Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms
A general term to describe military actions conducted by joint forces, or by Service forces in relationships (e.g., support, coordinating authority), which, of themselves, do not establish joint forces.
The numerical value of joint operations in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of joint operations in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
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The train and equip program (alone) will not be enough to fight Daesh, that is why we agreed with the United States to start joint operations soon.
In the second group we have around 100 (fighters), the train and equip program (alone) will not be enough to fight Daesh, that is why we agreed with the United States to start joint operations soon.
We're not looking at joint operations, we're discussing with them proposals for sustainable mechanisms to better monitor and enforce the cessation of hostilities - we're not talking about joint operations.
They have not been able to agree the idea of joint operations and right of hot pursuit, which is very, very crucial in fighting a movement like Boko Haram which can engage in battle in one country and then run into another.
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