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- adj. Throughout a theater of war.
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GAO modestly suggests that the Secretary of Defense direct the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff to (1) conduct a theaterwide survey and risk assessment on unsecured conventional munitions in Iraq, (2) report related risk mitigation strategies and results to Congress, and (3) incorporate conventional munitions storage site security as a strategic planning factor into all levels of planning policy and guidance.
According to the article: Gen. Richard Myers, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said the military's theaterwide investigation has suggested the abuse apparently depicted in the photographs was isolated.
The operational level MMC is the support unit responsible for providing theaterwide munitions supply management and allocation.
If so, the theater headquarters acts to effectively centralize and integrate General Staff control over theaterwide offensive (or defensive) operations.
They can also improve the OPFOR's capability to conduct theaterwide operations consisting of simultaneous army group operations of more extensive depths and integrated complexity.
But the Town Center program is the Kansas City-based chain's first attempt at theaterwide reserved seating in a megaplex.