command, control, communications, and intelligence

command, control, communications, and intelligence

[kə′mand kən′trōl kə‚myü·nə′kā·shənz ən in′tel·ə·jəns]
(systems engineering)
A version of command and control in which the roles of communications equipment and intelligence are emphasized. Abbreviated C 3I.
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It became the first test of the FBI WMD Joint Operations Center (JOC) model, [5] which seeks to integrate interagency emergency management functions; provide a command, control, communications, and intelligence architecture for all participating agencies; and coordinate all crisis resolution and subsequent consequence management operations.
As a result, like the other naval aircraft with primarily command, control, communications, and intelligence applications, the EA-3 is usually resented by the "tactical" aviators-the airwing commanders, the carrier commanding officers, and the battle group admirals-who have dayto-day control over them, as something that neither drops bombs nor fires missiles and just gets in the way.
John Stenbit recently retired as the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Command, Control, Communications, and Intelligence (C3I), Mr.
A key concept in the defense community is command, control, communications, and intelligence, known collectively as C3I.
Stenbit became Assistant Secretary of Defense for Command, Control, Communications, and Intelligence (C3I) on August 7, 2001, and subsequently served as Assistant Secretary of Defense of the C3I successor organization, Networks and Information Integration/Department of Defense Chief Information Officer.
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