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SOIC

(Small Outline IC) A small-dimension, plastic, rectangular, surface mount chip package that uses gull-wing pins extending outward. See gull-wing lead, SOJ and chip package.
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Although the RC-S SOIC was not necessarily manned as prescribed by LTG Flynn, it was staffed in a manner that allowed it to become a vital part of the RC-S intelligence section.
Assisting the major was an Army captain who served as the Deputy SOIC chief.
Finally, the RC-S SOIC was fortunate to be rounded out with several contractor billets.
However, SOIC analysts work in tandem with those analysts responsible for studying enemy (red) targets and networks, allowing the G2 section to present the commander a much more comprehensive understanding of the battle space.
The hallmark of the RC-S SOIC was the ability of analysts to gather information in the smallest detail, in order to provide a thorough analysis of their assigned areas of responsibility.
Among those entities that provided the SOIC with the most detailed information were company intelligence support teams (CoISTs) and Human Terrain System (HTS) social scientists.
These types of relationships allowed the SOIC analysts to gain critical information and get a better understanding of the battle space from a perspective not always known at a division level (or sometimes even at a brigade level) headquarters.
To assist SOIC analysts in understanding the green and white space, and how the actions of those actors affect the mission, the SOIC capitalized on the enormous amount of information available from open source means.
NexFlash offers densities up to 16M-bits in space-saving eight-pin SOIC packages, allowing an easy migration path across densities and using less than 25 percent of the space required for Parallel Flash.