- Joint Staff doctrine sponsor
- A joint task force headquarters formed on order of Commander in Chief, United States Atlantic Command, within existing state boundaries to command and control United States and federalized state elements designated to execute land defense of the continental United States, military support to civil defense, and military assistance to civil authority missions. See also joint regional defense command.
Military dictionary. 2000.
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