civil affairs activities

civil affairs activities

Activities performed or supported by civil affairs that (1) enhance the relationship between military forces and civil authorities in areas where military forces are present; and (2) involve application of civil affairs functional specialty skills, in areas normally the responsibility of civil government, toenhance conduct of civil-military operations. See also civil affairs; civil-military operations.
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Although we are not a humanitarian or development agency, in 2015 we have demonstrated our humanitarian disposition through the implementation of over 12,000 CIMIC (civil-military co-operation) and civil affairs activities and projects valued at $3.9 million, approximately.
Ziade to UNIFIL and expressed his appreciation for the Deputy Permanent Representative's (DPR) initiative to visit the Mission." "Major-General Portolano briefed the Deputy Permanent Representative on the work of the Mission with a focus on the current situation in UNIFIL's area of operations, coordination with the Lebanese Armed Forces, relation with the local population, CIMIC and Civil Affairs activities, and related common concerns within the framework of UN Security Council resolution 1701 (2006)," release said.
The CAPOSSO architecture is the first of its kind in creating a step-by-step process in developing an organizational framework for a fusion cell or fusion center operations for civil affairs activities. The design makes it easier for information to inform intelligence to be properly analyzed and readily available.
The security cooperation and civil affairs activities of the U.S.
The team is deployed to Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa to build lasting relationships with African partners and conduct civil affairs activities.
Unfortunately, there were numerous incidents where units promised a village a certain project, but it never got off the ground because the incoming unit decided that it was not a priority for them or just didn't want to be involved in any sort of civil affairs activities.
The Danish Battle Group has approximately 550 soldiers, augmented in Civil Affairs activities by civilians working for the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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