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AIR FORCE - AFTTP 3-32.13

AIRFIELD MARKING AND STRIPING AFTER MAJOR ATTACK

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Organization: AIR FORCE
Publication Date: 14 March 2016
Status: active
Page Count: 37
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The alternate expeditious procedures in this publication are emergency recovery actions performed after enemy attack when urgent mission requirements and insufficient time prevents restoring markings to original peacetime criteria. This publication does not replace airfield marking and striping instructions found in Technical Order (T.O.) 35E2-6-1, Minimum Airfield Operating Surface Marking System (MAOSMS); however, it provides an alternate sequence mark and stripe the airfield when necessary to meet the Air Component Commander's ATO after a major enemy attack. It describes required resources, planning factors, expeditious layout of the minimum airfield operating surface and access routes necessary for emergency launch and recovery of aircraft, marker placement, and paint striping procedures. Engineering Technical Letter (ETL) 09-6, C-130 and C-17 Landing Zone (LZ) Dimensional, Marking, and Lighting Criteria, describe landing zone marking procedures used for aircrew training and contingency operations of C-130 and C-17 aircraft.

Document History

AFTTP 3-32.13
March 14, 2016
AIRFIELD MARKING AND STRIPING AFTER MAJOR ATTACK
The alternate expeditious procedures in this publication are emergency recovery actions performed after enemy attack when urgent mission requirements and insufficient time prevents restoring markings...

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