command net


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command net

[kə′mand ‚net]
(ordnance)
The several points that may exercise control over airborne guided missiles.
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We mostly worked in A and B Troop's battlespace, which meant that their command net on SINCGARS was part of our PACE.
Subordinate companies would push intelligence information in reverse over the BN command net to the BN TOC.
The SOP for all units should address the use of the O/I net to pass information directly to the S2 section at BN and prevent a saturation of the BN Command net.
This particular enterprise is still totally within the state sector but now in a form of (what might be termed) "venturization" which holds it under the management of state employees yet bringing it partially outside the command net.
There are forums for other leaders: Warrant Officer Net, Platoon Leader, S3-XO, and Command Net.
Immediately upon arrival of 2-70 AR, we pushed the 101st FM hopset to establish a common command net.
Two working together at all times, managed the battalion command net, brigade command net, battalion operations and intelligence (O/I) net, and battalion administrative and logistics (A/L) nets, the blue force tracker, logs, and phones.
To facilitate knowledge exchange and to enhance the professional education of his students, he started a discussion in Command Net by posting a request to current commanders to share their unit's training guidance with his students.
Most units use a RETRANS NET to retransmit the Battalion Command NET.
For two months, Team Cobra held Camp Venom, extending vital command net and MSRT coverage for convoys traveling along ASR Sue, while braving mortar attacks and firefights, demonstrating that Signal Soldiers also make great fighters.
In a SUPSIT B, the composite warfare commanders report to the expeditionary strike group commander on ESF command nets but have separate voice and data nets for use between them and their subordinate units.
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