MNF-IMulti-National Force-Iraq
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The section was located at Camp Slayer in the Perfume Palace with the MNF-I CJ2 vice with the corps main in Al Faw Palace on Camp Victory.
Under the direction of the MNF-I J4, Multi-National Corps-Iraq (MNC-I) C7, and later the USF-I J7, TF SAFE (deactivated on Nov.
(60) Top officials in the Iraqi Government may be granted medical care in consultation with the Department of State and the MNF-I surgeon.
Within CJ 1/4/8 are a small but special group of Navy officers assigned to CJ4 Logistics who form the nucleus of MNF-I's Strategic Transportation and Distribution Division and these officers are filling nontraditional logistic roles during their tour in Iraq.
Lieutenant Colonel Hauer was the team chief for the CBRNE Fusion Cell, Combined Joint Operations, MNF-I. He holds a bachelor's degree in biology with a minor in chemistry from the State University of New York at Brockport.
The CCSB ultimately evolved into the premier venue for MNC-I civil capacity integration with major subordinate commands, the United States embassy, MNF-I, OPA, and international organizations such as the United Nations Assistance Mission-Iraq.
In May 2004, CJTF-7 separated into a higher, strategically focused headquarters, the Multi-National Force-Iraq (MNF-I), still led by LTG Sanchez, and a lower, operationally focused headquarters, the Multi-National Corps-Iraq (MNC-I).
With deeply divided opinions and pressed to inform the commanding general's decision, the MNF-I staff called for a formal look to sort through all the issues.
The current ISR system has the combined force air component commander (CFACC) apportioning a certain number of ISR combat air patrols to MNF-I. Through Multi-National Corps-Iraq (MNC-I), these patrols are then further allocated to the various major subordinate commands (MSC) for planning purposes.
As a link between strategic logistics organizations and the in-theater warfighter, MNF-I requires awareness of the logistics common operating picture within Iraq and worldwide.
The United States may very well dominate the MNF-I, but the legal authority for the force comes not from the United States but from the United Nations.