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Airspace Control in the Combat Zone (rev. ed.)
Bentley B. Rayburn (fr)
Military operations (MO) in the 21st cent. are highly complex and require close coordination to be effective and safe. Airmen are delegated control of the most fluid portion of the battlespace: the airspace, where aircraft and missiles fly. Recent conflicts have demonstrated the need for airspace control in varying levels of conflict, from major combat operations to stability operations. They share the airspace during MO with civil users, non-govít. organizations, coalition mil. forces, and host nation users. Airmen must ensure the safety of all users, even if MO are ongoing while civil aviation continues. The doctrine outlined here allows combat effectiveness, while promoting safe, efficient, and flexible use of airspace with a minimum of restraint placed upon airspace users.
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