He also served as the battery executive officer for Alpha Battery, 1-94th Field Artillery, 17th Fires Brigade from October 2008 to July 2009, and served as the battery executive officer for Foxtrot Target Acquisition Battery, 26th Field Artillery, 17th Fires Brigade from February 2008 until October 2008
What does TAB stand for?
TAB stands for Target Acquisition Battery
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The new fires brigade target acquisition battery (TAB) has a diverse mission in Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF).
The target acquisition battery also provided support to direct combat units starting around 3 p.
Upon completion of 13R training, they trained alongside the 18th Fires Brigade target acquisition battery on the light-weight countermortar radar.
Because the TPS was assigned to the target acquisition battery (TAB) in the divisional MLRS battalion (1-39 FA) and the CFO is assigned to Div Arty headquarters and headquarters battery (HHB), it is difficult for the CFO to build a cohesive team with his section in garrison due to the operational tempo (OPTEMPO).
Designed to be self-contained, the Leader Brigade's organization includes a Multiple-Launch Rocket System battalion, a High-Mobility Artillery Rocket System battalion, a cannon artillery battalion, a brigade support battalion, a target acquisition battery and a signal company.
Q-36 and Q-37 Firefinder radars from E/151 Target Acquisition Battery (TAB), Minnesota Army National Guard, provided redundant coverage across the area of operations.
Currently, the battery is engaged in a field artillery support mission role with the 428th Field Artillery Brigade, providing fires with one platoon, while simultaneously preparing 130 Soldiers to deploy to Iraq as part of a target acquisition battery with 15 radar sections.