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Joint Publication 3-29 Foreign Humanitarian Assistance (Jan 2014)

Joint Publication 3-29 Foreign Humanitarian Assistance (Jan 2014)

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Foreign humanitarian assistance (FHA) activities conducted by US Armed Forces range from steady state program activities supporting geographic combatant commanders (GCC) security cooperation
and related programs to conducting limited
contingency operations in support of another United States Government (USG) department or agency. FHA activities include foreign disaster relief (FDR) and other activities that directly address a humanitarian need. FHA operations can be supported by other
activities conducted by US military forces or they may be conducted concurrently with other types of related operations and activities such as dislocated civilian support, security operations, and foreign consequence management. FHA operations (including FDR operations) are normally conducted in support of the United States Agency for International Development
(USAID) or the Department of State (DOS).
Foreign humanitarian assistance (FHA) activities conducted by US Armed Forces range from steady state program activities supporting geographic combatant commanders (GCC) security cooperation
and related programs to conducting limited
contingency operations in support of another United States Government (USG) department or agency. FHA activities include foreign disaster relief (FDR) and other activities that directly address a humanitarian need. FHA operations can be supported by other
activities conducted by US military forces or they may be conducted concurrently with other types of related operations and activities such as dislocated civilian support, security operations, and foreign consequence management. FHA operations (including FDR operations) are normally conducted in support of the United States Agency for International Development
(USAID) or the Department of State (DOS).

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