Expert Knowledge in a Joint Task Force Headquarters

Geraci, Joseph C.
July 2005
JFQ: Joint Force Quarterly;Summer2005, Issue 38, p53
Focuses on the importance of informal expert knowledge in the form of true integration in the operation of a Joint Task Force (JTF) headquarters. Examination of the case of JTF Liberia on the issue additional expert knowledge in military administration; Historical development on the establishment of professional officers to provide a dependable Army; Development of the professional soldier; Effective integration of professional officers.


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