From 2003 through 2009, the Future Combat Systems program was at the center of the Army's efforts to modernize.
What does FCS stand for?
FCS stands for Future Combat Systems (US Army)
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We have 368 other meanings of FCS in our Acronym Attic
- Fresno Christian Schools (Fresno, CA)
- Froid Climatisation Service (French: Cold Air Service)
- Fuel Control System
- Fujitsu Computer Systems
- Fukuoka City Subway (Japan)
- Full Contact Selling
- Full Counting Statistics (physics)
- Fulton County Stadium (Atlanta, GA)
- Funding Control System (Department of the Army)
- Fussball Club Schaffhausen (Swiss soccer club)
- Flight Crew Systems and Integration (US NASA)
- Foster Care and Subsidized Adoption and Medicaid Eligibility Tracking (Colorado)
- Foundations of Computer Security, Automated Reasoning for Security Protocol Analysis
- Future Combat Systems Communications
- Feedback Control Scheduling-Highest Error First (computer algorithm)
- Fire Control System/Identification Friend or Foe
- Fetal Calf Serum in Phosphate Buffered Saline
- Fédération des Centres Sociaux et Socioculturels de Seine et Marne
- Feasibility Cost Share Agreement
- Fee-Charge System Administrator (US FEMA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Army says it may set aside some work on its Modular Future Force and Future Combat Systems for small businesses.
It raises lots of questions, but so does the Future Combat Systems.
These machines will be crucial to the Army's effort to rebuild itself as a 21st-century fighting force, and a $127 billion project called Future Combat Systems has become the biggest military contract in American history.
Army's Future Combat Systems (FCS) program to develop an autonomous navigation system (ANS) for unmanned and manned ground vehicles.
Army Program Manager, Future Combat Systems (Brigade Combat Team)
The Army expects the Future Combat Systems to meet the same artillery missions as the Crusader and eventually replace it.
Army's Future Combat Systems (FCS) places it in a unique partnership role with government on a program that is key to the Army's transformation goals.