c. The Joint Frequency Panel also supports Defense Communications
Agency. When new or additional channel assignments are required for
assignments directly to the Joint Frequency Panel or to the cognizant
The military department then proceeds with
coordination and assignment action in accordance with standard
Interdepartment Radio Advisory Committee and/or the Joint Frequency
Panel, as appropriate.
d. When new and/or additional assignments are required for
Communications Agency initiates direct requests for assignments to
Joint Frequency Panel or to the overseas command.
e. All actions pertaining to Defense Communications Agency
frequency assignments that require approval by the Office of
Telecommunications Policy are the responsibility of the service which
that is, when Army transmitters are involved, the Army is responsible
for coordinating frequency requirements and processing applications as
well as other Joint Frequency Panel actions.
LESSON 2 - EXERCISE 2
Complete items 1 through 5.
with the military on communications-electronics matters?
Frequency Assignment Subcommittee.
Officer of Telecommunications Policy.
Interdepartment Radio Advisory Committee.
2. Which of the following is