Commander CJTF ZefraThe Combined Joint Task Force Zefra has a UN mandate and a European commander. The troop contributing nations include the European Union, Britain, Canada, Australia, and the Netherlands. While most of military activity is expected to be land-based, CJTF Z has naval and air resources. The military leadership in CJTF Z believes it has a handle on the situation and is sceptical that any US military action would be to the long-term benefit of CJTF Z
Success in the assigned missions, especially:
The separation of all belligerents and neutralization of forces that are creating instability, perpetrating acts of inhumanity and generating the humanitarian catastrophe. The multinational force must establish at least local cessation of hostilities and security as a prerequisite for other relief and development operations to take place.
Additional responsibilities of CJTF Z can be summarized as:
Safety of the displaced persons and refugees (mainly Truscan)
Cooperation with other agencies to maintain safety of own troops and of civilians
Return to peace and stability in Zefra
Criteria for Decision Making
Support any activity that is consistent with the mission.
As long as the main mission is not impacted, support local civilian initiatives as appropriate.