This marked the first time an Army brigade, with the Joint Network Node as its communications package, would be the maneuver commander for a joint force [A Company, 141 Signal Battalion from 1st Armor Division was previously in Ramadi, but used the Node Center and Small Extension Nodes to provide command and control].
What does NC stand for?
NC stands for Node Center
This definition appears somewhat frequently
See other definitions of NC
We have 130 other meanings of NC in our Acronym Attic
- No Context (decompressor state)
- No Correction
- No Cover (philately)
- No Credit (college transcript)
- Noam Chomsky
- Noble & Cooley (drums)
- Nobody Cares
- Nochex (online payment method in UK)
- NOCONTRACT (Not Releasable to Contractors or Consultants; classification)
- Nodal Controller
Samples in periodicals archive:
We constantly had to request technical data for the team so they would know which node center to use as we moved forward.
The MSE lily pad approach to communications severely restricted maneuver and PAA choices because the G6 could only support a PAA if it were close enough to a node center.
His previous duty assignments include maneuver battalion S6, node center platoon leader, and multi-channel tactical satellite platoon leader.
The signal battalion would ensure the small extension nodes teams, node center platoons, and companies were trained, maintained, and ready (see Figure 1.
Each Soldier had to validate his or her ability on the LOS V1 with a simulated JNN to CPN link with a SEN van and a node center operated by the signal company 25Fs.
However, they quickly set up the next node center, linked up to the satellite and were able to communicate further up ahead.
The (communications) are better, steadier and more reliable than the comms we offered in my last deployment working with MSE in the Node Center," Flynn said.