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Air Force Doctrine Document 2-5. 1 Secretary of the Air Force 5 November 2002

By Macghee, David F.

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Book Id: WPLBN0000189874
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Reproduction Date: 2005

Title: Air Force Doctrine Document 2-5. 1 Secretary of the Air Force 5 November 2002  
Author: Macghee, David F.
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Language: English
Subject: Military, Armed Forces., National defense.
Collections: Military and Armed Forces Library Collection
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Publisher: Department of Defense

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Macghee, D. F. (n.d.). Air Force Doctrine Document 2-5. 1 Secretary of the Air Force 5 November 2002. Retrieved from http://worldpubliclibrary.org/


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Government Reference Publication

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Introduction: PURPOSE This AFDD establishes operational doctrine for United States Air Force EW operations. It articulates fundamental Air Force principles for the application of combat force and provides commanders operational-level guidance on the employment and integration of Air Force resources to achieve desired objectives. APPLICATION This AFDD applies to all Air Force military and civilian personnel (includes AFRC and ANG units and members) involved in planning or conducting electronic warfare operations. The doctrine in this document is authoritative but not directive. Therefore, commanders need to consider not only the contents of this AFDD, but also the various issues relating to the particular situation in which they find themselves—national military objectives, forces available, enemy capabilities, rules of engagement (ROE)—when accomplishing their assigned missions.

Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION........................................................................................................................ v CHAPTER ONE—Background .................................................................................................. 1 CHAPTER TWO—EW Operational Concepts ......................................................................... 5 GENERAL................................................................................................................................. 5 EW TENETS .............................................................................................................................. 6 Control ................................................................................................................................... 6 Exploit.................................................................................................................................... 6 Enhance.................................................................................................................................. 6 ELECTRONIC WARFARE COMPONENTS........................................................................... 7 Electronic Attack (EA)............................................................................................................ 7 Electronic Protection (EP) ...................................................................................................... 9 Electronic Support (ES) .......................................................................................................... 9 EW EFFECTS.......................................................................................................................... 10 Detection ............................................................................................................................... 11 Denial................................................................................................................................... 11 Deception .............................................................................................................................. 11 Disruption ............................................................................................................................. 13 Destruction........................................................................................................................... 13 ADDITIONAL FACTORS....................................................................................................... 14 Directed Energy (DE) in EW ................................................................................................ 14 Enemy Capabilities ............................................................................................................... 15 Operational Requirements .................................................................................................... 15 Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR).......................................................... 15 Environmental Conditions .................................................................................................... 15 Conclusion ............................................................................................................................... 16 CHAPTER THREE—Electronic Warfare Organization ....................................................... 17 General..................................................................................................................................... 17 Joint and Multinational Operations........................................................................................... 17 JAOC/CAOC Planning and Execution Process........................................................................ 18 EW Support to the Joint Force Air and space Component Commander (JFACC)...

 

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