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David 07-26-2010 03:27 PM

US Defense and Intelligence Acronyms & Abbreviations
 
US Defense and Intelligence Acronyms & Abbreviations


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<DL><DT>A2</DT><DD>Air Force Intelligence Staff Officer (component level) </DD><DT>AA</DT><DD>(1) Attack Assessment; (2) Attrition Analysis; (3) Antiaircraft; (4) Avenue of Approach; (5) Automatic Associator </DD><DT>AAA</DT><DD>(1) Antiaircraft Artillery; (2) Air Avenue of Approach </DD><DT>AAAOB</DT><DD>Antiaircraft Artillery Order of Battle </DD><DT>AABNCP</DT><DD>Advanced Airborne National Command Post </DD><DT>AAC</DT><DD>Alaskan Air Command </DD><DT>AACB</DT><DD>Aeronautics and Astronautics Coordinating Board </DD><DT>AACE</DT><DD>Army Alternate Command and Control Element </DD><DT>AACOMS</DT><DD>Army Area Communications System </DD><DT>AACS</DT><DD>Attitude and Antenna Control Subsystem </DD><DT>AAD</DT><DD>Airborne Assault Division </DD><DT>AADC</DT><DD>(1) Army Air Defense Command; (2) Area Air Defense Commander AADCCS Area Air Defense Command and Control System </DD><DT>AADP</DT><DD>Area Air Defense Plan </DD><DT>AADS</DT><DD>Antiaircraft Defense System </DD><DT>AAE</DT><DD>Army Acquisition Executive </DD><DT>AAF</DT><DD>Army Airfield </DD><DT>AAFES</DT><DD>Army & Air Force Exchange Service </DD><DT>AAFIF</DT><DD>Automated Air Facilities Information File </DD><DT>AAG</DT><DD>Army Artillery Group </DD><DT>AAI</DT><DD>Air-to-Air Intercept </DD><DT>AAIFF</DT><DD>Air-to-Air Identification Friend or Foe </DD><DT>AAM</DT><DD>Air-to-Air Missile </DD><DT>AAO</DT><DD>Analysis of the Area of Operations </DD><DT>AAR</DT><DD>(1) Active Array Radar; (2) After Action Report </DD><DT>AAS</DT><DD>Analyst Automation Segment </DD><DT>AASLT</DT><DD>Air Assault </DD><DT>AATS</DT><DD>Automated Architecture Tool Suite </DD><DT>AAVS</DT><DD>Aerospace Audiovisual Service </DD><DT>AAW</DT><DD>Anti Air Warfare </DD><DT>AAWC</DT><DD>Anti Air Warfare Commander </DD><DT>AB</DT><DD>Air Base </DD><DT>AB2</DT><DD>Air Battle Command System (ABCS) Brigade and Below </DD><DT>ABC</DT><DD>Airborne Corps </DD><DT>ABCCC</DT><DD>Airborne Battlefield Command and Control Center </DD><DT>ABCOMM</DT><DD>Alternate/Backup Communications </DD><DT>ABCS</DT><DD>Army Battle Command System </DD><DT>ABIC</DT><DD>Army Battlefield Interface Concept </DD><DT>ABIT</DT><DD>(1) Airborne Imagery Transmission; (2) Airborne Information Transmission Program </DD><DT>ABM</DT><DD>(1) Antiballistic Missile; (2) Automatic Building Machines </DD><DT>ABMA</DT><DD>Army Ballistic Missile Agency </DD><DT>ABN/Abn</DT><DD>Airborne </DD><DT>ABNCP</DT><DD>(1) Airborne Command Post; (2) Airborne National Command Post </DD><DT>ABR</DT><DD>Available Bit Rate </DD><DT>ABW</DT><DD>Air Base Wing </DD><DT>AC</DT><DD>(1) Air Crew; (2) Active Component; (3) Air Conditioning; (4) Alternating Current </DD><DT>A/C</DT><DD>Aircraft </DD><DT>A2C2</DT><DD>Army Airspace Communications and Control </DD><DT>AC-130</DT><DD>AFSOF Spectre Gunship </DD><DT>AC2SMAN</DT><DD>Alaskan Command and Control System Military Automated Network </DD><DT>AC2MP</DT><DD>Army Command and Control Master Plan </DD><DT>ACA</DT><DD>(1) Alternate Command Authority; (2) Airspace Control Authority </DD><DT>ACAAM</DT><DD>Air Courses of Action Assessment Model </DD><DT>ACACS</DT><DD>Army Command and Area Communications System </DD><DT>ACAT</DT><DD>Acquisition Category </DD><DT>ACC</DT><DD>(1) Access Control Center; (2) Air Control Center; (3) Aviation Component Commander, (4) Air Component Commander, (5) Air Combat Command; (6) Army Component Command </DD><DT>ACCB</DT><DD>Army Configuration Control Board </DD><DT>ACCHAN</DT><DD>Allied Command Channel </DD><DT>ACCIS</DT><DD>Allied Command and Control Information System </DD><DT>ACCISS</DT><DD>(1) Automated Command and Control Intelligence Support System; (2) Alaskan C2 Intelligence Support System </DD><DT>ACCO</DT><DD>Army Central Control Office </DD><DT>ACCS</DT><DD>(1) Airborne Command and Control Squadron; (2) Airborne Command and Control System; (3) Advanced Communications Control System </DD><DT>ACDA</DT><DD>Arms Control and Disarmament Agency </DD><DT>ACDS</DT><DD>Advanced Combat Direction system </DD><DT>ACDUTRA</DT><DD>Active Duty Training </DD><DT>ACE</DT><DD>(1) Allied Command, Europe; (2) Advance Communications Element; (3) Aviation Combat Element; (4) Analysis Control Element; (5) Assistant Corps of Engineers; (6) Airborne Command Element </DD><DT>ACES</DT><DD>Automated Command and Control Evaluation System </DD><DT>ACEVAL</DT><DD>Air Combat Evaluation </DD><DT>ACF</DT><DD>Alternate Command Facility </DD><DT>ACFT</DT><DD>Aircraft </DD><DT>ACI</DT><DD>Airborne Controlled Intercept </DD><DT>ACINT</DT><DD>Acoustic Intelligence </DD><DT>ACIS</DT><DD>Arms Control Intelligence Staff </DD><DT>ACL</DT><DD>Access Control List </DD><DT>ACLANT</DT><DD>Allied Commander Atlantic </DD><DT>ACO</DT><DD>(1) Access Control Officer; (2) Airspace Control Officer </DD><DT>ACOC</DT><DD>(1) Area Communications Operations Center; (2) Air Combat Operations Center </DD><DT>ACOM</DT><DD>Atlantic Command </DD><DT>ACOS</DT><DD>Assistant Chief of Staff </DD><DT>ACOS/I</DT><DD>Assistant Chief of Staff for Intelligence (Navy) </DD><DT>ACOUSTINT</DT><DD>Acoustical Intelligence </DD><DT>ACP</DT><DD>(1) Alternate Command Post; (2) Assault CP; (3) Allied Communications Publications; (4) Airspace Control Plan </DD><DT>ACPERS</DT><DD>Army Civilian Personnel System </DD><DT>ACQ</DT><DD>Acquisition </DD><DT>ACR</DT><DD>(1) Armored Cavalry Regiment; (2) Automated Change Recognition </DD><DT>ACS</DT><DD>(1) Afloat Correlation System; (2) Aerial Common Sensor; (3) AUTODIN Switching Center; (4) Airborne </DD><DT>COMINT</DT><DD>System; (5) Assistant Chief of Staff </DD><DT>ACS/I</DT><DD>Assistant Chief of Staff for Intelligence </DD><DT>ACSA</DT><DD>Allied Communications Security Agency </DD><DT>ACSB</DT><DD>Amphibious Contingency Support Briefs </DD><DT>ACSC</DT><DD>Air Command and Staff College </DD><DT>ACSI</DT><DD>Assistant Chief of Staff Intelligence, HQ USAF </DD><DT>ACT</DT><DD>(1) Air Combat Tactics; (2) Advanced Concepts and Technology Program </DD><DT>ACTD</DT><DD>Advanced Concept Technology Demonstration </DD><DT>ACTEDS</DT><DD>Army Civilian Training, Education, & Development System </DD><DT>ACTS</DT><DD>(1) Advanced Communications Technology; (2) Advanced Communications Technology Satellite </DD><DT>ACUS</DT><DD>(1) Area Common User Systems; (2) Army Common User System </DD><DT>ACV</DT><DD>(1) Armored Command Vehicle; (2) Air Cushion Vehicle; (3) Armored Combat Vehicle </DD><DT>ACW</DT><DD>(1) Aircraft Control and Warning; (2) Anticarrier Warfare; (3) Air Control Wing </DD><DT>AD</DT><DD>(1) Air Defense; (2) Destroyer Tender; (3) Air Division; (4) Artillery Division; (5) Active Duty </DD><DT>A/D</DT><DD>Analog/Digital </DD><DT>ADA</DT><DD>Air Defense Artillery </DD><DT>ADACP</DT><DD>Alcohol & Drug Abuse Control Program </DD><DT>ADAPCP</DT><DD>Alcohol & Drug Abuse Prevention & Control Program </DD><DT>ADAPT</DT><DD>Automated Decisionmaking and Program Timeline </DD><DT>ADARS</DT><DD>Army Defense Acquisition Regulation Supplement </DD><DT>ADATS</DT><DD>Air Defense Antitank System </DD><DT>ADBT</DT><DD>Advanced Data Base Technology </DD><DT>ADC</DT><DD>(1) Aide-de-Camp; (2) Air Direction Center; (3) Assistant Division Commander; (4) Air Data Computer; (5) Air Defense Coordinator </DD><DT>ADCAP</DT><DD>Advanced Capability </DD><DT>ADCC</DT><DD>Air Defense Command Center </DD><DT>ADCCP</DT><DD>Advanced Data Communications Control Procedures </DD><DT>ADCOM</DT><DD>(1) Aerospace Defense Command (now SPACECOM); (2) Administrative Command </DD><DT>ADCON</DT><DD>Administrative Control </DD><DT>ADCSOPS</DT><DD>Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations and Plans </DD><DT>ADD</DT><DD>(1) Air Defense District; (2) Assistant Deputy Director (DIA) </DD><DT>ADDIS</DT><DD>Advanced Deployable Digital Imagery System </DD><DT>ADDISS</DT><DD>Advanced Deployable Digital Imagery Support System </DD><DT>ADDO</DT><DD>Associate Deputy Director of Operations </DD><DT>ADDO(MA)</DT><DD>Associate Deputy Director of Operations for Military Affairs (DIA) </DD><DT>ADDO(MS)</DT><DD>Associate Deputy Director of Operations for Military Support (NSA) </DD><DT>ADDS</DT><DD>Army Data Distribution System </DD><DT>ADDU</DT><DD>Additional Duty </DD><DT>ADE</DT><DD>(1) Audio Deception Emitter; (2) Aerial Delivery Equipment </DD><DT>ADEW</DT><DD>Airborne Directed Energy Weapons </DD><DT>ADF</DT><DD>Automatic Direction Finding </DD><DT>ADFH</DT><DD>Air Deployable Forward Headquarters </DD><DT>ADG</DT><DD>Deperming Ship </DD><DT>ADI</DT><DD>Air Defense Initiative </DD><DT>ADIC</DT><DD>Aerospace Defense Intelligence Center </DD><DT>ADIEC</DT><DD>Army Deployable Imagery Exploitation Capability </DD><DT>ADIO</DT><DD>Additional Duty Intelligence Officer </DD><DT>ADISS</DT><DD>Advanced Defense Intelligence Support System </DD><DT>ADIZ</DT><DD>Air Defense Identification Zone </DD><DT>ADL</DT><DD>(1) Ada Design Language; (2) Armistice Demarcation Line </DD><DT>ADLP</DT><DD>Advanced Datalink Protocol </DD><DT>ADM</DT><DD>(1) Atomic Demolition Munitions; (2) Advanced Development Model; (3) Acquisition Decision Memorandum </DD><DT>Admin</DT><DD>Administration/Administrative </DD><DT>ADN</DT><DD>ACE DGZ Number (NATO) </DD><DT>ADNET</DT><DD>Antidrug Network </DD><DT>ADOC</DT><DD>Air Defense Operations Center </DD><DT>ADP</DT><DD>(1) Automated Data Processing; (2) Airborne Data Processing </DD><DT>ADP-MIS</DT><DD>Automated Data Processing Management Information System </DD><DT>ADP-T</DT><DD>(1) Automated Data Processing and Associated Telecommunications; (2) Automated Data Processing and </DD><DT>Associated</DT><DD>Training </DD><DT>ADPCM</DT><DD>Adaptive Differential Pulse-Code Modulation </DD><DT>ADPE</DT><DD>Automated Data Processing Equipment </DD><DT>ADPS</DT><DD>(1) ASARS Deployable Processing Station; (2) Automated Data Processing System </DD><DT>ADPSSM</DT><DD>Automated Data Processing Systems Security Manual </DD><DT>ADPSSO</DT><DD>ADP Special Security Officer </DD><DT>ADPSSP</DT><DD>Automated Data Processing System Security Program </DD><DT>ADRG</DT><DD>Advanced Digitized Raster Graphics </DD><DT>ADRI</DT><DD>Arc Digital Raster Imagery </DD><DT>ADS</DT><DD>(1) Automated Data System; (2) Air Defense Sector; (3) Airlift Defensive System; (4) Acoustic SOF Detection System; (5) Advanced Distributed Simulation </DD><DT>ADSS</DT><DD>Aerospace Defense Systems Subcommittee </DD><DT>ADSTAR</DT><DD>Advanced Document Storage & Retrieval System </DD><DT>ADSW</DT><DD>Active Duty for Special Work </DD><DT>ADT</DT><DD>(1) Active Duty For Training; (2) Additional Duty Training </DD><DT>ADTLP</DT><DD>Army Doctrine and Training Literature Program </DD><DT>ADTOC</DT><DD>Air Defense Tactical Operations Center </DD><DT>ADTS</DT><DD>Adversary Threat Squadron </DD><DT>ADV</DT><DD>Advance(d) </DD><DT>ADVAL</DT><DD>Air Defense Evaluation Test </DD><DT>ADVON</DT><DD>Advanced Echelon </DD><DT>ADW</DT><DD>Air Defense Warning </DD><DT>ADX</DT><DD>Air Defense Exercise </DD><DT>ADZ</DT><DD>Air Defense Zone </DD><DT>AE</DT><DD>(1) Atomic Energy; (2) Assault Echelon; (3) Ammunition Ship; (4) Aerial Exploitation; Application Entity </DD><DT>AEAO</DT><DD>Airborne Emergency Action Officer </DD><DT>AEB</DT><DD>Aerial Exploitation Battalion </DD><DT>AEC</DT><DD>ASARS Exploitation Cell </DD><DT>AEDS</DT><DD>Atomic Energy Detection System </DD><DT>AEELS</DT><DD>(1) Automatic ELINT Emitter Location System; (2) Airborne ELINT Emitter Location System </DD><DT>AEICC</DT><DD>Area Emergency Information Coordination Center </DD><DT>AEM</DT><DD>Missile Tender </DD><DT>AEMS</DT><DD>Automated Edge Measurement System </DD><DT>AEN</DT><DD>Arbitrary ELINT Notation </DD><DT>AEOS</DT><DD>Advanced Electro-Optical Sensor </DD><DT>AEROFLOT</DT><DD>Former Soviet Union Civil Airline </DD><DT>AES</DT><DD>(1) Atomic Energy Site; (2) Airborne ELINT System </DD><DT>AESC</DT><DD>Aerospace Environmental Support Center </DD><DT>AETC</DT><DD>Air Education and Training Command </DD><DT>AETCAE</DT><DD>Army Europe Technical Control and Analysis Element </DD><DT>AEV</DT><DD>Armored Engineer Vehicle </DD><DT>AEW</DT><DD>Airborne Early Warning </DD><DT>AEW&C</DT><DD>Airborne Early Warning and Control </DD><DT>AF</DT><DD>(1) Air Force; (2) Armed Forces; (3) Stores Ship </DD><DT>AFAC</DT><DD>Airborne Forward Air Controller </DD><DT>AF</DT><DD>ACSI Air Force Chief of Staff Intelligence </DD><DT>AFAITC</DT><DD>Armed Forces Air Intelligence Training Center (Goodfellow AFB, TX). </DD><DT>AFAL</DT><DD>Air Force Armament Laboratory </DD><DT>AFAMPE</DT><DD>USAF Automated Message Processing Exchange </DD><DT>AFAMRL</DT><DD>Air Force Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory </DD><DT>AFAP</DT><DD>Artillery-Fired Atomic Projectile </DD><DT>AFARN</DT><DD>Air Force Air Request Net </DD><DT>AFAS</DT><DD>Advanced Field Artillery System </DD><DT>AFATDS</DT><DD>Advanced Field Artillery Tactical Data System </DD><DT>AFB</DT><DD>(1) Air Force Base; (2) Airframe Bulletin; (3) Antifriction Bearing </DD><DT>AFC</DT><DD>(1) Automatic Frequency Control; (2) All-source Fusion Center (Marine Corps) </DD><DT>AFC4A</DT><DD>USAF Command, Control, Communications and </DD><DT>Computer</DT><DD>Agency </DD><DT>AFCA</DT><DD>Air Force Collection Assets </DD><DT>AFCC</DT><DD>(1) Air Force Communications Command; (2) Air ForceComponent Command </DD><DT>AFCEA</DT><DD>Armed Forces Communications Electronics Association </DD><DT>AFCENT</DT><DD>Allied Forces Central Europe (NATO) </DD><DT>AFCS</DT><DD>(1) Automatic Flight Control System; (2) Army Facility Component System </DD><DT>AFCSC</DT><DD>Air Force Cryptologic Support Center </DD><DT>AFDB</DT><DD>Auxiliary Floating Drydock (large) </DD><DT>AFDD</DT><DD>Air Force Doctrine Document </DD><DT>AFDIGS</DT><DD>Air Force Digital Graphic Systems </DD><DT>AFDL</DT><DD>Auxiliary Floating Drydock (small) </DD><DT>AFDM</DT><DD>Auxiliary Floating Drydock (medium) </DD><DT>AFDT</DT><DD>AEELS Fixed Downlink Terminal </DD><DT>AFEOC</DT><DD>Air Force Emergency Operations Center </DD><DT>AFEWC</DT><DD>Air Force Electronic Warfare Center </DD><DT>AFFIS</DT><DD>Airfield Facilities Information System </DD><DT>AFFOR</DT><DD>Air Force (Component) Forces </DD><DT>AFGCCS</DT><DD>USAF Global Command and Control System </DD><DT>AFGL</DT><DD>Air Force Geophysics Laboratory </DD><DT>AFGWC</DT><DD>Air Force Global Weather Central </DD><DT>AFGWC/FNOC</DT><DD>Air Force Global Weather Center/Fleet Numerical </DD><DT>Operations</DT><DD>Center </DD><DT>AFGWS</DT><DD>Air Force Ground Weather Stations </DD><DT>AFIA</DT><DD>Air Force Intelligence Agency </DD><DT>AFIC</DT><DD>(1) Air Force Information Center; (2) Air Force Intelligence Command; (3) Air Force Intelligence Center </DD><DT>AFICE</DT><DD>Air Forces Iceland </DD><DT>AFICP</DT><DD>Air Force Intelligence Communications Plan </DD><DT>AFIES</DT><DD>Armed Forces Imagery Exploitation System </DD><DT>AFIISP</DT><DD>Air Force Intelligence Information Systems Plan </DD><DT>AFIO</DT><DD>Association of Former Intelligence Officers </DD><DT>AFIP</DT><DD>Air Force Intelligence Plan </DD><DT>AFIS</DT><DD>Air Force Intelligence Service/Study </DD><DT>AFISA</DT><DD>Air Force Intelligence Support Agency </DD><DT>AFIT</DT><DD>Air Force Institute of Technology </DD><DT>AFITC</DT><DD>Air Force Intelligence Training Center </DD><DT>AFIWC</DT><DD>Air Force Information Warfare Center </DD><DT>AFLAN</DT><DD>AFSOC Local/Wide Area Network </DD><DT>AFLANT</DT><DD>U.S. Air Forces, Atlantic </DD><DT>AFLC</DT><DD>Air Force Logistics Command </DD><DT>AFLE</DT><DD>Air Force Liaison Element </DD><DT>AFLO</DT><DD>Air Force Liaison Office </DD><DT>AFM</DT><DD>Air Force Manual </DD><DT>AFMD/GF</DT><DD>Air Forces of the Military District/Group of Forces </DD><DT>AFMC</DT><DD>Air Force Materiel Command </DD><DT>AFMIC</DT><DD>Armed Forces Medical Intelligence Center </DD><DT>AFMPC</DT><DD>Air Force Military Personnel Center </DD><DT>AFMSIS</DT><DD>Air Force Modeling and Simulation Information System </DD><DT>AFMSS</DT><DD>Air Force Mission Support System </DD><DT>AFNET</DT><DD>(1) Air Force Network; (2) Air Force Data Network </DD><DT>AFNORTH</DT><DD>Allied