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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 ]
Action: Show a collage of airpower assets and Mitchell, along with an image of Gen Jumper. Also, show the following text as it is mentioned in the narration:
Voice: This lesson covered the operational level employment of air and space power by first presenting fundamental command and organizational concepts. Concentrating on the presentation of USAF forces in a theater of operations, the lesson outlined how the air and space expeditionary task force or AETF serves as the organizational construct for USAF forces in the field. The lesson presented how the COMAFFOR serves as the single point of contact for air and space capabilities. The second major area covered in the lesson was the concept of the Joint Force Air Component Commander or JFACC. The lesson traced the historical roots of the JFACC concept and then examined the JFACC in today’s joint doctrine. The lesson finished looking at the various perspectives on issues surrounding the JFACC.
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