DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE AFSPACECOM HOI 55-2
Headquarters Air Force Space Command
Peterson Air Force Base Colorado 80914-5001 30 April 1992

Operations

WAR AND CONTINGENCY PLANNING

This headquarters operating instruction (HOI) establishes HQ
Air Force Space Command (AFSPACECOM) war and contingency
planning policies, responsibilities, and procedures. It
applies to all staff agencies at Headquarters AFSPACECOM.

1. Scope. War and contingency planning pertains to
deliberate planning for the use of military forces in the
event of hostilities, crisis situations, increased
international tensions, or civil disturbances. Other
planning, normally conducted by responsible functional
managers and staff agencies, is beyond the scope of this
HOI; consult appropriate directives for those planning
requirements.

2. Policy:

2.1. HQ AFSPACECOM Deputy Chief of Staff (DCS) for
Operations (DO):

2.1.1. Maintains current war and contingency plans, orders,
and other applicable planning documents affecting the
headquarters.

2.1.2. Develops supporting war and contingency plans and
orders as directed by Commander in Chief, United States
Space Command (USCINCSPACE).

2.1.3. Reviews, approves as appropriate, and maintains war
and contingency plans and orders developed by subordinate
organizations.

2.1.4. Commander, HQ AFSPACECOM, and staff. Train to
implement applicable war and contingency plans and orders
that affect this headquarters.

No. of Printed Pages: 15
OPR: DOXP (Lt Col Daniel D. Skousen)
Approved by: Brig Gen Ronald D. Gray
Editor: Susan E. Gillespie
Distribution: F
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3. Responsibilities:

3.1. The HQ AFSPACECOM/DO is responsible for war and
contingency planning, and operational actions in the
headquarters. This responsibility is exercised through the
HQ AFSPACECOM Operations Plans Division (DOXP) which:

3.1.1. Maintains applicable war and contingency plans,
documents, and orders related to HQ AFSPACECOM operations
and interests.

3.1.2. Develops, coordinates, publishes, and maintains
applicable plans supporting Commander in Chief USSPACECOM
and Commander, HQ AFSPACECOM.

3.1.3. Initiates and coordinates staff review of war and
contingency plans per this HOI.

3.1.4. Informs the Commander, HQ AFSPACECOM, and key staff
personnel of the status of current war and contingency plans
affecting HQ AFSPACECOM.

3.1.5. All HQ AFSPACECOM staff elements:

3.1.6. Provide functional area support for HQ AFSPACECOM
contingency planning and actions (attachment 1).

3.1.7. Train to implement war and contingency plans and
orders tasking this headquarters.

3.1.8. (For HQ AFSPACECOM/IN, CE, DOC, DOW, DOX, DP, IM,
LK, XP only). Identify a point of contact to be trained in
World Wide Military Command and Control Systems (WWMCCS)
operations. The goal of this program is to have individuals
capable of WWMCCS operations/Time Phase Force Deployment
Data (TPFDD) access sorting from the functional areas
responsible for annexes or major appendixes within the
contingency and war plans.

4. Procedures:

4.1. Internal Distribution of War and Contingency Plans:

4.1.1. Staff agencies desiring distribution or a change to
current distribution should notify HQ AFSPACECOM/DOXP.

4.1.2. HQ AFSPACECOM/DOXP maintains applicable plans and
indexes and verifies the current status of each plan.

4.1.3. Development of war and Contingency Plans:

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4.1.4. HQ AFSPACECOM/DOXP prepares the DO tasking letter
which defines HQ AFSPACECOM requirements and administrative
procedures, assigned responsibilities, and specifies
suspenses necessary to publish pertinent war and contingency
plans in response to higher headquarters tasking.

4.1.5. Applicable staff agencies develop plans according to
the format shown in attachment 2.

4.1.6. Functional areas of expertise are shown in
attachment 1.

4.1.7. As required, the staff will brief the Commander, HQ
AFSPACECOM, on applicable aspects of newly developed plans,
as deemed appropriate by the DO. Normally, HQ
AFSPACECOM/TN, DO, and LK representatives will attend the
briefing to answer questions concerning their annexes, with
other offices of primary responsibility (OPR) added as
appropriate. Briefing notification and DCS tasking will be
through the HQ AFSPACECOM Chief of Staff (CS).

