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What does TSM stand for?

TSM stands for TRADOC Systems Manager

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In the Army he has served as the Excalibur Action Officer for TRADOC Systems Manager, Cannon (TSM Cannon) in 1st Battalion, 30th Field Artillery (1-30 FA), at Fort Sill.
That's why the TRADOC Systems Managers Abrams folks at Ft Knox developed a graphic training aid (GTA) card with the FBCB2 startup and shutdown procedures.
2006 Featured Speakers include: * Brigadier General Jerry Beck, Commander, 28th Infantry Division, Pennsylvania National Guard, USA * Colonel Peter N Fuller - Project Manager, Stryker Brigade Combat Team PEO-GCS, USA * Colonel Michael Micucci - Program Manager, Light Armored Vehicles, USMC * Colonel John Shay - TRADOC Systems Manager Abrams, US Armor Center & Fort Knox USA * Lieutenant Colonel Yechezkel Oushia - Logistic Attache, Israeli Forces * Dr.
He is currently in direct support of the TRADOC Systems Manager Warfighter Information Network--Tactical in the area of network operations.
Tenant units and agencies such as the 75th Ranger Regiment; 3d Brigade, 3d Infantry Division; the Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation; the United States Army Marksmanship Unit; and the three TRADOC Systems Managers all stand ready to lend their own specialized expertise to this watershed initiative.
The program is working towards the delivery of current baseline capabilities while the TRADOC Systems Manager for Tactical Radios is now looking at the requirements to be included in the next JTRS increment.
The SADARM team is led by the Army Project Manager for Artillery Munitions Systems (PM- ARMS), Program Executive Office, Ground Combat and Support Systems, Picatinny Arsenal, New Jersey; and the Army Field Artillery School, TRADOC Systems Manager (TSM) - Cannon, Ft Sill, Okla.
This experiment, called the Network MAPEX (UA) 01-03, was the first of its kind, using subject matter experts from all the Training and Doctrine Command schools and centers, Space and Missile Command, Program Manager for Future Combat System networks, TRADOC Systems Managers for Satellite Communications, Warfighter Information Network-Tactical, Joint Tactical Radio System, Office Chief of Signal and many others, to really focus on the impact of the warfight on our networks and its ability to support all of the functional areas.