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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. CHAPTER 11 THE ARMED FORCES OF THE UNITED STATES LEARNING  OBJECTIVES Upon  completion  of  this  chapter,  you  should  be  able Describe the authority of the President in using the  military  to  maintain  national  security. Identify   the   members   and   function   of   the National  Security  Council. List   the   three   primary   provisions   of   the National  Security  Act. Identify the key members and the mission of the  Department  of  Defense. Identify the role of the Secretary of Defense. Identify the three elements that make up the TRIAD  and  the  role  of  the  U.S.  Navy  and U.S.  Air  Force  in  support  of  the  TRIAD. Identify  the  members  and  functions  of  the Joint  Chiefs  of  Staff. Describe   the   difference   between   a   unified command  and  a  specified  command. Identify the mission and function of the U.S. Army. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. to  do  the  following: Identify the mission and function of the U.S. Air  Force. Identify the mission and function of the U.S. Coast  Guard. Identify   the   key   members   of   the   Navy Department. Identify  the  responsibilities  of  the  Chief  of Naval  Operations. Identify the duties of the master chief petty officer  of  the  Navy. Identify  the  purpose  of  the  shore  establish- ment. Identify  the  key  members  of  the  operating forces. Identify  the  administrative  and  operational chain  of  command  for  operating  units. Describe  the  composition  of  a  task  force. SIGNIFICANT   DATES As  you  will  recall  from  chapter  1,  the  U.S. 14 Jun. 1775 4  Aug.  1790 18 Sep. 1947 The American Continental Army (now  called  the  United  States Army) is established by the Con- tinental  Congress  more  than  a year   before   the   Declaration   of Independence. The  Revenue  Marine  is  established (now   called   the   United   States Coast   Guard). Department  of  the  Air  Force  is established. Navy constantly prepares to conduct prompt and sustained combat operations at sea in support of U.S.  national  interests.  This  preparation  is  the primary mission of the U.S. Navy as part of the Department  of  Defense  (DOD).  Meeting  the objectives  of  this  mission  requires  a  well-organized Navy. This chapter presents information on DOD and  U.S.  Navy  organization. The Navy’s authority to act in the interest of security   stems   from   congressional   legislation. Congress  enacted  legislation  to  ensure  the  security of  the  United  States.  The  legislation  authorized a  Department  of  Defense,  including  three  military 11-1

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