AJFCNAllied Joint Force Command Naples (NATO; Italy)
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As with the previous example, AJFCN could have tasked several standing organizations to execute the project, for example, J-4, J-6 (because of the complexity of establishing a new communications and information network), or the Support Group (a colonel-level command responsible for current base maintenance and life support issues).
An additional advantage of the Project Management Office is that, as a NATO organization, AJFCN is a joint and combined command, so its staff officers represent all services and NATO nations.