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Supporting Expeditionary Aerospace Forces

An Operational Architecture for Combat Support Execution Planning and Control

Supporting Expeditionary Aerospace Forces by James Leftwich
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Defines and analyzes the current command and control architecture for combat support, identifies changes needed in the architecture to meet Aerospace Expeditionary Force goals and correct deficiencies, and sets forth detailed concepts for a future architecture. To define the elements of a combat support system to help achieve U.S. Air Force Aerospace Expeditionary Force goals, this report analyzes the current command and control (C2) architecture for combat support. Based on this analysis as well as interviews with Air Force personnel, lessons from the Air War Over Serbia, and doctrinal changes and evolving practices, the authors provide a series of structural concepts to improve execution of C2 and remedy identified shortfalls in the current system. [JH]
RAND Corporation; Read online
Title: Supporting Expeditionary Aerospace Forces
Author: James Leftwich; Robert Tripp; Amanda Geller; Patrick Mills; Tom LaTourette
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