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Fm 301202004

Fm 301202004

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JAOC/ 
AAMDC 
MULTI-SERVICE TACTICS,
TECHNIQUES, AND 
PROCEDURES FOR JOINT 
AIR OPERATIONS CENTER 
AND ARMY AIR AND 
MISSILE DEFENSE 
COMMAND COORDINATION 
FM 3-01.20
AFTTP(I) 3-2.30
MARCH 2004
DISTRIBUTION RESTRICTION
: Distribution authorized to DOD and DODcontractors only to protect technical or operational information fromautomatic dissemination under the International Exchange Program or byother means. This determination was made on 4 February 2003. Otherrequests for this document will be referred to HQ TRADOC, ATTN: ATFC-RD, Fort Monroe, VA 23651; HQ AFDC/DJ, Langley AFB, VA 23665.
DESTRUCTION NOTICE
: Destroy by any means that will preventdisclosure of the document.
 
FOREWORD
This publication has been prepared under our direction for use by our respectivecommands and other commands as appropriate.
ROBERT W. MIXON, JR.
Major General, US ArmyDeputy Director/Chief of Staff, CommanderFutures Center Headquarters Air ForceU.S. Army Training and
Doctrine CenterDoctrine Command
This publication is available through the Army at theArmy Knowledge Online (www.us.army.mil) andGeneral Dennis J. Reimer Digital Library(www.adtdl.army.mil) Web sites, through the ALSAWeb site (www.alsa.mil), and through the Air Forceat the Air Force Publishing Web site(www.e-publishing.af.mil).
DAVID F. MacGHEE, JR.
Major General, USAF
 
PREFACE
1. Purpose
This publication will assist the joint force commander (JFC), joint force aircomponent commander (JFACC), joint force land component commander (JFLCC),commander Army forces (COMARFOR), and their staffs to establish effectivecoordination and integration between the joint air operations center (JAOC) and the Army Air and Missile Defense Command (AAMDC). It addresses organization,functions and responsibilities, command and control (C2), and connectivity between theJAOC and AAMDC, and clarifies the interaction of the two organizations within jointcounterair operations. This publication will provide readers with a common frame of reference in order to facilitate effective coordination and working relationships betweenthe JAOC and AAMDC.
2. Scope
This publication is the result of a 1997 Army-Air Force Warfighter Conferencetasking. It documents the tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTP) that the JAOC and AAMDC use to counter air and missile threats. This publication also includesfunctions and responsibilities of the battlefield coordination detachment (BCD) as theprincipal liaison element between the Army forces (ARFOR) and the JFACC. Thismulti-Service tactics, techniques, and procedures (MTTP) specifically addressesintegration between the JAOC and AAMDC; however, some of the principles,relationships, and processes described may apply in other circumstances, such as whenthe Navy is designated JFACC, area air defense commander (AADC), or airspace controlauthority (ACA).
3. Applicability
The TTP described in this publication apply to Army and Air Force elements of a joint force. This publication uses approved joint and Service doctrine and terminologyas its foundation. The publication identifies methodologies to employ existing Servicecommand and control systems in order to facilitate air-ground operations.
4. Implementation Plan
Participating Service command offices of primary responsibility (OPRs) will reviewthis publication, validate the information and, where appropriate, reference andincorporate it in Service manuals, regulations, and curricula as follows:
Army.
Upon approval and authentication, this publication incorporates theprocedures contained herein into the US Army Doctrine and Training LiteratureProgram as directed by the Commander, US Army Training and Doctrine Command(TRADOC). Distribution is in accordance with applicable directives and the InitialDistribution Number (IDN) listed on the authentication page.
Air Force.
The Air Force will incorporate the procedures in this publication inaccordance with applicable governing directives. Distribution is in accordance with AirForce Instruction (AFI) 33-360.
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