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When implemented properly, Unified Command

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When implemented properly, Unified Command requires Operations Sections to be established with members of each jurisdiction, or possibly agency. This is to create agencies that can interact effectively.

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When implemented properly, unified command shows that each person in the chain of command has specific duties. Each person in the chain will know what they are to be doing at any given time.

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A unified command is basically a type of plan that shows and explains missions. It also gives detailed information on the geography of the land.

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