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Title: Differing Perspectives of JFACC

Action: Present images that show how each service's perspective of the JFACC is different. Also, present the follwing text to highlight points in the narration:

  • JFACC integration of assets
  • Interdiction and deep operations
  • Theater air and missile defense
  • Voice: Current development efforts in joint doctrine address numerous aspects of military organization for warfighting. Each of the services still has its own views for the best way to employ air and space power--views that are primarily based upon individual service perspectives regarding the application of air and space power. Joint doctrine gives joint force commanders a wide degree of latitude on how to implement the JFACC concept. It’s important to understand how their service perspective may influence this. The next few screens explore several contentious joint issues and provide insights surrounding the different perspectives.

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