Defeat-ISIS Coalition: Proposal to Secure Alternative Roles within Operation Inherent Resolve Headquarters Following a Review of Structures
This publication provides documents on Cabinet’s July 2020 decision to secure alternative roles within the Operation Inherent Resolve Headquarters following a review of structures.
the 6 July 2020 Cabinet minute: Defeat-ISIS Coalition: Proposal to Secure Alternative Roles Within Operation Inherent Resolve Headquarters Following a Review of Structures [CAB-20-MIN-0325]
the redacted Cabinet paper: Defeat-ISIS Coalition: Proposal to Secure Alternative Roles Within Operation Inherent Resolve Headquarters Following a Review of Structures [CAB-20-SUB-0325].
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