4.1.8. Review and Approval of war and Contingency Plans:

4.1.9. HQ AFSPACECOM/DOXP may be tasked to review war and
contingency plans.

4.1.10. HQ AFSPACECOM/DOXP prepares the DO tasking letter
to initiate staff review. Suspense will normally be 20
working days.

4.1.11. Comments from staff agencies may either be general
in nature or suggest specific changes. All comments must be
annotated on AFSPACECOM Form 24, Document Review Comments,
and have accompanying rationale for suggested change.
Number each comment in order and categorize as: Critical
(nonconcur with document until issue is resolved) ; major
(concur with document, but significant reservations with
section must be addressed prior to publication); or
Substantive (a change to improve clarity or content).
Return comments to HQ AFSPACECOM/DOXP.

4.1.12. HQ AFSPACECOM/DOXP consolidates staff inputs,
develops the review/approval letter, coordinates as
required, and submits review/approval for DO signature.

4.1.13. Plans Briefing:

4.1.14. HQ AFSPACECOM/DOXP maintains a War Plans Summary
book encompassing war and contingency plans of direct
interest to HQ AFSPACECOM. This book will be provided to
the Commander, HQ AFSPACECOM, on a quarterly basis and a

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copy will be available for the support battle staff director
during any crisis or exercise.

4.1.15. HQ AFSPACECOM/DOXP schedules and presents briefings
on specific plans and orders, when appropriate, such as in
the event of significant changes to tasking or
responsibilities.

4.1.16. When appropriate, HQ AFSPACECOM/DOXP briefs
proposed plans or orders prior to implementation.

4.1.17. Briefings are scheduled and conducted according to
current headquarters policy.

OFFICIAL DONALD J. KUTYNA
General, USAF
Commander

MICHAEL A. KLICH 2 Attachments
Lieutenant Colonel, USAF 1. Functional
Director of Information Management Planning
Responsibilities, and
Administrative Guide-
lines
2. Plan
Administrative Guide-
lines

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FUNCTIONAL PLANNING RESPONSIBILITIES, AID,
ADMINISTRATIVE GUIDELINES

Preparation of elements to HQ AFSPACECOM plans is the
responsibility of staff agencies as designated below. Staff
agencies that have inputs to another staff agency's element
will be the sub-element office of primary responsibility
(OPR) and will be responsible to the primary OPR for
required inputs. If it is necessary to develop additional
elements for a particular plan, the OPR will be designated
at the initiation of the planning cycle. No changes will be
made to the plan without specific approval from the HQ
AFSPACECOM Chief of Operations Plans Division (DOXP).
Note: Annexes, appendixes, and tabs annotated with a
are not required by the Joint Operation Planning System
(JOPS), Volume II. These sections are either required by
AFR 28-3, USAF Operation Planning Process (FOUO), or by this
HOI. The purpose is to provide greater scope in the
development of Air Force and or HQ AFSPACECOM-unique
supporting plans.

PLAN ELEMENT OPR
Letter of Transmittal DOXP
Security Instructions/Record of Changes DOXP
Plan Summary DOXP
Classification Guidance DOXP
Table of Contents DOXP
Basic Plan DOXP
Annex A - Task Organization DOXP
Appendix 1 - Time-Phased Force & Deployment Data DOXP
Tab A - Unit Tasking DOXP
Appendix 2 - Shortfall Identification DOXP
Appendix 3 - Force Module Identification DOXP
Annex B - INX
Appendix 1 - Essential Elements of Information INX
Appendix 2 - Signals Intelligence INX
Appendix 3 - Counterintelligence AFOSI
Tab A - Tasked AFOSI Unit Designation AFOSI
Appendix 4 - Targeting INX
Tab A - Target List INX
Appendix 5 - Human Resources Intelligence INX
Appendix 6 - Intelligence Support to EW and C3CM INX
Appendix 7 - Imagery Intelligence INX
Appendix 8 - Intelligence Support for OPSEC, INX
PSYOP, and Military Deception
Appendix 9 - Measurement and Signature INX
Intelligence
Annex C - Operations DO
Appendix 1 - Nuclear operations Not Used
Tab A - Nuclear Options Not Used

