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Action: Begin with text 3, a quote by Billy Mitchell, near screen bottom and header and first bullet point of text 1 to screen left.
Neither armies nor navies can exist unless the air is controlled over them.
Voice: The principle of security focuses upon the areas of force protection and risk management.
Action: Show second bullet point of text 1.
Voice: Keeping our forces secure, increases their combat power and preserves freedom of action.
Action: Add header and first two bullet points of text 2.
Voice: The range and speed of air and space assets uniquely enhance their ability to strike from beyond the enemy’s reach.
Action: Show third bullet point of text 2.
Voice: Not only can they strike from an extended range, air and space assets can also distribute data and provide command and control across a worldwide span to reduce their vulnerability.
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