combat information center


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combat information center

[′käm‚bat in·fər′mā·shən ‚sen·tər]
(communications)
A shipboard location at which tactical information from radar, sonar, and other equipment is received, displayed for rapid analysis, and evaluated.
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I also spent considerable time in Combat Systems spaces learning about the stations, equipment and relationships to the Combat Information Center Watch Officer (CICWO) and Tactical Action Officer (TAO).
Meanwhile in the combat information center, watchstanders are responsible for executing the mission of the ship.
BHR's Joint Operations Center (JOC), Landing Force Operations Center (LFOC) and Combat Information Center work closely together to develop the plan for the morning's operation.
Everything calls for close attention to detail, from painting the outside of the ship to standing watch in combat information center," said White.
The fam flight would consist of the admiral getting a cat shot in the copilot seat, followed by a tour in the combat information center.
Older panels will be replaced by Orbit's newly designed state-of-the-art color LCD panels and will be installed in the Combat Information Center (CIC) for the initial two LHA ships.
The officers, all at the rank of commander or above in their nations' navies, were escorted by Carter Hall's own officers, who explained what the group was seeing as they toured the ship's well deck, combat information center, bridge, and various other areas in order to fully understand the ship's mission--and the role of the Supply Corps in supporting it.
While Sailors were busy aboard the ship loading weapon systems, cooking meals and navigating, others were busy as tech savvy explorers discovering one of the many new systems installed on board the ship down in the darkness of the combat information center (CIC).

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