Normally this authority is exercised through subordinate joint force commanders and Service and/or functional component commanders.
What does FCC stand for?
FCC stands for Functional Component Commander
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We have 548 other meanings of FCC in our Acronym Attic
- Fuels Control Center
- Fuji Chemical Co., Ltd. (Japan)
- Full Combat Configuration
- Full Cup Consulting (Petaluma, California)
- Full-Charge Capacity (battery power)
- Fully Cellular Containership
- Fully Cross Coupled
- Función de Correlación Cruzada (Spanish: Cross-Correlation Function)
- Functional Combatant Command (US DoD)
- Functional Common Core
- Fundamental Control Channel
- Funky Communications Commission (1970s pop band)
- Future Characteristics Change
- Future Cities Competition (National Engineers Week)
- Future Computer and Communication
- Future Content Company Ltd (UK)
- Fleet Command Center/Marine Corps Supply Center
- Family Child Care Association
- Federal Circuit Court of Appeals
- Federal Court Clerks Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
In this situation, it is up to the joint force commander to listen to the rationale of his service or functional component commanders and decide how transportation assets will be allocated to deliver munitions designed to meet the perceived threats.
To serve as the Navy's Functional Component Commander to U.
Strategic Command, through the Joint Functional Component Commander for Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (JFCC/ISR), is tasked to allocate these assets around the globe to meet the demands of combatant command.
Although COCOM authority (and by extension DAFL) cannot be delegated or transferred without Presidential or Secretary of Defense approval, it can be exercised through subordinate joint force commanders and service or functional component commanders.
TACON is typically exercised by the service component commander or the functional component commander (e.
They are global and hence, to optimize capabilities, they should be managed on the strategic level by a single functional component commander.