Air Force Spectrum Management Office

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Air Force Spectrum Management Office
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Active 1 January 1982 - Present
Country United States
Branch United States Air Force
Part of Command Section, Directorate of Operations, and Directorate of Strategic Planning
Garrison/HQ Fort George G. Meade, Maryland (from August 2011 on)
Motto Managing Your Freqs. Anytime, Anywhere
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Commanders
Current
commander
Col David Bosko

The Air Force Spectrum Management Office (AFSMO) plans, provides, and preserves access to the electromagnetic spectrum for Air Force and selected Department of Defense activities in support of national policy objectives, systems development, and global operations. It develops and implements spectrum guidelines and instructions to support the Air Force mission. AFSMO coordinates actions to resolve spectrum interference incidents involving DoD, private sector, and federal users. The agency represents, advocates, and defends Air Force interests in spectrum management matters on DoD, national and international forums. Accesses satellites internationally. It obtains certification and frequency licenses to operate satellites, land mobile radios, emergency radio systems (air-to-ground and air-to-air), radars, weapon guidance systems, and all capabilities that are spectrum-dependent. It provides functional management for the spectrum management career field.[1]

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