All Army Battle Command Systems are available for training at the MTC--FBCB2, AFATDS, BCS3, DCGS-A and CPOF, to name a few.
What does ABC stand for?
ABC stands for Army Battle Command
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Army Combined Arms Center (CAC) to serve as prime contractor for designing, building, integrating, operating and maintaining training environments based on hands-on experience with Army Battle Command Systems (ABCS) workstations and Joint Command and Control (C2) systems.
8220;GEC20 was developed as an easy-to-use, easy-to-train, feature-rich Army Battle Command System (ABCS) using the Google Earth[TM] mapping application.
The introduction of various complex digital Army Battle Command Systems (ABCS) across the Army over the past several years has been accompanied by the creation of complicated, and often costly, simulations programs and specialized applications to stimulate the ABCS boxes.
Army battle command, consisting of operations, intelligence, mission rehearsal, and training capabilities, all depend on achieving an AGE.
It was originally designed to provide a location for the rapid integration, testing and deployment of the Army Battle Command System (ABCS), which was designed to digitize the Army's battle command and control capability.
As the primary fire support system supporting Army battle command, AFATDS provides expert operators and commanders with situational awareness, battle management, target analysis, and target engagement tools.
Army battle command systems (ABCS) complement the organization by both digitally integrating the air and ground operational picture with airspace and fire control measures (FCMs) and disseminating the data to all units throughout the operational area.