The battalion staff planned and resourced a battalion-level lane training exercise to accomplish that goal.
What does LTX stand for?
LTX stands for Lane Training Exercise
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 2 other meanings of LTX in our Acronym Attic
- Low Temperature Water Supply (heating)
- Lower Than Whale Stuff (polite form)
- Lunch Time with Smosh
- Long Term Water Supply Project (various locations)
- Long-Term Water Supply Program (various locations)
- Linearized Traveling Wave Tube (microwave theory)
- Linearized Traveling Wave Tube Amplifier
- Light Tactical Wheeled Vehicle
- Light Wheeled Vehicle
- Laptop Expansion (Slot)
- Liver Transplant
- Lappeenrannan Teknillinen Yliopisto (Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland)
- Laugh to Yourself (Internet slang)
- Letters to You (graphic design website)
- Love to You
- Lake Townsend Yacht Club (Greensboro, NC)
- Little Traverse Yacht Club (Harbor Springs, MI)
- Looking Through Your Eyes
- Listen to Your Heart
Samples in periodicals archive:
In its final training event, the platoon participated in detailed mission certification lane training exercises that served as a capstone for all previous training events.
The Div Arty staff developed a Warrior Task evaluation lane training exercise for the 2005 annual training (AT) cycle.
These include "walking" shoots vice static call-for-fire training; increasing the rigor on instruction, such as in the two-day Light Fire Support Officer (FSO) Lane Training exercise for FA Officer Basic Course (FAOBC) lieutenants and 13F Fire Support Specialists; integrating close air support (CAS) into the mounted lane training for FAOBC lieutenants; increasing the realism of danger close indirect fires in bunker shoots for FAOBC lieutenants; increasing the tactical focus of the FA portions of the PreCommand Course; increasing the outreach to/interface with the Combined Arms Center (CAC), Combat Training Centers and Infantry School; and pushing for Infantry, Armor, Aviation and Engineer officers and NCOs to be assigned to the FA School to work on combined arms exercises and instruction.