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CJCSI 3320.01C

ELECTROMAGNETIC SPECTRUM USE IN JOINT MILITARY OPERATIONS

active, Most Current
Organization: CJCS
Publication Date: 22 February 2011
Status: active
Page Count: 23
scope:

Puroose. In accordance with (IAW) Enclosure B, reference a, this instruction issues policy and guidance for planning, coordinating, and controlling electromagnetic spectrum (EMS) use in joint military operations. Additionally, it develops and implements joint doctrinal concepts and associated operational procedures to achieve interoperability of information technology and National Security Strategy (NSS) capabilities employed by U.S. military forces, often in joint operations and, where required, with other U.S. government departments and agencies and Coalition partners. References a through s are provided for further reading. The EMS is also referred to as "spectrum" or "the spectrum" in this document.

Applicability. This instruction applies to the Joint Staff, Services, combatant commands, U.S. elements of combined commands, Defense agencies, and joint activities.

Document History

CJCSI 3320.01C
February 22, 2011
ELECTROMAGNETIC SPECTRUM USE IN JOINT MILITARY OPERATIONS
Puroose. In accordance with (IAW) Enclosure B, reference a, this instruction issues policy and guidance for planning, coordinating, and controlling electromagnetic spectrum (EMS) use in joint...
May 1, 2005
ELECTROMAGNETIC SPECTRUM USE IN JOINT MILITARY OPERATIONS
Purpose. In accordance with Enclosure B, reference a, issue policy and guidance for planning, coordinating and controlling electromagnetic spectrum use in joint military operations. To develop and...

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