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Military Reference: Joint & Service-level

Military Reference: Joint & Service-level

  • JFODS5: The Joint Forces Operations & Doctrine SMARTbook, 5th Ed.

  • AODS6: The Army Operations & Doctrine SMARTbook, 6th Ed.

  • MEU2: The Marine Expeditionary Unit SMARTbook, 2nd Ed.

  • AFOPS2: The Air Force Operations & Planning SMARTbook, 2nd Ed.

  • The Naval Operations & Planning SMARTbook

Military Reference: Multi-Service & Specialty

Homeland Defense, DSCA, & Disaster Response

Joint Strategic, Interagency, & National Security

Threat, OPFOR, Regional & Cultural

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AFOPS2: The Air Force Operations & Planning SMARTbook, 2nd Ed.

AFOPS2: The Air Force Operations & Planning SMARTbook,  2nd Ed. See a Sample
ISBN-13 :978-1-935886-75-4
ISBN-10 :1935886754
Release Date :Jan 7th, 2019
Cover Type:Gloss U.V. Coating
Binding Type:Plastic Comb
Print Inside Pages:Black and White
Trim Size:5.5'' x 8.5''
Total Pages:376
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Guide to Curtis E. LeMay Center & Joint Air Operations Doctrine

AFOPS2: The Air Force Operations & Planning SMARTbook, 2nd Ed. (Guide to Curtis E. LeMay Center & Joint Air Operations Doctrine) is the second edition of our Air Force SMARTbook. Topics and references of the 376-page AFOPS2 include airpower fundamentals and principles (Volume 1), command and organizing (Volume 3); command and control (Annex 3-30/3-52), airpower (doctrine annexes), operations and planning (Annex 3-0), planning for joint air operations (JP 3-30/3-60), targeting (Annex 3-60), and combat support (Annex 4-0, 4-02, 3-10, and 3-34).

As the nation’s most comprehensive provider of military airpower, the Air Force conducts continuous and concurrent air, space, and cyberspace operations.

Airpower exploits the third dimension of the operational environment; the electromagnetic spectrum; and time to leverage speed, range, flexibility, precision, tempo, and lethality to create effects from and within the air, space, and cyberspace domains. From this multi-dimensional perspective, Airmen can apply military power against an enemy’s entire array of diplomatic, informational, military, and economic instruments of power, at long ranges and on short notice.

The Air Force conducts operations along a varying scale of military involvement and violence, referred to as the range of military operations (ROMO). They range from continuous and recurring operations such as military engagement, security cooperation, and deterrence; through smaller-scale contingencies and crisis response operations, as well as irregular warfare; to major operations and campaigns such as declared wars.

The Air Force designs, plans, conducts, and assesses operations according to an effects-based approach (EBAO). There are some significant differences between the focus of strategy during steady-state conditions and the focus during contingencies and major operations. Contingency planning and steady-state planning employ a common logical approach and process referred to as the common framework for operations, which helps to foster coherence in Air Force strategy creation.

The JFC’s estimate of the operational environment and articulation of the objectives needed to accomplish the mission form the basis for determining components’ objectives. The JFACC uses the JFC’s mission, commander’s estimate and objectives, commander’s intent, CONOPS, and the components’ objectives to develop a course of action (COA). When the JFC approves the JFACC’s COA, it becomes the basis for more detailed joint air operations planning—expressing what, where, and how joint air operations will affect the adversary or current situation.

Targeting is the process of selecting and prioritizing targets and matching the appropriate response to them, considering operational requirements and capabilities. The targeting cycle supports the joint force commander’s (JFC) joint operation planning and execution with a comprehensive, iterative and logical methodology for employing ways and means to create desired effects that support achievement of objectives.

JFODS5: The Joint Forces Operations & Doctrine SMARTbook, 5th Ed.

CTS1: The Counterterrorism, WMD & Hybrid Threat SMARTbook

Joint/Interagency SMARTbook 1 – Joint Strategic & Operational Planning, 2nd Ed.

Disaster Response SMARTbook 1 – Federal/National Disaster Response

CYBER1: The Cyberspace Operations & Electronic Warfare SMARTbook

The ''AIR FORCE'' SMARTset (3 books)