By Paul A. Jackson
Britain's defense force at the present time four: Royal Air strength Germany КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Название: Britain's military this day four: Royal Air strength GermanyАвтор: Paul A. JacksonИздательство: Ian Allan LtdISBN: 0711015791Год: 1986Страниц: 52Формат: PDF в RARРазмер: 73.17МБЯзык: английскийRAF Germany: heritage and background, functionality, organization, weaponry, operations.Скачать: DepositfilesUploading zero
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It typically requires access to various networks to conduct its operations, to include SIPRNET, NIPRNET, and pertinent LANs and WANs. Command and Control Maintenance MAGTF CE Staff Cognizance The squadron is capable of conducting 1st echelon maintenance on all assigned equipment, and capable of performing organizational maintenance on assigned aircraft and support equipment. Maintenance beyond these capabilities is provided by other elements of the ACE and CSSE. For intelligence and reconnaissance missions the commander will exercise C2 over ground reconnaissance via the unit’s intelligence officer.
4 A NIMA Customer Support Response Team (CSRT) may be integrated into a NIST or may be deployed in direct support of a military force. The CSRT will typically contain a deployable imagery/geospatial server known as the Quick Response System (QRS). The QRS is self-contained and generally requires only satellite communications (SATCOM) channel access support from the JTF or other supported unit. The JTF J-2 coordinates SATCOM channel and communications security (COMSEC) support through the JTF J-6.