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3 Afghan Air Force History U.S. / Coalition begin Air Corps build U.S. air power destroys remainder of aircraft 2001 Strength Air Force formed (11 acft) 1924 (11 ) 1950s Reorganization Soviet Occupation (DRAAF) Warlords and Civil War (5 Afghan air forces) ( 5 ) Taliban (IEAAF) (June) named Afghan Air Force ( 2009) 2007 Advisor missions begins 2007

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Afghan air power for today and tomorrow Afghan airpower for today. and tomorrow Overview Afghan air force history Who we are Where weve been Where were Growing Where were Going Challenges Where We Need Assistance Building an air forcewhile flying it 3 Afghan Air Force History U.S. / Coalition begin Air Corps build U.S. air power destroys remainder of aircraft 2001 Strength Air Force formed (11 acft) 1924 (11 ) 1950s Reorganization Soviet Occupation (DRAAF) Warlords and Civil War (5 Afghan air forces) ( 5 ) Taliban (IEAAF) (June) named Afghan Air Force ( 2009) 2007 Advisor missions begins 2007 Who we are Advisor Airmen ensure the reality of a successful AAF Vision: Vision: The preeminent coalition air advisory team behind a strong afghan air force partner successfully assuring the present and future security of Afghanistan : Professional AAF AAF planned & led Mission operations Resource Management Safe & effective Aviation Lines of effort 5 NATC-A Assigned Personnel Shindand 838 AEAG - 838 US- 94 Coalition- 44 Contractor- 88 Shindand 838 AEAG - 838 US- 94 Coalition- 44 Contractor- 88 Herat 838 AEAG Det 1 - 838 1 US- 9 9 Coalition- 9 9 Contractor- 0 0 Herat 838 AEAG Det 1 - 838 1 US- 9 9 Coalition- 9 9 Contractor- 0 Jalalabad 438 AEAG Det 1 438 1 US- 5 5 Coalition- 0 0 Contractor- 1 1 Jalalabad 438 AEAG Det 1 438 1 US- 5 5 Coalition- 0 0 Contractor- 1 1 5 Kandahar 738 AEAG - 738 US- 68 Coalition- 14 Contractor- 20 Kandahar 738 AEAG - 738 US- 68 Coalition- 14 Contractor- 20 MeS 438 AEAG Det 3 438 3 US- 3 3 Coalition-11 11 Contractor-2 2 MeS 438 AEAG Det 3 438 3 US- 3 3 Coalition-11 11 Contractor-2 2 3 11 NATC-A US 321 321 Coalition 145 145 (14 Partner Nations) Contractor 193 193 Total Personnel 649 NATC-A US 321 321 Coalition 145 145 (14 Partner Nations) Contractor 193 193 Total Personnel 649 Kabul 738 AEAS (PeH) - 738 US- 11 11 Coalition- 12 12 Contractor- 11 11 Kabul 738 AEAS (PeH) - 738 US- 11 11 Coalition- 12 12 Contractor- 11 11 Kabul 438 AEW 438 US- 56 Coalition- 28 Contractor- 33 Kabul 438 AEW 438 US- 56 Coalition- 28 Contractor- 33 Kabul 438 AEAG - 438 US- 75 75 Coalition- 31 31 Contractor- 38 Kabul 438 AEAG - 438 US- 75 75 Coalition- 31 31 Contractor- 38 6 WHERE WEVE BEEN Quantity/Quality / ANA Air Corps launched 2007 Afghan Air Force created 2009 2010 AAF UPT runway construction complete 2010 **A Year of Rebuilding the AAF ** - First CASEVAC - First HR - First AAF UPT Graduation 2012 2012 Final C-208 Delivery 2012 AAF Flight Plan Signed 2012 2013 **A Year of Continued Success** 2013 Operation Semourgh 2013 Ground work begins for A-29 air-to-ground capabilities First Afghan-led Campaign Plan First C-130 Delivery First NTISR First Assault Mission First Afghan FAIPs 7 Where were growing Growing mission sets across range of operations 35% 2.2K Missions 32K Pax 1M+ Cargo 1K CASEVAC 500 HR missions 51% 52% 139% 172% 8 Where were Going Growing mission sets across range of operations Bringing new airpower capabilities to the AAF Airlift 2x C-130s arrived Oct 2013 Remaining 2 arrive 2014 2 2014 Light Air Support (LAS) ( ) 20 A-29s arrive 2014 - 29 2014 2015 Simplifying English language training 9 Headwinds Cost FP Infrastr ucture Require ments Increasing Challenges and Decreasing Enablers Complexity Where We Need Assistance Challenging Requirements Demand Shared Efforts Improved COR Support for All Programs Improved COR Support for All Programs Consolidation of Contracts Consolidation of Contracts and Reduction of CLS Costs and Reduction of CLS Costs Scaling of English Language Program for Training and Manuals Scaling of English Language Program for Training and Manuals explore Alternative Options for Future Assets and Training explore Alternative Options for Future Assets and Training NATC- A NATO Air Training Command For More Information, Contact: NATC-A Command Staff KAIA/NATC-A APO AE DSN Check out the NATC-A Story at the following links or connect via the QR Codes Below: MzPqqWkAeature=youtu.be NATC-A/CoS, E,