CJOCCanadian Joint Operations Command
CJOCCombined Joint Operation Center
CJOCChinese Journal of Communication (University of Oxford; UK)
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(2) The most utilized joint functions in the CJOC were fires, sustainment, and intelligence, which were employed while conducting the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) train, advise, and assist mission.
During the attack, integration of highly effective fire from Marine aviation was as much the result of ad hoc coordination by Marines and Airmen who rose to the occasion as it was a controlled integration of fires in the BLS CJOC.
(301) See Everingham v Ontario (1992) 88 DLR (4th) 755, 761-2 (Callaghan CJOC, Hartt and Campbell JJ):
The Canadian Joint Operations Command (CJOC) directed the regional joint task force responsible, as it does for most of the Forces' operations.
The Combined Joint Operations Center (CJOC) serves as the central point of communications and information management while submitting and responding to requests for information.
The three soldiers will be buried by their regiment, in the presence of family and Government of Canada representatives, at the Commonwealth War Graves Commission's (CWGC) Loos British Cemetery outside Loos-en-Gohelle, France, on August 23, 2018....Command of the Canadian Joint Operations Command (CJOC) officially changed hands from Lieutenant-General Stephen Bowes to Lieutenant-General Michael Rouleau during a ceremony presided over by General Jonathan Vance, Chief of the Defence Staff.
This gives Intelligence Command the authority to manage its own resources, and be a distinct entity on par with other commands across the Canadian Forces--Army, Navy, Air Force, Canadian Joint Operations Command (CJOC), [Canadian] Special Operations Forces Command (CANSOFCOM) and Military Personnel Command, and now we've got CF Intelligence Command.
to talk to the Commander, Canadian Joint Operations Command, only the third Commander of CJOC since the organization was stood up in October 2012.
His more recent duties as deputy commander of the Royal Canadian Air Force and as deputy commander of the Canadian Joint Operations Command (CJOC) will be an asset to L3 Technologies in Canada and abroad, the firm noted.
BGen St-Louis: Sure, but I'll admit to you, getting into the detail of this corps and its units, divisions, brigades and who's who - it's a huge organization and not as clear a picture as I had in 5 Brigade when they answered to 2nd Division or to CJOC [Canadian Joint Operations Command] when I was deployed.