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Aspects of military operations and joint training

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aspects of military operations and joint training necessary to accomplish missions assigned to thecommand.Combatant Command (COCOM)Administrative Control (ADCON)Operational Control (OPCON)Tactical Control (TACON)
35) A group or person is honor-bound to do which of the following upon receiving a limerick at mess?
36) The Army aids in shaping the international environment through an extensive forward presence in whichof the following?[objective73]
37) In the Chairman's White Paper, "Mission Command" (2012), the Joint Force of the future will findthemselves operating in a security environment that is _____.[objective98]
38) Because not every nation will agree with proposed coalition actions, what is an acceptable work-arounds to accomplish the mission without offending other nations?[objective71][RemediationAccessed :N]Rotating coalition partners through lead roles to promote their own political agendasEstablish a basis for coalition members to easily accept and advocate preferred coalition optionsOpenly show favoritism towards one nation over another nationEstablish temporary consensus through personal and professional relationships
39) Reserve Components now comprise almost what percent of the Total Force and are an integral partof the Armed Forces of the United States?[objective89][Remediation Accessed :N]
40) Reconnaissance and surveillance actions normally conducted in a clandestine or covert manner tocollect or verify information of strategic or operational significance, employing military capabilities notnormally found in conventional forces are called _____. These actions acquire information concerningthe capabilities, intentions and activities of an enemy.[objective93][Remediation Accessed :N]foreign internal defensestrategic reportingunconventional warfarespecial reconnaissance41) Unlike the military, most U.S. Government agencies and nongovernmental organizations are _____to create separate staffs at the strategic, operational, and tactical levels, with the result that Joint TaskForce personnel interface with individuals who are coordinating their organization's activities at morethan one level.[objective65][Remediation Accessed :N]not equipped and organizedusually willing, but hesitantnot educated and trainednot eager42) Joint force commanders must perform an analysis of the adversary, known as a _____, to knowwhat actions will be an effective deterrent. This continuous analytical process is used by jointintelligence organizations to produce intelligence estimates and other intelligence products in supportof the commander's decision-making process.[objective67][Remediation Accessed :N]

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