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AFDCAid to Families with Dependent Children
AFDCAlternative Fuels Data Center
AFDCAtlanta Flying Disc Club (Atlanta, GA)
AFDCAutopilot Flight Director Computer (avionics)
AFDCAir Force Doctrine Center
AFDCAllowance for Funds During Construction
AFDCAsia-Pacific Finance and Development Center
AFDCAssociation des Familles de Disparus de Constantine (French: Association of Families of the Disappeared in Constantine; Constantine, Algeria)
AFDCAxial Flux Difference
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(29.) Air Force Doctrine Center, Maxwell AFB, Alabama.
Headquarters Air Force Doctrine Center. "Doctrine Watch #9." Subject: Fire Support Coordination Line, 20 April 2000.
(19.) Air Force Doctrine center Handout (AFDCH) 1001, Air and Space Commander's Handbook for the JFACC, 27 June 2005, 67.
(32.) Croslen's interview with Lt Col John Stafford, USAF, Headquarters Air Force Doctrine Center, Maxwell AFB Alabama, 26 Nov 03.
Robert Christensen of the Air Force Doctrine Center pointed out to me that because the core-values booklet was an unofficial publication (not a numbered doctrine document, instruction, or pamphlet), it did not need to be superseded (in fact, in a sense, could not be superseded).
The Air Force Doctrine Center, therefore, issued AFDD 2-9.1 to address weather operations in the context of service doctrine.
Bob Poyner from the Air Force Doctrine Center, Maxwell AFB, AL, 4 February 2005.
The Air Force Doctrine Center is directly responsible to the Air Force chief of staff for developing and publishing Air Force basic and operational doctrine, as well as joint and multinational doctrine.
Rayburn, commander, Headquarters Air Force Doctrine Center, in the foreword to Air Force Doctrine Document (AFDD) 2-1.6, Personnel Recovery Operations, 1 June 2005.
The Air Force Doctrine Center is directly responsible to the Air Force chief of staff for development and promulgation of Air Force basic and operational doctrine, as well as joint and multinational doctrine.
* The author is a doctrine development specialist at Headquarters Air Force Doctrine Center, Maxwell AFB, Alabama.
Air Force doctrine for information operations (see the NOTAM on info ops elsewhere in this issue) and PSYOP is evolving, a fact reflected in the Air Force Doctrine Center's realigning and renumbering of some publications.
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