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PLAN ELEMENT OPR

Exhibit 1 - Nuclear Option (List ID) Not Used
Tab B - Nuclear options Analysis Not Used
Exhibit 1 - NOA for Option X Not Used
Tab C - Reconnaissance Operations to Not Used
Support Nuclear Options
Exhibit I - Reconnaissance Coverage Data Not Used
Appendix 2 - Chemical Warfare and Nuclear, DOCO
Biological, and Chemical
Defense Operations
Tab A - Computation of Chemcial Muntions DOCO
Requirements
Tab B - Chemical Munition/Agent Requirements
Appendix 3 -Electronic Warfare Operations DOXP
Appendix 4 -Psychological operations Not Used
Appendix 5 -Special Operations Not Used
Appendix 6 -Search and Rescue Operations Not Used
Appendix 7 -Military Deception DOX
TAB A -Estimate of Adversary INX
TAB B -Friendly Actions DOXP
TAB C -Comparative Analysis DOXP
TAB D -Deception Objectives DOXP
TAB E -Execution Schedule DOXP
TAB F -Monitoring Procedures DOXP
TAB G -Security Guidelines DOXP
TAB H -Special Concerns, Risk and Value DOXP
Assessments
Appendix 8 -Rules of Engagement DOXP
Appendix 9 -Reconnaissance DOXP
Appendix 10 -Counter - C3 DOXP/DOCO
Appendix 11 -Air Base Operability CE
TAB A -Active Defense CE
TAB B -Passive Defense DE
TAB C -Base Recovery DE
Appendix 12 -Visual Information and Combat Not Used
Camera Documentation
Appendix 13 -Noncombatant Evacuation Operations DOXP
Appendix 15 -Escape & Evasion Operations DOXP
Appendix 16 -Tactical Airlift Operations DOXW
Appendix 17 -History Documentation HO
Appendix 18 -Direct Tactical Communications
Security Support LK
Annex D - Logistics LK
Appendix 1 - Petroleum, oils and Lubricants LK
Supply
TAB A -Estimate of Petroleum Support LK
Requirements
Appendix 2 -Mortuary Services CE
Appendix 3 -Mobility and Transportation LK
Appendix 4 -Civil Engineering Support Plan CE

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Appendix 5-Non-nuclear Ammunition SP
TAB A-Munitions Matrix SP/LK
Appendix 6-Sustainability Assessment LK
Appendix 7-Supply LK
TAB A-Petroleum (IPSS--30 Day LK
Requirements)
TAB B-Ammunition (IPSS--30 Day SP/LK
Requirements)
TAB C-Major End-Items (IPSS--30 Day LK
Requirements)
Appendix 8-Interservice and Host Nation Spt LK
Provided by Support Agreements
TAB A-Existing Interservice Support LK
Agreements
TAB B-Interservice Support Agreements LK
Requiring Consummation LK
TAB C-Host Nation Support Arrangements LK
Appendix 9-Subsistence Support LK
TAB A-Subsistence Requirements and LK
Resupply
Appendix 10 Contracting PK
Annex E - Personnel DP
Appendix 1-Enemy Prisoners of War, Civilian DP
Internes, and other Detained Persons
Appendix 2-Processing of Formerly Captured, DP
missing, or Detained US Personnel
Appendix 3-Finance and Disbursing FM
Appendix 4-Legal JA
Appendix 5-Military Postal Service IM
TAB A-Aerial Mail Terminals IM
TAB B-Military Post Office IM
Appendix 6-Detail Deployment Manning Document DP
Appendix 7-Summary Deployment Manning DP
Document
Appendix 8-Deployment Manning Document DP
Appendix 9-manpower XPM
Appendix 10 - Noncombatant Evacuees DP
Annex F - Public Affairs PA
Appendix 1 - Media PA
TAB A - General Ground Rules for Media PA
Appendix 2-Internal Information PA
Appendix 3-Community Relations PA
Appendix 4-Armed Forces Radio and Television PA
Service
Appendix 5-Resources PA
TAB A-Personnel Requirements for JIBS PA
and Sub-JIBS
TAB B-Equipment Requirements for JIBS PA
and Sub-JIBS

