Definition of Universal Joint Task List

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Universal Joint Task List

'Universal Joint Task List' is an military term meaning '(DOD) A menu of capabilities (mission-derived tasks with associated conditions and standards, i.e., the tools) that may be selected by a joint force commander to accomplish the assigned mission. Once identified as essential to mission accomplishment, the tasks are reflected within the command joint mission essential task list. Also called UJTL'.

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