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Not only existing in the MOS arena for large volume airspace controllers, but also in the doctrinal arena regarding the clash between mission command and airspace command and control.
In 2006, the Army began fielding an organic airspace command and control (AC2) capability comprised of over 1,600 trained operators with dedicated AC2 cells at corps, division, and brigade levels, all linked through the tactical airspace integration system.
11) It is also where the senior FSC directs and monitors fires and the senior Army airspace command and control ([A.
The Air Force integrated its ASOC and TACP personnel with Army Fires, airspace command and control (AC2), aviation, and Air and Missile Defense (AMD) personnel at the division level in the '08 and '09 EWF experiments, as well as the 2010 AFCIE and the 2011 JFEWE.
It allowed the Div Arty's Joint Fires Cell to command and control real-world sensors, artillery, Army aviation and air sorties in designated target boxes and simultaneously address Army airspace command and control procedures.
In the airspace management arena JAGIC enables the division to rapidly coordinate, deconflict and integrate airspace with other theater airspace command and control elements.
The Lizard Team, which replicates the 52d Infantry Division, also has formed an Army airspace command and control ([A.
The air defense and airspace management cell helps the brigade combat team staff with airspace command and control by receiving airspace coordination measure requests from subordinate units and forwarding them through proper channels for inclusion in the airspace control order.