Knowledge and skills proficiency in the following areas are required before conducting the STX: KNOWLEDGE * Risk estimate distances (REDs) of all weapon systems available for employment * Shell and fuse combinations and the associated pros and cons of each * Sheaf selection pros and cons (converged vs.
What does RED stand for?
RED stands for Risk Estimate Distance
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 184 other meanings of RED in our Acronym Attic
- Research and Economic Development (various organizations)
- Research and Evaluation Division
- Research Evaluation and Data (various organizations)
- Research, Evaluation and Development
- Resource Discovery (International Workshop)
- Rest, Elevation, Direct pressure (bleeding control model for first aid instruction)
- Retired, Extremely Dangerous (movie)
- Review of Economic Dynamics (Society for Economic Dynamics)
- Review of Externalities Data (EU project)
- Rigid External Destruction (medical care)
- Rover Equipment Deck (NASA)
- Rural Enterprise Development (various locations)
- Rapid Emergency Deployable Heavy Operations Repair Squadron Engineers (common, but incorrect)
- Rapid Engineers Deployable Heavy Operations Repair Squadron Engineers (US DoD)
- Project Portfolio Selection (real estate; Hong Kong)
- Remote Electric Drive Turret
- Recycling Economic Development Advocate (EPA)
- Regional Economic Development Agency (various locations)
- Regional Economic Development Authority (Canada; various locations)
- Renewable Energy Development Agency
Samples in periodicals archive:
However, during that training, we had sufficient control measures in place and SOPs [standing operating procedures] to ensure we understood what we could and could not do with MLRS safely within risk estimate distances [REDs].
Now we focus on not only the call-for-fire and adjust fire tasks--because those are a big part of what they need to know--but also on risk estimate distances [REDs] and the concept of the spatial relationship between maneuver and fires so they can continue to echelon fires as they maneuver.