air sovereignty


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air sovereignty

A nation's inherent right to exercise absolute control and authority over the airspace above its territory. See also air sovereignty mission.
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Lufthoheit
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OneSKY is designed to provide quantifiable reductions in travel times, delays and achieve CO2 emission reductions and fuel burn reductions whilst maintaining Australian air sovereignty, thus protecting its citizens, delivering clear economic, environmental and security.
US general stressed that his country is continuing to provide all needed support for Iraq from the logistical support, praising the important role of leadership in achieving higher air sovereignty and coordination with the international coalition.
Since 1958, NORAD has been at the cornerstone of safeguarding the air sovereignty of the United States and Canada and incorporates both elements of the USAF and the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF).
He stressed that air sovereignty was absolute and coalition aircraft were flying day and night at any time and anywhere freely.
From October 2010 to October 2013, he served as deputy director of operations, Headquarters North American Aerospace Defense Command at Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, where he was responsible for safeguarding the air sovereignty of North America, including Canada, Alaska and the continental United States.
The administration proposed spending up to $140 million to provide assistance to Baghdad, including non-operational training to help Iraqi forces address shortfalls in intelligence gathering, air sovereignty, logistics, maintenance and combined arms operations.
NNA - March 14 General Secretariat called on Friday on the government to file a complaint before the Arab League and the UN, on the constant Syrian violations against Lebanese land and air sovereignty.
Although the new SAM systems have yet to be procured, the air defence of Romania has experienced some recent improvements with the activation of an Air Sovereignty Operations Centre (ASOC) to help defend the country's airspace by integrating imagery delivered from military air surveillance and civil air traffic control radar systems.
With input from radars and other data links, the system will assist in detecting incoming air traffic and also provide the capabilities needed for airspace management, air sovereignty and air defense missions.
Airmen readily comprehend the concept of air sovereignty and can apply it to great effect, as the ensuing case study of air success in the Dominican Republic makes evident.
Iraq, for example, currently cannot defend its own air sovereignty.
forces in Iraq, as saying in a press conference that there are still "security gaps" in the country that include their air sovereignty, their air defense capability, the ability to protect the oil platforms, and then the ability to do combined arms operations for an external defenseC*