An Interview with General Lance L. Smith, USF, Commander, U.S Joint Forces Command

January 2007
JFQ: Joint Force Quarterly;Winter2007, Issue 44, p39
An interview with General Lance L. Smith, U.S. Joint Forces Command, is presented. When asked about the top priority emphasis of the command, he cites focusing on evaluation to balance supporting current and future operations and making sure that every possible help are offered to combatant commanders as they fight difficult wars. An effect-based approach is pursued in which the operational and strategic levels is all about harnessing the elements of national power into a common purpose.


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