JFIRE MANUAL 2012 PDF

Dairan Formal and informal airspace control measures apply to UASs. UAs vary in visual, radar, IR, and acoustic signature and in system ability and crew proficiency to manage the signature. JFIRE contains calls for fire, joint air attack team JAAT techniques, a format for joint air strike requests, close air support CAS coordination and planning procedures, communications architecture, and weapons data. It has coil binding allowing for easy page turning without jamming. JFIRE is a pocket-size, quick-reference fjire for requesting fire support in accordance with approved joint tactics, techniques, and procedures TTP.

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December JFIRE is a pocket-size, quick-reference guide for requesting fire support in accordance with approved joint tactics, techniques, and procedures TTP. JFIRE contains calls for fire, joint air attack team JAAT techniques, a format for joint air strike requests, close air support CAS coordination and planning procedures, communications architecture, and weapons data. It is primarily intended for use by members of battalion and squadronlevel combat units. Other systems may not be similarly equipped or flown by CAS-qualified crews but may be employed for situational awareness, target marking, or as an observer for Types 2 or 3 control by the controlling JTAC.

Threat: Unmanned aircraft are unlikely to survive in a heavily defended environment. Consideration must be given to enemy air-to-air and surface-to-air weapons with the ability to engage a UA at its operating location and altitude. UAs are not normally equipped with warning receivers or countermeasures and depend on threat avoidance for mission survivability. Datalinks may be susceptible to jamming or interference. Weather: UAs are susceptible to turbulence, icing, and visible precipitation.

Intervening haze, clouds, or blowing dust may interfere with or prevent mission accomplishment. On the other hand, synthetic aperture radar SAR and inertially aided munitions IAMs are unaffected by haze, cloud cover, or dust. High winds aloft may make it difficult for the UA to maintain station in a highly restricted location or may unacceptably delay transit between target areas.

Signature: UAs vary in visual, radar, IR, and acoustic signature and in system ability and crew proficiency to manage the signature. For example, when minimum noise is desired to avoid tipping off a target, it may be possible to modulate power and trade altitude for airspeed in order to reduce the noise signature while approaching closer to a target. On the other hand, it may be desirable to announce presence in order to stimulate a desired response or intimidate the target.

Formal and informal airspace control measures apply to UASs. UAs may hold overhead or offset from a target. Relatively slow airspeeds can permit a UA to operate in a smaller segment of airspace than other aircraft. Depending upon performance capabilities of the specific UAS and communications with the crew, it may take several minutes to reposition the UA or change altitude blocks.

If unacceptable due to airspace limitations or other reasons, the JTAC should direct a new lost-link profile and receive verification that the UA has been programmed. In addition, some UASs have secure chat and voice over Internet Protocol, as well as additional air and ground situational awareness displays.

This can significantly reduce voice traffic and reduce information transfer errors. Tactics: UASs employ using a variety of tactics ranging from a wheel to a variant of an IP-target run-in. UA performance characteristics and sensor and weapons capabilities, along with the environmental and tactical situation, influence the selection of tactics, ranges, altitudes, and timing considerations.

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JFIRE MANUAL 2012 PDF

JP Joint Targeting — It is primarily intended for use by members of battalion and squadron-level combat units. Relatively slow airspeeds can permit a UA to operate in a smaller segment of airspace than other aircraft. UASs consist of one or more unmanned aircraft UAa control station, datalinks, and payloads. Applicability This MTTP publication applies to all commanders and their staffs that participate in the joint application of firepower. Intervening haze, clouds, or blowing dust may interfere with or prevent mission accomplishment.

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