Global Air Traffic Operations/Mobility Command and Control Foreign Military Sales: Supporting Our Nation's Security Strategy
Froebel, Pauline, Stevens, Mark, Hazel, Dick, Larrimer, Guy, Mitchell, Stan, DISAM Journal
In this country, the enduring national security strategy and national military strategy include basic tenets of shaping the security environment, responding with decisive force when required, and preparing for an uncertain future. The first tenet is usually the focus of foreign military sales (FMS) division of ESC/GA and is the underlying purpose of the work being accomplished by Team GAF. FMS is one of the many tools available to the Department of State and to the regional unified commanders for accomplishing foreign policy objectives. We believe our work in Team GAF has a strong relation to shaping the security environment. For example, our efforts in East Europe support expansion of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) military alliance, and also support aspiring NATO members in meeting their Partnership for Peace goals.
Our directorate's product line is global air traffic management and mobility command and control systems. The focus of Team GAF is to acquire high quality air traffic control products that meet the customer's requirements, delivered on time, and at a price FMS customers can afford. We in Team GAF strive for quick turnaround acquisitions, and we are fortunate to see our air traffic control navigation aids (NAVAIDS) products delivered and …
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Publication information: Article title: Global Air Traffic Operations/Mobility Command and Control Foreign Military Sales: Supporting Our Nation's Security Strategy. Contributors: Froebel, Pauline - Author, Stevens, Mark - Author, Hazel, Dick - Author, Larrimer, Guy - Author, Mitchell, Stan - Author. Magazine title: DISAM Journal. Volume: 23. Issue: 4 Publication date: Summer 2001. Page number: 8. © 2008 Defense Institute of Security Assistance Management. COPYRIGHT 2001 Gale Group.
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