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1. Establishes and carries out historical
program objectives, priorities and policies in accordance with
regulations and directives. Directs all theater historical activities
with subordinate service components to insure complete historical
coverage of US military operations and activities. Writes, coordinates,
exercises and executes the joint historical annex to the OPLAN.
2. Produces historical products (information papers, point papers,
briefings, studies, monographs, oral histories) as directed to provide
historical perspective and research and reference support to assist CDR
UNC/CFC/USFK and other commanders and staffs in operational planning,
problem-solving, and decision-making.
3. Maintains working research holdings (UNC/CFC/USFK archive)
adequate to preserve the commands’ institutional memory and to permit
applying broad historical perspectives to issues affecting the
commands. Establishes a collection plan and collects and organizes
inputs for the UNC and ROK-US CFC Annual Historical Summaries and for
USFK Command History. Coordinates, conducts, transcribes, publishes and
preserves periodic and end-of-tour oral history interviews with the CDR
UNC/CFC/USFK and with other key UNC/CFC/USFK commanders and staff
principals as needed to complete the historical record.
4. Assists with the leader development and military history
education programs as directed to include staff ride support, guest
lectures, and a professional reading program.
5. Research, write, and publish the USFK Command Tenure Historical Review.
6. Coordinates joint historical research assistance and site
analysis in support of efforts to locate, evaluate, and recover the
remains of missing American service personnel that served or fought in
the Korean Theater since 1945.