Forces Northern Europe (NATO) </DD><DT>AFNORTHWEST</DT><DD>(1) Allied Forces Northwest Europe (NATO); (2) Air Forces Northwest Region </DD><DT>AFOC</DT><DD>Air Force Operations Center </DD><DT>AFOE</DT><DD>Assault Follow-On Echelon </DD><DT>AFOSI</DT><DD>Air Force Office of Special Investigations </DD><DT>AFOSP</DT><DD>Air Force Office of Security Police </DD><DT>AFOSR</DT><DD>Air Force Office of Scientific Research </DD><DT>AFOTEC</DT><DD>Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Center </DD><DT>AFR</DT><DD>(1) Air Force Reserve; (2) Air Force Regulation </DD><DT>AFRES</DT><DD>Air Force Reserve </DD><DT>AFS</DT><DD>(1) Air Force Station; (2) Combat Stores Ship </DD><DT>AFSAA</DT><DD>Air Force Studies and Analyses Agency </DD><DT>AFSAC</DT><DD>Air Force Special Activities Center </DD><DT>AFSAT</DT><DD>Air Force Satellite </DD><DT>AFSATCOM</DT><DD>Air Force Satellite Communications System </DD><DT>AFSC</DT><DD>(1) Air Force Systems Command; (2) Air Force Specialty Code; (3) Armed Forces Staff College </DD><DT>AFSCOORD</DT><DD>Assistant Fire Support Coordinator </DD><DT>AFSCF</DT><DD>Air Force Satellite Control Facility </DD><DT>AFSCN</DT><DD>Air Force Satellite Control Network </DD><DT>AFSIP</DT><DD>Air Force Satellite Intelligence Program </DD><DT>AFSOB</DT><DD>Air Force Special Operations Base </DD><DT>AFSOC</DT><DD>Air Force Special Operations Command </DD><DT>AFSOD</DT><DD>Air Force Special Operations Detachment </DD><DT>AFSOE</DT><DD>Air Force Special Operations Element </DD><DT>AFSOF</DT><DD>Air Force Special Operations Forces </DD><DT>AFSOS</DT><DD>Air Force Special Operations School </DD><DT>AFSOUTH</DT><DD>Allied Forces Southern Europe (NATO) </DD><DT>AFSOUTHCOM</DT><DD>Air Force Southern Command </DD><DT>AFSPACECOM</DT><DD>Air Force Space Command </DD><DT>AFSPC</DT><DD>Air Force Space Command </DD><DT>AFSPCIP</DT><DD>Air Force Space Command Intelligence Plan </DD><DT>AFSPOC</DT><DD>Air Force Space Operations Center </DD><DT>AFSSE</DT><DD>Air Force Space Surveillance Element </DD><DT>AFSST</DT><DD>Air Force Space Support Team </DD><DT>AFSTC</DT><DD>Air Force Space Technology Center </DD><DT>AFTAC</DT><DD>Air Force Technical Applications Center </DD><DT>AFTACIES</DT><DD>Air Force Tactical Imagery Exploitation System </DD><DT>AFTF</DT><DD>Air Force Task Force </DD><DT>AFTFWC</DT><DD>Air Force Tactical Fighter Weapons Center </DD><DT>AFV</DT><DD>Armored Fighting Vehicle </DD><DT>AF/VC</DT><DD>Air Force Vice Chief of Staff </DD><DT>AFWAL</DT><DD>Air Force Wright Aeronautical Laboratory </DD><DT>AFWARNS</DT><DD>Air Force Warning System </DD><DT>AFWCCS</DT><DD>Air Force Wing Command and Control System </DD><DT>AFWL</DT><DD>Air Force Weapons Laboratory </DD><DT>AG</DT><DD>(1) Adjutant General; (2) Miscellaneous Auxiliary Ship </DD><DT>AGARD</DT><DD>Advisory Group for Aerospace Research and </DD><DT>Development</DT><DD>(NATO) </DD><DT>AGB</DT><DD>Icebreaker </DD><DT>AGC</DT><DD>Automatic Gain Control </DD><DT>AGCCS</DT><DD>Armyé─˘s Global Command and Control System </DD><DT>AGDS</DT><DD>Deep Submergence Support Ship </DD><DT>AGE</DT><DD>Experimental Auxiliary </DD><DT>AGEF</DT><DD>Frigate Research Ship </DD><DT>AGEH</DT><DD>Experimental Auxiliary (Hydrofoil) </DD><DT>AGER</DT><DD>Intelligence Research Ship </DD><DT>AGES</DT><DD>Advanced Ground Exploitation System </DD><DT>AGF</DT><DD>Miscellaneous Command Ship </DD><DT>AGHS</DT><DD>Patrol Combatant Support Ship </DD><DT>AGI</DT><DD>Intelligence Collection Ship </DD><DT>AGL</DT><DD>(1) Buoy Tender; (2) Above Ground Level </DD><DT>AGM</DT><DD>(1) Air-to-Ground Missile; (2) Missile Range Instrumentation Ship </DD><DT>AGMR</DT><DD>Major Communications Relay Ship </DD><DT>AGMS</DT><DD>Armored Ground Mobility System </DD><DT>AGOR</DT><DD>Oceanographic Research Ship </DD><DT>AGOS</DT><DD>(1) Ocean Surveillance Ship; (2) Air-Ground Operations School (NATO); (3) Air-Ground Operations System </DD><DT>AGP</DT><DD>Patrol Craft Tender </DD><DT>AGR</DT><DD>Army Guard Reserve </DD><DT>AGS</DT><DD>(1) Hydrographic Survey Ship; (2) FSU Automatic Grenade Launcher </DD><DT>AGT</DT><DD>Agent </DD><DT>AGZ</DT><DD>Actual Ground Zero </DD><DT>AH</DT><DD>(1) Hospital Ship; (2) Alternate Headquarters </DD><DT>AHFEWS</DT><DD>Army High Frequency Electronic Warfare System </DD><DT>AI</DT><DD>(1) Airborne Intercept; (2) Air Intelligence; (3) Artificial Intelligence; (4) Air Interdiction; (5) Airborne Interceptors; (6) Area of Interest; (7) All-Source Intelligence </DD><DT>A3I</DT><DD>Accelerated Architecture Acquisition Initiative </DD><DT>AIA</DT><DD>(1) Army Intelligence Agency; (2) ACE Intelligence Architecture; (3) ACE Interface Architecture; (4) Air Intelligence Agency </DD><DT>AIAA</DT><DD>American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics </DD><DT>AIA/IRD</DT><DD>Air Intelligence Agency/Intelligence Reserve Detachment </DD><DT>AIAWS</DT><DD>Automated Intelligence Analyst Workstation </DD><DT>AIB</DT><DD>Atlantic Intelligence Board </DD><DT>AIC</DT><DD>(1) Atlantic Intelligence Command; (2) Afloat Intelligence Center </DD><DT>AICBM</DT><DD>Anti-Intercontinental Ballistic Missile </DD><DT>AID</DT><DD>(1) U.S. Agency for International Development; (2) Aerospace Information Digest; (3) Army Information Digest; (4) Accident, Incident, Deficiencies; (5) Active Integral Defense </DD><DT>AIDES</DT><DD>(1) Analyst Intelligence Information Display and </DD><DT>Exploitation</DT><DD>System; (2) Automated Intelligence Display and </DD><DT>Exploitation</DT><DD>System </DD><DT>AIDS</DT><DD>(1) Acoustic Intelligence Data System; (2) Advanced Identification System; (3) Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome </DD><DT>AIF</DT><DD>(1) Automated Installations Intelligence File; (2) Army Industrial Fund; (3) Airfield Installation File; (4) Air Intelligence Flight; (5) Automated Installation File </DD><DT>AIFV</DT><DD>Armored Infantry Fighting Vehicle </DD><DT>AIG</DT><DD>(1) Address Indicator Group; (2) Air Intelligence Group </DD><DT>AIIC</DT><DD>Advanced Imagery Interpretation Course </DD><DT>AIIF</DT><DD>Automated Installation Intelligence File </DD><DT>AIIRS</DT><DD>Automated Intelligence Information Retrieval System </DD><DT>AIM</DT><DD>(1) Air Intercept Missile; (2) Active Inert Missile; (3) ADCOM Intelligence Memorandum </DD><DT>AIMD</DT><DD>Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department </DD><DT>AIMP</DT><DD>(1) Army Intelligence Management Plan; (2) Army Intelligence Master Plan; (3) Advanced Imagery Management Program; (4) Automated Information Management Program </DD><DT>AIMTB</DT><DD>Artificial Intelligence Module Testbed </DD><DT>AIN</DT><DD>Advanced Intelligence Network </DD><DT>AIO</DT><DD>Air Intelligence Officer </DD><DT>AIOEC</DT><DD>Association of Iron Ore Exporting Countries </DD><DT>AIP</DT><DD>(1) Architecture Implementation Plan; (2) Anti-Surface-Warfare Improvement Program </DD><DT>AIPR</DT><DD>Automated Information Processing Request </DD><DT>AIR</DT><DD>American Institute for Research </DD><DT>AIRA</DT><DD>Air Attache </DD><DT>AIRCENT</DT><DD>(1) Air Forces Central Region (NATO); (2) Allied Air Forces Central Europe </DD><DT>AIRCOM</DT><DD>Air Command </DD><DT>AIRCOMTERM</DT><DD>Airborne Communications Terminal </DD><DT>AIRES</DT><DD>Advanced Imagery Requirements and Exploitation System </DD><DT>AIRES</DT><DD>II Airborne Reconnaissance Electronic System II </DD><DT>AIREW</DT><DD>Airborne Infrared Early Warning </DD><DT>AIRK</DT><DD>Area Interswitch Rekeying Key </DD><DT>AIRLO</DT><DD>Air Liaison Officer </DD><DT>AIRREQRECON</DT><DD>Air Request Reconnaissance </DD><DT>AIR</DT><DD>(1) Replenishment Oiler; (2) American Institute of Research </DD><DT>AIRS</DT><DD>(1) Advanced Inertial Reference Sphere; (2) Automated Information Retrieval Systems </DD><DT>AIRTAPS</DT><DD>Aerial Imagery Reconnaissance Tracking and Plotting System </DD><DT>AIS</DT><DD>(1) Automated Indicator System; (2) Advanced Indications Structure; (3) Advanced Indications System; (4) Army </DD><DT>Intelligence</DT><DD>Survey; (5) Automated Information System; (6) Air Intelligence Squadron </DD><DT>AISA</DT><DD>Automated Intelligence Support