Recovery operations planners should consider-- * Situational information concerning the terrain, with imagery and enemy situational templates and overlays.
What does SITTEMP stand for?
SITTEMP stands for Situational Template (US military)
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Speed Incremental Treadmill Stress Test
- Situation Status
- Situation Summary
- Service de l'Informatique et des Traces Technologiques (French: Department of Computer Science and Technology Tracks; est. 2001)
- Shipboard Integrated Tactical Team (US Navy)
- Small Intestinal Transit Time
- Spectrum Information Technologies and Telecommunications (Canada)
- Summer Institute on Technology in Teaching (Teaching Resources Center; University of California, Davis; Davis, CA)
- Switch Interoperability Test Tool
- System Integration & Test Terminal
- Situation Templates
- Speciali Impianti Telescriventi Telefonici Interni (Italian: Special Telephone Teletypewriters Intern; Milano, Italy)
- Small Inventory Top Tier Site(s) (UK)
- Single Stage Isoproterenol Tilt Table Test
- School Improvement and Targets Unit (Department for Schools, Children and Families; UK)
- Sistem Informasi Tata Usaha (Indonesian: Administrative Information System; software)
- Small Integrated Transmitter Unit
- Society for the Investigation of the Unexplained (Ivan T. Sanderson organization; est. 1965)
- Surat Izin Tempat Usaha (Indonesian: Places of Business License)
- Spatial Integrity Thresholding of Urban Polygons
Samples in periodicals archive:
Often, the most requested tool in any version of the MDMP process is that which helps participants visualize battle space, such as an automated version of the terrain, detailed electronic map or enemy situational template (SITEMP).
The analytical tools taught include traditional tool sets such as doctrinal templates, situational templates and graphics, nodal analysis, etc.
The situational template shows the predicted echelonment of the entire enemy force and may show possible task organization for subordinate units.