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In the American military system, the CINCs (commanders-in-chief) of the nine Unified Combatant Commands are the top warriors.
44) As in the past, mission approval rested with the President, with nominations coming direct from the CINC of FECOM.
In the early 90s, he financed and oversaw the development of an oil-and-water-separation technology under the auspices of a corporation owned and managed by him called CINC Inc.
So inevitably cincs (and their staffs, which can number in the thousands) find themselves running what are, in effect, regional programs for economic development and civil affairs.
The next hurdle is getting over the conversational habit of referring to "the CINCs.
Initial service claims that the legislation would make combatant commanders into warlords quickly vanished as the soundness of balancing authority and responsibility at CINC level--in line with military tradition--became apparent.
Our staff worked hard with Service and industry representatives to develop that plan, which I briefed to the CINC the last week of August.
The Chief of Staff of the Army, Secretary of the Army and Secretary of Defense along with the CINCs [commanders-in-chief] determine exactly what we need to fight terrorism.