (2) Enemy patch (a) Dispositions. The oppositeness is located in the vast western and eastern parts of country where people have undergone through serious problems. (b) Composition. Target enemies are late and are recruited by supremacy generals. The enemy uses small rocket launchers and small arms, indicating their non- sophisticated type of operations. Adversary capabilities cannot significantly delay successful execution of our armed forces operations due to our forces good training and weaponry and the adversarys unconventional warfare tactics. (c) Strength. The drive enemy is large in numbers with approximately half a million dedicated rebels. The enemy is divided into units both to the eastern and western parts of the country as independent units. The overall command is by the general. The enemy has no sophisticated artillery but is said to use torture as part of their tactics on their perceived enemies. The enemy also has special capabilities such as air defense and anti-tank equipments but uses unconventional warfare, but is non-sophisticated in terms of surveillance or combat. (d) Recent and surrender significant activities. Intelligence shows that the target enemy terrorizes local communities and uses random attacks. The target enemy also sporadically attacks police and military camps. Adversaries have taken function of attacks on local churches and schools. The target enemys weakness is the hostility they get from the local population. Our joint operat ional planning with the GOC provides framework for the functional operations (Vego XG-123) and if it goes well, it has the potential of being successful and perceived in good light by the local civilian population. The enemy has unconventional weapons and tactics. The enemy intelligence army techniques are poor as they depend on informers from friendly governments and local informants and so, we can beat the enemy through sophisticated intelligence network on their movements and their strategic installations and points (Vego 15). (3) Our own situation courses of action Our combat force and power in terms of equipment and intelligence gives us some advantage over the target enemy, but caution must be taken against air strikes to avoid civilian causalities. COA 1. Combat may include strikes from sea but this is not viable as Azerbaijan is landlocked and such action would require a lot of logistical support from beside countries and in so doing, the rebels may see these neighboring countries as their enemies. This has serious consequences in terms of regional peace and stability. COA 2. The main combat will be attack by land to the enemys strategic installations and command centers. We will also use defense, especially where the civilian population is involved to avoid civilian casualties. We must accomplish the mission without extravagant damage to the command and operation. Attacks will be offensive day and night. Command