DEFINITION
Airspace Control in the Combat Zone

A process used to increase combat effectiveness by promoting safe, efficient, and flexible use of airspace. Airspace control is provided in order to prevent fratricide, enhance air defense operations, and permit greater flexibility of operations. Airspace control does not infringe on the authority vested in commanders to approve, disapprove, or deny combat operations.

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