Expeditionary Airborne Battlespace Command and Control

Dolson, Paul
July 2005
JFQ: Joint Force Quarterly;Summer2005, Issue 38, p68
Focuses on the integral role of expeditionary airborne battleship command and control (ABCCC) in military operations. Historical development of the ABCCC; Issues to be address in ABCCC operations; Importance for the U.S. Air Force to reexamine the concept of forward, decentralized airborne command and control and investigates the possibilities of ABCCC.


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