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Joint Force Quarterly (Jfq) : Issue 57; Second Quarter 2010: Issue 57 ; Second Quarter 2010

By Ellason, William T.

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Reproduction Date: 2010

Title: Joint Force Quarterly (Jfq) : Issue 57; Second Quarter 2010: Issue 57 ; Second Quarter 2010  
Author: Ellason, William T.
Volume: Issue 57
Language: English
Subject: Military, Homeland Security, Integrated Operations (Military Science)
Collections: Periodicals: Journal and Magazine Collection (Contemporary), Joint Force Quarterly (JFQ) Journal Collection
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Publisher: National Defense University Press


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T. Ellasonito, C. W. (Ed.). (2010). Joint Force Quarterly (Jfq) : Issue 57; Second Quarter 2010. Retrieved from

Description: Focuses on joint force doctrine and development.

Summary: NDU Press produces JFQ in concert with ongoing education and research at National Defense University in support of the Secretary of Defense and the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. JFQ is the Chairman's joint military and security studies journal designed to inform and educate national security professionals on joint and integrated operations; whole of government contributions to national security policy and strategy; homeland security; and developments in training and joint military education to better equip America's military and security apparatus to meet tomorrow's challenges while protecting freedom today. This is the authoritative, official U.S. Department of Defense edition of the JFQ. Any copyrighted portions of this journal may not be reproduced or extracted without permission of the copyright proprietors. Joint Force Quarterly should be acknowledged whenever material is quoted from or based on its content. The editors of Joint Force Quarterly evaluate submitted manuscripts with the following criteria in mind: CJCS topical guidance, continuing education for national security professionals, scholarly standards of evidence and argumentation, and readability. The editor defines continuing national security education broadly to address all issues encompassed in the employment, threat and control of force. Very few submissions are rejected on the grounds that they lie beyond the journal's purview. Far more frequently, manuscripts fail to pass the ""so what?"" test. Even if everything in the article is accurate and criticism is delivered with precision, does the author recommend clear solutions, or arm the reader with actionable education? Be aggressive in seeking out and identifying problems that should be fixed irrespective of Service perspective, conventional wisdom, or published doctrine. The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff encourages professional dialogue and criticism! New ideas save lives, resources and liberty.


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