asp (2) TM 10-8415-236-10, Extended Cold Weather Clothing System Generation lit.
What does ECWCS stand for?
ECWCS stands for Extended Cold Weather Clothing System
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
We have 1 other meaning of ECWCS in our Acronym Attic
- Emergency Community Water Assistance Grants
- Essex County Wind Action Group (Canada)
- Economic Commission for Western Asia (now Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia; UN)
- Economic Community of West African States
- East Coast Wahine Championships (surfing; est. 1997)
- East Coast Wrestling Club (est. 1993)
- Electronic Circuits World Convention
- Empire Collegiate Wrestling Conference (New York)
- Equestrian Center of Walnut Creek (Walnut Creek, CA)
- East Central Writing Centers Association
- East Coast Web Design (Charlottesville, VA)
- Eastern Conference for Workplace Democracy
- Education Centre for Women in Democracy
- Effluent Cooling Water Drainage
- Elk County Water District (California)
- Enhanced Cobra Weapons Direction System
- Escherichia Coli Wall Extract
- East Central Wisconsin Emergency Communications (emergency communications group, Ham Radio ARES RACES SkyWarn)
- European Community Wind Energy Conference
- European Council of WIZO (Women's International Zionist Organization) Federations
Samples in periodicals archive:
When a Soldier is freezing, can't see, is cramped or overloaded, his personal capabilities can be diminished That's why PEO Soldier came up with the Generation III Extended Cold Weather Clothing System as part of its fiscal year 2011 portfolio.
Program Executive Office (PEO) Soldier's Generation III Extended Cold Weather Clothing System (ECWCS) is now a part of the Rapid Fielding Initiative.
body armor * advanced combat helmets sleep systems * extended cold weather clothing system (ECWCS) articles.
The Extended Cold Weather Clothing System is a seven-layer system of 12 individual components, with a functional temperature range of 50 degrees Fahrenheit.