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Title: Tactical Level Doctrine

Action: The cover of one of the Tactics, Techniques and Procedures Three-level Series manuals is shown screen right. Text bullets are shown in support of the narration on screen left.

Voice: Tactical level doctrine is contained in the Air Force’s Tactics, Techniques and Procedures Three-level Series. These documents evolved from the old Multi-Command Manual 3-1 and 3-3 series and deal with specific weapons systems. Tactical doctrine considers tactical objectives and operational conditions and describes how weapons systems should be employed or operated to accomplish those tactical objectives.

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