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9) The supported combatant commander is responsible for developing _____, which coversinteragency coordination, for each operation plan (OPLAN). This enables interagency planners tomore rigorously plan their efforts in concert with the military, to suggest other activities orpartners that could contribute to the operation, and to better determine any support requirementsthey may have.Annex GAnnex IAnnex VAnnex YPage 2 of 3DHA Education and Training
10) Where long-term problems precede a deepening crisis, non-governmental organizations arefrequently on the scene before the U.S. military and are willing to operate in high-risk areas.
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11) The interagency support provided by a _____, composed of intelligence experts from DIA, CIA,NSA, NGA, and other intelligence agencies, affords the Joint Task Force access to national-leveldatabases and to agency-unique information and analysis.
12) The _____ is a coordinating body and generally neither sets policy nor conductsoperations. The Joint Task Force commander should carefully consider the location for easy
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