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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.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • 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.

    Archive 2004-05-01

  • The operational level MMC is the support unit responsible for providing theaterwide munitions supply management and allocation.

    FM 9-6 Chapter 2

  • If so, the theater headquarters acts to effectively centralize and integrate General Staff control over theaterwide offensive (or defensive) operations.

    FM 100-61 Chptr 7 Command and Control

  • 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.

    FM 100-61 Chptr 2 Strategic Operations

  • But the Town Center program is the Kansas City-based chain's first attempt at theaterwide reserved seating in a megaplex. Front Page


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