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Air Force Doctrine Document 2–1 Secretary of the Air Force 22 January 2000

By Ryan, Michael E.

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Title: Air Force Doctrine Document 2–1 Secretary of the Air Force 22 January 2000  
Author: Ryan, Michael E.
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Language: English
Subject: Military, Armed Forces., National defense.
Collections: Military and Armed Forces Library Collection
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Publisher: Department of Defense

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Ryan, M. E. (n.d.). Air Force Doctrine Document 2–1 Secretary of the Air Force 22 January 2000. Retrieved from http://community.schoollibrary.com/


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Introduction: PURPOSE This Air Force Doctrine Document (AFDD) implements Air Force Policy Directive (AFPD) 10-13, Air and Space Doctrine. AFDD 2-1 Air Warfare establishes operational doctrine for air warfare. It provides initial guidance for conducting air operations as part of aerospace warfare. Specifically, this document contains beliefs and principles that guide the organization, command and control, employment, and support of air forces conducting wartime operations. It examines relationships among objectives, forces, environments, and actions that enhance the ability of air operations to contribute to achieving assigned objectives. It focuses on the sequencing of events and the application of forces and resources to ensure aerospace power makes useful contributions to military and national objectives. It examines the importance of command relationships, intelligence, space, logistics, and other factors to the planning and conduct of air warfare.

Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS iv Phasing ......................................................................................... 41 Measures of Success ..................................................................... 43 JAOP Planning Factors ................................................................. 44 Tools for Joint Air Operations Planning ........................................... 46 Strategic Appreciation .................................................................. 46 Air Estimate of the Situation ........................................................ 46 JAOP Format ................................................................................ 47 CHAPTER THREE—Executing Air Warfare ................................... 49 Apportionment ................................................................................. 50 Target Development ......................................................................... 51 Allocation and Weaponeering........................................................... 51 Master Air Attack Plan ................................................................. 51 Weaponeering ............................................................................... 53 Air Tasking Order (ATO) Development ............................................ 54 Theater Air Control System.............................................................. 54 Joint Air Operations Center (JAOC) ............................................ 55 Other Centers and Liaison Elements ........................................... 56 Ground Elements ......................................................................... 57 Airborne Elements ....................................................................... 59 CHAPTER FOUR—Training and Education for Air Warfare ....... 63 Training Factors ................................................................................ 63 Battle Management Training ............................................................ 63 Aircrew Training ............................................................................... 64 Exercises and Wargaming ................................................................. 65 Education .......................................................................................... 67 Professional Continuing Education (PCE) ................................... 67 Professional Military Education (PME) ........................................ 68 Graduate Education ...................................................................... 68 Suggested Readings ............................................................................ 71 APPENDICES....................................................................................... 73 A. The Strategic Appreciation ......................................................... 73 B. The Air Estimate of the Situation ................................................ 77 C. Sample Joint Air Operations Plan Format .................................. 83 D. Sample Joint Integrated Prioritized Target List (JIPTL) ............. 87 E. Sample Master Air Attack Plan ................................................... 89 F. Sample Air Tasking Order ........................................................... 91 G. Additional Planning Tools ........................................................... 93 Glossary

 
 



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