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For use to support Japan 2011. This page is for open access data. Please do not post confidential or security classified information.

Go to OpenVCE.net Japan 2011 Root Web Page

Key Information Sharing Sites for the Ongoing Japanese crisis

Go to http://www.pacom.mil/ for ongoing updates on Operation Tomodachi (Relief to Japan) which outlines the overall ongoing efforts by the U.S. miilitary to assist the GOJ/JSDF in their onging crisis via bi-lateral coordination efforts.

Go to http://www.mpat.org and supporting tabs at this site) for key multinational documents that outline "how to conduct multinational operations at the "task force" level. Has applicability in general; however, note that the GOJ desired "bi-lateral" coordination at this time .. NOT multinational efforts outside Japan "assisting". Japan has good control of situation and wants to conduct operations in a bi-lateral manner with all nations.

Go to http://vosocc.unocha.org/ (Is the central web portal for ongoing UN actions in support of GOJ by the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA) Global Disaster Alert and Coordination System (GDACS) which conducts collaboration efforts with the Humanitarian Community at the "Virtual On-Site Operations Coordination Centre" Virtual OSOCC. This UN organization is working direcly in support of the GOJ governmental organizations that are responsible for Japan's internal relief efforts in response to the Earthquake disaster.

Notes - MPAT Secretariat and MNF SOP Program Manager

Testing this site for understanding on how OpenVCE can support the MPAT nations, MPAT program and MPAT Secretariat office within an open/collaborative manner.

E-mail: bratton@mpat.org Ref: http://www.mpat.org

See also Multinational Force Standard Operating Procedures (MNF-SOP).

Notes - Austin Tate Contributions

Biography: http://www.aiai.ed.ac.uk/~bat/

Notes - Bruce Bennett Contributions

Biogragrahy: http://www.rand.org/about/people/b/bennett_bruce.html#overview

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