Intelligence


Joint Universal Lessons Learned (JULLS)

Primary Purpose An after action report (AAR) software package

allowing users to generate joint lessons learned

for JULLS data base. This data base is

distributed semiannually to the Commanders in

Chiefs (CINC) of all unified commands, the

services and the combat support agencies.

Improves CINC's warfighting capabilities by

taking advantage of LL's from real world

operations and exercises.

Sub-Functions 1. Joint After-Action Reporting System (JARS).

A set of procedures and formats for AAR's. 2.

Remedial Actions Projects Program (RAPS).

Identifies significant shortfalls and problems

from AAR's. Tracks the identified shortfalls or

problems and corrective action to completion or

validation.

Equipment Requirements The software is a MS-DOS IBM-compatible computer

program.

Connectivity Requirements Stand-alone computer software. AAR's are

submitted through the CINC's to the Evaluation

and Analysis Division (EAD). Operational Plans

and Interoperability Directorate (J-7). AAR's

must be submitted on electronic media (I.E. disk,

e-mail) via mail, courier, or Global Command

Control Systems (GCCS).

Crypto Requirements None. JULLS data base is classified SECRET and

below. If the AAR is classified SECRET

appropriate security procedures for handling

SECRET material must be maintained.

Normal Locations 12,000 JULLS exist and support all echelons of

any Unified Command or any major command of a

service component. In the Marine Corps, the

software and access to the JULLS data base can be

found at MCCDC, the Warfighting Development

Integration Division (WDID), the archive's

division of the Marine Corps Research Center,

Quantico, at Headquarters Marine Corps, Deputy

Chief of Staff Plans, Policy and Operations (DC/S

PP&O), and at the Marine Expeditionary Force

(MEF) G-3's.

Information Managed Inputted Lessons Learned.

Products Created Formats between the inputted and outputted

JULLS/ARR's are identical.

Lead Service/Contractor Joint Staff (EAD J-7)/ Institute for Simulation

and Training (affiliated with the University of

Central Florida).

Current Fielding Status Program is being updated for windows environment.

Current version is 6.22.

Known Problems Access or input to the JULLS software and

database at the battalion or squadron level (or

below) is difficult.

DIICOE Compliance Rating Not rated.

Point of Contact Mr. Mark Cooney, Joint Staff, J-7 Operational

Plans and Interoperability Directorate Evolution

and Analysis Division

Comm: (703) 693-2880

Updated by Capt William F. Stegemerten IV, USAF, CCSC-01
 

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