Marine Air Command And Control System Definition - MilitaryDictionary.org
Marine air command and control system
1.) A system that provides the aviation combat element commander with the means to command, coordinate, and control all air operations within an assigned sector and to coordinate air operations with other Services. It is composed of command and control agencies with communications-electronics equipment that incorporates a capability from manual through semiautomatic control.
- see also tactical air operations center
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Term Classification: operations
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