TACAIR

AcronymDefinition
TACAIRTactical Air
TACAIRTactical Aircraft
TACAIRTactical Air Forces
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TACAIR crewmember--"The inflatable exposure gloves were invaluable.
MAG-11 Executive Officer Lieutenant Colonel Morrison discussed the current integration between the Marine Corps and the Navy, "The TACAIR Integration Plan includes an increase in the amount of Marine fighter attack squadrons participating in carrier air wing deployments.
In addition to TACAIR, the Pentagon has recognized the need to increase its military airlift capability through the purchase of more C-17s.
Renken, "Airpower for Irregular Warfare: Reconciling USAF Theory and TACAIR Design with the Demands of Irregular Warfare and Special Operations" (master's thesis, National Defense Intelligence College, July 2012).
Featured speakers include Raleigh Durham, operational research analyst, Office of TACAIR, OSD/PA&E; Maj Gen Daniel Leaf, USAF, director of Operational Capability Requirements, HQ USAF/XOR; and Maj Gen Ronald Sams, USAF, director, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance, HQ USAF/XOI.
In a resource-constrained environment, commitment to the F-35 must be considered secondary in importance to the joint requirement for TACAIR.
Rather, with the planned procurement of at least 65 EA-18G, the service seems to believe that its TACAIR component is the most at risk and the Growler to be the most critical to bolstering the TACAIR force.
CAPT Krech flew Desert Storm missions from both the Red Sea and Persian Gulf with CVW-l/USS America While assigned to the Naval Doctrine Command, he participated in the DoD directed joint TACAIR Electronic Warfare Study, investigating current capabilities and the future of suppression of enemy air defenses in 1994-95.
Briefings on specific systems and programs include the AAR-54 and AAR-57 passive missile-warning systems; Common Missile Warning System; Naval Research Lab (NRL) on TACAIR Directional IRCM and Shipboard Littoral IRCM; Air Force Aeronautical Systems Center on Large Aircraft IR Countermeasures (LAIRCM); US Army Communications-Electronics Command on AVR-2 airborne laser detector, WR-1 laser warning receiver and the Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures system; and a SOCOM briefing on SOF DIRCM.
Briefings on speci fic systems and programs include the following: the AAR-54 & AAR-57 passive missile-warning systems; Common Missile Warning System (CMWS); Navy TACAIR Directional IRCM; Large Aircraft IR Countermeasures (LAIRCM) Shipboard IRCM, AVR-2 airborne laser detector WR-1 laser warning receiver and the Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRCM) system.
S pecific systems and programs to be briefed include the AN/AAR-54 and AN/AAR-57 passive missile-warning systems, the Common Missile Warning System (CMWS), Navy TACAIR Directional IRCM, Large Aircraft IR Countermeasures (LAIRCM), Shipboard IRCM, the AVR-2 airborne laser detector, the VVR-1 laser warning receiver and the Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRCM) system.
Communication is an issue for you single-seat TACAIR guys, too.