Task Group

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Task Force 61 - World War II
... Task Force 61 seems to have first been formed in advance of the Guadalcanal Campaign of 1942 ... It was to govern the execution of Task One which was to be divided into three phases ... Additionally, the task force executed Operation Cleanslate on the Russell Islands in August 1942 ...
Structure Of The United States Navy - Operating Forces
... While not widely publicized, groups of ships departing U.S ... waters for operational missions gain a Task force type designation, almost always with the Second or Third Fleets ... area of responsibility, they are redesignated as a task group from that fleet ...
HMNZS Pukaki (F424) - Service History - As Pukaki (F424)
... Initially attached to Task Group 96.5 for escort duties between Japan and Korea, in September she was transferred to Task Group 90.7 to support of landings by the US 1st Marine Division at Inchon, rejoining ...
Prime Ministerial Task Group On Emissions Trading
... Prime Minister John Howard announced the establishment of the Prime Ministerial Task Group on Emissions Trading ... The task group has been tasked with developing an Australian Carbon Trading Scheme and was given the following terms of reference Against this background the Task Group will be asked ... The Task Group will advise and report on additional steps that might be taken, in Australia, consistent with the goal of establishing such a system ...
CENDI - Mission and Operation - Task Groups and Working Groups
... The chair(s) of a working group is appointed by the Principals and has the overall responsibility for the group's activities ... The Secretariat provides support at the request of the Working Group chair(s) ... The Working Groups and Task Groups that are currently operating are Copyright and Intellectual Property Working Group Distribution Markings Task Group ...

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