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(34.) Air Force Doctrine Document (AFDD) 2, Operations and Organization (3 April 2007), 2-3, www.
(7) Air Force Doctrine Document 3-0, Operations and Planning (Washington, DC: Headquarters Department of the Air Force, November 9, 2012), 111-117.
The force development concept of operations for civilians takes the principles in Air Force Doctrine Document 1-1 and outlines a cohesive plan for developing civilians as an integral part of the total force.
(7.) Air Force Doctrine Document 2-3, Irregular Warfare (Washington, DC: Headquarters Department of the Air Force, August 1, 2007), 27, available at <>.
Abbreviations AFDD Air Force doctrine document ASC air support control ATO air tasking order AWCS Airborne Warning and Control System CAOC combined air and space operations center CC&DE centralized control and decentralized execution FM field manual JFACC joint force air component commander JP joint publication NATAF Northwest African Tactical Air Force Notes
Air Force Doctrine Document 2-1.3, Counterland Doctrine, states that the "benefits of CAS must be weighed against the other, potentially more effective, uses for CAS-capable assets such as air interdiction (AI) or even strategic attack." (26) This approach inhibits effectiveness because units spend less time on training for CAS.
Air Force Doctrine Document (AFDD) 2-6.1 describes the DM4 as follows: To further assist in the employment of airlift forces, the JFC through the air component commander may establish a DIRMOBFOR to function as the coordinating authority for air mobility with all commands and agencies, both internal and external to the JTF.
(11) Although Air Force Doctrine Document (AFDD) 2-0, Global Integrated Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Operations, released in 2012, and the Theater ISR CONOPS, released in 2008, are both helpful documents that address the concepts of planning, organizing, and employing ISR, they offer little to the tactical driver of assigned collection assets.
Air Force Doctrine Document 2 (AFDD 2), Operations and Organization, offers the joint community a pragmatic set of principles for EBO, well founded in the theory of war and tested in combat, that could greatly assist in reforming USJFCOM's excesses in misapplying EBO.
For example, Air Force Doctrine Document (AFDD) 2, Organization and Employment of Aerospace Force, states, "The Air Force component in a joint force will organize as an aerospace expeditionary task force (ASETF)." The document also specifies that the ASETF is a scalable and tailorable organization.
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.
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