Definition of Army air-ground system

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Army air-ground system

'Army air-ground system' is an military term. It means '(DOD) The Army system which provides for interface between Army and tactical air support agencies of other Services in the planning, evaluating, processing, and coordinating of air support requirements and operations. It is composed of appropriate staff members, including G-2 air and G-3 air personnel, and necessary communication equipment. Also called AAGS'.

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