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Title: Lesson Objective
Action: Present the lesson objective and then display the samples of behavior as they are mentioned:Lesson Objective
Voice: This lesson will explore the air and space power employment perspectives of the Army, Navy, and Marine Corps. In achieving this objective, you’ll be able to describe the role of air and space power in Army operations. You’ll be able to summarize the Navy’s employment of air and space power in maritime operations. Finally, you’ll be able to explain how the Marines employ air and space power in a Marine Air Ground Task Force, or MAGTAF.
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