Joint campaigning in 2010

Hooker Jr., Richard D.
October 1999
JFQ: Joint Force Quarterly;Fall99, Issue 23, p40
Discusses the importance of joint operational concepts among military department services in the United States. Consequences of having the armed force bodies divided and competing against one another; Factors that hinder the development of a joint operational concept in the U.S. military.


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