CONTRACT 014 - Headquarters Air Combat Command Directorate of Requirements Systems Support Division Mission Planning Systems Branch (HQ ACC A8SM), Air Force Mission Planning System Support.
What does MPS stand for?
MPS stands for Mission Planning System (US Air Force)
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- Ministry of Public Security (People's Republic of China)
- Minneapolis Public Schools (school district; Minnesota)
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- Mission Payload Subsystem
- Mission Planning Shelter
- Mission Planning Software
- Mission Planning Station
- Mission Planning Subsystem
- 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
- Mobile Profiler System
- Mobilization Planning Schedule
- Model Publication Scheme (education; UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
s PCIDM to Enable Tactical Data Communications in Its Aviation Mission Planning System (AMPS) Innovative Concepts, Inc.
The Joint Mission Planning System (JMPS) is a cooperative software development effort between the Air Force and Navy to centralize mission planning between the services.
The combat-proven MMSS is a mission planning system that allows pilots to "rehearse" a sortie before taking to the air.
A Swiss Air Force-customized brief/debrief room will enable F/A-18 aircrews to prepare for their simulated mission by using real world mission planning systems.
22 /PRNewswire/ -- The McDonnell Douglas-developed SLAM (Standoff Land Attack Missile) automated Mission Planning System (MPS) officially entered service with the U.
Draper was responsible for the now fielded mission planning system software and also demonstrated the flight of an advanced guidance software package for use on a precision airdrop systems being considered for early field use.
LOUIS, March 18 /PRNewswire/ -- McDonnell Douglas successfully completed a test firing of a Standoff Land Attack Missile (SLAM) using an automated mission planning module hosted on the Tactical Aircraft Mission Planning System (TAMPS).