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military headquarters from which a military commander controls and organizes the forces

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Terrorists' command posts were destroyed with all weapons and ammunition inside them in the Syrian army's operations in the neighborhoods of al-Sheikh Lutfi, al-Ramouseh, al-Rashidin 4, Bani Zaid and Sheikh Khedur in the city of Aleppo.
In the early 1990s the US Army was fielding numerous M1068 SICP (Standard Integrated Command Post) in the A2 variant, a version of the M577A2, and then decided to acquire more modern command posts with the M4 C2V (Command and Control Vehicle), based on the chassis of the MLRS rocket launcher, itself a derivative of the M2 Bradley chassis.
Using the Joint Tactical Radio System's Soldier Radio Waveform and involving sensors, aerial platforms, vehicles and command posts, the seamless, ad-hoc networking extended connectivity to dismounted soldiers for the first time.
Command posts will be staffed and response assets prestaged in the same configuration anticipated during the major event, which will allow fine-tuning of protocols internally and between agencies.
The Army will adopt the JTCW application for tactical command posts and the Marine Corps will adopt FBCB2 for both platforms and dismounted applications.
Once the composition of the forward command post was determined, the group developed a plan for echeloning the forward and main command posts.
GLENDALE - When the Police Department used to respond to emergency situations, officers used the back of a Chevrolet Suburban truck as their command post, with the hood serving as a desk.
nuclear forces is a complicated affair involving, among other things, a book of war plans called "the football," multi-digit codes, two-man silo crews, a command post under a mountain, and planes towing mile-long radio antennas.
The BAE Systems-Northrop Grumman team combines experience in command, control, communications, computers, and intelligence on Future Combat Systems, Force XXI Battle Command Brigade, and Below-Blue Force Tracking, Warfighter Information Network-Tactical, Command Post Platform, and Army Battle Command System applications.
The mission provides network services to the following organizations from Phase 0 through Phase IV of an operation: Joint Task Force headquarters, Coalition/Joint Force Land Component Command headquarters, ASCC/Army Operational Command Post, Army-level major subordinate command headquarters, functional brigades and their subordinate battalions, including battalions tasked to support division-level organizations, support brigades that have not been resourced with an organic Network Support Company, Army-level digital liaison teams, Ad hoc command posts, Forward operating bases and base/CP clusters, other United States armed services and Department of Defense agencies, and other governmental and non-governmental organizations.
The SICPS/TMSS Medium and Large command posts will use the Deployable Rapid Assembly Shelters(DRASH) manufactured by DHS Systems.
Further, a command post ensures that adequate and thorough communication occurs between all personnel involved.
military would take the lead in any initial NATO airstrikes on Serb targets in and around Kosovo, battering air defense sites, radar facilities and command posts with up to 80 sea-launched Tomahawk cruise missiles, Pentagon officials say.
The situational awareness component collectively displays the geographical location of all weapons, platforms, soldiers, command posts and other facilities and is being used in conjunction with the Army's Tactical Internet (TI) and satellite-based communications, a seamless Internet connection, for ease in communication.
The BCT S6 must support two command posts with the capability to conduct planning and operations.