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GCSS--Army significantly departs from Standard Army Management Information Systems by providing one common platform to control an array of supply, maintenance, property book, financial, and task organization functions.
Dynamic Update of USF-I J7 Task Organization This enabled effective, distributed mission command and ensured the unity of effort to meet emerging engineer requirements.
The advantages of the proposed division military police battalion can only be appreciated with an understanding of the task organization and how it would unify and enhance military police operations.
In the MDMP, nonorganic assets become full players only after task organization and coordination occur.
First Army Division West is unique in its task organization in that all seven of our subordinate brigades are located in seven different states on seven different installations.
During follow-on rotations, task organization became more specific, such as in 2006 when A/5-5 ADA, augmented by 12 Sailors, served as an intercept battery and C/5-5 ADA served as a sense and warn battery.
LET YOUR BODY MOVE The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) says employees may face risks from poor task organization, which can intensify the impact of other risk factors such as repetition.
The TAC's purpose was to help the brigade commander command and control his expansive AO and task organization.