SACLANT


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SACLANT but COMNON was under SACEUR, there was no higher-up command with overriding authority to take on overall responsibility for airspace management.
In a wartime situation the delineation of COMNON and COMSTRIKFLTLANT airspace would probably have run east to west, with SACLANT responsible up threat.
Another option would be to establish another four-star billet as SACLANT.
A final option would be subordinating SACLANT within the SACEUR structure and either a European or American naval officer filling the billet.
In this Colbert acted as Admiral Zumwalt's personal representative as well as the prospective SACLANT chief of staff.
van Rijn, SACLANT Representative in Europe, NATO HQ); "Non-NATO Contributions to Coalition EW: A Finnish Perspective" (Finnish Armed Forces); "Land/Air EW Interoperability Issues: CAOC Perspective" (B-CAOC); "Coalition EW: An Operator's Perspective" (Col Dre Kraak, RNLA, Chief Fighter Ops, HQ RNLAF); "The French Perspective on EW Coalition Operations" (Col Jean Marc Degoulange, French Af); and "EA-6B in Coalition Operations -- the 21st Century" (CAPT Doug Swoish, USN, Commodore o f the Electronic Attack Wing, US Pacific Fleet).
At Norfolk Naval Air Terminal the daily operations continue as a Department of Defense (DoD) transportation hub, providing service not only to Navy but to Army, Air Force, Marine, Coast Guard, NATO, and SACLANT forces worldwide.