Civil Military Operations in the New World
Greenwood Publishing Group, 1997 - 269 pages
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... Command Structure and Organization as of 31 March 1990 76 13.1 Task Force Freedom 162 164 170 13.2 Combined Civil Affairs Task Force ( CCATF ) 13.3 Kuwait Emergency Recovery Office Organization 13.4 Defense Reconstruction Assistance ...
Thus , his directorate was the logical place to plan the operation . Equally important was that he be the plan executor as well . Although one usually does not appoint staff officers as task force commanders , in this case I ...
For example , in Panama the Commander in Chief ( CINC ) , General Maxwell R. Thurman , resolved his problem by placing the commander of his Civil Military Operations Task Force under the operational control of the U.S. embassy in ...
Rather , in Panama , Kuwait , and northern Iraq , task forces were created that followed more closely special operations doctrine than anything else closely resembling the Security Assistance Force ( SAF ) . In each case the task force ...
... forces from spending any further operational funds on restoring the Panamanian infrastructure.30 The further result of this ruling was to thrust necessary funding activities into peacetime systems that were ill suited to the task .
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