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All Movement Tracking System (MTS) and Joint Capabilities Release-Logistics (JCR-Log) accountability systems should be tracked by their MT-2012 transceiver serial numbers.
It is not just for maneuver forces; it also provides logisticians with the capabilities required for the Movement Tracking System (MTS), including support for in-transit cargo identification and tracking requirements.
345 palletized load system (PLS) trucks; 745 PLS trailers; 850 container roll-on-roll-off platforms; 320 container handling units; and 4,772 Movement Tracking Systems, for $923.
Army's Movement Tracking System ("MTS"); (iii) that the Company was experiencing difficulty integrating the Radyne acquisition and was not generating the synergies expected from the acquisition; (iv) that the Company's costs were rising in excess of internal forecasts reducing profit margins; and (v) as a result of the foregoing, defendants lacked a reasonable basis for their positive statements about the Company, its prospects, and its revenue and earnings projections.
Flikdate's CEO Nick Bicanic has a long history with interactive media: he was a recipient of the Young Nobel prize at age 15 for mixing an early form of wearable tech as a basketball player and his own prototype of movement tracking systems.
WHEN THE MOVEMENT TRACKING SYSTEM (MTS) WAS FIRST FIELDED IN 2000, UNITS WERE FULLY SUPPORTED BY INTERIM CONTRACTOR SUPPORT (ICS) FOR FIELD LEVEL MAINTENANCE AND SPARE PARTS.
Program Executive Office (PEO) Command, Control and Communications-Tactical (C3T) assumed full management responsibility for the Army's Movement Tracking System (MTS) Product Office from PEO Enterprise Information Systems on 30 April 2011.
Among the upgrades JCR brings is JCR-Logistics, which integrates FBCB2/BFT capability with Movement Tracking System for Army logisticians.