Negotiated Joint Command Relationships

Chisholm, Donald
March 2000
Naval War College Review;Spring2000, Vol. 53 Issue 2, p65
Academic Journal
Examines the joint command relationships of the United States Armed Forces during the Korean War amphibious operations. Role of amphibious doctrine in establishing joint command relationships; Processes of negotiation and bargaining before and during the operations; Structure and evolution of command relations.


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