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Afdd2-3 Irregular Warfare

Afdd2-3 Irregular Warfare

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IRREGULAR WARFARE
Air Force Doctrine Document 2-3 1 August 2007
 
 
 
BY ORDER OF THE AIR FORCE DOCTRINE DOCUMENT 2-3 SECRETARY OF THE AIR FORCE 1 AUGUST 2007
OPR: HQ AFDDEC/DD Certified by: HQ AFDDEC/CC (Maj Gen Allen G. Peck) Pages: 103  Accessibility: Publications are available on the e-publishing website at www.e-publishing.af.mil for downloading Releasability: There are no releasability restrictions on this publication  Approved by: T. MICHAEL MOSELEY, General, USAF Chief of Staff
 
 
FOREWORD
Our nation is at war. Warriors must plan and orchestrate irregular warfare as
 joint, multinational, and multi-agency 
 campaigns, beginning with the first efforts of strategy development and concluding with the achievement of the desired endstate.  As Airmen, we have a unique warfighting perspective shaped by a century-long quest to gain and maintain the high ground. We must be able to articulate Air Force capabilities and contributions to the irregular warfare fight, with its unique attributes and requirements. Employed properly, airpower (to include air, space, and cyberspace capabilities) produces asymmetric advantages that can be effectively leveraged by joint force commanders in virtually every aspect of irregular warfare. Irregular warfare is sufficiently different from traditional conflict to warrant a separate keystone doctrine document. While the fighting experiences in Iraq and Afghanistan should weigh heavily in the development of our doctrine, we intend this doctrine document to be broad, enduring, and forward-looking, rather than focusing on any particular operation, current or past.
T. MICHAEL MOSELEY
General, USAF Chief of Staff

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