Combined Joint Task Force Exercise (CJTFEX 04-2) was the most complex joint war game of the last decade, according to planners and participants.
What does CJTFEX stand for?
CJTFEX stands for Combined Joint Task Force Exercise
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- Combined Joint Task Force 7 (US Army V Corps, Iraq)
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- Coalition Joint Task Force Phoenix (Kabul, Afghanistan)
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- Canadian Joint Task List (Canadian Forces)
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- Columbia Journal of Transnational Law
- Continental Journal of Tropical Medicine (Nigeria)
- Combined and Joint Theater Missile Operations Cell
- Criminal Justice Training Programs (Temple University)
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Other exercises scheduled for this year include an integration event, Combined Joint Task Force Exercise 04-2, in June; another horizontal exercise in August; and a vertical exercise, Unified Endeavor/ Fuertes Defensas 04, in September.
Examples include the Navy-Air Force aerial mining exercises (MINEX), unique training for Special Forces and training for Combined Joint Task Force Exercises (CJTFEX).