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TAB C - Internal Information Resource PA
Requirements
Appendix 6 -Army/Air Force Hometown News Spt PA
Annex G - Civil Affairs JA
Annex H - Environmental Services DOW
Annex J - Command Relationships DOXP
Appendix 1 - Command Relationships Diagram DOXP
Annex K - Command. Control, and Communications LK
System
Appendix 1 -Communications Security LK
Appendix 2 -C3 Protection LK
Appendix 3 -Communications Planning LK
Appendix 4 -Satellite Communications Planning LK
TAB A -UHF SATCOM Network List LK
TAB B -UHF SATCOM Network Diagram LK
TAB C -SHF SATCOM Network List LK
TAB D -SHF SATCOM Link List LK
TAB E -SHF SATCOM Link Breakout List LK
TAB F -SHF SATCOM Network Diagram LK
Appendix 5 -Defense Courier Service LK
Appendix 6 -Frequency Support LK
Annex L - Operations Security DOXP
Appendix 1 - Operations Security Estimate DOXP
Appendix 2 - Intelligence Threat DOXP
Appendix 3 -OPSEC Measure DOXP
Annex M - Mapping, Charting, and Geodesy INX
Appendix 1 - Mapping, Charting, and Geodesy INX
Requirements List
Appendix 2 -Mapping, Charting, and Geodesy INX
Transportation Requirements
Annex N - Space Operations DOXP
Appendix 1 - Early Warning DOXP
Appendix 2 - Communications DOXP
Appendix 3 -Navigation/Targeting DOXP
Appendix 4 -Weather DOXP
Appendix 5 -Reconnaisance DOXP
Annex 0 - Safety SE
Annex P - Wartime Host Nation Supr)ort XPI
Appendix 1 - List of WHNMS Agreements XPI
Appendix 2 - WHNS Reliability XPI
Appendix 3 - Presumed WHNS XPI
$Annex 0 medical Services SG
Appendix I - Joint medical Regulating Office SG
TAB A - Medical Regulating office SG
Staffing Requirements
TAB B - Medical Regulating Command SG
and Control Diagram
Appendix 2 - Joint Blood Program Office SG

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TAB A - Joint Blood Program Management SG
Structure
TAB B - Theater Blood Components SG
Requirements
TAB C - Theater Blood Components SG
Distribution Tab
TAB D - Joint Blood Manpower Requirements SG
TAB E - Joint Blood Facility Requirements SG
Appendix 3 - Hospitalization SG
TAB A - Bed Requirements Report SG
TAB B - Bed Requirements versus Capability SG
Graphics
Appendix 4 - Patient Evacuation SG
TAB A - Medical NEO Evacuees SG
TAB B - Evacuees SG
TAB C - Medical Evacuation Resources LK
Appendix 5 - Returns to Duty SG/LK
TAB A - Returns to Duty (Supportable
Theater Evacuation Policy) SG/LK
TAB B - Returns to Duty (Objective SG/LK
Theater Evacuation Policy)
Appendix 6 - Population at Risk and Loss SG
Report
Appendix 7 - Medical Supply (Class 8A) SG
Requirement
TAB A - Medical Logistics and Supply LK
Unit Locations
TAB B - Class 8A Resupply Sustainability LK
Analysis
Appendix 8 - Preventive Medicine SG
TAB A - Disease Threat by Geographic SG
Area and Country
Appendix 9 - Command, Control and SG/LK
Communications
TAB A - Command and Control Diagram SG/LK
TAB B - Communications Diagram SG/LK
Appendix 10 - Host Nation Support SG/LK
Annex R -CHAPLAIN HC
Annex S -Engineering and Services CE
Appendix 1 - Civil Engineering CE
Annex T -FORCE PROTECTION SP
Appendix 1 - Combating Terrorism SP
Appendix 2 - Physical Security SP
Appendix 3 - Base Defense SP
Annex U -INFORMATION MANAGMENT IM
Annex X -Execution Checklist DOXP
Appendix 1 - Deterrent Options DOXP

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PLAN ELEMENT OPR

Annex Y - REPORTS DOC
Annex Z - Distribution DOXP

NOTES:

1. HQ AFSPACECOM/DOX will list all elements in the above
format. If a specific annex is not incorporated into the
plan, annotate "Not Applicable" in the table of contents and
omit the related appendixes; for example, Annex G - Civil
Affairs ... Not Applicable. When annotating appendixes, tabs,
and enclosures within an annex, the same procedure applies.
This procedure establishes a standardize format for
headquarters plan development and provides plan users with a
ready reference to ascertain those areas not included in the
plan.

