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joint task force

A joint force that is constituted and so designated by the Secretary of Defense, a combatant commander, a subunified commander, or an existing joint task force commander. Also called JTF.
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The leadership of JTF Sulu believes that with the support of LGUs and peace-loving Tausugs as manifested in the recent successful operations, more loose firearms will be recovered and more ASG members will be neutralized," Sobejana said.
Abdulahi said the successful operation was the fruits of a seven-day clearance operation initiated by the Commander of JTF, Rear Admiral Apochi Suleiman, to sanitise the Niger Delta of militants, cultists, sea robbers, kidnappers and other criminals.
Since the proposed 2017 NDAA from the SASC would require one of the geographic combatant commands to evaluate the alternative JTF option, the existence of CJTF-HOA and the broad mission set of USAFRICOM make it the ideal place to test this C2 structure.
JTF Wholesale Limited had admitted at Stafford crown court a health and safety breach at the store in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs.
The general assumption is that the explosives on the two female bombers went off prematurely before reaching their targets," said Musa Ari, a JTF member.
JTF has a strict criteria for membership in order to maintain quality and safety in the
Throughout the operation, logistics were never the constraint on the JTF Commander's operations, which is as it should be.
That same day, JTF sold 855,000 shares, the majority of its proprietary position in AWSR, reaping proceeds of more than $1 million.
During the 24 June's first JTF session, both sides discussed in depth as to ways and means of boosting trade cooperation to new levels.
So, it is a combination of things, but certainly we have seen that when the JTF really went after it, we got results.
Mission command issues presented the most immediate difficulty on arrival at JTF Sandy.
JTF CapMed treats wounded, ill and injured, active duty, and retired service members and their families.