WTI Control of Aircraft and Missles

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WTI Control of Aircraft and Missles
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2011-08-02 18:57:59
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  1. The control of aircraft and missiles function __________ and focuses the other five functions fo USMC aviation.
    integrates
  2. USMC aviation operates under what principle philosophy?
    Centralized command and decentralized control
  3. What is the definition of Air Direction?
    Air direction is the authority to regulate the employment of air resources including both aircraft and surface-to-air weapons to maintain a balance between their availability and the priorities assigned for their use.
  4. What is the definition of Air Control?
    Air control is the authority to direct the physical maneuver of aircraft in flight or to direct an aircraft or surface-to-air weapon unit to engage a specific target.
  5. What are the principle objectives of the MACCS?
    To enhance unity of effort, Integrate the elements of the Command and Control System, and Disseminate Common Situational Awareness.
  6. The senior agency of the MACCS is the ________.

    a. TACC
    b. DASC
    c. TAOC
    d. TAC (A)
    a. TACC
  7. What MACCS agency is the primary anti-air warfare control agency within the MAGTF?

    a. TACC
    b. DASC
    c. TAOC
    d. TADC
    c. TAOC
  8. What is the principal terminal control agency in the MACCS?

    a. TACC
    b. MATC Detachment
    c. TAOC
    d. TADC
    b. MATC Detachment
  9. The ________ is the principal MACCS agency responsible for the direction of air operation directly supporting ground forces.

    a. TACC
    b. DASC
    c. TAOC
    d. TADC
    b. DASC

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