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AVM Chimechefulam Onyemaobi, officially the Chief of Standards and Evaluation at the NAF Headquarters, transfers to Makurdi as the Air Officer Commanding Tactical Air Command.
The Tactical Air Command Center provides airspace management, the Direct Air Support Center controls air assault and other airborne operations and the Tactical Air Operations Center performs air surveillance and controls air-to-air fighter and air defense.
His other tactical air commands included the XIX Tactical Air Command of Gen Otto "Opie" Weyland, who famously supported Gen George Patton's charge across central France.
He served in the Air National Guard, as a member of the 101st Tactical Air Command, where he attained the rank of Senior Master Sergeant.
ALFA reported to the Joint Action Steering Committee (JASC) made up of the commanding generals from the Army's Training and Doctrine Command and the Air Force's Tactical Air Command.
Remington Arms was recently awarded a $728,000 Tactical Air Command contract for 1,146 Modular Combat Shotguns.
For example, if the USAF tactical air command system (TACS)/USA Army air-ground system (AAGS) is being used, ensure that US Navy tactical air control system (NTACS)/USMC Marine air command and control system (MACCS) terminology is not used in the SPINS or in the area of responsibility (AOR).
CAC2S will provide a common set of hardware and software that will replace the Marine Corps' current Tactical Air Command Center, Tactical Air Operations Center, Direct Air Support Center, Low Altitude Air Defense Battalion, and Marine Air Traffic Control System functions.