Definition Edit

integrated control enablers are

[c]ritical capabilities required to execute successful air, space, and information operations and produce integrated effects for the joint fight. Includes intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance, network operations, and precision navigation and timing.[1]

References Edit

  1. U.S. Air Force, Information Operations, Air Force Doctrine Document 2-5, at 52 (Aug. 5, 1998).

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