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jointness

(ˈdʒɔɪntnəs)
n
(Military) military US the cooperation and integration of different branches of the US military
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In the process, Phase Zero will give every naval officer a predisposition to jointness, change the Navy's culture from the ground up, and set the course for the lifelong education of the future joint force.
Embrace Interdependence--The Next Level of Jointness.
Unity of effort is crucial for successful interagency operations, just as jointness is crucial for successful military operations.
During this surprise communication, we discussed JFQ's history and impact, including the journal's role in promoting jointness itself.
military today, probably the source of most of our strength, is the jointness, is the ability to put together different capabilities, and come up with a synergy that it far exceeds the two plus two, or whatever the arithmetic equation would make you think we would be at.
Jointness remains at the heart of modern warfare and through our synergistic efforts we have achieved remarkable success in the War against Terrorism.
Jointness and Integration in the Armed Forces is the order of the day like any other facet of life and therefore release of this Doctrine could not have come at a more opportune time.
The narrative gains strength as it unfolds further in the battle of Shanghai, where Japanese resistance to needed reforms and the exorbitant price they paid in blood and material for courting hubris exposed their failure to adapt their military organization, their poor use of nascent armored forces, and their refusal to take advantage of the synergy of jointness.
If these topics don't generate immediate interest, then pause and consider the role that joint assignments play in developing adaptive military police leaders or ponder the former Chairman of the Joint Chief of Staffs remarks on the importance of jointness in the advancement and preservation of our Profession of Arms.
Individuals involved in tackling these problems address these issues in the first section, such as a leader responsible for creating a culture of jointness after 9/11, the chief of staff to the under secretary of defense, and an admiral leading response to disasters like Hurricane Katrina and Deepwater Horizon.
JCSC is a quarterly meeting of senior military leadership to carry out the assessment and evaluation of operational preparedness of all three services specially in the context of jointness within the Armed Forces.
The COAS stated that transformation and modernisation of the armed forces, including induction of state of art equipment, jointness and development of network centricity were the prerequisites for operational readiness and excellence.