[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The unit works with computer-based flightline support equipment, space systems, mission planning software, embedded software operational flight programs, common aircraft portable reprogramming equipment and crypto keys for munitions and avionics software conversions.
What does MPS stand for?
MPS stands for Mission Planning Software
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Military and Government
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- Milestone Payment Schedule
- Military Postal Service
- Milwaukee Public Schools (Wisconsin)
- Minimum Passing Score
- Minimum Performance Specification
- Ministry of Public Security (People's Republic of China)
- Minneapolis Public Schools (school district; Minnesota)
- Miss-Path Scheduling
- Mission Payload Subsystem
- Mission Planning Shelter
- Mission Planning Station
- Mission Planning Subsystem
- Mission Planning System (US Air Force)
- Mitsubishi Power Systems (Lake Mary, FL)
- Mittelpunktschule (Germany)
- Mobile Personal Server
- Mobile Phone Specialists
- Mobile Police Station (various locations)
- Mobile Positioning System (Ericsson)
- Mobile Premium Service
Samples in periodicals archive:
The current mission planning software does not allow for those variations, Wertz said.
Using FalconView and other mission planning software is nothing new for Major Hastert.
It can interface with existing mission planning software, such as Falcon View, and environmental or civil engineering systems such as Environmental Management Information System Hazardous Material (EMIS HAZMAT) Tracker, Geo-Reach and BCAT.
VVO is the newest component in Westar's offering of Confidence[TM], a suite of integrated mission planning software for aviation warfighters.
The MPEC II contract provides future mission planning software development, maintenance, and integration to the Department of Defense Mission Planning Enterprise.
The laptop computer-based mission planning software is used on cargo aircraft to incorporate the latest data regarding wind and other meteorological information along with airdrop system dynamics and drop zone locations to determine the timing and locations of airdrop system deployments.
The mission planning software enables multiple users to generate detailed aircraft routes overlaid on maps and satellite imagery displayed as a planning background on the workstation screen.