Army Techniques Publication ATP 3-52.2 TAGS Multi-Service Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for The Theater Air-Ground System May 2020

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This United States Army Multi-Service manual, Army Techniques Publication ATP 3-52.2 TAGS Multi-Service Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for The Theater Air-Ground System May 2020, provides a generic concept and procedures for TAGS operations. It is a framework for all planners to facilitate the integration of air and ground operations.

The theater air-ground system (TAGS) is a conglomeration of systems. For the purpose of this publication, TAGS refers to organizations, personnel, equipment, and procedures that participate in planning and executing all air-ground operations. Understanding the chain of command and systems comprising TAGS allows it to be maximized, providing the ability to create quick and decisive combat results. The objective of this publication is to describe how each of the Service component’s systems operate within the TAGS.

TAGS combines each Service’s command and control (C2) and airspace control system into a multi-domain framework, allowing each Service to operate as part of a unified effort in support of the joint force commander (JFC).

This MTTP publication applies to all commanders and their staffs. This publication is approved for public release with Distribution Statement A, in accordance with Department of Defense Directive Instruction 5230.24, Distribution Statements on Technical Documents.

TAGS incorporates the Army air-ground system (AAGS), Marine air command and control system (MACCS), Navy tactical air control system (NTACS), special operations air-ground system (SOAGS), and the theater air control system (TACS) into one system. Each Service component’s air-ground system is designed to facilitate C2 of its operations and interface with the TAGS. The roles, responsibilities, and authorities of each TAGS element is spelled out in theater-wide documents, such as the area air defense plan (AADP), airspace control plan (ACP), and operational task link (OPTASKLINK). When delegated tasks and authorities exceed the component commander’s scope of operations, the responsibilities and authorities are included in the special instructions (SPINS).

This United States Government TTP publication is known as:
Army Techniques Publication ATP 3-52.2
Marine Corps Reference Publication MCRP 3-20.1
Navy Tactical Techniques Publication NTTP 3-56.2
Air Force Tactics Techniques and Procedures AFTTP 3-2.17

GENRE
Professional & Technical
RELEASED
2020
4 June
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
105
Pages
PUBLISHER
EBook Publishing Team
SIZE
5.6
MB

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