The JIFX event will be conducted in cooperation with operational representatives from each of the unified combatant commands and the Department of Homeland Security.
What does UCC stand for?
UCC stands for Unified Combatant Command
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 326 other meanings of UCC in our Acronym Attic
- Ukrainian Canadian Council (Canada)
- Ultra Clean Coal
- Ultra Compact Combustor (gas turbine engines)
- Uncompensated Care Cost
- Uncovered Column
- Undepreciated Capital Cost
- Undergraduate Chemistry Council (various schools)
- Underwater Combat Control
- Unencrypted Cable Circuit
- Unidad de Cambio Climático
- Unified Communications and Collaboration
- Unified Communications Certificate (computing)
- Unified Contact Center
- Uniform Code Council
- Uniform Commercial Code
- Uniform Criminal Complaint (police warrant)
- Unindicted Co-Conspirator (crime)
- Union Camp Corporation (stock symbol)
- Union Carbide Corporation
- Union Christian College (Aluva, Kerala, India)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The tiny nation is host to the overseas headquarters of US CENTCOM (US Central Command), the Unified Combatant Command of the US Department of Defense.
In the American military system, the CINCs (commanders-in-chief) of the nine Unified Combatant Commands are the top warriors.
00 Hardcover HV639 In February 2007, the US government announced the creation of a new Department of Defense Unified Combatant Command for Africa, AFRICOM.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Support teams that transform raw data from satellite imagery into detailed maps are also supporting commanders in the Horn of Africa, for which the newest unified combatant command, U.
The C-DSE combines enterprise architecture data with mission, performance, budget, and technology data to provide capability-based scenario analysis and decision support for government agencies and departments including the Departments of Defense, State, and Homeland Security, the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and the Unified Combatant Commands.
Representatives of unified combatant commands and the Joint Staff also gave outstanding presentations.
Business transformation needs of the Unified Combatant Commands were again on the agenda for the Defense Business Transformation Agency (BTA) Director David M.