Mission rehearsal at CMTC: Operations JOINT ENDEAVOR and

Gavle, Kathleen A.
April 1998
Military Intelligence Professional Bulletin;Apr-Jun/98, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p33
Looks at the Operations JOINT ENDEAVOR (OJE) and JOINT GUARD (OJG) of the Combat Maneuver Training Center of the United States Army. Description of the mission rehearsals during the OJE and OJG; Information on the `Joint Military Commission (JMC) Policy, Procedures, and Command Guidance Handbook'; Details on the Mountain Eagle exercise.


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