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joint force


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Joint Expeditionary Force

joint task force

Joint Expeditionary Force

joint task force

Rapid Deployment Joint Task Force

Rapid Deployment Joint Task Force

The Impact of Sitting Configuration on the Hip Joint Reaction Force and Hip Flexion Angle

POTTS, Duncan Laurence (born 1961), Director General Joint Force Development and Defence Academy, since 2014

STACEY, Graham Edward (born 1959), Deputy Commander Joint Force Command Brunssum, since 2013

Improving the care of elderly diabetic patients: the final report of the St Vincent Joint Task Force for Diabetes

Cardiac arrhythmias in acute coronary syndromes: position paper from the joint EHRA, ACCA, and EAPCI task force

JUDD, David Leslie (born 1950), Deputy Commander Allied Joint Force Command Brunssum (formerly Deputy Commander-in-Chief, Allied Forces North), 2004–07

KINGWELL, John Matthew Leonard (born 1966), Director, Development, Concepts and Doctrine Centre, Joint Force Command, since 2013

MEDHURST, Charles Edward Hastings (1896 - 1954), Head of Air Force Staff, British Joint Services Mission at Washington, 1948–50

WEIGHILL, Robert Peter Mark (born 1961), Deputy Chief of Staff (Plans), Joint Force Command Naples, NATO, 2012–15

MOZUMDER, Aroop Kumar (born 1956), Commander Defence Primary Healthcare, Joint Forces Command, 2013–15; Director General Royal Air Force Medical Services, 2011–15

KEARON, Norman Walter (1913 - 1981), Royal Air Force (retd); General Manager and Chief Executive, Philips/L. M. Ericsson Joint Venture, Riyadh, since 1978

Application of the National Cholesterol Education Program and joint European treatment criteria and clinical benefit in the Air Force/Texas Coronary Atherosclerosis Prevention Study (AFCAPS/TexCAPS)

 

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A general term applied to a force composed of significant elements, assigned or attached, of two or more military departments, operating under a single commander.

Subjects: Warfare and Defence.


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