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  • Combat Plans Division (CPD)

    Mission The Combat Plans Division (CPD) applies operational art to develop detailed execution plans for air and space operations. As one of five divisions within the Combined Air Operations Center (CAOC), the CPD enables the CAOC to meet its mission as the primary command and control facility for Coalition air operations in the U.S. Central
  • Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Division (ISRD)

    Mission The Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Division (ISRD) provides the Combined Force Air Component Commander (CFACC), Combined Air Operations Center (CAOC) and subordinate units with intelligence analysis, ISR planning and targeting support to provide situational awareness to help leadership with decision making. As one of five
  • Strategy Division

    Mission The Strategy Division (SRD) supports the achievement of theater objectives by developing, refining, disseminating, and assessing the Combined Force Air Component Commander's (CFACC) air and space strategy. As one of five divisions within the Combined Air Operations Center, the Strategy Division enables the CAOC to meet its mission as the
  • Combat Operations Division (COD)

    Mission The Combat Operations Division (COD) executes and monitors the Combined Force Air Component Commander’s daily Air Tasking Order (ATO), a document that directs daily air operations with respect to aircraft sorties, weapons loads and operational tasks. As one of five divisions within the Combined Air Operations Center (CAOC), the COD enables
  • 1st Expeditionary Civil Engineer Group

    Mission The 1st Expeditionary Civil Engineer Group (1st ECEG) provides responsive theater-wide, over-the-horizon, in and outside the wire, light and heavy troop labor construction and repair.    The 1st ECEG was established to provide a wide variety of expeditionary planning, design, and construction capabilities for U. S. Air Forces Central
  • U.S. Air Forces Central Command

    United States Air Forces Central Command is the air component of United States Central Command, a regional unified command. USAFCENT is responsible for air operations, either unilaterally or in concert with coalition partners, and developing contingency plans in support of national objectives for USCENTCOM's 20-nation area of responsibility in
  • 609th Air Operations Center (AOC)

    LineageConstituted and activated as 609th Air Operations Group on Jan 1, 1994; Redesignated as 609th Air and Space Operations Center on Mar 1, 2008;Redesignated as 609th Air Operations Center on Dec 1, 2014AssignmentsNinth Air Force (later, Ninth Air Force [Air Forces Central]), Jan 1, 1994-StationsShaw AFB, SC, Jan 1, 1994; Al Udeid AB, Qatar, Mar
  • Combined Air Operations Center (CAOC)

    Mission The Combined Air Operations Center (CAOC) commands and controls the broad spectrum of what air power brings to the fight: Global Vigilance, Global Reach, and Global Power. Located at Al Udeid Air Base, Qatar, the CAOC provides the command and control of airpower throughout the U.S. Central Command Area of Responsibility; a 20 nation region
  • Air Mobility Division (AMD)

    Mission The Air Mobility Division (AMD) plans, coordinates, tasks and executes the theater air mobility mission. The division oversees the theater's vital operations, which sustain the airflow system. As one of five divisions within the Combined Air Operations Center (CAOC), the AMD enables the CAOC to meet its mission as the primary command and
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