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What does TFD stand for?

TFD stands for Tactical Fire Direction

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He has more than 32 years of service, 22 of which have been in the Fire Support Software Engineering Division where he worked on the Tactical Fire Direction System (TACFIRE), produced the first fielded FA system written entirely in Ada, and led the Fire Support Software Engineering Division to achieve the Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute's highest rating for Capability Maturity Model Integrated.
Legend: ACO = Air Control Order ADNS = Automated Digital Networking System ATO = Air Tasking Order GCCS-M = Global Command and Control System-Marine GWS = Gun Weapon System HF = High Frequency FSCM = Fire Support Coordination Measures LAN = Local Area Network Met = Meteorological NSFS = Naval Surface Fire Support SATCOMS = Satellite Communications TACFIRE = Tactical Fire Direction System TACLINK = Tactical Communications Link TBMCS = Theater Battle Management Core System VHF = Variable High Frequency VMF = Variable Message Format Naval Fire Control System (NFCS) Capabilities By Master Sergeant (Retired) Gregory T.
Because the FCS cannon will provide its own technical fire control and limited tactical fire direction for other cannons, there will be no need for battery fire direction centers (FDCs) and platoon and battery operations centers (POCs/BOCs).
We are aggressively pursuing hand-held capabilities, including the Palm forward entry device (PFED), lightweight tactical fire direction system (LWTFDS), lightweight FED (LFED) and a replacement for the gun display unit (GDU-R).
Version 6 (V6) software, for the first time, will integrate technical fire direction with AFATDS' tactical fire direction capabilities and calculate solutions for both cannon and rocket systems.