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AFDDAir Force Doctrine Document
AFDDAgrupación de Familiares de Detenidos Desaparecidos (Association of Relatives of the Disappeared)
AFDDAssociation Française des Docteurs en Droit
AFDDAero-Flight Dynamics Directorate (US Army/NASA)
AFDDAudit Findings and Differences Database (ICAO)
AFDDAcriflavine Direct Detection
AFDDAir Force Data Dictionary
AFDDAngels For David Duchovny (web ring)
AFDDAutomated Fault Detection and Diagnostic
AFDDAzerbaijan Foundation for Development of Democracy
AFDDAmerica's Finest Dentist Directory
AFDDAnaerobic Floating Dome Digester
AFDDAssociation Femmes pour un Développement Durable
AFDDAssociation of Families of the Detained and Disappeared (Chile)
AFDDAlluvial-Fan Deposit, Debris flow dominant (bedrock)
AFDDAccumulated Freezing Degree Day
AFDDAverage Flavor Delivery Duration
AFDDApproved for Detailed Design (UK)
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(32.) AFDD 1-1, Air Force Basic Doctrine, 17 November 2003, 28.
From the July 1943 edition of FM 100-20 to the October 2011 edition of AFDD 1, airpower's immutable characteristics are still best employed with a proper balance of centralized control and decentralized execution.
The paper presents a statistical machine-learning based AFDD approach, which can be seer, as a good combination of model-based methods and data-based methods.
Both the AFDD and AFEP applauded the arrests ordered by Judge Montiglio.
AFDD 2-2 notes the most relevant ones as command and control (C2); intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR); navigation and timing; weather services; and support to counterair, counterland, countersea, and special operations.
Before its June 2005 revision, AFDD 2-1.6 stated, "Downed aircrew are the most likely personnel to require a US Air Force CSAR effort during military operations; therefore, Air Force CSAR doctrine focuses on this type of operation." (8) This focus stems from the traditional, linear battlefield with a defined forward edge of the battle area (FEBA) or forward line of own troops (FLOT), where those operating beyond the FEBA or the FLOT were considered at high risk of capture.
All of this implies that "offensive counter cyberspace," a term presented without comment in AFDD 3-12, may prove meaningless or at least radically different from offensive counterair (OCA), after which it is clearly modeled.
To address these shortcomings, the Commonwealth Science & Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) is developing a novel dynamic, machine-learning based technique for AFDD in HVAC systems, having already successfully applied similar techniques to fault detection in gas monitoring sensor networks (Wang et.
In fact, AFDD 2 would submit that forces and resources are the last things the JFACC should consider.
Air Force Doctrine Document (AFDD) 2-6.2, Aerial Refueling, points out the numerous principles of airpower, such as time, distance, and payload, affected by aerial refueling.
At the fall 2001 Air Force Installations and Logistics/Major Command (MAJCOM) Directors of Logistics Conference, our senior logistics leaders reviewed Air Force Doctrine Document (AFDD) 2-4, Combat Support, and decided that a major overhaul was overdue.