He also used the effects management tool (EMT) to allow the battery operations officer to see everything that was going on in his advanced FA tactical data system (AFATDS).
What does EMT stand for?
EMT stands for Effects Management Tool (US Army/Marine Corps AFATDS client)
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- Environmental Management Systems Working Group (Standing Committee on Agriculture and Resource Management; Australia)
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- Each More Than
- Early Modern Thought (network; European Science Foundation)
- Ease of Movement (clothing)
- Eastern Mediterranean Time (GMT+0200)
- Eesti Mobiiltelefon (Estonian Mobile operator)
- Effective Medium Theory
- Effective Methods Team
- Effective-Mass Theory
- Efficient Market Theory
- El Monte, CA (airport code)
- Elapsed Maintenance Time
- Élastomères Moulages Techniques (French: Cast Elastomers Techniques)
- Electrical Metallic Tubing
- Electrician's Mate, Telephone (US Coast Guard)
- Electromagnetic Tomography
- Electromagnetic Transient
- Electromechanical Maintenance Team (ICBM)
- Electromechanical Team (ICBM maintenance)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In conjunction with this training, the BCT and battalion FSCs received their new advanced FA tactical data system (AFATDS) tadpoles and effects management tool (EMT) new equipment training (NET) while the BCT fires battalion was fielded its M119A2 howitzers.
The course offers hands-on training on the pocket forward entry device (PFED), rugged handheld computer (RHC), effects management tool (EMT) and ABCS integrated server (AIS).
0 brought to the user and provided full functionality for the Effects Management Tool (EMT).
Because the AFATDS effects management tool (EMT) software was not available for training at either home station or in theater until a few days before we crossed the line of departure (LD) from Kuwait into Iraq, our counterfire system was a combination of AFATDS and ADOCS.
1, which includes not only technical fire direction capabilities, but also the effects management tool (EMT).
The effects management tool (EMT) tells if a solution exists; however, a fire control officer (FCO) or fire direction officer (FDO) shouldn't have to go outside AFATDS to find this out.
Will an Effects Management Tool allow a battalion commander to expedite fires while providing reassurance to an untried observer bringing fires in on his own position?