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Although some skeptics regard the C-RAM system as an 'ad-hoc,' un-resourced and likely short-lived OIF phenomenon, this nascent capability not only reinforces the joint urgent operational needs (JUON) process, but it exemplifies emerging attributes of the future joint force organization, planning, and conduct of operations.
This sociocultural gap was identified and support was requested through multiple Operational Needs Statements (ONS) and Joint Urgent Operational Needs Statements (JUONS).
If this is not a viable option, an operational needs statement (ONS) or joint urgent operational needs statement (JUONS) (the latter if you are in a joint battlespace) is the next step in attempting to mitigate the capability gap.
Army Tank-automotive and Armaments Command (TACOM) is soliciting M-ATVs in support of a Joint Urgent Operational Needs statement.
The Joint Urgent Operational Need process is governed by Title X, with supplementing deputy secretary of defense guidance, as well as Rapid Validation and Resourcing of Joint Urgent Operational Needs (JUONs) in the Year of Execution (CJCSI 3470.
The JRAC's responsibility is to assist in resolving issues in response to COCOMs' certified/prioritized joint urgent operational needs (JUONs) as well as the recommendations of the chairman.