SOLLIMS Sampler Volume 8, Issue 1 - Page 5

“QUICK LOOK” (Preview of the Lessons) Click on [Read More ...] to go to full lesson. A. Civil Affairs forces provide a human-focused capability in stability operations that enable commanders at echelon to gain knowledge of the operational environment, be sensitive to changes in stability over time, and quickly execute operational branches and sequels to consolidate gains…[Read More ...] B. Challenges of Civil Affairs (CA) include the newness of the capability and the balance of its structure… [Read More ...] C. An Army Reserve Engagement Cell (AREC) Civil Affairs (CA) planner must get involved as early as possible in the exercise planning process… [Read More ...] D. Through its role in the Multi-National Military Coordination Center (MNMCC) during the 2016 Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) exercise, participating CA leadership recognized the importance of MNMCC personnel receiving humanitarian courses by the US Agency for International Development (USAID) and the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA)… [Read More ...] E. Establishment of the Civil-Military Operations Center (CMOC) / Interagency Partnership Center (IPC) was a key Civil Affairs activity in Mogadishu, Somalia… [Read More ...] F. Cooperation between military forces and humanitarian organizations can mitigate dislocation and reduce the probability of humanitarian emergencies occurring during offensive operations. This lesson summarizes the civilian dislocation aspect of the Iraqi Security Forces’ (ISF) ongoing Mosul operations… [Read More ...] Table of Contents | Quick Look | Contact PKSOI Page 4 of 28