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ALSA has released a new publication: Personnel Recovery (PR). This multi-Service tactics, techniques, and procedures (MTTP) publication for personnel recovery (PR) is a single source, descriptive reference guide for staffs and planners executing the military option of personnel recovery using joint capabilities. PR can be downloaded from the ALSA website at http://www.alsa.mil/PR/. Downloading PR requires the one-time creation of an account on the Intelink website. POC for PR is the ALSA Air/Sea Branch at alsaA@us.af.mil.
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The latest version of Advising Foreign Security Forces (Short Title: Advising) has been released. This publication provides units and personnel working with or advising foreign security forces with viable tactics, techniques, and procedures to plan, train for, and carry out advising missions at any level and in any theater. Advising can be downloaded from the ALSA website at http://www.alsa.mil/mttps/advising (CAC required). POC for Advising is the ALSA Land Branch at alsaB@us.af.mil.
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The ALSA MTTP Tac Radios has been released. Tac Radios describes multi-Service tactics, techniques, and procedures (MTTP) for the tactical employment of tactical radios to support warfighters for training and operations across the spectrum of operations. Tac Radios can be downloaded from the ALSA website at http://www.alsa.mil/mttps/tacradios/ (CAC required to download from Intelink). POC for Tac Radios is the ALSA C2, Space, and Cyber Branch at alsaC@us.af.mil
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The latest version of Tactical Convoy Operations (TCO) has been published. This MTTP publication addresses troop-leading procedures; checklists; terminology; security vehicle employment; improvised explosive devices information; battle drills; convoy training exercises; and live fire programs of instruction. It incorporates lessons learned from combat operations and training, and bridges gaps in Service convoy doctrine and TTP. TCO can be downloaded from the ALSA website at http://www.alsa.mil/mttps/tco/ (CAC required to download from Intelink). POC for TCO is the ALSA Land/Sea Branch at alsaB@us.af.mil
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As we work to get the ALSA website back up, our MTTPs can be downloaded from our Intelink site at: <a href="https://intelshare.intelink.gov/sites/alsacenter/SitePages/Home.aspx" target="_blank">https://intelshare.intelink.gov/sites/alsacenter/SitePages/Home.aspx</a> (CAC Required)
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The latest version of Biometrics has been released. Biometrics provides a standardized multi-Service framework for planning, integrating, and employing biometric capabilities. It provides leaders, staffs, and operators a fundamental understanding of the impact accurate and valid data has on the overall biometrics process. Biometrics can be downloaded from the ALSA website at http://www.alsa.mil/library/mttps/biometrics.html (CAC required). POC for Biometrics is the ALSA C2, Space and Cyber branch at alsaC@us.af.mil.
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The ALSA MTTP Aviation Urban Operations (AUO) has been released. AUO provides multi-Service tactics, techniques, and procedures for planning and executing aviation operations in the urban environment. AUO can be downloaded from the ALSA website at http://www.alsa.mil/library/mttps/auo.html (CAC required for download). POC for AUO is the ALSA Air/Sea Branch at alsaA@us.af.mil.
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Air Operations in Maritime Surface Warfare (AOMSW) for 2016 has been released. This publication consolidates Service doctrine, TTP, and lessons-learned from current operations and exercises to maximize the effectiveness of air attacks on enemy surface vessels. AOMSW can be downloaded from the ALSA website at http://www.alsa.mil/library/mttps/aomsw.html. (CAC required for download). POC for AOMSW is the ALSA Air Branch at alsaA@us.af.mil
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JFIRE 2016 is now available on the ALSA website. We estimate hard copies to be available April 2016. JFIRE can be downloaded from the ALSA website at http://www.alsa.mil/library/mttps/jfire.html (CAC required for download). POC for JFIRE is the ALSA Air branch at alsaA@us.af.mil.
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The latest version of Joint Suppression of Enemy Air Defenses (J-SEAD) has been released. J-SEAD provides tactical level commanders and their staffs a single, consolidated reference to conduct joint suppression of enemy air defenses (J-SEAD) operations. J-SEAD can be downloaded from the ALSA website at http://www.alsa.mil/library/mttps/jsead.html (CAC required for download). POC for J-SEAD is the ALSA Air Branch at alsaA@us.af.mil.
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The winter edition of Air Land Sea Bulletin (ALSB) is now available on the ALSA website: http://www.alsa.mil/alsb.html . If you&#39;re interested in submitting an article for the summer 2016 edition. please see our website or email alsaB@us.af.mil. To obtain hard copies of the ALSB, you can have your organization added to our hard copy distribution list by sending the *official* mailing address to alsa_alb@us.af.mil or via direct message.
