joint combined exchange training

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joint combined exchange training

A program conducted overseas to fulfill US forces training requirements and at the same time exchange the sharing of skills between US forces and host nation counterparts. Training activities are designed to improve US and host nation capabilities. Also called JCET.
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In June, the Defense Department kicked off the Trans Saharan Counterterrorism Initiative with Exercise Flintlock 2005.
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89) Exercises such as Flintlock 2005 are designed to produce more effective counterterror forces to help combat what the United States views as a growing terrorist threat in the region.