2. Additional annexes may be added based on scope of
operations and objectives. HQ AFSPACECOM Plans Division
(DOXP) will assign designators to additional annexes. The
letters "I" and "O" will not be used as annex designators.
Annexes and appendixes to be developed will be determined by
specific plan requirements and assigned by HQ
AFSPACECOM/DOXP in accordance with the established
development milestone schedule. Additional appendixes may
be added or tasked by assigned OPRs dependent upon
requirements and in coordination with HQ AFSPACECOM/DOXP.

3. All required reports and instructions for completing the
report should be included in the annex and or tab. A
summary of required reports will be listed in Annex R.

4. One-line, or 'ITBD" appendixes and tabs will not be
submitted. Rather, the information will be included in the
next higher level of the plan. Single paragraph appendixes
or tabs will not have paragraph numbers.

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PLAN ADMINISTRATIVE GUIDELINES

The purpose of this administrative guideline is to establish
and clarify procedures and formats for plan preparation.
Follow these procedures, in conjunction with other Air Force
administrative directives, to ensure standardization,
clarity, and compliance with Joint Staff guidance. Inputs
that do not meet the requirements set forth in this HOI will
be returned for correction.

A2.1. General. Send DCS-signed, properly formatted plan
inputs to HQ AFSPACECOM/DOXP on plain bond paper.

A2.2. Responsibilities. Prepare each annex with the
respective DCS signature block (see example) . Appendixes,
tabs, exhibits, and below require no signature element.

A2.3. Mechanics and Format. The administrative
instructions in JCS Pub 5-02.2 provide ample information for
mechanics used in plan preparation. Each OPR will follow
these instructions when preparing inputs. The following
rules apply:

A2.3.1. Heading. Unless otherwise directed, the heading
will be:
Headquarters, Air Force Space Command
Peterson AFB, Co 80914-5001
(Date as determined HQ AFSPACECOM/DOXP)

NOTE: This heading goes on the far right side of the first
page of each plan element (annex, appendix, etc.). Leave
three lines between the heading and element title.

A2.3.2. Designation of Attachments to Plans. Annexes,
appendixes, tabs, exhibits, and maps are plan attachments.
Attachments are designated on the first page of the element
as shown in the example.

A2.3.3. Capitalization. Capitalize according to AFR 13-2,
Tongue and Quill, and JCS Pubs 5-02.1 and 5-02.2.

A2.3.3.1. Capitalize annex designators (SOLID CAPITALS) in
all references to specific annexes. References to other
attachments are lowercase with initial capitals. Example:
"See ANNEX A for task organizations. For further guidance,
see Enclosure 1 to Tab A to ANNEX J."

A2.3.3.2. Capitalize paragraph titles underline (SOLID
CAPITALS). Example: FORCE COMPOSITION

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A2.3.3.3. Lowercase subparagraph titles and underline
(Initial Capitals). Example: Interdiction

A2.3.3.4. Further subparagraphing and all subtitles are
shown in lowercase and are not underlined, except where
forces, commands or agencies are identified or tasked.
These will be capitalized and underlined (SOLID CAPITALS).

A2.3.3.5. Capitalize names of places in the text of the
operation plan (OPLAN) (SOLID CAPITALS) and, where necessary
for clarity, follow with the appropriate coordinates.
Example: The main body of the airborne forces will be
dropped in HIGHBALL DROP ZONE (32 27' BY 44 661 W) on the
initial D-DAY assault. Type all geographic locations,
mythical country names, air bases, military facilities, drop
zone, and so forth, in SOLID CAPITALS.

A2.3.3.6. Normally, operational terms, such as "faker" or
"terrain following," are not capitalized.

