Fusion Action Cell Broken Down into its Key Components

A Fusion Action Cell is broken down into its key components to create each cell. With each FAC as a force multiplier of its own, the cells are joined in the Threat Security Co-Operation Hive, building upon the information sharing and using issues and threats from other countries to help plan for future events.

A Fusion Action Cell is broken down into its key components to create each cell. With each FAC as a force multiplier of its own, the cells are joined in the Threat Security Co-Operation Hive, building upon the information sharing and using issues and threats from other countries to help plan for future events. (U.S. Air Force graphic by Staff Sgt. Carlin Leslie)

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