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AFJI 10-411/AR

25-35AWC0 5600.431VOPNA

VINST 5600.23

1 Jufy 1996

2,3.1.1.

Sanitization is the process of removing data from the JTCG-ME products and publications prior to release to

customers or countries,

The Publications Management 0f13ce will screen products and publications to blank out, remove,

or omit all data not authorized or not needed by a particular customer. 2.3.1.2. HQ AFMC/DRW controls distribution of JTCG-ME products and publications within DoD. Forward requests by

DoD organizations or associated 7851 2ND STREET SUITE 206,

2,3.1.3,

Since

many

JTCG/ME

contractors for JTCGM4E publications to JTCGM4E PUBLICATIONS, OC-ALC~ILUB, TINKER AFB OK 73145-9160. publications are classifkd or not releasable to specific agencies, DoD organizations or

associated contractors storage authorization. refer to paragraph 2.5. 2.3.1.4. DoD program publications in writing

must accompany their requests for these Contractors also must obtain approval from

publications by vefiled their contract monitor.

security clearance and For foreign government

facility requests

offices, laboratories, field activities, and associated contractors should submit requests for JTCG/ME to the above address according to paragraph 2.3.1.3. Additional distribution instructions are in Part

I of the Joint Service Index of Specialized Technical Handbooks, 6 lJTCG/ME 1-2.

      • 2.3.2.

        Manages JTCG/ME numbered documents program.

      • 2.3.3

        , Serves as the government contracting agency for the JTCG/ME General Support Contractor.

2.3.4. Chairs the JTCG/ME Publications Coordination Group (PCG).

2.3.4.1. Provides sanitization efforts,

a progress report to the Steering Committee and workload backlog. Additionally, briefs any

at each concerns

meeting on the status impacting the quality or

of accomplishments, timely distribution of

JMEM publications and special reports with recommendations for resolution. The allocated funding.

    • 2.4.

      DoD Components:

      • 2.4.1.

        Each DoD component determines how it identiles, numbers, and internally

    • 2.4

      ,2. Participating DoD components desigmte offkes (listed at attachment 1)

Air Force will brief the current status of

mamges copies. to receive correspondence, authenticate

JMEMs, recommend changes, 2.5, Foreign Requests. Refer to the JTCG/ME publication courtesy copy should be sent

and conduct other matters that relate to JTCG/ME publications. requests for JTCGM4E publications from a foreign government through Manager, OC-ALC/TILUB, 7851 2nd Street, Suite 206, Tinker AFB to the U. S. Army Materiel Systems Analysis Activity, JTCG/ME

appropriate channels

OK

73145-9160.

A

Coordinator’s

OffIce,

AMXSY-J, Aberdeen Proving Ground MD 21005-5071.

NOTE:

Appropriate channels are listed in the Joint Service

Index of Specialized Technical Handbooks,61 JTCG/h4E 1-2.

RALPH E. EBERHART, Lt General, USAF DCS/Plans and Operations

DENNIS J. REIMEFL General, U.S. Army Chief of Staff

M. W. DE MARS, Colonel, U.S. Marine Corps Head, Aviation Weapons Systems Requirements Branch

    • J.

      L. JOHNSON, Admiral, U.S. Navy Chief of Naval Operations (Acting)

  • J.

    S. MOBLEY, Rear Admiral, U.S. Navy

Director, Navy StalY

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