Civil Military Operations in the New World
Greenwood Publishing Group, 1997 - 269 pages
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... despite being conducted under crisis action procedures , should be under the control of the general officer on my staff whom I had chosen to ... First , he had the entire Civil Affairs expertise of the command in his directorate .
Achieving unity of effort in the interagency game means developing effective command , control , and coordination mechanisms that are adaptable to a wide variety of circumstances . A third aspect of the interagency game is that ...
This , in turn , put EUCOM forces under the operational control of CENTCOM.27 Considering all three games , a central question is where unity of effort — or , stated as the military principle of war , unity of command — is to be ...
Another possible approach to command and control in both the combined and interagency games is that of appointing a civilian as the person in charge . This raises many questions about the capability of civilian leadership to command and ...
Command ( SOUTHCOM ) exercises.34 These " exercises " served to carry the message that the U.S. and Panamanian governments cared about the people of Panama while the normal peacetime funding was winding its way ... Command and control ...
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