The focus is on radiological operations, live-agent training, hazmat awareness and operations level training and certifcation, and the basics of the Joint Warning and Reporting Network used within the Maneuver Control System.
What does MC stand for?
MC stands for Maneuver Control
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- Management Code
- Management Committee
- Management Complex
- Management Consultant
- Management Control
- Management Council
- Management/Message Code
- Manchester City
- Manchester College (North Manchester, Indiana)
- Mandaluyong City (Philippines)
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mil Course Material Covered * Roles of Signal-DMG * Warfighter Information NetworkTactical * CISCO Router and Switches Integration * Satellite Transportable Trailer * Cisco Call Manager * VOIP * Network Monitoring * Firewall Configuration * CPN Encryption Devices * Network Troubleshooting * VMware * ABCS Integration * Blue Force Tracking * FBCB2 * LDIF / Data Products * Maneuver Control System * TBC Clients and Servers * BCS / PASS Functionalities * Microsoft Server and Client Operating Systems * Command Post of the Future (CPOF) * C2 Systems Troubleshooting Prerequisites * Active and Reserve Component 25B and 25U NCO in the grade of SGT, SSG or above.
But engineer battalions require many of the remaining TBC features, including the Command Post of the Future (CPOF), Maneuver Control System (MCS), Battle Command Sustainment Support System (BCS3), Distributed Common Ground Station-Army (DCGS-A), Digital Topographic Support System (DTSS), and Tactical Ground Reporting (TIGR) System, which does not fall under the Army Battle Command System but has been grouped with the necessary digital systems.
An early adopter of CJMTK, the Army's Maneuver Control System, continues to harness CJMTK's power of visualizing and sharing geospatial intelligence (GEOINT) by integrating commercial technology into the tactical environment.
The maneuver control system collects real-time battlefield information and displays it graphically.
Students complete several MDMP exercises, receive training on traditionally dynamic subjects such as brigade combat teams and the enemy, and learn how to use the Maneuver Control System-Light (MCS-L).
The Army's systems of record were Maneuver Control System at the tactical operations center (TOC) level and Force XXI battle command brigade and below (FBCB2) at the platform level.
Maneuver Control System (MCS)--The MCS gives commanders and staffs the ability to collect, coordinate, and act on near-time battlefield information and graphically visualize the battlefield.