joint amphibious operation

joint amphibious operation

An amphibious operation conducted by significant elements of two or more Services.
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forces conducted an important joint amphibious operation under the command of Gen.
As Colonel Boscawen points out, British success at Louisbourg marked the beginning of the end of New France, and it also began a series of British joint amphibious operations during the remainder of the war.
In 1938 the commandant of the Royal Navy Staff College raised the possibility of joint amphibious operations, which met with total rejection.
Maritime strategists considered joint amphibious operations by the realities of distance in the Pacific.
It is also fitted out as a Naval Assault HQ with naval and military personnel working closely together to mount joint amphibious operations, complete with full supporting armour.
The report set forth divergent service views on "doctrines and procedures governing joint amphibious operations" that were delaying finalization of a jointly acceptable solution--each page was divided into thirds, with the views of the Navy and Marine Corps, Army, and Air Force for each issue given separately.
(64.) Joint Amphibious Board, Doctrines and Procedures Governing Joint Amphibious Operations, with Divergent Service Views, Report on Joint Amphibious Board Project No.
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