A2.3.4. Abbreviation. Exercise sound judgement in the use
of abbreviations. Example: Commander, Air Force Forces
(COMAFFOR). Abbreviations that are little known or rarely
used should be avoided. Technical jargon should not be
used. The following rules apply:

A.2.3.4.1. Use capital letters for each word in writing an
abbreviation of two or more words: AFR for Air Force
Regulation. Unit abbreviations will be TAS, TRW, SWG, TCG,
and so forth, with a space between the numerical
designation and the alphabetical abbreviation.

A.2.3.4.2. Do not abbreviate words of five or fewer
letters.

A.2.3.4.3. Do not put a period after an abbreviation
unless it ends a sentence.

A2.3.5. Numbers and symbols. Spell out numbers of less
that 10 and use figures for numbers of 10 or more.
However, when several numbers are compared as a group, they
should be written as numerals: Example: "2 missiles, 9
trailers, and 12 tractors," "there are 2 of 14 aircraft
configured as ... ". Numbers used at the beginning of a
sentence will be spelled out. Spell out "percent,"
"degree," and so forth, instead of using symbols.

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A2.3.6. Page format. Type final product on plain bond
paper. The OPR is required on each annex, appendix, or tab
on the left-hand margin, line 52. Unless otherwise
directed, the OPR will be: HQ AFSPACECOM/XXXX.

A2.3.7. Text. Submit all text in letter quality print.
Allow six lines per inch vertically and 10 characters per
inch horizontally.

A2.3.8. WWMCCS Operator. All function areas/DCSS will
identify and maintain a WWMCCS operator for inputting,
sorting, analyzing, and interpreting TPFDD products.

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EXAMPLE PLAN
(SECURITY CLASSIFICATION CENTERED)

HEADQUARTERS, AFSPACECOM
PETERSON AFB, CO 80914-5001
(DOXP assigned date)
Leave three blank lines between PETERSON AFB and section
title).

ANNEX I (First Page of Each Section only)

ANNEX A TO AFSPACECOM OPLAN 3400-90 ()

APPENDIX 1 TO ANNEX A TO AFSPACECOM OPLAN 3990-90 () or,

TAB X TO APPENDIX 1 TO ANNEX X TO AFSPACECOM OPLAN 3940-90
() OR,

EXHIBIT 1 TO TAB X TO APPENDIX 1 TO ANNEX X TO AFSPACECOM
OPLAN 3442-90 ()
TITLE IN CAPS DIRECTLY UNDER HEADING
(U) REFERENCES: a. (U) Unclassified Title/Secret Document
(S)
b. (C) Confidential Title/Secret Document
(S)
C. (U) Unclassified Document

1. () APPROPRIATE HEADING. Subject underlined.
Line/paragraph classification to be annotated in ().

a. () Indent 4 spaces. This is an example of the
proper margin format for a subparagraph (under the a, column
5).
(1) () Indent 8 spaces. This is the proper left
margin for subparagraph (1) . (Text and subsequent margins
of the subparagraph begin at column 9).

(a) () Indent 13 spaces. Again, the left
margin is aligned with the left edge of the subparagraph.
(column 14).
a. () Indent 18 spaces (column 19)
(1) () Indent 26 spaces (column 27)
(a) () Indent 31 spaces
(column 32)

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2. () APPROPRIATE HEADING. Note: Subparagraph left
margins for follow-on lines are indented as in "a" above.
Subparagraph do not stand alone (if there is an "all, there
must also be a "b"). On the first page, end text with line
50 . On subsequent pages, tent ends with line 52. Center
page numbers on line 54.
ORR: AFSPACECOM/DOX CLASSIFIED BY XXXX (Line 52)
DECLASSIFY ON OADR

(CENTER SECURITY CLASSIFICATION BELOW PAGE NUMBER)

EXAMPLE 2 (Last Page of Each Section Only)

3. () Start first line of print on line one.

4. () APPROPRIATE HEADING. Subject underlined. Same
numbering and indenting as example 1.

5. DCS signature block used as the end of ANNEXES only.

DONALD J. KUTYNA
General, USAF
Commander

Appendixes: (or Tabs or Exhibits)
1--xxxx
2--XXXX
3--XXXX
4--XXXX
5--XXXX
6--XXXX
7--XXXX
8--XXXX
9--XXXX
l0--xxxx
OFFICIAL:

DCS NAME
BRIGADIER GENERAL, USAF
DCS/ (DIRECTORATE)