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Lesson Index: [ Introduction | Lesson Objective | Overview | Organization of Joint Forces | Air & Space Expeditionary Task Force | AETF Composition | Air & Space Expeditionary Forces | AETF Command Structure | NOBLE ANVIL AETF | COMAFFOR-Key Concepts | Dual Chain of Command | Evolution of JFACC Concept | JFACC Evolution — Mitchell | JFACC Evolution — Kenney | JFACC Evolution — Momyer | JFACC Evolution — Post-Vietnam | Early JFACC Exercises | Impediments to JFACC Concept | JFACC in Desert Storm | JFACC in Joint Doctrine | Selecting a JFACC | JFACC Authority & Responsibility | Supported/Supporting Commander | Purpose of JFACC | JFACC Command Relationships | JFACC Operations | JFACC Basing Options | Differing Perspectives of JFACC | Integration of Assets | Interdiction and Deep Operations | Theater Air & Missile Defense | Summary | Quiz ]
Title: Lesson Objective
Action: Show the lesson objective as stated below:
Voice: The objective of this lesson is for you to comprehend the roles of the Commander of Air Force Forces or COMAFFOR and the JFACC in the operational employment of air and space power.
Action: Show the samples of behavior as each is mentioned in the narration below:
Voice: To do this you should be able to explain the fundamental command and organizational concepts associated with air and space expeditionary forces. Next, you should be able to describe the COMAFFOR’s role in joint operations. You’ll be able to summarize the historical development of the JFACC concept and describe the JFACC’s role in joint operations. Finally, you should be able to summarize the Air Force’s position on joint doctrine issues concerning the JFACC.
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