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2024 Civil Affairs Roundtable



Register on the Civil Affairs Association website  for the online spring Roundtable on Thursday, 18 April 2024 from 9:00-14:00 Eastern.


The Roundtable will be the closing event of this year's thematic discussion of "Campaigning and Civil Affairs." The Association has published the 10th volume of the Civil Affairs Issue Papers including the 2023 Civil Affairs conference report. Among the observations:


  • Civil affairs capabilities and civil affairs operations (CAO) are integral to campaigning.

  • The theater-strategic and operational levels are critical for integration of CA forces.

  • Campaigning at joint command and country team levels is inherently an interagency undertaking.

  • Campaigning is not only the best way for GCCs and Army Service Component Commands (ASCCs) to leverage CA but also the best way for CA to support and integrate with these commands.

  • Multicomponent CA and multidisciplinary information-related force teaming is the way forward to successful integration of CA forces in strategic competition, integrated deterrence, and campaigning as well as large-scale combat operations (LSCO).

  • Army 38G Military Government Specialists are ideally suited for employment in campaigning.

  • The need for dedicated maritime CA forces has once again become more obvious.


  • The extended CA Corps needs to create an identifiable 21st century strategic narrative for CA.


The Roundtable picks up on the unfinished work of identifying the doctrine, organization, training, materiel, leadership and education, personnel, facilities, and policy (DOTMLPF-P) implications of the above findings. The Civil Affairs Proponent will lead discussion among representatives from the U.S. Army Civil Affairs & Psychological Operations Command (Airborne), 95th Civil Affairs Brigade, Marine Civil Affairs, the U.S. Army Peacekeeping & Stability Operations Institute, and others.

 

Before the Proponent and the Association provide its report on “finding a Corps-wide narrative on the Civil Affairs value proposition,” Dr. Ajit Maan, Founder & CEO of Narrative Strategies will provide some context on what “narrative” is and why it matters to Civil Affairs.


Last, as always, is the open discussion of the next annual theme for the 2024-25 Civil Affairs Issue Papers.


Download the complete agenda here.


 

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