We will continue to focus on building skills that support the brigade combat team (BCT), interim brigade combat team (IBCT), and Stryker brigade combat team (SBCT) commanders and the modular engineer units.
What does IBCT stand for?
IBCT stands for Interim Brigade Combat Team (US Army)
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We have 8 other meanings of IBCT in our Acronym Attic
- International Bible Correspondence School (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
- Intel Binary Compatibility Standard
- Institutional Biological and Chemical Safety Committee
- International Breast Cancer Study Group
- International Bathymetric Chart of the Southern Ocean
- Incorrect Blood Product Transfused
- Infantry Brigade Combat Team
- Ingénierie et Biologie Cellulaire et Tisulaire
- Initial Brigade Combat Team
- Institute for Business Continuity Training
- International Blogger Championship Tournament
- International Board of Certified Trainers (various locations)
- Indiana British Car Union
- Igreja Batista Chama Viva (Portugese: Draws Life Baptist Church; Olinda, Brazil)
- International Buddhist College of Victoria (Australia)
- Iraq Body Count Visual Aid
- International Business Council of Western Australia
- International Burkholderia Cepacia Working Group
- International Bathymetric Chart of the Western Indian Ocean
- International Bathymetric Chart of the Western Pacific
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Stryker, the combat vehicle for the Army's interim brigade combat teams, is a highly deployable, wheeled armored vehicle that combines firepower, battlefield mobility, survivability and versatility, with reduced logistics requirements.
To meet these challenges, the Army began implementing a three-phase transformation plan, which began with the creation of the Interim Brigade Combat Teams, and will culminate in the fielding of the future force sometime between 2015 and 2020.
The first step is to form and equip six interim brigade combat teams by 2008.
A modified version of the TOW ITAS will be used on the antitank guided missile (ATGM) variant of the interim combat vehicle (ICV) for the interim brigade combat team (IBCT).
The Army's new interim brigade combat teams also are considering the use of these mobile TOCs.
In addition, the Hunter UAV has flown as a surrogate TUAV at the JRTC and operates at Fort Lewis, Washington, in support of the Interim Brigade Combat Team (IBCT).
Army infantry-heavy light mechanized interim brigade combat teams (IBCTs) will take over this role if the Marines do not step up.