This ground-breaking demonstration for the US Army's Experimental Force highlighted the ability of the EPLRS to deliver command and control information and situational awareness, through networked communication with unmanned vehicles and a host of other sensors, down to the dismounted soldier.
What does EXFOR stand for?
EXFOR stands for Experimental Force
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 2 other meanings of EXFOR in our Acronym Attic
- Extended Fine Auger Structure
- Extended X-Ray Fine Absorption Structure
- Extended File Allocation Table (file system)
- External First Class
- EXtended File Control Block
- Excise Tax Filing and Retrieval System
- Explosive Foxhole Digger
- Exchange Format (for experimental nuclear reaction data)
- Exercise Force
- Extraordinary Gentlemen
- Excluded From the General Declassification Schedule
- Extended Geminal
- Extended Group Function (1) (Model Wave Function Accounting for Electron Correlation)
- Excision Greater-Of (CFAR processor type)
- Exterran Holdings, Inc. (Houston, TX)
- Express by Holiday Inn
- Exercise and Health Physiology (academic program; University of Calgary; Alberta, Canada)
Samples in periodicals archive:
A key was the division-sized experimental force, which stood up at Fort Hood, Texas, in late 1994.
The experimental force can undertake any task, he said, from employing new weapons to exploring the notion of an air assault expeditionary force.
com) to experimental forces like Hella Jongerius are dusting off everything from damasks to toiles for the home.
Det Supt Steve Huss-ey, of Warwickshire police, said: "The Rita Sawyer case proved that DNA testing works, and we were one of the first experimental forces using the new technology.
If approved, it would initially involve an experimental force which would need to be trained and could not be sent abroad before next year.