The NTIS website and supporting ordering systems are undergoing a major upgrade from 8PM on September 25th through approximately October 6. During that time, much of the functionality, including subscription and product ordering, shipping, etc., will not be available. You may call NTIS at 1-800-553-6847 or (703) 605-6000 to place an order but you should expect delayed shipment. Please do NOT include credit card numbers in any email you might send NTIS.
Documents in the NTIS Technical Reports collection are the results of federally funded research. They are directly submitted to or collected by NTIS from Federal agencies for permanent accessibility to industry, academia and the public.  Before purchasing from NTIS, you may want to check for free access from (1) the issuing organization's website; (2) the U.S. Government Printing Office's Federal Digital System website http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys; (3) the federal government Internet portal USA.gov; or (4) a web search conducted using a commercial search engine such as http://www.google.com.
Accession Number ADA564005
Title Who's on First. Command and Control in AirSea Battle.
Publication Date May 2012
Media Count 29p
Personal Author P. Shoemaker
Abstract The AirSea Battle concept is gaining traction and momentum both within the hallowed halls of the Pentagon and across the United States Air Force and Navy. As high-level decision makers armed with advancing technology and new tactics, techniques, and procedures grapple with budgetary constraints, the Departments of the Navy and Air Force must integrate to guarantee freedom of movement for military forces and also for the maritime trade servicing the world's economy. This paper will explore how AirSea Battle is an adaptive application of naval and air forces designed to counter Anti-Access/Area-Denial environments. Specifically, the Command and Control of this joint concept should incorporate the Composite Warfare Commander structure currently used by the United States Navy. By applying the Composite Warfare Commander concept to the Joint Task Force command structure, we will better accomplish the objectives of AirSea Battle.
Keywords Access
Air force
Air power
Air superiority
Airsea battle
Anti-access/area-denial environments
Area denial
Artificial satellites
Carrier strike groups
China
Command and control systems
Composite warfare commander concept
Department of defense
Deterrence
Feba(Forward edge of the battle)
Forward presence
Global integrated isr
Global precision attack
Integration
Iran
Jfacc(Joint force air component commander)
Jfmcc(Joint force maritime component commander)
Joint military activities
Joint task force command structure
Military capabilities
Military commanders
Navy
North korea
Oceans
Organizational structure
Power projection
Sea control
Seapower
Space superiority
Task forces
Threats


 
Source Agency Non Paid ADAS
NTIS Subject Category 74G - Military Operations, Strategy, & Tactics
45C - Common Carrier & Satellite
Corporate Author Naval War Coll., Newport, RI. Joint Military Operations Dept.
Document Type Technical report
Title Note Research paper.
NTIS Issue Number 1302
Contract Number N/A

Science and Technology Highlights

See a sampling of the latest scientific, technical and engineering information from NTIS in the NTIS Technical Reports Newsletter

Acrobat Reader Mobile    Acrobat Reader