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The JTF-CS is a standing joint task force composed of active, Reserve and Guard members from the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard, as well as civilian personnel, and is commanded by federalized Army National Guard Maj.
Joint Task Force 519 is a standing joint task force headquarters that trains throughout the year and is ready to deploy at any time.
is a unique operational command and control headquarters postured to respond to such threat Although conceived prior to 9/11 in 1999 as a standing joint task force under U.
One of the main goals of the Millennium Challenge experiment is to demonstrate how effective a standing joint task force can be for a combatant commander.
In response to the American Civil Liberties Union and other critics, the unified command plan issued in 1999 recommended organizing a standing Joint Task Force for Civil Support (JTF/CS) under U.
Joint Forces Command (JFCOM) has been tasked to examine the structure and requirements for a standing joint task force (JTF) headquarters.
As James Blaker has observed, "This is a good idea, but we need to move to standing joint task forces.