[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Next, as the Coalition moved against Iraq, NETCOM/9th SC (A) sent signal forces into battle, equipped with light and heavy data packages, various TACSAT systems (including Tri-bands), and several troposcatter systems to establish strategic communication services at logistic support areas along the entire invasion route and for CENTCOM, CJTF, and CFLCC early entry command posts.
What does EECP stand for?
EECP stands for Early Entry Command Post
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- Military and Government
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We have 6 other meanings of EECP in our Acronym Attic
- Environment and Energy Conference (GLOBE Foundation of Canada)
- Environmental Education Council of Ohio (Lancaster, OH)
- East End Chamber of Commerce (Houston, TX)
- Canadian Network for Environmental Education and Communications
- Electrical, Environmental, and Communications
- Environmental Education Council of Marin (San Rafael, CA)
- Establishing Enhancement for Community Organization of Music
- Electrical, Environmental & Consumables Systems Engineer
- Electrical, Environmental Consumables, and Mechanical Systems
- Early Entrance Coproduction Plant (US Department of Energy)
- Energy Efficiency and Conservation Plan (Canada and Ohio)
- Enhanced External Counter Pulsation (medical)
- Environmental Ethics Certificate Program (University of Georgia; Athens, GA)
- Expanded East Coast Plan (US FAA)
- Environmental Education and Communication Programme Office (Hungary)
- East Eurpean Constitutional Review
- EEPROM (Electrically Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory) Control Register (also seen as ECR)
- Extreme Energy Cosmic Ray (physics)
- Ecological and Environmental Change Research Group
- Employment Equity Computerized Reporting System (Canada)
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The Early Entry Command Post (EECP) of our TA is located in Alaska and augments the U.
Army Central's Early Entry Command Post and other tactical signal requirements in the CENTCOM area of operations outside of Iraq.