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These squadrons represented a decisive evolution in AFRC intelligence support by providing a ready and trained augmentation force capable of processing, analyzing and fusing full-motion video derived from Air Force ISR platforms with other all-source intelligence data and then disseminating this critical intelligence to the war fighter in "real time.
Enriquez said the jail only has 117 security staff, 52 of who belong to an augmentation force from the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP) and the PNP.
In addition to the headquarters and supply battery, each rocket battalion will have three augmentation force firing batteries and one reaction force firing battery.
Whereas NATO's strategy for the Cold War called for defense against a theater-wide attack on Europe, its new strategy focused on regional contingencies with a balanced combination of Reaction Forces, Main Defense Forces, and Augmentation Forces.
In the '90s, we became, in essence, a peacetime augmentation force as we were called upon more and more to support a smaller active-duty Air Force.
In fact, nearly every installation activated augmentation forces to meet minimum standards.
In essence, we became a peacetime augmentation force.
The size of the QRF is based on the same factors as the augmentation force.