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Title: JFACC Operations

Action: Show a background collage with images of flexibility and mission support elements, also present the text as it is mentioned in the narration:

  • Joint air operations are designed to exploit the flexibility of air and space power
  • Large-scale operations, benefit from land-based commander
  • Voice: Procedures for joint air operations are designed to exploit the flexibility of air and space power in order to achieve joint force objectives, while providing support to component operations. In large-scale, joint air operations, the assignment of a JFACC ashore is normally desirable because of the enhanced logistics, communications, and facility capacity afforded by land-based operations.

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