[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The Army began fielding the TES-FWD during the early part of this decade, as a Corps and Echelons above Corps system used to support Corps and Theater Commander's priority intelligence requirements (PIR).
What does EAC stand for?
EAC stands for Echelons Above Corps (US DoD)
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We have 453 other meanings of EAC in our Acronym Attic
- Earnings at Completion
- East African Community
- East Asian Community
- East Asiatic Company (Denmark)
- East Australian Current
- East Ayrshire Council (UK)
- Eastern Air Command
- Eastern Area Command
- Eastern Area Coordination Center (Milwaukee, WI)
- Eastern Arizona College (Thatcher, AZ)
- École Atlantique de Commerce (French: Atlantic School of Commerce)
- École de l'Aviation de Chasse (French: School of the Fighter Force)
- École Supérieure d'Architecture de Casablanca (French: School of Architecture in Casablanca; Morocco)
- Economic Adjustment Committee
- Economic Advisory Committee
- Ecotoxicological Assessment Criteria
- Écoute Accompagnement Conseil (French: Listening Support Council)
- Écurie Automobile du Comminges (French: Automotive Team of Comminges; Comminges, France)
- Editorial Advisory Committee (various organizations)
- Editors' Association of Canada
Samples in periodicals archive:
When it comes to tactical communications, transformation also eliminated the distinction between Echelons Corps and Below and Echelons Above Corps.
In broad terms, this new organization was to perform multidiscipline intelligence, security, and electronic warfare functions at the echelons above corps.
Based on the ITSB doctrine, the Phoenix can provide range extension transport to Joint Task Force Headquarters, Echelons above Corps support, or provide task organized support down to brigades (see previous editions of Army Communicator for Phoenix details).