|Statement||Linda E. Torrens|
|Contributions||Air University (U.S.). Press|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 47 p.|
|Number of Pages||47|
Future of NATO's tactical air doctrine. Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala.: Air University Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: Thesis/dissertation, Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Linda E Torrens. The future of NATO’s tacticalair doctrine will beaffectedby NATO’snewrole in Europe,by the results of NATO’sdecision to conductout–of– areaoperations,by the immediate participation of Author: Linda Torrens. Get this from a library! The development of NATO tactical air doctrine, [David J Stein; Rand Corporation.; United States. Air Force.] -- This report analyzes the key doctrinal and operational interests of allied services in NATO. It addresses the major issues in the development of NATO tactical air doctrines from to and. A U.S. Air Force regional air doctrine consistent with NATO Tactical Air Doctrine (Allied Tactical Publication No. 33) could conceivably be the most useful response to the problems of reconciling Air Force and NATO doctrinal imperatives. This report is part of the RAND Corporation report series.
The Note reviews the air power interests of Great Britain and West Germany and their influence on the development of NATO air doctrine. The authors make tentative suggestions for enhancing the U.S. position in negotiations over allied air power issues. This report is part of the RAND Corporation note series. For the ongoing review of Allied Tactical Doctrine for Military Engineering, ATP, this type of balance must be struck throughout the publication, as at the “tactical level” the book is designed primarily for the high tactical level of division. However, as . A compilation of key NATO strategy documents to understand the evolution and future development of NATO's strategic orientation. The collection includes the North Atlantic Treaty (), NATO's previous Strategic Concepts ( and ), the Comprehensive Political Guidance document and the Declaration on Alliance Security. JDN 1/16 5 1 Aviation has been incorrectly used as the collective noun for helicopters and associated activities.5 However, it is not defined as such in Allied Administrative Publication (AAP), NATO Glossary of Terms and Definitions; AJP, Allied Joint Doctrine for Air and Space Operations; or JDP , UK Air and Space on accommodates all aircraft;.
NATO Special Operations Forces (SOF) provide capabilities that complement those of NATO air, maritime and land forces and are relevant across the full range of military operations. These SOF capabilities are also applicable to the Alliance’s core tasks of collective defence, crisis management and cooperative security. The NATO Special Operations Headquarters (NSHQ) is the primary point of. As the home of the only graduate-level program devoted to airpower and as the successor to the Air Corps Tactical School, SAAS boasts students and faculty who are helping build the airpower theories of the future. In explaining how we can employ air and space forces to fulfill national objectives, this book enriches the Air Force and the nation. Headquarters Air Force Doctrine Center terminology, though TADIL J is known as Link 16 by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). The document provides a description of each US tactical data system (TDS) that Joint Tactical Air Operations . The Future of NATOtakes a sober look at what the alliance and its members must do to maintain NATO's relevance in the face of today's strategic environment. The result is an important work that.