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IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM JFSC
**** The upcoming JCWS 20-03 class (22 June - 28 August 2020) will be conducted virtually. All assigned students will receive an email with additional instructions. If you are planning on attending this class and have not been notified of the changes, please contact CDR Jim Zoulias (email@example.com, Work: 757-443-6216, Cell: 757-333-1912).
Feb. 14, 2019
Toward a More Lethal, Flexible, and Resilient Joint Force: Rediscovering the Purpose of JPME II
JFSC Faculty, Charles Davis and Frederick R. Kienle published "Toward a More Lethal, Flexible, and Resilient Joint Force: Rediscovering the Purpose of JPME II" in Joint Forces Quarterly. Published JFQ 92, 22 Jan 2019.
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