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Lesson Index: [ Introduction | Lesson Objective | Overview | Distinctive Capabilities | Air Force Distinctive Capabilities | Air Force Distinctive Capabilities | Air and Space Superiority | Air and Space Superiority | Example: Desert Storm | Example: Bosnia | Precision Engagement | Precision Engagement | Evolution of Precision Engagement | Examples of Precision Engagement | Precision Engagement-Nonlethal Ops | Information Superiority | Information Superiority | Example: Deliberate Force | Global Attack | Global Attack | Rapid Global Mobility | Rapid Global Mobility | Example: Enduring Freedom | Agile Combat Support | Air and Space Power Functions | Summary | Quiz ]

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Question 1: In theaters where only minimal forces are deployed, the key to successful operations depends on the US ability to respond to contingency operations and to aid friendly nations. The distinctive capability that enables air and space forces to promptly deploy in support of Joint operations is called...

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Relevant lesson page: Rapid Global Mobility



Question 2: The Air Force's fundamental service to the nation is its ability to develop, train, sustain, and integrate the elements of air and space power to execute its distinctive capabilities across the spectrum of peace and war. Therefore, distinctive capabilities enhance the conduct of air and space power operations because they...

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Relevant lesson page: Distinctive Capabilities



Question 3: The distinctive capability that allows commanders to improve the responsiveness, deployability, and sustainability of US forces, as well as enable a shift from massive deployed forward forces tailored for rapid mobilization is called…

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Relevant lesson page: Agile Combat Support


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