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To order hard copies of ALSA MTTPs, Service specific instructions are available at: <a href="http://www.alsa.mil/copies.html." target="_blank">http://www.alsa.mil/copies.html.</a> ALSA does not maintain a warehouse of MTTPs and has limited quantities on hand. If you are deployed and need a single hard copy, contact the ALSA pubs officer at ALSA.pubs@us.af.mil. Please provide your official mailing address as well as the LONG TITLE of the requested ALSA publication. This page also contains specific instructions for local print of JFIRE should you chose to print locally vice ordering through your Service. These instructions will be updated when the newest version of JFIRE is released.
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Air-to-Surface Radar System Employment (formerly ATCARS) has been released. This publication covers theater-level, air-to-surface radar systems and discusses system capabilities and limitations performing airborne command and control; wide area surveillance for near-real-time targeting and target development; and processing, exploiting, and disseminating collected target data. Air-to-Surface Radar can be downloaded from the ALSA website at: http://www.alsa.mil/library/mttps/atsrse.html (CAC required for download). POC for Air-to-Surface Radar is the ALSA C2 branch at alsaC@us.af.mil
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The ALSA MTTP Defense Support of Civil Authorities (DSCA) has been released. This publication provides procedures for actions taken by DOD components when directed to support local, territorial, state, federal, or tribal agencies responding to domestic emergencies. DSCA can be downloaded from the ALSA website at http://www.alsa.mil/library/mttps/dsca.html. POC for DSCA is the ALSA C2 branch at alsaC@us.af.mil
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The latest edition of the Air Land Sea Bulletin (ALSB) is now available on the ALSA website. This issue commemorates the 40th anniversary of ALSA by focusing on the evolution of close air support (CAS). ALSA was originally Air-Land Forces Agency (ALFA), and CAS was one of the ALFA charter topics embedded in the Air-Land Battle doctrine. The ALSB is available for download at http://www.alsa.mil/alsb.html
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The latest version of Dynamic Targeting (DT) is now available on the ALSA website. DT provides the JFC, operational staff, and components MTTP to coordinate, deconflict, synchronize, and prosecute dynamic targets in any AOR. It includes lessons learned, and multinational and other government agency considerations. Dynamic Targeting can be downloaded from the ALSA website at: http://www.alsa.mil/library/mttps/dt.html. POC for DT is the ALSA Air Branch at alsaA@us.af.mil.
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ALSA has released a new publication: Operation Assessment. This is a commander and staff guide for integrating assessments into the planning and operations processes and provides operation assessment “how to” techniques and procedures. Op Assessment can be downloaded from the ALSA website at http://www.alsa.mil/library/mttps/assessment.html. POC for Op Assessment is the ALSA Land/Sea branch at alsaB@us.af.mil.
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The ALSA MTTP Explosive Ordnance (EO) is now available on the ALSA website. This publication was previously titled “Unexploded Ordnance (UXO)”. EO provides commanders and their units guidelines and strategies for planning and operating in an explosive ordnance environment while minimizing the impact of explosive ordnance on friendly operations. This MTTP also familiarizes users with recognition and appropriate reaction and reporting procedures for explosive ordnance. EO can be downloaded from the ALSA website at http://www.alsa.mil/library/mttps/eo.html. POC for EO is the ALSA Land/Sea Branch at alsaB@us.af.mil. (Users on AF networks may need to right click and download the PDF to their computer as opposed to viewing through the browser)
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The new version of Airfield Opening is now available on the ALSA website. This publication provides guidance for operational commanders and staffs on opening and transferring an airfield. It contains information on service capabilities, planning considerations, airfield assessment, and establishing operations in all operational environments. Airfield Opening can be downloaded from the ALSA website at http://www.alsa.mil/library/mttps/airfield_opening.html. POC for Airfield Opening is the ALSA Land/Sea branch at alsaB@us.af.mil. (Users on AF networks may need to right click and download the PDF to their computer as opposed to viewing through the browser)
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The latest version of Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) is now available. This publication provides guidance and procedures for the employment of a joint EOD force. It assists commanders and planners in understanding the EOD capabilities of each Service. EOD can be downloaded from the ALSA website at http://www.alsa.mil/library/mttps/eod.html (CAC required for download). POC for EOD is the ALSA Land/Sea Team at alsaB@us.af.mil. (Users on AF networks may need to right click and download the PDF to their computer as opposed to viewing through the browser)
 ALSA Joint Working Groups
1-5 April J-SEAD Air and Sea Branch 
7-10 May (T) TCO Land Branch 
7-11 May (T) Tac Chat C2, Space, and Cyber Branch 
13-17 May J-SEAD Air and Sea Branch 
3Q FY 19 Brevity C2, Space, and Cyber Branch 

 

ALSA Bulletin

Winter 2019

  

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 Our next bulletin will be published Summer 2019.

If you would like to contribute an article, please submit by 1 April 2019 for publication.