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Mission of selected current air and space systems Characteristics of selected current air and space systems Overview
Global Positioning System (GPS)
Backbone of the tanker force Boom or drogue refueling (unless wing pods are installed – then, both are possible) KC-135 Stratotanker
Dual-role tanker and cargo Boom and drogue refueling KC-10A Extender
Intratheater Airlift C-130 Hercules
Air Refueling and Rescue H/MC-130P Combat Shadow
Electronic Warfare EC-130H Compass Call
Accompany Special Forces Carry larger equipment MC-130E/H Combat Talon
TV and radio station PSYOPs Air National Guard EC-130E Commando Solo
CAS AC-130H Spectre
Largest in DoD Heavy equipment Long range transport C-5B Galaxy
Advanced avionics CONUS to battlefield Extremely versatile C-17 Globemaster III
Air superiority Powerful radar Outstanding combat record F-15C Eagle
Multi-role Precision air-to-ground LANTIRN F-15 Strike Eagle
Multi-role Highly maneuverable Gulf War workhorse F-16C Falcon
Air dominance fighter of the 21 st Century (Surface attack, escort, sweep) F-22A Raptor
CAS Forward Air Controller 30 mm cannon A-10 Thunderbolt II
Air Superiority Enhancement Electronic countermeasures SEAD EA-6B Prowler
Long-range bomber B-52 Stratofortress
Supersonic heavy bomber B1-B Lancer
Stealth Conventional / nuclear / precision GPS-aided munitions B-2 Spirit
Surveillance, Identify & Track, Air battle management E-3 Sentry/AWACS
High altitude reconnaissance Multi-sensor U-2S Dragon Lady
RC-135 "Rivet Joint” "Combat Sent" “Cobra Ball” Reconnaissance RC-135
Remotely-piloted Reconnaissance RQ-4A Global Hawk
Pictured here: MH-60G Day / night / all-weather Special Ops / CSAR HH/MH-60G Pave Hawk
CV-22 Osprey Tiltrotor
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