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What dos the doctrine guide us in?

Actions to support national objectives, successful military objectives, common terminology

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A doctrine should be used with

Judgement

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A good doctrine will...

Inform, allow departure points and is flexible

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Doctrine is about war fighting not

Physics

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Doctrine is about organization not

Organizations

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Doctrine is about synergy

Not segregation

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Doctrine is about integration

Not synchronization

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Doctrine is about what's important not

Who's important

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Doctrine is about right force not

Equal shares of force

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What is the AFDD 1

Airmans basic doctrine, describes how to use military action, how forces are trained, equipped, organized

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What is AFDD X-0

Operational Doctrine - guides in employment of forces and gives focus for developing mission

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What is the tactical doctrine?

How to accomplished detailed objectives

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How is the tactical objective coded

TTP- tactical technique procedure

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Airpower is inherently a ____ force

Strategic

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Airpower is ____ culturally intrusive

Less

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Airpower is the most ____ military power

Versatile

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Weapons should be based off of

Their ability to influence adversary's capability and will

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One of the most important characteristic of airpower:

Quickly move around the world and begin operations

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Principles of war

Aspects of war that are universally true and relevant

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What do the tennetns of airpower compliment

Principles of war

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What do the tenets of airpower do

Provide specific info on employment of air, space capabilities

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Oldest tenet of airpower

Centralized control and decentralized execution

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What is the AF doctrine?

Official beliefs, principles and terminology that guide proper use of air, space and cyberspace power in military operations

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What is decentralized execution

Delegation of authority designed Lower level commanders and other tactical level decisions makers to achieve effective control

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What does flexibility allow?

Exploit mass and maneuver simultaneously

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What is versatility

Employ airpower effectively at the strategic level

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What is the function of the services?

train, organize, equip military services to perform a role.

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What is the role of a service?

Broad and enduring purpose for which the services were established by law.

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What is the Air Force's role?

Prompt and sustained offensive and defensive air operations. National Security Act 1947

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Who assigns the mission?

SECDEF or President to the CCDR

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Airspace control?

promotion safe/flexible use of airspace

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cyberspace Force Application?

Incorporate computer network attack, exploitation and defense to protect networks

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Command and Control? C2

Exercise of authority and direction by a properly designed commander over assigned attached forces

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What is strategic level C2

National security Objectives

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Operational Level c2

War, campaigns and major operations are planned

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Tactical Level C2

Battles are engaged

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collection?

The acquisitions of information and the provision of this information

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processing and Exploitation

Conversion of all collected information into suitable forms of intel

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Analysis and Production

Interpretation of all source data and the preparation of intelligence products in support of known user requirements

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dissemination and integration

Delivery of intel and application of intel to missions

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Global Precision Attack

Strike rapidly and persistently with a wide range of munitions

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Air Interdiction

ops conducted to destroy enemy's potential before it can be used against friendly forces

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Close Air Support

Fixed/rotary winged aircraft against hostile targets

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Agile Combat Support

to sustain and protect Air Force Special Operations Command

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Battlefield Air Operations

Unique set of combat proven capabilities

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Intel, surveillance and reconnaissance

Synchronization of platforms with planning and direction of data that provide actionable intel, weather, environmental awareness

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Command and control

Exercise of authority and direction by a properly designed commander