The challenge of joint forces training in USEUCOM

Ellertson, Jack W.; Kloecker, Robert
May 1994
Military Review;May1994, Vol. 74 Issue 5, p12
Looks at the challenges of joint forces training in the United States European Command (USEUCOM). Three important tasks in joint task force (JTF) operations; USEUCOM training environment; Assumptions behind the approach in JTF training and exercise agenda; JTF training objectives; Lessons learned process.


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