Air Operations

Air power is not limited by oceans, by shore-lines, by shallow water. It’s not limited by mountains or mountain passes or rivers, shallow or deep. It’s not limited even by distance.” – T . Michael Moseley, Gen (R), USAF


AIR 210 – Air Tasking Order

The Air Tasking Order (ATO) is a disciplined, repeatable process to translate commander’s intent, objectives, and guidance into an effective array of capabilities to achieve desired effects. This course enables students to understand and apply the six steps of the ATO cycle, anchored by ISR, in their host nation or within a coalition. ATO contains knowledge and practical application exercises as well as a Capstone performance evaluation. [40 Academic Hours]