This definition appears very rarely
and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
See other meanings of GCC
We have 475 other definitions for GCC
in our Acronym Attic
Samples in periodicals archive:
You can expect to hear from OSD policy makers, Functional and Geographic Combatant Command leadership, Department of the Navy Staff, capability developers at the USMC and Navy, as well as strategic planning and concept development.
Here's the complexity of this operation--you have kinetic effects in one Geographic Combatant Command (GCC), generated out of another GCC, partnered with a coalition, with resources from a third GCC, then NATO reinforced by international partners [that are] not a part of NATO.
AFRICOM) is the Department of Defense's (DoD) newest geographic combatant command (COCOM), beginning initial operations on Oct.
To date, DISAM has contacted and collected data from all the Geographic Combatant Commands and their components, and the three military departments - Navy is collecting data from the USMC and the Coast Guard.
Africa Command (AFRICOM), a Department of Defense (DOD) geographic combatant command with a focus on strengthening U.
The proliferation of DDOCs across many of the geographic combatant commands recognizes the need for this capability and the effectiveness of this concept.
The JDDOC has now been created by the DPO in every geographic combatant command, including the U.
Future operations are likely to be distributed, and conducted rapidly and simultaneously across multiple areas within a single theater, or across boundaries of more than one geographic combatant command.