Activity </DD><DT>AISS</DT><DD>Automated Information Systems Security </DD><DT>AIST</DT><DD>Air Intelligence Support Team </DD><DT>AITE</DT><DD>Advanced Indications Technology Experiment </DD><DT>AIU</DT><DD>Army Interrogation Unit </DD><DT>AIWO</DT><DD>Air Intelligence Warning Officer </DD><DT>AIWS</DT><DD>Advanced Interdiction Weapon System </DD><DT>AJ</DT><DD>Antijamming </DD><DT>AJCC</DT><DD>Alternate Joint Communications Center </DD><DT>AJFP</DT><DD>Adaptive Joint Force Package </DD><DT>AJNPE</DT><DD>Airborne Joint Nuclear Planning Element </DD><DT>A/JSIC</DT><DD>Alternate JSIC </DD><DT>AK</DT><DD>(1) Cargo Ship; (2) FSU Kalashnikov Family of Assault Rifles; (3) Automatic Remote Rekeying </DD><DT>AKA</DT><DD>Also Known As </DD><DT>AKDC</DT><DD>Automatic Key Distribution Center </DD><DT>AKD/RCU</DT><DD>Automatic Key Distribution/Rekeying Control Unit </DD><DT>AKL</DT><DD>Light Cargo Ship </DD><DT>AKM</DT><DD>(1) Apogee Kick Motor; (2) AK-47 Assault Rifle </DD><DT>AKMC</DT><DD>Automated Key Management Center </DD><DT>AKMS</DT><DD>Automated Key Management System </DD><DT>AKR</DT><DD>Vehicle Cargo Ship </DD><DT>AKTCAE</DT><DD>Army Korea Technical Control And Analysis Element </DD><DT>ALAIRCOM</DT><DD>Alaskan Air Command </DD><DT>ALARM</DT><DD>Alert, Locate and Report Missiles </DD><DT>ALASAT</DT><DD>Air-Launched Antisatellite </DD><DT>ALASCOM</DT><DD>Alaskan Communications Inc. </DD><DT>ALB</DT><DD>Air-Land Battle Doctrine (FM 100-5) </DD><DT>ALBM</DT><DD>Air-Launched Ballistic Missile </DD><DT>ALC</DT><DD>Accounting Legend Code </DD><DT>ALCATS</DT><DD>Automated Lines of Communication and Target System </DD><DT>ALCC</DT><DD>Airlift Control Center </DD><DT>ALCE</DT><DD>Airlift Control Element </DD><DT>ALCM</DT><DD>Air-Launched Cruise Missile </DD><DT>ALCOM</DT><DD>Alaskan Command </DD><DT>ALCOP</DT><DD>Alternate Command Post </DD><DT>ALCOR</DT><DD>ARPA Lincoln C-Band Observable Radar </DD><DT>ALCS</DT><DD>Airborne Launch Control System </DD><DT>ALD</DT><DD>Airlift Division </DD><DT>ALE</DT><DD>(1) AIRES Lifecycle Extension; (2) Automated Link Establishment </DD><DT>ALERT</DT><DD>Attack and Launch Early Report to Theater (AF) </DD><DT>ALES</DT><DD>AIRES Life Extension System </DD><DT>ALF</DT><DD>Auxiliary Landing Field </DD><DT>ALFA</DT><DD>Advanced Liaison Forward Area </DD><DT>ALL</DT><DD>Airborne Laser Laboratory </DD><DT>ALMS</DT><DD>Automated Logistics Management System </DD><DT>ALO</DT><DD>(1) Air Liaison Officer; (2) Authorized Level of Organization </DD><DT>ALOC(S)</DT><DD>Air Line(s) of Communication </DD><DT>ALPS</DT><DD>Accidental Launch Protection System </DD><DT>ALRAAM</DT><DD>Air-Launched Long-Range Air-to-Air Missile </DD><DT>ALRP-S</DT><DD>Army Long-Range Plan for Space </DD><DT>ALRPG</DT><DD>Army Long-Range Planning Guidance </DD><DT>ALS</DT><DD>(1) Active Laser Seeker; (2) Airborne Link Segment </DD><DT>ALSA</DT><DD>Air-Land-Sea Application (Center) </DD><DT>ALSS</DT><DD>Advanced Location Strike System </DD><DT>ALT</DT><DD>(1) Alternate; (2) Altitude </DD><DT>ALTAlR</DT><DD>ARPA Long-Range Tracking and Instrumentation Radar </DD><DT>ALTREV</DT><DD>Altitude Reservation </DD><DT>ALUSNA</DT><DD>American Legation U.S. Naval Attache </DD><DT>ALUSNLO</DT><DD>American Legation U.S. Naval Liaison Officer </DD><DT>ALWT</DT><DD>Advanced Lightweight Torpedo </DD><DT>ALWTIC</DT><DD>Annual Land Warfare Technical Intelligence Conference </DD><DT>AM</DT><DD>(1) Ante Meridian (Before Noon); (2) Amplitude Modulation; (3) Asset Manager; (4) Aerographers Mate </DD><DT>AMAB</DT><DD>Air Mobile Assault Brigade </DD><DT>AMASS</DT><DD>(1) Advanced Marine Airborne SlGlNT System; (2) Advanced Marine Air Support System </DD><DT>AMBISS</DT><DD>Automated Map-Based Intelligence Support System </DD><DT>AMC</DT><DD>(1) Airspace Management and Control; (2) Army Materiel </DD><DT>Command</DT><DD>(Formerly DARCOM); (3) Air Mobility Command; (4) Air Mission Commander </DD><DT>AMCC</DT><DD>(1) Ashore Mobile Contingency Communications; (2) Ashore Mobile Command Center </DD><DT>AMC/IN</DT><DD>AMC Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence </DD><DT>AMCIT</DT><DD>American Citizen </DD><DT>AMCM</DT><DD>Airborne Mine Countermeasures </DD><DT>AMD</DT><DD>Activated Metal Decoy </DD><DT>AMDT</DT><DD>AEELS Mobile Downlink Terminal </DD><DT>AME</DT><DD>Airspace Management Element </DD><DT>AMEMB</DT><DD>American Embassy </DD><DT>AMETS</DT><DD>Artillery Meteorological System </DD><DT>AMF</DT><DD>Allied Command Europe Mobile Force (NATO) </DD><DT>AMH</DT><DD>Automated Message Handling </DD><DT>AMHA</DT><DD>Army Management Headquarters Activity </DD><DT>AMHS</DT><DD>Automated Message Handling System </DD><DT>AMIDS</DT><DD>Airborne Mine Detection System </DD><DT>AMIM</DT><DD>Army Modernization Information Memorandum </DD><DT>AMIP</DT><DD>Army Model Improvement Plan </DD><DT>AMIRS</DT><DD>Army Multispectral Imagery Requirements Study </DD><DT>AMIS</DT><DD>Advanced Microwave Imaging Sensor </DD><DT>AMM</DT><DD>Army Modernization Memorandum </DD><DT>Ammo</DT><DD>Ammunition </DD><DT>AMMS</DT><DD>(1) Allowance Material Management System; (2) Acquisition Milestone Management System </DD><DT>AMOPES</DT><DD>Army Mobilization and Operations Planning and Execution </DD><DT>System</DT><DD></DD><DT>AMOPS</DT><DD>Army Mobilization Operations and Planning System </DD><DT>AMOS</DT><DD>Air Force Maui Optical System </DD><DT>AMP</DT><DD>(1) Amplification; (2) Army Modernization Plan; (3) Acquisition Master Plan </DD><DT>AMPDS</DT><DD>Automated Message Processing Dissemination System </DD><DT>AMPE</DT><DD>Automated Message Processing Exchange </DD><DT>AMPHI</DT><DD>Aerial Mission Photographic Indoctrination </DD><DT>AMPHIB</DT><DD>Amphibious </DD><DT>AMPL</DT><DD>Amplitude </DD><DT>AMPS</DT><DD>(1) Automated Mission Planning System; (2) Automated Message Processing System; (3) Aim Point System </DD><DT>AMRAAM</DT><DD>Advanced Medium-Range Air-to-Air Missile </DD><DT>AMRWS</DT><DD>Advanced Remote Miniaturized Weather Station </DD><DT>AMS</DT><DD>(1) Automated Message System; (2) Auto-Manual System; (3) Autonomous Message Switch; (4) Advanced Mapping Spectrometer </DD><DT>AMSAT</DT><DD>Amateur Radio Satellite </DD><DT>AMSC</DT><DD>Advanced Military Spaceflight Capability </DD><DT>AMS-H</DT><DD>Advanced Missile System Heavy </DD><DT>AMSSA</DT><DD>Assured Mission Support Space Architecture </DD><DT>AMST</DT><DD>Advanced Medium STOL Transport </DD><DT>AMT</DT><DD>ACTS Mobile Terminal </DD><DT>AMTF</DT><DD>Airmobile Task Force </DD><DT>AMTP</DT><DD>Army Mission Training Plan </DD><DT>AMU</DT><DD>Astronaut Maneuvering Unit </DD><DT>AMW</DT><DD>Amphibious Warfare </DD><DT>AN</DT><DD>(1) Net Tender; (2) Army/Navy </DD><DT>ANALIT</DT><DD>Analyst-to-Analyst Message Format </DD><DT>ANC</DT><DD>African National Congress </DD><DT>ANCC</DT><DD>(1) Ashore Navy Communications Capability; (2) Automated Network Control Center </DD><DT>ANDVT</DT><DD>Advanced Narrowband Digital Voice Terminal </DD><DT>ANEX</DT><DD>Analyst-to-Analyst Exchange Message Format </DD><DT>ANFO</DT><DD>Ammonium Nitrate Fuel Oil </DD><DT>ANG</DT><DD>Air National Guard </DD><DT>ANGB</DT><DD>Army National Guard Base </DD><DT>ANGLlCO</DT><DD>Air and Naval Gunfire Liaison Company </DD><DT>ANL</DT><DD>Net-Laying Ship </DD><DT>ANLYS</DT><DD>Analysis </DD><DT>ANMCC</DT><DD>Alternate National Military Command Center </DD><DT>ANMIC</DT><DD>Alternate National Military Intelligence Center </DD><DT>ANR</DT><DD>(1) Alaskan NORAD Region; (2) Active Noise Reduction </DD><DT>ANRPC</DT><DD>Association of Natural Rubber-Producing Countries </DD><DT>ANSI</DT><DD>American National Standards Institute </DD><DT>ANVIS</DT><DD>Aviatoré─˘s Night Vision Imaging System </DD><DT>AN/VRC</DT><DD>Army Navy Vehicle Radio Communications </DD><DT>ANZUS</DT><DD>Australia, New Zealand, United States </DD><DT>AO</DT><DD>(1) Action Officer; (2) Oiler; (3) Authenticator Organization; (4) Area of Operations; (5) Aerial Observer </DD><DT>AOA</DT><DD>(1) Amphibious Objective Area; (2) Angle of Attack; (3) Angle of Arrival; (4) Airborne Optical Adjunct </DD><DT>AOB</DT><DD>(1) Air Order of Battle; (2) Advanced Operational Base </DD><DT>AOBTS</DT><DD>Air Order of Battle Textual Summary </DD><DT>AOC</DT><DD>(1) Air Officer Commanding (U.K.); (2) Air Operations Center; (3) Army Operations Center </DD><DT>AOCC</DT><DD>Area Operations Control Center </DD><DT>AOCS</DT><DD>Aviation Officers Candidate School </DD><DT>AOE</DT><DD>Fast Combat Support Ship </DD><DT>AOFDA</DT><DD>U.S. AID Office for Foreign Disaster Assistance </DD><DT>AOG</DT><DD>Gasoline Tanker </DD><DT>AOI</DT><DD>(1) Area of Influence; (2) Area of Interest </DD><DT>AOIC</DT><DD>Assistant Officer in Charge </DD><DT>AOIR</DT><DD>(1) ACE Operational Intelligence Requirements; (2) Area of Intelligence Responsibility </DD><DT>AOL</DT><DD>Area of Limitation </DD><DT>AO&M/NM</DT><DD>Administration, Operations, and Maintenance/Network </DD><DT>Management</DT><DD></DD><DT>AOO</DT><DD>Air Operations Order </DD><DT>AOP</DT><DD>(1) Area of Probability; (2) Air Operations Plan </DD><DT>AOR</DT><DD>Area of Responsibility </DD><DT>AOS</DT><DD>(1) Special Liquids Tanker; (2) Amphibious Objective Study; (3) Area of Separation </DD><DT>AOSG</DT><DD>Amphibious Operation Support Graphic </DD><DT>AOSS</DT><DD>Automated Office Support System </DD><DT>AOT</DT><DD>Transport Oiler </DD><DT>AOTF</DT><DD>Acoustic-Optic Tunable Filter </DD><DT>AP</DT><DD>(1) Armor-Piercing; (2) Air Police; (3) Transport Ship; (4) Associated Press; (5) Ammonium Perchlorate; (6) Antipersonnel; (7) Application Processor </DD><DT>AP-I</DT><DD>Armor Piercing Incendiary </DD><DT>APB</DT><DD>(1) Self-Propelled Barracks Ship; (2) All Points Bulletin; (3) Antipersonnel Bomb; (4) Acquisition Program Baseline </DD><DT>APC</DT><DD>(1) Armored Personnel Carrier; (2) Area of Positive Control; (3) Adaptive Predictive Coding </DD><DT>APCC</DT><DD>Alternate Processing and Correlation Center </DD><DT>APFSDS</DT><DD>Armor-Piercing, Fin-Stabilized, Discarding Sabot </DD><DT>APHIS</DT><DD>USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service </DD><DT>APL</DT><DD>(1) Barracks Craft (non self-propelled); (2) Applied Physics Laboratory (Johns Hopkins University) </DD><DT>APM</DT><DD>Army Program Memorandum </DD><DT>APMS</DT><DD>(1) Automated Production Management System; (2) Advanced Precision Measurement System </DD><DT>APO</DT><DD>(1) Army Post Office; (2) Air Post Office </DD><DT>APOD</DT><DD>Aerial Port of Debarkation </DD><DT>APOE</DT><DD>Aerial Port of Embarkation </DD><DT>APORTS</DT><DD>Aerial Ports File (JOPES) </DD><DT>APP</DT><DD>Application </DD><DT>APPS</DT><DD>Applications </DD><DT>Appl</DT><DD>Application </DD><DT>Approx</DT><DD>Approximately </DD><DT>APPS</DT><DD>Analytical Photogrammetric Position System </DD><DT>APS</DT><DD>(1) ASARS-II Processing Segment; (2) Air Planning System </DD><DT>APT</DT><DD>(1) Automatic Picture Transmission; (2) Airport </DD><DT>APU</DT><DD>Auxiliary Power Unit </DD><DT>APVO</DT><DD>FSU Air Defense Aviation </DD><DT>APW</DT><DD>American Prisoner of War </DD><DT>AQF</DT><DD>Advanced QUICKFIX </DD><DT>AR</DT><DD>(1) Advanced Readiness; (2) Army Regulation; (3) Action Required; (4) Repair Ship; (5) Agent Report; (6) Army Reserve; (7) Army </DD><DT>ARABSAT</DT><DD>Arab Satellite (Communications Organization) </DD><DT>ARB</DT><DD>Battle Damage Repair Ship </DD><DT>ARC</DT><DD>(1) Cable Ship; (2) Acquisition Review Committee; (3) Armored Reconnaissance Carrier; (4) Air Reserve Component </DD><DT>ARCENT</DT><DD>U.S. Army Forces Central Command </DD><DT>ARCENT-K</DT><DD>USACENT forward element-Kuwait </DD><DT>ARCENT-SA</DT><DD>USACENT forward element-Saudi Arabia </DD><DT>ARCH</DT><DD>Architecture </DD><DT>ARCOM</DT><DD>Army Command </DD><DT>ARDC</DT><DD>Air Research and Development Command </DD><DT>AREC</DT><DD>Air Element Coordinator </DD><DT>ARCS</DT><DD>(1) Automated Reproduction and Collating System; (2) Acquisition Radar and Control System </DD><DT>ARD</DT><DD>Auxiliary Repair Drydock </DD><DT>ARDF</DT><DD>Airborne Radio Direction Finding </DD><DT>ARDM</DT><DD>Auxiliary Repair Drydock </DD><DT>AREPT</DT><DD>Agent Report </DD><DT>ARF</DT><DD>Airborne Relay Facility </DD><DT>ARFCOS</DT><DD>Armed Forces Courier Service </DD><DT>ARFOR</DT><DD>Army Force(s) </DD><DT>ARG</DT><DD>(1) Amphibious Readiness Group; (2) Internal Combustion Engine Repair Ship </DD><DT>ARIS</DT><DD>Advanced Range Instrumentation Ship </DD><DT>ARL</DT><DD>(1) Landing Craft Repair Ship; (2) Airborne Reconnaissance Low; (3) Army Research Lab; (4) Aerial Reconnaissance Liaison </DD><DT>ARL-I</DT><DD>Airborne Reconnaissance Low-Imagery </DD><DT>ARLANT</DT><DD>U.S. Army Forces, LANTCOM </DD><DT>ARLEA</DT><DD>Army Logistics Evaluation Agency </DD><DT>ARLO</DT><DD>Air Reconnaissance Liaison Officer </DD><DT>ARM</DT><DD>(1) Antiradiation Missile; (2) Atmospheric Radiation Measurement </DD><DT>ARMA</DT><DD>Army Attache </DD><DT>ARMISE</DT><DD>Army Reserve Military Intelligence Support Element </DD><DT>ARMLO</DT><DD>Army Liaison Officer </DD><DT>ARMS</DT><DD>Automated Resource Management System </DD><DT>ARNG</DT><DD>Army National Guard </DD><DT>ARO</DT><DD>(1) Area Records Officer; (2) Auxiliary Readout </DD><DT>ARP</DT><DD>Alert Response Plan </DD><DT>ARPA</DT><DD>Advanced Research Projects Agency </DD><DT>ARPAC</DT><DD>Army Pacific </DD><DT>ARPANET</DT><DD>Advanced Research Projects Agency Network </DD><DT>ARPS</DT><DD>Advanced Radar Processing System </DD><DT>ARPV</DT><DD>Advanced Remotely Piloted Vehicle </DD><DT>ARR</DT><DD>Radiological Repair Ship </DD><DT>ARRC</DT><DD>(1) ACE Rapid Reaction Corps; (2) Allied Rapid Reaction Corps </DD><DT>ARRN</DT><DD>Andean Ridge Radar Network </DD><DT>ARRS</DT><DD>Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Service </DD><DT>ARS</DT><DD>(1) Salvage and Rescue Ship; (2) Aerial Reconnaissance and Surveillance; (3) Airborne Receiver System; (4) Air Rescue Service </DD><DT>ARSA</DT><DD>(1) Annual Reevaluation of Safe Areas; (2) Airborne Reconnaissance and Surveillance Architecture </DD><DT>ARSGS</DT><DD>Airborne Reconnaissance SIGINT Ground Systems </DD><DT>ARSO</DT><DD>Assistant Regional Security Officer </DD><DT>ARSOA</DT><DD>Army Special Operations Aviation </DD><DT>ARSOC</DT><DD>Army Special Operations Command </DD><DT>ARSOF</DT><DD>Army Special Operations Forces </DD><DT>ARSOFE</DT><DD>Army Special Operations Forces, Europe </DD><DT>ARSOFSUPCOM</DT><DD>Army Special Operations Forces Support Command </DD><DT>ARSOTF</DT><DD>Army Special Operations Task Force </DD><DT>ARSP</DT><DD>Advanced Reconnaissance Support Program </DD><DT>ARSPACE</DT><DD>Army Space Command </DD><DT>ARSPACECOM</DT><DD>Army Space Command </DD><DT>ARSPOC</DT><DD>Army Space Operations Center </DD><DT>ARSST</DT><DD>Army Space Command Space Support Team </DD><DT>ARSTAF</DT><DD>Army Staff </DD><DT>ART</DT><DD>(1) Aerial Reconnaissance Team; (2) Amateur Radio Transceiver </DD><DT>ARTADS</DT><DD>Army Tactical Data System </DD><DT>ARTAS-K</DT><DD>Army Training and Support-Kuwait (former name for ARCENT-K) </DD><DT>ARTBASS</DT><DD>Army Training Battle Simulation Systems </DD><DT>ARTCC</DT><DD>Air Route Traffic and Control Center </DD><DT>ARTEP</DT><DD>(1) Army Readiness Training Evaluation Program; (2) Army Training and Evaluation Program </DD><DT>ARTISS</DT><DD>Advanced Requirements Tasking Information and </DD><DT>Support</DT><DD>System </DD><DT>ARTPP</DT><DD>Airborne Reconnaissance Technology Program Plan </DD><DT>ARTS</DT><DD>Automated Remote Tracking Station </DD><DT>ARTY</DT><DD>Artillery </DD><DT>ARV</DT><DD>(1) Armored Recovery Vehicle; (2) Armored Reconnaissance Vehicle; (3) Aircraft Repair Ship </DD><DT>ARW</DT><DD>Air Refueling Wing </DD><DT>AS</DT><DD>(1) Submarine Tender; (2) Air Surveillance; (3) Analysis Subsystem; (4) Air Station; (5) Anti Spoofing; (6) Advanced Sensors </DD><DT>ASA</DT><DD>Army Space Agency </DD><DT>ASA</DT><DD>(M&RA)Assistant Secretary of the Army (Manpower and </DD><DT>Reserve</DT><DD>Affairs) </DD><DT>ASAB</DT><DD>All-Source Analysis Branch </DD><DT>ASAC</DT><DD>All-Source Analysis Center </DD><DT>ASAP</DT><DD>(1) As Soon As Possible; (2) Advanced Sensor Applications Program </DD><DT>ASAR</DT><DD>Advanced Synthetic Aperture Radar </DD><DT>ASARC</DT><DD>Army Systems Acquisition Review Council </DD><DT>ASARS</DT><DD>Advanced Synthetic Aperture Radar System </DD><DT>ASART</DT><DD>(1) AEELS Support Analysis Reporting Terminal; (2) Analysis Support and Reporting Terminal </DD><DT>ASAS</DT><DD>All-Source Analysis System </DD><DT>ASAS-AS</DT><DD>All-Source Analysis System All-Source Workstation </DD><DT>ASAS-E</DT><DD>All-Source Analysis System-Extended </DD><DT>ASAS-SS</DT><DD>All-Source Analysis System Single-Source Workstation </DD><DT>ASAS-W</DT><DD>All-Source Analysis System WARRIOR </DD><DT>ASAT</DT><DD>(1) Antisatellite; (2) Antisatellite Treaty; (3) Advance Satellite Antenna Technology </DD><DT>ASB</DT><DD>(1) Air Surveillance Broadcast; (2) Army Science Board </DD><DT>ASC</DT><DD>(1) AUTODlN Switching Center; (2) Army Service Component; (3) Army Space Command; (4) Advanced Systems Course </DD><DT>ASCAMP</DT><DD>Advanced Single-Channel Manpack </DD><DT>ASCII</DT><DD>American Standard Code for Information Interchange </DD><DT>ASCC</DT><DD>(1) Air Standardization Coordinating Committee; (2) Alternate Space Control Center </DD><DT>ASCII</DT><DD>American National Standard Code for Information Interchange </DD><DT>ASCM</DT><DD>Antiship Cruise Missile </DD><DT>ASCON</DT><DD>Automatic Switched Communications Network </DD><DT>ASD</DT><DD>Assistant Secretary of Defense </DD><DT>ASD</DT><DD>(C3I) Assistant Secretary of Defense (Command, Control, </DD><DT>Communications,</DT><DD>and Intelligence) </DD><DT>ASD</DT><DD>(C4I) Assistant Secretary of Defense (Command, Control, </DD><DT>Communications,</DT><DD>Computers and Intelligence) </DD><DT>ASD</DT><DD>(ISA) Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs </DD><DT>ASD</DT><DD>(S&R) Assistant Secretary of Defense for Strategy and Requirements </DD><DT>ASD</DT><DD>(SO/LIC) Assistant Secretary of Defense for Special Operations and Low </DD><DT>Intensity</DT><DD>Conflict </DD><DT>ASDC</DT><DD>Advanced Space Data Corporation </DD><DT>ASDEP</DT><DD>Army Space Exploitation Demonstration Programs </DD><DT>ASDIA</DT><DD>All-Source Document Index </DD><DT>ASDIAZ</DT><DD>All-Source Document Index Automated </DD><DT>File-Compartmented</DT><DD></DD><DT>ASDIAZO</DT><DD>All-Source Document Index Automated File-ORCON </DD><DT>ASDIC</DT><DD>Armed Services Documents Intelligence Center </DD><DT>ASDS</DT><DD>(1) Automated SlGlNT Dissemination System; (2) Advanced SEAL Delivery System </DD><DT>ASDV</DT><DD>Auxiliary SEAL Delivery Vehicle </DD><DT>ASE</DT><DD>(1) Aircraft Survivability Equipment; (2) Airborne Support Element </DD><DT>ASEAN</DT><DD>Association of Southeast Asian Nations </DD><DT>ASED</DT><DD>Army Space Exploitation Demonstration </DD><DT>ASEDP</DT><DD>Army Space Exploitation Demonstration Program </DD><DT>ASEMA</DT><DD>Army Special Electronic Mission Aircraft </DD><DT>ASF</DT><DD>All-Source Format </DD><DT>ASFC</DT><DD>All-Source Fusion Center </DD><DT>ASG</DT><DD>Area Support Group </DD><DT>ASGOBS</DT><DD>Army Standard Ground Order of Battle System </DD><DT>ASI</DT><DD>(1) Additional Skill Indicator; (2) U.S. Army Space Institute; (3) All-Source Intelligence </DD><DT>ASIC</DT><DD>All-Source Intelligence Center </DD><DT>ASICC</DT><DD>All-Source Intelligence Coordinating Center </DD><DT>ASIDS</DT><DD>Airborne Secondary Imagery Dissemination System </DD><DT>ASIP</DT><DD>All-Source Imagery Processor </DD><DT>ASIPS</DT><DD>Army Standard Intelligence Plotter System </DD><DT>ASIS</DT><DD>Army Space Initiatives Study </DD><DT>ASIT</DT><DD>Adaptable Surface Interface Terminal </DD><DT>ASM</DT><DD>(1) Air-to-Surface Missile; (2) Antiship Missile; (3) Attache Support Message </DD><DT>ASMD</DT><DD>Antiship Missile Defense </DD><DT>ASMT</DT><DD>Assessment </DD><DT>ASN</DT><DD>(RDA) Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Research, Development and </DD><DT>Acquisition)</DT><DD></DD><DT>ASOC</DT><DD>Air Support Operations Center </DD><DT>ASOG</DT><DD>Air Support Operations Group </DD><DT>ASOS</DT><DD>Air Support Operations Squadron </DD><DT>ASP</DT><DD>Ammunition Supply Point </DD><DT>ASPAC</DT><DD>Asian and Pacific Council </DD><DT>ASPADOC</DT><DD>Alternate Space Defense Operations Command </DD><DT>ASPB</DT><DD>Assault Patrol Support Boat (Riverine Warfare Craft) </DD><DT>ASPIC</DT><DD>Armed Services Personnel Interrogation Center </DD><DT>ASPJ</DT><DD>Airborne/Advanced Self-Protection Jammer </DD><DT>ASPO</DT><DD>Army Space Program Office </DD><DT>ASPS</DT><DD>All-Source Production Section </DD><DT>ASR</DT><DD>(1) Submarine Rescue Ship; (2) Airport Surveillance Radar; (3) Adaptive Situation Recognizer </DD><DT>ASRP</DT><DD>(1) Airborne SlGlNT Reconnaissance Program; (2) Airborne SIOP Reconnaissance Plan </DD><DT>ASRRS</DT><DD>Army Survivable, Recovery and Reconstitution System </DD><DT>ASSC</DT><DD>Alternate Space Surveillance Center </DD><DT>ASSET</DT><DD>All Source Satellite Evaluation Tool </DD><DT>ASSIST</DT><DD>(1) Army System for Standard Intelligence Support Terminals; (2) Automated Special Security Terminals; (3) Automated Special Security Information System; (4) Automated Information System Security Incident </DD><DT>Support</DT><DD>Team </DD><DT>ASSM</DT><DD>Antiship Surface Missile </DD><DT>ASSOTW</DT><DD>Airfields and Seaplane Stations of the World </DD><DT>ASSR</DT><DD>Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic </DD><DT>ASST</DT><DD>(1) Antiship Surveillance and Tracking; (2) Assistant </DD><DT>ASSW</DT><DD>Antisurface Ship Warfare </DD><DT>ASTAG</DT><DD>Army Service and Technology Advisory Group </DD><DT>ASTEC</DT><DD>Advanced Satellite Technology and Extremely High </DD><DT>Frequency</DT><DD>Communications </DD><DT>ASTERIX</DT><DD>Automated Analyst Support Tools </DD><DT>ASTMP</DT><DD>Army Science and Technology Master Plan </DD><DT>ASTP</DT><DD>APOLLO-SOYUZ Test Program </DD><DT>ASU</DT><DD>(1) FSU Airborne Self-Propelled Antitank Gun; (2) Approved for Service Use </DD><DT>ASUW</DT><DD>Antisurface Warfare </DD><DT>ASU</DT><DD>SWA Administrative Support Unit Southwest Asia </DD><DT>ASUWC</DT><DD>Antisurface Warfare Commander </DD><DT>ASV</DT><DD>Armored Support Vehicle </DD><DT>ASW</DT><DD>(1) Antisubmarine Warfare; (2) Aircrew Survival Weapon </DD><DT>ASWC</DT><DD>Antisubmarine Warfare Commander </DD><DT>ASWCCS</DT><DD>Antisubmarine Warfare Command and Control System </DD><DT>ASWOC</DT><DD>Antisubmarine Warfare Operations Center </DD><DT>ASWTF</DT><DD>Antisubmarine Warfare Task Force </DD><DT>AT</DT><DD>(1) Antitank; (2) Air Transit; (3) Simple Antenna (Electronic Component); (4) Air Technician; (5) Awaiting Transportation; (6) Antiterrorism, (7) Annual Training </DD><DT>ATA</DT><DD>(1) Actual Time of Arrival; (2) Ocean Tug; (3) Air Transport Association; (4) Advanced Tactical Aircraft; (5) Air Traffic </DD><DT>Agency</DT><DD></DD><DT>ATAC</DT><DD>ASAP Technical Advisory Committee </DD><DT>ATACC</DT><DD>Advanced Tactical Air Command Center </DD><DT>ATACMS</DT><DD>(U.S.) Army Tactical Missile System </DD><DT>ATACMS</DT><DD>ER Army Tactical Missile System Extended Range </DD><DT>ATACS</DT><DD>(1) Analyst-to-Analyst Communications Service; (2) Army Tactical Communications System </DD><DT>ATAF</DT><DD>Allied Tactical Air Force (NATO) </DD><DT>ATARS</DT><DD>Advanced Tactical Aerial Reconnaissance System </DD><DT>ATAS</DT><DD>(1) Air-To-Air Stinger; (2) Automatic Terrain Avoidance System </DD><DT>ATB</DT><DD>(1) Air Technical Battalion; (2) Advanced Technology Bomber </DD><DT>ATBM</DT><DD>Antitactical Ballistic Missile </DD><DT>ATC</DT><DD>(1) Air Traffic Control; (2) Air Training Command, USAF; (3) Air Target Chart; (4) Mini-Armored Troop Carrier (Riverine </DD><DT>Warfare</DT><DD>Craft) </DD><DT>ATCAE</DT><DD>Army Technical Control and Analysis Element </DD><DT>ATCC</DT><DD>Air Traffic Control Center </DD><DT>ATCCS</DT><DD>Army Tactical Command and Control System </DD><DT>ATCH</DT><DD>ASW Torpedo-Carrying Helicopter </DD><DT>ATCU</DT><DD>Airfield Traffic Control Unit </DD><DT>ATD</DT><DD>(1) Actual Time of Departure; (2) Advanced Technology Demonstration </DD><DT>ATDB</DT><DD>ACE Target Data Base </DD><DT>ATD/IFD</DT><DD>Advanced Technology Demonstration/Integrated </DD><DT>Feasibility</DT><DD>Demonstration </DD><DT>ATDL</DT><DD>Automated