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Fundamental Analysis for Today's Investments" on Tactical Air Defense Services, Inc.
Contract award: Provision of Contractor Logistic Support for the Tactical Air Control Centre (TACC).
If an Army unit seeks to integrate CAS into a non-linear mission, that unit must first understand joint doctrine vis-a-vis joint Fires and CAS in a linear mission before the aligned tactical air control party can successfully provide effective advice and assistance in accordance with the ground commander's intentions and objectives.
THE United States will make tactical air strikes in Cambodia to support the South Vietnamese bid to drive off the Vietcong, the Pentagon announced today.
For the soldier--or tactical air control party member--on the ground, as well as for platform managers dealing with space constraints, there are obvious benefits to no longer needing multiple radios.
The Air Force theater air control system/Army air-ground system (TACS/AAGS) is the combined command and control system that provides the interface between Army and Air Force tactical air support agencies in planning, coordinating and controlling air support operations.
Out of a dozen engagements, he says, "We never had a qualified joint tactical air controller on the ground; we never had JDAM-quality coordinates from the ground" The joint direct attack munition is a satellite-guided bomb that requires precise geo-coordinates to make it fly to the correct target.
A historic document signed on 14 August 2002 by the Secretary of the Navy, the Commandant of the Marine Corps, and the Chief of Naval Operations began the process of tactical air (TacAir) integration.