Placement and use of the fire support coordination line during Operation Iraqi Freedom represents just one example of this seam.
What does FSCL stand for?
FSCL stands for Fire Support Coordination Line
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We have 4 other meanings of FSCL in our Acronym Attic
- Florida State College at Jacksonville (Jacksonville, FL)
- Food Safety Commission of Japan
- Sons of the Sacred Heart, Verona Fathers (religious order)
- File System Check (Unix)
- File System Checker (Unix/Linux/POSIX)
- File System Consistency Check
- Files System Checks Suck :-)
- Free Software Club of Kirksville (Kirksville, MO)
- Fédération du Sport Cycliste Luxembourgeois (French: Luxembourg Cycling Sports Federation)
- Financial Services Complaints Ltd. (New Zealand)
- Florida Scholastic Chess League
- Florida Southeast Cricket League (est. 1998)
- Florida Sugar Cane League
- Follicular Small Cleaved Lymphoma
- Frequency Sensitive Competitive Learning (algorithm)
- Friends of the Smith College Libraries (est. 1942; Northampton, MA)
- File Security Classification Field
- Florida Southern Christian Leadership Conference
- First State Community Loan Fund (Delaware)
- Facility Support Contract Manager
Samples in periodicals archive:
If the targets were in the corps AO, the ASOC either executed the prosecution or passed them to the combined air operations center (CAOC) through both the CAS cell and the battlefield coordination detachment (BCD) if the target was beyond the fire support coordination line (FSCL); that didn't happen often because the ACE was focused inside the FSCL.
Targets can be prosecuted beyond the fire support coordination line as long as task force or ground commanders are notified in time to de-conflict and avoid fratricide.
Myth: The fire support coordination line (FSCL) is an impediment to the rapid employment of CAS.
For example, FM 6-20-20 defines the purpose of a fire support coordination line (FSCL) to ".
2) Although the Army was slower to officially employ the FSCC, its publication of Joint Air-Ground Action in July 1945 outlined the bombline concept that later evolved into what is currently recognized as the fire support coordination line (FSCL).
Through the course of OIF, we learned that the traditional linear fire support coordination line can significantly limit the land component commander as well as the air component commander.
Army and Marine aircraft and other land component airspace users operated with joint-assigned call signs, identification friend or foe (IFF) codes and airspace documented on the airspace control order (ACO); Army tactical missile systems (ATACMS) were tracked and coordinated for airspace; counterfire radars were tracked and their frequencies were coordinated; the fire support coordination line (FSCL) movement was coordinated between air and land components before implementation; there was innovative use of kill boxes to coordinate component battle-space; and land unit movements were tracked with blue force tracker (BFT).