Military and civilian employees in seven locations worked together developing the four new capabilities--small-diameter bomb, advanced display core processor, joint mission planning system, and the operational flight program software, better known as Suite 5.
What does ADCP stand for?
ADCP stands for Advanced Display Core Processor
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Military and Government
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We have 39 other meanings of ADCP in our Acronym Attic
- Associate Degree Completion Program (US Navy)
- Air Defense Combat Operations Staff (US Army)
- Australian Development Cooperation Scholarship
- A Desert Called Peace (book)
- Accelerated Degree Completion Program
- Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler
- Adenosine Deaminase Complexing Protein
- Adult Degree Completion Program
- Adult Drug Court Program (various locations)
- Advanced Degree Completion Program
- Air Defense Command Post
- Air Defense Communications Platform
- Airdrop Cargo and Personnel (C-5, Dover AFB, DE)
- Analysis & Data Collection Plan
- Animal Damage Control Program (Washington)
- Associates Degree Completion Program
- Avesta Device Control Protocol
- Air Defense Communications Platform - Enhancement Package (USMC)
- Adenosine Deaminase Complexing Protein 1
- Ateneo de Cagayan Parliamentary Debating Circle (Xavier University)
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The new wrapper technique was recently demonstrated in an F-15E Eagle strike fighter equipped with an advanced display core processor based on commercial hardware, avionics software developed using a commercial programming language, and the military standard programming language legacy software.
The new wrapper technique was recently demonstrated in an F-15E Eagle strike fighter equipped with an advanced display core processor based on commercial hardware, new avionics software developed using a commercial programming language, and the unmodified legacy software written in a military standard programming language.