A Command Economy is one in which all decisions are made by an individual or a small group. In the United States there are numerous ways that you could look at our economic system and see elites in control of aspects of production. While you could see the limited input that goes into designing automobiles or programing media output as a Command Economic system there is still enough competition and profit motive to characterize it as a Market Economic System. In the area of Military Production critics regularly argue that there is a high level of Elite control and protection from profit mechanisms (eg $50+ Hammers). On the other hand you have the example of the B-1 Bomber project which the Elites in the military and political realms pushed for but which failed due to popular opposition. Europeans often observe the high level of public expenditure that is found within the United States. They mistakenly believe that an elite controlled government controls various economic outcomes. It would be more accurate to view it from the other end. Market forces create demands upon elected officials who must respond to them in order to maintain their political power.
United States Northern Command was created in 2002.
United States Fleet Forces Command was created in 2006.
United States Joint Forces Command ended in 2011.
United States Joint Forces Command was created in 1999.
united states central command
United States Naval Forces Central Command was created in 1983.
United States Air Forces Southern Command was created in 1942.
The motto of United States Army Criminal Investigation Command is 'Do what has to be done'.
United States Army Criminal Investigation Command was created in 1971.
United States Central Command
The President of the United States is known as the Commander-in-chief and has the power to command the armed forces of the United States.
The motto of United States Navy Recruiting Command is '"America's Navy - A global force for good"'.
In the United States examples of public corporations are Amtrak and the United States Postal Service.
The motto of United States Transportation Command is 'To synchronize and deliver unrivaled, full-spectrum, deployment and distribution solutions.'.
United States Space Command was created in 1985.
United States Space Command ended in 2002.
United States Strategic Command was created in 1992.
United States Atlantic Command was created in 1947.
United States Atlantic Command ended in 1993.
United States Central Command was created in 1983.
United States Cyber Command was created in 2009.
United States European Command was created in 1952.
United States Africa Command was created in 2007.
United States Southern Command was created in 1963.