For me, that means getting our command and control systems right.
What does CCS stand for?
CCS stands for Command and Control Systems (US DoD)
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of CCS
We have 1094 other meanings of CCS in our Acronym Attic
- Combat Convoy Simulator
- Combined Chiefs of Staff
- Combining Character Sequence (Unicode)
- Comcast/Charter Sports (Southeast television network)
- COMINT Collection Subsystem
- Command & Control System(s)
- Command and Communication System (NASA)
- Command and Control Set
- Command and Control South (Vietnam, MACV-SOG; US DoD)
- Command and Control Subsystem (NASA)
- Command and Coordination Set
- Command Central Storage (Veritas)
- Command Communications-Computer Systems
- Command Control Segment
- Command Core System
- Commercial Coast Station (CRS)
- Commercial Communications School
- Commercial Consulting Services (various locations)
- Commercial Crime Services (ICC)
- Commission Centrale de Sécurité (French: Central Safety Committee)
Samples in periodicals archive:
AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY Colonel Harry Greene, USA, has been the Project Manager, Ground Combat Command and Control Systems since August 2003.
To date, national command and control systems have been developed in NATO countries, but these have used non-standard data models specific to each country.
[FIGURE OMITTED] The Army has invested a great deal of time, effort and money to develop its robust command and control systems.
A Leader in Command and Control Systems The Electronic Systems Center (ESC) is a world leader in developing and fielding command and control systems.
Existing command and control systems have limited abilities to display mapping information, and many simply display coloured symbols on top of a black background.
Both contractor teams will perform Phase One efforts consisting of the successful demonstration of proposed command and control systems.
In the late 1960s, Litton PRC developed a system for the Naval Electronics Systems Command that became known as the Naval Intelligence Processing System (NIPS) -- one of the earliest command and control systems.