October 2000
JFQ: Joint Force Quarterly;Autumn2000, Issue 26, p106
Reports global developments related to military operations as of October 2000. Contents of the book 'Doctrine for Intelligence Support to Joint Operations'; Development of tactics and techniques across the military spectrum by the Air Land Sea Application Center; Responsibility of the Joint Warfighting Center and the Joint Center for Lessons Learned.


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