Definition of airborne mission coordinator

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airborne mission coordinator

'airborne mission coordinator' is an military term meaning '(DOD) The designated individual that serves as an airborne extension of the component commander or supported commander responsible for the personnel recovery mission, through the designated personnel recovery task force to manage requirements for the rescue force by monitoring the status of all its elements, requesting additional assets when needed, and ensuring the recovery and supporting forces arrive at their designated areas to accomplish the mission. Also called AMC. See also combat search and rescue; combat search and rescue task force; personnel recovery coordination cell'.

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