CFACC

(redirected from Combined Forces Air Component Commander)
AcronymDefinition
CFACCCombined Forces Air Component Commander (US DoD)
CFACCCombined Force Air Component Commander
CFACCCombined Forces Air Component Command
CFACCCoalition Forces Air Component Commander
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Operationally, the CCMD and the combined forces air component commander conduct airborne ISR assessment under the authority of the joint forces commander (JFC).
Central Command Combined Forces Air Component commander and Air Forces Central commander, ended a visit to Lebanon during which he discussed the needs of the Lebanese Army with military officials, a U.
Lt Gen John Hesterman III, US Central Command Combined Forces Air Component Commander claimed that it has also helped ground forces regain territory, remove more than 1,000 enemy fighters a month from the battlefield and eliminate the majority of the oil-refining capability of Daesh, known in the West as ISIL.
While under the operational control of the Combined Forces Air Component Commander (CFACC), the ASOC was embedded on the CJTF staff and provided vital air expertise to influence operations planning.
Director of mobility forces, director of space forces, place these directors in the CAOC (Combined Air Operations Centers) working for the combined forces air component commander making them much more responsive to a theater's needs.
For example, in the air defense mission, the RIPRnet allows the Combined Forces Air Component commander to communicate by radio directly with aircraft flying over Iraq, Touhill says.
Commander, Combined Task Forces (CCTF) has four component commanders: Combined Forces Maritime Component Commander (CFMCC), Combined Forces Air Component Commander (CFACC), Combined Forces Land Component Commander (CFLCC), and Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force (CJSOTF).
Michael "Buzz" Moseley, former combined forces air component commander during Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom and former U.
MDT demonstrated the interoperability, interdependence and connectivity between the Combined Forces Air Component Commander, the Combined Forces Commander, the Joint Task Force Commander and Second Fleet using the same software suite that the air component uses at Nellis Air Force Base, called the CAOC Common Client.
It gives the Combined Forces Air Component Commander a logistics command center that's the equivalent of an Air Operation Center.
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