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perspective and to establish linkage with U.S. embassies in the area of responsibility or joint operations area and the Department of State. Chief of Mission (COM) Joint Interagency Coordination Group (JIACG) Liaison Officer (LNO) Political Advisor (POLAD) 10) Nongovernmental organizations are usually willing to quickly align themselves with intervening military forces in order to ensure their ability to achieve their objectives and for their physical security. False True 11) By virtue of their familiarity in a foreign country or region, _____ are a valuable source of information for a Joint Task Force commander who may have neither access to nor current information about the affected country or region. IGOs and NGOs USG agencies liaison teams multinational forces 12) The _____ is a coordinating body and generally neither sets policy nor conducts operations. The Joint Task Force commander should carefully consider the location for easy access for agencies and organizations, force protection and security. Joint Task Force (JTF) Headquarters Humanitarian Operations Center (HOC)
Civil-Military Operations Center (CMOC) Executive Steering Group (ESG) 13) Successful interagency, intergovernmental organization, and nongovernmental organization coordination helps enable the U.S. Government to build international support, conserve resources, and to _____. conduct coherent operations that capably achieve U.S. military missions conduct coherent operations that efficiently achieve shared goals establish comprehensive governmental agency legitimacy maintain control over the operation 14) The difficulty some units face adapting their mindset to vastly changed conditions on their third or fourth deployment to the same location is known as _____ challenges. transition 15) Which organization is the principal policy-making forum responsible for the nation's security strategy? U.S. Congress