With the Australian Defence Force (ADF) struggling to keep up with the pace of the war in Afghanistan, the country’s new $11 billion super-secretive “warfighter command” is poised to take command of the nation’s armed forces.

The ADF’s super-elite command, the Joint Force Command, or JFC, is to be renamed the Joint Task Force.

The move is likely to anger the civilian Defence Force’s civilian leadership, who are demanding more transparency and accountability from the ADF.

The Joint Task Forces, or Joint Force 1, is an Australian Army command with more than 50,000 soldiers and more than 2,000 military contractors.

Its mission is to ensure the safety of its forces and its allies in Afghanistan and Iraq.

The Australian Defence Forces (ADFs) are facing a major challenge in Afghanistan.

The Defence Department says it has already spent $7.4 billion to fund the US military in Afghanistan since 2001.

The US has spent nearly $100 billion in the region, and has been conducting more than 9,500 airstrikes in the last two years alone.

While the Australian Government has pledged to spend less in Afghanistan than the US, the US is still spending more in Afghanistan per person than Australia.

With that money being spent, many people are questioning why Australia is still involved in Afghanistan at all.

The question has led to a lot of speculation.

For many people, the question is not whether Australia is actually in Afghanistan or not, but whether or not the military is actually fighting in Afghanistan – or if it is just there for the purpose of supporting a local government, as it has been in the past.

One of the questions that is coming up with some of the Australian public is whether or when the ADFs might start to become a part of the local government.

This is a sensitive issue that will undoubtedly draw more scrutiny from the public.

What will the new commander of the ADEs say?

A lot will depend on what the ADIs role will be.

While it is likely that the ADCs role will not be as high as the role of the US Military, some analysts suggest that this could change.

Senior Defence Industry sources say that if the new ADFs role is to provide support to local governments in Afghanistan with a military role, then the ADMs role could change too.

“The ADs role will likely be more like a civilian liaison officer in terms of advising and assisting local governments,” one senior Defence Industry source said.

“There are certainly some concerns that the new Commander of the Defence Force might be more concerned about providing the ADs support for local government than the AD’s direct involvement.”

There are also a number of questions about how the ADAs mission would work in terms on what it is actually doing in Afghanistan as opposed to just doing its job.

Some argue that the mission of the new command will be to support local government in Afghanistan by providing assistance in their areas, including through education, healthcare and economic development.

Some believe that the current ADs mission is more focused on assisting with economic development in Afghanistan rather than helping local government run their own affairs.

However, there are also many who believe that this mission could be expanded.

In a recent op-ed published in the Australian Financial Review, former Defence Minister Stephen Smith said that “the ADF is the answer to Afghanistan’s long-term problems, not to the Taliban, not the Taliban’s future problems.”

“In the long term, Afghanistan’s future is going to be much better off with a better Afghan army, an effective national security council and a better government,” he wrote.

“Australia’s current defence capability, and the AD Fairs role, will help build a better Afghanistan and a more prosperous Afghanistan.”

There have been a number concerns about what the new commanders mission will be, including what is his role in the local and regional leadership of the country, and how the new JFC will work with the local communities.

What about the ADM role?

The ADM is a civilian military leader who has direct control over the AD forces.

He is also responsible for ensuring that the military remains effective in the field, and that there is a credible national security strategy that is implemented.

In many ways, the ADB and ADM roles will be the same.

The role of a commander will be similar to that of a military commander.

However the ADMC is more closely aligned with the Defence Department and has the same mandate.

He has also been criticised by some members of the public, including the Australian National Party (ANP), for not fully implementing the Defence Government’s strategic plan, which was released in September.

The plan, released by the Defence Minister, also states that the Defence Forces “will need to focus on the core mission of providing a safe and secure environment for the people of Afghanistan and to enable the people to live with dignity”.

In response to these criticisms, the Defence Industry said that the role as commander is “not a military position