Interagency Coordination During Joint Operations. Vol. 1
JOINT STAFF WASHINGTON DC
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Joint Pub 3-08 provides the principles and guidance for accomplishing interagency coordination and discusses real-world examples of this important process. It outlines responsibilities and tasks for joint force commanders and describes key US Government agencies and nongovernmental and international organizations. The fundamental concepts contained in this publication provide joint doctrine for the creative and visionary use of our Nations military power, particularly in military operations other than war.
- Government and Political Science
- Military Forces and Organizations