36) Unlike the first three precautionary requirements, which apply specifically to "those who plan or decide upon an attack," this obligation is of general application and intuitively applicable at least down to the on-scene commander level.
What does OC stand for?
OC stands for On-scene Commander
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Samples in periodicals archive:
On-scene commander Mick Courtnell said his staff were on "heightened alert" throughout the storm and ready to respond to any further significant release of oil.
NATO's on-scene commander can request American strikes in the days ahead, in which case they may have to be approved in Washington.
William Guest, the equivalent to an on-scene commander during the recovery.
A harsh critique of the standoff by an anonymous Navy veteran that is circulating widely claims that Team Obama attempted to micromanage the situation, overruling the on-scene commander and imposing ridiculous rules of engagement that repeatedly prevented the Navy SEAL shooters from taking out the pirates.
The on-scene commander took it as the captain was in imminent danger and then made that decision and he had the authorities to make that decision and he had seconds to make that decision," he said.
SUW MP will integrate with LCS to provide a flexible capability to rapidly detect, track and prosecute small-boat threats, giving the on-scene commander the capability to protect local assets and move a force quickly through a strategic waterway.