This definition appears very rarely
and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
See other meanings of ABNCP
Samples in periodicals archive:
Additionally, in September 2012, Raytheon was awarded another contract from the Air Force for development of the Family of Advanced Beyond Line of Sight Terminals (FAB-T) for the Airborne Command Post Terminal requirement.
He was a Battery Nuclear, Biological and Chemical NCO; Drill Sergeant; Gunnery Instructor; FA Battalion Operations NCO; and Operations Sergeant for the Commander-in-Chief of Europe's Airborne Command Post Among other units, he has served in a Paladin unit in III Corps Artillery, Fort Sill; a multiple-launch rocket system (MIRS) unit in the 2d Infantry Division in Korea; and an M102 105-mm unit in the 9th Infantry Division at Fort Lewis, Washington.
The Marine Corps plans to field a lighter, smaller version of the Army's new airborne command post.
A modified version of the Boeing 707, the E-6B Mercury serves as an Airborne Command Post (ABNCP) and is the U.
9 million contract option to continue logistics support to the E-6 Take Charge and Move Out (TACAMO) and Airborne Command Post (SBCP) aircraft fleet.
Airborne Command Post Keeps Information Flowing An airborne Army command post, built on a helicopter, could help fill the gap in the flow of information that occurs when ground commanders close down and reposition their tactical operations centers, said service officials.
He served as a Battery Nuclear, Biological and Chemical NCO, Drill Sergeant, Gunnery Instructor, Field Artillery Battalion Operations NCO, Operations Sergeant for the Commander-in-Chief of Europe Airborne Command Post and has more than six years as a First Sergeant and two and one-half years as a Battalion CSM.
Navy's E-6 mission systems improvements, including, over the past decade, conversion of the entire E-6 fleet to perform missions previously performed by the E-6A Take Charge and Move Out (TACAMO) and EC-135 Airborne Command Post (ABNCP) fleets.