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2) The principle of joint operations designed to ensure the commitment necessary to attain the nationalstrategic end state is _____.legitimacypatienceperseverancerestraint
3) A _____________ is a series of tactical actions such as battles, engagements and or strikes conductedby combat forces of a single or several services and coordinated in time and place to achieve strategic oroperational objectives in an operational area.
4) The purpose of the _____ principle of joint operations is to seize, retain, and exploit the initiative. It isthe most effective and decisive way to achieve a clearly defined objective.
5) The ability of the United States to respond rapidly with appropriate options to potential or actualcrises contributes to regional stability. Thus, ____________ often may be planned and executed as crisisresponse or limited-contingency operations.
6) The purpose of the _____ principle of joint operations is to prepare clear, uncomplicated plans andconcise orders to ensure thorough understanding.clarityobjectivesecuritysimplicity
7) Operations designed to demonstrate U.S. resolve and involve the appearance of a credible militaryforce in an attempt to defuse a situation that, if allowed to continue, may be detrimental to U.S. interestsare known as _____ operations.
8) ________ helps prevent adversary action through the presentation of a credible threat ofcounteraction. It stems from the belief of a potential aggressor that a credible threat of retaliation exists,the contemplated action cannot succeed, or the costs outweigh any possible gains.
Deception9) When required to achieve national strategic objectives or protect national interests, the U.S nationalleadership may decide to conduct ______________________.

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