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Title: Joint Force Operations

Action: The background is a faded collage representing the joint operations. The header of following text is showing:

Objectives of National Military Strategy achieved through joint force operations

Voice: The armed forces advance the objectives of the National Military Strategy through joint force operations.

Action: The bullet points from above are shown when mentioned in the narration as pieces of a large arrow. The first bullet point is the top part of the arrow, the second is the bottom part, and the third is the tip of the arrow.

Voice: In implementing the National Security Strategy and National Military Strategy, the armed forces must remain globally engaged to shape the international environment and create conditions that are favorable to U.S. interests and global security. Joint forces must also respond to the full spectrum of crises in order to protect our national interests. Finally, the armed forces must take steps to prepare now for an uncertain future.

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