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objectives, campaign plans, constraints, limitations, resources, caveats, timelines and priorities for the specific mission. 2. Establish and/or invite representation to each board, cell, working group, and staff section meeting to maintain transparency, collaboration, and unified action. 3. If applicable, civ-mil leadership should conduct battlefield circulation with representatives from the JIIM team in order to address subordinate unit requests for information and understanding. 4. Mandate and establish development specific training venues and professional development forums during home station training, pre-deployment preparation, and combat training center (CTC) experiences. Implications. Without fully understanding the roles, functions, goals, objectives, campaign plans, constraints, limitations, resources, caveats, timelines and priorities of each contributing organization of the civ-mil team, the following could occur: 1. The USG, the U.S. military, the JIIM contributing members, and NGOs will not achieve unified action. 2. Instead of establishing trust, transparency and collaboration, friction, mistrust, avoidance, and development fratricide will set in, as each organization reverts to a stove-piped approach vice a unified approach. 3. The affected nation, region, and population will be denied both timely assis- tance and the full benefits of the civ-mil unified effort. Event Description. This lesson is based on a 15-month deployment to Kirkuk, Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom from 2007-2008. Gen. Mark Hertling (Cdr, MND-North), PRT members, and Iraqi leaders discuss drought issues at FOB Warhorse. Photo by SPC Ryan Elliott, 14 th PA Det. 17 July 2008. Table of Contents | Quick Look | Contact PKSOI Page 30 of 36