JAPCCJoint Air Power Competence Centre (NATO)
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19) NATO should ensure that the JAPCC becomes a dynamic and vibrant environment for mastering air and space history, theory, strategy, and doctrine; a milieu for cultivating broader knowledge of and insight into air and space; and a setting in which such experts have the opportunity to communicate their narrative to politicians, the media, and fellow officers, and to interact for mutual benefit with experts from all sectors of governance.
Further, the JAPCC identifies the relevant measures of merit for the effect as reliably delivering the right amount at the right time in the right place.
Dave Ehredt, "Command and Control--Exploring Alternatives: The Realities of Two C2 Models for Air Power Proponents," Journal of the JAPCC [Joint Air Power Competence Centre], no.