Country: United States Region: .
Latitude: 37° 14' 53" N Longitude: -68° 54' 11" E
Area use / Military Branches: Active
A unified combatant command also referred to as a combatant command, is a joint US DoD military command composed of units from two or more service branches of the US Armed Forces and conducts broad and continuing missions.
There are currently 11 unified combatant commands; each established as the highest echelons of military commands, in order to provide effective command and control of all US military forces, regardless of branch of service, during peace or during war time.Unified combatant commands are organized either on a geographical basis (known as "area of responsibility", AOR) or on a functional basis (operational) led by a combatant commander. In peacetime this is an officer in the rank of a four-star general or admiral.
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