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AIR FORCE - AFI 10-401

OPERATIONS PLANNING AND EXECUTION

active, Most Current
Organization: AIR FORCE
Publication Date: 13 January 2021
Status: active
Page Count: 56
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Purpose.

This chapter outlines overarching roles and responsibilities of the primary organizations involved in the planning and execution activities required to meet current operations, emerging threats, and national security objectives.

This publication applies to the United States Space Force until and if it publishes its own separate and distinct policies ensuring there are no gaps in guidance which could negatively impact mission accomplishment. At the time of publication, the United States Space Force is developing its headquarters organizational structure with associated roles responsibilities. The Space Force will leverage Air Force structure and capability until the Space Force further defines its organizational structure, roles, and responsibilities.

Unless otherwise identified, all delegations in this publication to MAJCOMs, wings, or groups will apply to the equivalent organizations in the United States Space Force. If no equivalent entity is apparent, the United States Space Force, Chief of Space Operations designates the personnel or organizations responsible for the activities.

Document History

AFI 10-401
January 13, 2021
OPERATIONS PLANNING AND EXECUTION
Purpose. This chapter outlines overarching roles and responsibilities of the primary organizations involved in the planning and execution activities required to meet current operations, emerging...
December 7, 2006
AIR FORCE OPERATIONS PLANNING AND EXECUTION
Purpose. To provide an overview of the joint planning process and the interrelationships of the associated national level systems that produce national security policy, military strategy, force and...

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