Letters to the Editor …

Marks, Edward; Gonzalez, Rufino; Lokken, Vicki Jay
October 2005
JFQ: Joint Force Quarterly;Autumn2005, Issue 39, p8
Several letters to the editor in response to articles in previous issues of the journal "Joint Forces Quarterly" including "A Concept for Improving U.S. Interagency Operational Planning and Coordination" in the Autumn 2002 issue, "Joint Interagency Cooperation: The First Step" in the April 2005 issue, "Transforming the 'Retention Sector" by Meredith Leyva in the July 2005 issue are presented.


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