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2) Rules of engagement must be _____.able to be tailored by member forces to their national policiesestablished over time
identical among all nationspartially adopted by all participating nations3) To promote their mutual national interests and ensure mutual security against real andperceived threats, nations that form partnerships must understand the impacts of _____.culture and economicsinternally displaced persons (IDPs)non-governmental agenciestactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs)4) The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is an example of a(n):
5) Operations conducted by forces of two or more nations and usually undertaken withinthe structure of a coalition or alliance are known as _____.
6) To ensure that respect and mutual cooperation exists among all parties, and to leveragecooperation in order to meet operational end states, combatant commanders should use_____.civil-military operations centers (CMOCs)human terrain teams (HTTs)joint targeting groups (JTGs)
7) Key considerations involved in planning and conducting multinational operations areaffected by _____.financial resource constraintsmedia influencemotives and values of the organization's members
non-military organizations8) Multinational operations are _____.
9) Factors affecting military capabilities of nations include _____.
10) The vetting process for participation in multinational operations serves as a mechanismto _____.
11) To the greatest extent possible, coalition members should _____.consider the ramifications of labeling information about operational areas asintelligencedisseminate information freely without a tear lineoccasionally seek the necessary authorization for foreign disclosure of informationprevent the sharing of relevant intelligence about the situation and adversary

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United States Department of Defense, Commander, Unified Combatant Command, Joint Task Force

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