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CDC I-1-1

Vol. 1 Introduction to the Aerospace Medical Service Career Field

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Is established general guidance for the application of air and spaces forces in operations across the full range of military operations. AF Doctrine Document-1 (AFDD-1)
Is the guide for all of the AFMS doctrine is extremely valuable as it combines the lessons of AF history, technology and insight to the future. AF Doctrine Document 2 4.2 (AFDD 2-4.2)
AFMS commanders use _______ to accomplish their missions? AFDD 2-4.2
Provides broad and continuing guidance on how AF forces are organized, employed, equipped and sustained. Basic doctrine changes slowly than other levels of doctrine... Basic doctrine
Guides organization and employment of forces within distinct objectives, force capabilities, broad functional areas and operational environments. It provides the focus for developing the mission and task that will be executed through tactical doctrine. Operational Doctrine
Changes quicker than basic doctrine but is usually discussed through an Internal Service debate prior to change. Operational Doctrine
Describes the proper employment of specific AF assets, individually or with other assets to accomplish a specific objective. Changes may occur faster than Basic or Operational doctrine and may be classified due to their sensitive nature Tactical Doctrine
Will mostly guide your daily practices as an Aerospace Medical Technician Operational Doctrine
Created by: jhey33