Combined Operations

In military use, combined operations, also known as joint operations, or interoperability capability, are either operations conducted by forces of two or more allied nations acting together for the accomplishment of a common strategy, a strategic and operational and sometimes tactical cooperation and interaction between units and formations of the land, naval and air forces, or the cooperation between military and civilian authorities in peacekeeping or disaster relief operations.

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Military Of Scotland - Defence Establishments in Scotland - Royal Navy Bases in Scotland - Former Royal Navy Bases in Scotland
1917–1938 HMS Curlew, Inellan, Dunoon, Argyll Bute Harbour Defence Depot HMS Dundonald, Troon, Combined Operations Craft Working up base HMS Hopetoun ... Combined Operations Training Centre ... Based at Granton 1943–1946 HMS Quebec, Inverary, Argyll Bute, Combined Operations Craft Working up base HMS Varbel, Port Bannatyne, Argyll Bute, Midget Submarine training shore base HMS Western Isles ...
List Of Royal Navy Shore Establishments - Former Shore Establishments - Other - S To Z
... Naval Base), was the Royal Navy's biggest dockyard and its base of operations in the Far East from 1939 until 1971 ... Tullichewan (previously HMS Spartiate II), Holding base for Combined Operations, Tullichewan Castle Camp, Balloch, Loch Lomond, Scotland HMS Turtle, Combined Operations training ...
Rhodesian Security Forces - Combined Operations
... Bush War required that each of the security forces work in a combined effort to combat the enemy ... Therefore it became essential to establish an organisation known as Combined Operations in Salisbury to co-ordinate the efforts of each service ... The Rhodesian army took the senior role in Combined Operations ...
British Commandos - Formation
... The Commando force came under the operational control of the Combined Operations Headquarters ... The man initially selected as the commander of Combined Operations was Admiral Sir Roger Keyes, a veteran of the Gallipoli Campaign and the Zeebrugge Raid in the First World War ... Major General Robert Laycock was the last Commander of Combined Operations he took over from Mountbatten in October 1943 ...
Combined Operations - Conceptual Development - Modern History
... Though a significantly expanded combined operation, the Crimean War was the first example of a planned combined operations campaign that was directed as ... Aside from being the first modern expeditionary operation that used steam powered warships and telegraph communications—which made it the departing point for the rest of the 19th and 20th century developments—it ... The next development in the evolution of combined operations was made during the expansion of the European Empires and the era of colonialism that also led to the inclusion of the combined ...

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