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Worldwide Equipment Guide Volume 2 Airspace and Air Defense Systems

Worldwide Equipment Guide Volume 2 Airspace and Air Defense Systems

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Published by Bob Andrepont
US Army manual describing OPFOR air weapons.
US Army manual describing OPFOR air weapons.

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Published by: Bob Andrepont on Aug 24, 2013
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TRISA WEG
WorldwideEquipment Guide
Volume 2: Airspace and Air Defense Systems
December 2011
DISTRIBUTION RESTRICTION:
 Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.
U.S. ARMY TRADOC G-2
 
 Worldwide Equipment GuideDec 2011
REPLY TOATTENTION OF
 
ATIN-ZAL (71) 20 December 2011MEMORANDUM FOR: Distribution unlimited SUBJECT: Worldwide Equipment Guide (WEG) Update 20111. In today’s complicated and uncertain world, it is impossible to predict the exact nature of thenext conflict that might involve U.S. joint forces. We must be ready to meet the challenges of any type of conflict, in all kinds of places, and against all kinds of threats. That is the nature of the U.S. Army Contemporary Operational Environment (COE), and its operations within the joint operational environment. Training for the joint environment also requires an expanded scope for the Opposing Force (OPFOR). The U.S. joint warfighters must remain flexible, asmust the OPFOR designed as a challenging sparring partner in the training environment.2. The equipment portrayed represents military systems, variants, and upgrades that U.S. forcesmight encounter now and in the foreseeable future. It is a living document and is updated. Theauthors analyze real-world developments and trends to assure that the OPFOR remains relevant.3. The WEG was developed to support OPFOR portrayal in training simulations (construc-tive, virtual, and live) and other related activities, and is approved for those uses. The WEGis not a product of the U.S. intelligence community. Published in three volumes, it is the ap- proved document for OPFOR equipment data used in U.S. Army training. Annual WEG up-dates are posted on the Army Knowledge Online (AKO) website. Therefore it is available for downloading and local distribution (see enclosure 1 for reproducible directions). Distributionrestriction is unlimited. This issue replaces all previous issues. TRADOC G2, TRISA would like to thank JFCOM for contributing valuable joint systems data used in the document.4. For comments or questions regarding this document, contact Tom Redman, BAE Systemscontractor, at DSN 552-7925, commercial (913) 684-7925, email:tom.redman@us.army.mil. If he is not available (or for specific issues), contact POCs noted in the chapter introductions2 Enclsas
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
TRADOC Intelligence Support Activity
700 Scott Avenue, Bldg 53FORT LEAVENWORTH, KS 66027-1323
 
 Worldwide Equipment Guide
Dec 2011

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