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with more than 80 percent of the battery not in attendance due to current OIF deployment or recent return from Operation Enduring Freedom deployments, the remaining 24 members of Battery B (Rear) fell in with the few remaining members of Battery A to man six Paladin howitzers and one battery operations center.
MTS and BFT use state-of-the-art technology and satellite linkup to provide up-to-date information to the battalion and battery operations centers (BOCs).
Despite this challenge, the battalion was able to fully man every launcher and partially man all battery operations centers and all but one platoon operations center.
In order to deploy Charlie Battery (minus) with eight HMMWVs (six prime movers, an FDC and a battery operations center, or BOC), six howitzers, a generator, seven quadruple containers and 44 personnel, it took two C17s (or a little more than one C5).
Because the FCS cannon will provide its own technical fire control and limited tactical fire direction for other cannons, there will be no need for battery fire direction centers (FDCs) and platoon and battery operations centers (POCs/BOCs).
The TF FSO, battery commander and battery operations center (BOC) update the DS artillery battalion on the firing unit status during execution, to include the status of fire missions, movement, maintenance and personnel.
Further, Artillery Table 15 requires the battery operations center (BOC) and firing battery qualify live fire using the same three missions.
AFATDS is fielded in the FECC, maneuver battalion FSEs, FA battalion fire direction center (FDC), FA battalion operations, FA battalion S2 and the firing battery FDCs and battery operations centers (BOCs).