Tactical Data Link </DD><DT>ATDS</DT><DD>Airborne Tactical Data System </DD><DT>ATE</DT><DD>Automatic Test Equipment </DD><DT>ATETS</DT><DD>Atomic Heat and Powerplant </DD><DT>ATF</DT><DD>(1) Advanced Tactical Fighter; (2) Amphibious Task Force; (3) Fleet Ocean Tug; (4) Aviation Turbine Fuel; (5) After the Fact </DD><DT>ATFD</DT><DD>Automated Tactical Fusion Division </DD><DT>ATGIN</DT><DD>Atomic Ground Intercept </DD><DT>ATGL</DT><DD>Antitank Guided Launcher </DD><DT>ATGM</DT><DD>Antitank Guided Missile </DD><DT>ATH</DT><DD>Above The Horizon </DD><DT>ATI</DT><DD>Automated Tactical Intelligence </DD><DT>ATIC</DT><DD>Aircraft Technical Intelligence Conference </DD><DT>ATIMS</DT><DD>Advanced Technical Information Management System </DD><DT>ATL</DT><DD>ACE Threat List </DD><DT>ATLIS</DT><DD>Airborne Tracking Laser Identification System atm Atmosphere </DD><DT>ATM</DT><DD>(1) Antitank Missile; (2) Air Target Materials; (3) Air </DD><DT>Target</DT><DD>Mosaic; (4) Antitactical Missile; (5) Asynchronous Transfer Mode; (6) Air Tasking Message </DD><DT>A-TM</DT><DD>Alpha Team (Special Forces Operational Detachment) </DD><DT>ATMDE</DT><DD>Army Theater Missile Defense Element </DD><DT>ATMG</DT><DD>Arms Transfer Management Group </DD><DT>ATMOS</DT><DD>Atmospheric Trace Molecules Spectroscopy </DD><DT>ATMP</DT><DD>Air Target Materials Program </DD><DT>ATO</DT><DD>(1) Air Tasking Order; (2) Abort-To-Orbit </DD><DT>ATOC</DT><DD>Allied Tactical Operations Center (NATO) </DD><DT>AFTOCONF</DT><DD>Air Tasking Order Confirmation </DD><DT>ATOL</DT><DD>Assisted Takeoff & Landing </DD><DT>ATOS</DT><DD>Atlantic Theater Operational Intelligence System </DD><DT>ATP</DT><DD>(1) Allied Tactical Publication (NATO); (2) Advanced Technology Program; (3) Advanced Tracking Prototype; (4) Advanced </DD><DT>Tactical</DT><DD>Planner </DD><DT>ATP-FO</DT><DD>Automated Tracking Prototype Follow-On </DD><DT>ATP/RMBUX</DT><DD>Advance Tracking Prototype/Rocky Mountain Basic UNIX </DD><DT>ATR</DT><DD>Automatic Target Recognition </DD><DT>ATRS</DT><DD>Advanced Tactical Reconnaissance System </DD><DT>ATS</DT><DD>(1) Salvage and Rescue Ship; (2) Automated Tasking System; (3) Audit Trail Server; (4) Applications Technology Satellite </DD><DT>ATSS</DT><DD>Alaskan Transportable Satellite System </DD><DT>AT&T</DT><DD>American Telephone and Telegraph </DD><DT>ATT</DT><DD>Technical Assistance Training Team </DD><DT>ATTCS</DT><DD>Army Tactical Command and Control System </DD><DT>ATTD</DT><DD>Advanced Technology Transition Demonstration </DD><DT>ATTE</DT><DD>Assistant Theater Topographic Engineer </DD><DT>ATTG</DT><DD>Automated Tactical Target Graphic </DD><DT>ATTN/Attn</DT><DD>Attention (to the attention of) </DD><DT>ATTP</DT><DD>ACOM Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures </DD><DT>ATWC</DT><DD>Atmospheric Tactical Warning Connectivity </DD><DT>AU</DT><DD>Air University </DD><DT>AUD</DT><DD>Arbitrary Unit Designator </DD><DT>AUGTDA</DT><DD>Augmentation Table of Distribution and Allowances </DD><DT>AUM</DT><DD>Air-to-Underwater Missile </DD><DT>AUS</DT><DD>Army of the United States </DD><DT>AUSA</DT><DD>Association of the United States Army </DD><DT>AUSCANUKUS</DT><DD>Australia, Canada, United Kingdom, United States </DD><DT>AUSD</DT><DD>Assistant Deputy Under Secretary for Defense </DD><DT>AutoID</DT><DD>Automatic Identification </DD><DT>AUTODIN</DT><DD>Automatic Digital Network </DD><DT>AUTOSEC</DT><DD>Automation Security </DD><DT>AUTOSEVOCOM</DT><DD>Automatic Secure Voice Communications Network </DD><DT>AUTOVON</DT><DD>Automatic Voice Network </DD><DT>AUTUMN</DT><DD>FORGE NATO Exercise </DD><DT>AUXCP</DT><DD>Auxiliary Command Post </DD><DT>AV</DT><DD>(1) Armored Vehicle; (2) Audio-Visual; (3) Air Vehicle; (4) Auxiliary Vector </DD><DT>AVCS</DT><DD>Attitude and Velocity Control System </DD><DT>AVF</DT><DD>All-Volunteer Force </DD><DT>AVGAS</DT><DD>Aviation Gasoline </DD><DT>AVHRR</DT><DD>Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer </DD><DT>AVIM</DT><DD>Aviation Intermediate Maintenance </DD><DT>AVLB</DT><DD>Armored Vehicle-Launched Bridge </DD><DT>AVMF</DT><DD>FSU Naval Aviation </DD><DT>AVMT</DT><DD>Aviation Maintenance Trainer </DD><DT>AVN</DT><DD>Aviation </DD><DT>AVP</DT><DD>Authorized Vendor Program </DD><DT>AVR</DT><DD>Aircraft Rescue Vehicle </DD><DT>AVSAT</DT><DD>Aviation Satellite System </DD><DT>AVSCOM</DT><DD>Aviation System Command </DD><DT>AVT</DT><DD>Auxiliary Aircraft Landing Training Ship </DD><DT>AVUM</DT><DD>Aviation Unit Maintenance </DD><DT>AW</DT><DD>(1) Air Warning; (2) Automatic Weapon(s); (3) Water Tanker; (4) All-Weather </DD><DT>AWACS</DT><DD>Airborne Warning and Control System </DD><DT>AWADS</DT><DD>Adverse Weather Aerial Delivery System </DD><DT>AWARS</DT><DD>All-Weather Reconnaissance System </DD><DT>AWC</DT><DD>(1) Air War College; (2) Army War College; (3) Air Warfare Center </DD><DT>AWDS</DT><DD>Automated Weather Distribution System </DD><DT>AWE</DT><DD>Advanced Warfighting Experiment </DD><DT>AWESS</DT><DD>I Automatic Weapon Effect Signature Simulator </DD><DT>AWGN</DT><DD>Additive White Gaussian Noise </DD><DT>AWIS</DT><DD>(1) Army WWMCCS Information System; (2) Aircraft Wireless Intercom System </DD><DT>AWN</DT><DD>Automated Weather Network </DD><DT>AWOP</DT><DD>(1) Absent Without Pay; (2) Automated Weaponeering Optimization Program </DD><DT>AWS</DT><DD>(1) Air Weather Service; (2) Advance Warning System; (3) Analyst Workstation </DD><DT>AWSS</DT><DD>Area Weapon Scoring System </DD><DT>AWT</DT><DD>Water Transport </DD><DT>AWWIMS</DT><DD>Automated Worldwide Warning Indicator Monitoring System </DD><DT>AWX</DT><DD>All-Weather </DD><DT>AXAF</DT><DD>Advanced X-ray Astrophysics Facility </DD><DT>AXP</DT><DD>Allied Exercise Publication </DD><DT>AXT</DT><DD>Training Ship </DD><DT>AZ</DT><DD>Azimuth </DD></DL>B

<DL><DT>BA</DT><DD>(1) Budget Authority; (2) Budget Activity </DD><DT>BAA</DT><DD>Broad Agency Announcement </DD><DT>BAC</DT><DD>(1) Budget Activity Code; (2) Broad Area Coverage </DD><DT>BAD</DT><DD>Baseline Assessment Document </DD><DT>BADGE</DT><DD>FINDER Proper Name of System </DD><DT>BADGE</DT><DD>KEEPER Proper Name of System </DD><DT>BAE</DT><DD>Battlefield Area Evaluation </DD><DT>BAG</DT><DD>Battalion Artillery Group </DD><DT>BAI</DT><DD>(1) Battlefield Air Interdiction; (2) Backup Aircraft Inventory; (3) Battlefield Artificial Intelligence </DD><DT>BALTAP</DT><DD>Baltic Approaches (NATO Naval Command) </DD><DT>BAN</DT><DD>Base Area Network </DD><DT>BANDIT</DT><DD>Bragg Area Network for Digital Intelligence Transmission </DD><DT>BAO</DT><DD>Basic Attack Option </DD><DT>BAOR</DT><DD>British Army of the Rhine </DD><DT>BARB</DT><DD>Beacon-Aided Radar Bombing </DD><DT>BARCS</DT><DD>Battlefield Area Reconnaissance System </DD><DT>BAS</DT><DD>(1) Broad Area Search; (2) Battlefield Automated Systems; (3) Billet Access System </DD><DT>BASIC</DT><DD>Battle Area Surveillance & Integrated Communications </DD><DT>BASOPS</DT><DD>Base Operations </DD><DT>BASS</DT><DD>Battlefield Surveillance System </DD><DT>BAT-D</DT><DD>Battlefield Deception </DD><DT>BATF</DT><DD>Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms </DD><DT>BATO</DT><DD>Balloon-Assisted Take-Off </DD><DT>BATS</DT><DD>Ballistic Aerial Target System </DD><DT>BAWB</DT><DD>Bomber Activity Weekly Brief </DD><DT>BB</DT><DD>Battleship </DD><DT>BBBG</DT><DD>Battleship Battle Group </DD><DT>BBLS</DT><DD>Barrels </DD><DT>BBO</DT><DD>Booster Burnout </DD><DT>BBS</DT><DD>Brigade/Battalion Simulation </DD><DT>B2C2</DT><DD>Brigade and Below Command and Control System </DD><DT>BCA</DT><DD>Broadcast Control Authority </DD><DT>BC2A</DT><DD>Bosnia Command and Control Augmentation </DD><DT>BCBL</DT><DD>Battle Command Battle Lab </DD><DT>BCC</DT><DD>Base Communications Center </DD><DT>BCDSS</DT><DD>Battle Command Decision Support System </DD><DT>BCE</DT><DD>Battlefield Coordination Element </DD><DT>BCI</DT><DD>Bit-Count Integrity </DD><DT>BCR</DT><DD>(1) Battlefield Communications Review; (2) Baseline Change Request </DD><DT>BCS</DT><DD>Broadcast Control Station </DD><DT>BCT</DT><DD>(1) Base Consolidated Telecommunications; (2) Betac Command