Air Force intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) is
undergoing a tremendous transition-as a growing core competency and
an operational entity in its own right. This paper draws on
well-established close air support doctrine and organizational
models to build new ISR organizational and execution constructs to
bridge the gap between theater-level ISR assets and tactical
operations. These models bind ISR asset, exploiter, CAOC, and the
supported unit together through face-to-face interactions and
standardized processes that apply across any theater of operations
or combatant command.
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