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CJCSI 1331.01D

MANPOWER AND PERSONNEL ACTIONS INVOLVING GENERAL AND FLAG OFFICERS

active, Most Current
Organization: CJCS
Publication Date: 1 August 2010
Status: active
Page Count: 96
scope:

Purpose. This instruction implements Department of Defense (DOD) policy and provides guidance for the effective management of general/flag officer (G/FO) actions involving joint duty assignments (JDAs) or positions of importance and responsibility per Title 10, United States Code (10 USC), and DOD policy and directives.

Applicability. This instruction applies to the Military Departments, the Joint Staff, the unified combatant commands, Defense colleges, the Defense agencies, the DOD Field Activities, U.S. elements of the combined commands and other DOD components and Federal agencies to which general and flag officer may be assigned.

Document History

CJCSI 1331.01D
August 1, 2010
MANPOWER AND PERSONNEL ACTIONS INVOLVING GENERAL AND FLAG OFFICERS
Purpose. This instruction implements Department of Defense (DOD) policy and provides guidance for the effective management of general/flag officer (G/FO) actions involving joint duty assignments...
August 1, 2010
MANPOWER AND PERSONNEL ACTIONS INVOLVING GENERAL AND FLAG OFFICERS
Purpose. This instruction implements Department of Defense (DOD) policy and provides guidance for the effective management of general/flag officer (G/FO) actions involving joint duty assignments...
July 22, 2005
MANPOWER AND PERSONNEL ACTIONS INVOLVING GENERAL AND FLAG OFFICERS
Purpose. This instruction implements Department of Defense (DOD) policy and provides guidance for the effective management of general/flag officer (G/FO) actions involving joint duty assignments...

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