Team </DD><DT>BCTP</DT><DD>Battle Command Training Program </DD><DT>BCV</DT><DD>Battle Command Vehicle </DD><DT>Bd</DT><DD>Baud </DD><DT>BDA</DT><DD>(1) Battle Damage Assessment; (2) Bomb Damage Assessment </DD><DT>BDA/PSA</DT><DD>Bomb Damage Assessment/Post Strike Assessment </DD><DT>BDE/Bde</DT><DD>Brigade </DD><DT>BDM</DT><DD>Budget Decision Memorandum </DD><DT>BDP</DT><DD>Battlefield Development Plan </DD><DT>BDS</DT><DD>(1) Base Development Survey; (2) Bulk Data Service </DD><DT>BDSP</DT><DD>Battle Dress System Project </DD><DT>BE</DT><DD>Basic Encyclopedia </DD><DT>BEMT</DT><DD>Basic Electronic Maintenance Trainer </DD><DT>BENELUX</DT><DD>Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg </DD><DT>BER</DT><DD>Bit Error Rate </DD><DT>BES</DT><DD>Budget Estimate Submission </DD><DT>BETA</DT><DD>Battlefield Exploitation and Target Acquisition </DD><DT>BEYOND</DT><DD>DUTY Proper Name of System </DD><DT>BF</DT><DD>Battle Force </DD><DT>BFA</DT><DD>Battlefield Function Area </DD><DT>BFACS</DT><DD>BFA Control System </DD><DT>BF(S)BL</DT><DD>Battle Focus (Support) Battle Lab </DD><DT>BFCS</DT><DD>Ballistic Framing Camera System </DD><DT>BFE</DT><DD>Blacker Front End </DD><DT>BFI</DT><DD>Battlefield Interdiction </DD><DT>BFM</DT><DD>Basic Flight Maneuvers </DD><DT>BFMA</DT><DD>Battlefield Functional Mission Area </DD><DT>BFOV</DT><DD>Broad Field of View </DD><DT>BG</DT><DD>(1) Battle Group; (2) Brigadier General </DD><DT>BGN</DT><DD>Board on Geographic Names </DD><DT>BGPHES</DT><DD>Battle Group Passive Horizon Extension System </DD><DT>BGW</DT><DD>Battlefield Guided Weapon </DD><DT>BGWU</DT><DD>Battle Group Workup </DD><DT>BH</DT><DD>Busy Hour </DD><DT>B-H</DT><DD>Bosnia-Hercegovina </DD><DT>BI</DT><DD>Background Investigation </DD><DT>BIACC</DT><DD>Basic Integrated Aircraft Command and Control </DD><DT>BIC</DT><DD>Battlefield Information Center </DD><DT>BICC</DT><DD>Battlefield Information Coordination Center </DD><DT>BICES</DT><DD>Battlefield Information Collection and Exploitation </DD><DT>Systems</DT><DD>(NATO) </DD><DT>BICM</DT><DD>Battlefield Intelligence Collection Model </DD><DT>BIDS</DT><DD>Battlefield Information Distribution System </DD><DT>BIF</DT><DD>Basic Imagery File </DD><DT>BIFF</DT><DD>Bistatic Identification Friend or Foe </DD><DT>BIIB</DT><DD>Basic Imagery Interpretation Brief </DD><DT>BIIR</DT><DD>Basic Imagery Interpretation Report </DD><DT>BIM</DT><DD>Ballistic Intercept Missile </DD><DT>BIOLDEF</DT><DD>Biological Defense </DD><DT>BIOLOPS</DT><DD>Biological Operations </DD><DT>BIOLWPN</DT><DD>Biological Weapons </DD><DT>BISS</DT><DD>Baseline Intelligence Summary Supplement </DD><DT>BIT</DT><DD>Binary Digit </DD><DT>BITE</DT><DD>Built-In Test Equipment </DD><DT>BITS</DT><DD>Base Information Transfer System </DD><DT>BIU</DT><DD>Bus Interface Unit </DD><DT>Bks</DT><DD>Barracks </DD><DT>BKS</DT><DD>Broadcast Keying Station </DD><DT>BL</DT><DD>Bomb Line </DD><DT>BLDG</DT><DD>Building </DD><DT>BLEST</DT><DD>Berm-Loaded Explosive Simulation Technique </DD><DT>BLEU</DT><DD>Belgium-Luxembourg Economic Union </DD><DT>BLIP</DT><DD>Background Limited IR Photography </DD><DT>BLOS</DT><DD>Beyond Line-of-Sight </DD><DT>BLSS</DT><DD>Base Level Self-Sufficiency Spares </DD><DT>BLT</DT><DD>Battalion Landing Team </DD><DT>BLUE</DT><DD>FLAG ACC command and control exercise </DD><DT>BM</DT><DD>(1) FSU Truck-Mounted Multiple Rocket Launcher; (2) Ballistic Missile </DD><DT>BMATT</DT><DD>Briefcase Multi-Mission Advanced Tactical Terminal </DD><DT>BM/C2</DT><DD>Battle Management/Command and Control </DD><DT>BM/C3</DT><DD>Battle Management/Command, Control, and Communications </DD><DT>BMC</DT><DD>Battle Management Cell </DD><DT>BMCT</DT><DD>Beginning of Morning Civil Twilight </DD><DT>BMD</DT><DD>(1) Ballistic Missile Defense; (2) FSU Airborne Combat Vehicle </DD><DT>BMDO</DT><DD>(1) Ballistic Missile Defense Organization; (2) Ballistic Missile Defense Office </DD><DT>BMDSCOM</DT><DD>U.S. Army Ballistic Missile Defense Systems Command </DD><DT>BMEWS</DT><DD>Ballistic Missile Early Warning System </DD><DT>BMG</DT><DD>Basic Mission Guidance </DD><DT>BMNT</DT><DD>Beginning of Morning Nautical Twilight </DD><DT>BMP</DT><DD>FSU Armored Infantry Combat Vehicle </DD><DT>BMSS</DT><DD>Ballistic Missile Systems Subcommittee </DD><DT>BN/Bn</DT><DD>Battalion </DD><DT>BND</DT><DD>Bundesrepublik Nachrichtendienst (German Intelligence Service) </DD><DT>BOA</DT><DD>Broad Ocean Area </DD><DT>BOCCA</DT><DD>Board for Coordination of Civil Aircraft (NATO) </DD><DT>BOIP</DT><DD>Basis of Issue Plan </DD><DT>BOMREP</DT><DD>Bombing Report </DD><DT>BOQ</DT><DD>Bachelor Officersé─˘ Quarters </DD><DT>BOS</DT><DD>(1) Battlefield Operating System; (2) Base Operating Support </DD><DT>BP</DT><DD>(1) Battle Position; (2) Bandpass </DD><DT>BPA</DT><DD>(1) Battlefield Psychological Activities; (2) Blanket Purchase Agreement </DD><DT>BPE</DT><DD>Beacon Precision Enlarger </DD><DT>BPF</DT><DD>Bandpass Filter </DD><DT>BPI</DT><DD>Bits Per Inch </DD><DT>BPPBS</DT><DD>Biennial Planning, Programming, and Budgeting System </DD><DT>BPR</DT><DD>Business Process Reengineering </DD><DT>BPS</DT><DD>(1) Basic Psychological Operations Study; (2) Bits Per Second; (3) Beachman Processing System </DD><DT>BPSK</DT><DD>Burst Pulse Shift Key </DD><DT>BR</DT><DD>Blade Rate </DD><DT>B/R</DT><DD>Bridge/Router </DD><DT>BR/Br</DT><DD>Branch </DD><DT>BRAC</DT><DD>Base Realignment and Closure (Commission) </DD><DT>BRDM</DT><DD>FSU Wheeled Amphibious Armored Reconnaissance Vehicle </DD><DT>BRET</DT><DD>Bistatic Reflected Energy Target </DD><DT>BRI</DT><DD>Basic Rate Interface </DD><DT>BRIXMIS</DT><DD>British Commanders-In-Chief Military Liaison Mission </DD><DT>BRL</DT><DD>Bomb Release Line </DD><DT>BRP</DT><DD>Bomb Release Point </DD><DT>BRS</DT><DD>(1) Beachman Reporting System; (2) Backup and Recovery </DD><DT>System</DT><DD>(3) Beach Reconnaissance System </DD><DT>BRU</DT><DD>Bomb Release Unit </DD><DT>BS</DT><DD>Broadcast Service </DD><DT>BSA</DT><DD>Brigade Support Area </DD><DT>BSD</DT><DD>(1) Battlefield Surveillance Device; (2) Battlefield Surveillance Display </DD><DT>BSS</DT><DD>Broadcast Satellite Service </DD><DT>BSSC</DT><DD>Battle Staff Support Center </DD><DT>BSSG</DT><DD>Brigade Service Support Group </DD><DT>BST</DT><DD>(1) Battle Staff Team; (2) Betac Support Team </DD><DT>BSTS</DT><DD>(1) Boost Surveillance and Tracking System; (2) Boost Phase Surveillance and Tracking System </DD><DT>BT</DT><DD>Basic Training </DD><DT>BTA</DT><DD>Best Technical Approach </DD><DT>BTF</DT><DD>Battalion Task Force </DD><DT>BTG</DT><DD>Basic Target Graphic </DD><DT>BTI</DT><DD>Balanced Technology Initiative </DD><DT>BTR</DT><DD>FSU Armored Personnel Carrier </DD><DT>BTRY</DT><DD>(1) Battery; (2) Field Artillery </DD><DT>BTU</DT><DD>British Thermal Unit </DD><DT>BTW</DT><DD>By The Way </DD><DT>BUD/S</DT><DD>Basic Underwater Demolition/Sea-Air-Land (SEAL) </DD><DT>BUIC</DT><DD>Back-Up Intercept Control </DD><DT>BUNT</DT><DD>British Underground Nuclear Test </DD><DT>BUR</DT><DD>Bottom Up Review </DD><DT>BVITS</DT><DD>Baseline Video Imagery Transmission System </DD><DT>BVR</DT><DD>Beyond Visual Range </DD><DT>BW</DT><DD>(1) Biological Warfare; (2) Bandwidth; (3) Beamwidth; (4) Bomb Wing </DD><DT>B&W</DT><DD>Black and White </DD><DT>BWC</DT><DD>Biological Weapons Convention </DD><DT>BWP</DT><DD>Basic Working Paper </DD><DT>BZ</DT><DD>Buffer Zone </DD></DL>C

<DL><DT>C</DT><DD>(1) Crisis; (2) Confidential; (3) Coniferous </DD><DT>C1</DT><DD>Combined Staff Personnel Officer </DD><DT>C2</DT><DD>(1) Command and Control; (2) Combined or Coalition Forces </DD><DT>Intelligence</DT><DD>Staff </DD><DT>C2S2LAN</DT><DD>Command and Control Support System LAN </DD><DT>C2W</DT><DD>Command & Control Warfare </DD><DT>C3</DT><DD>Command, Control, and Communications </DD><DT>C3CM</DT><DD>Command, Control, and Communication CounterMeasures </DD><DT>C3OB</DT><DD>C3 Order of Battle </DD><DT>C3S</DT><DD>Command, Control, and Communications Systems </DD><DT>C4</DT><DD>Command, Control, Communications, and Computers </DD><DT>C4ISR</DT><DD>Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, </DD><DT>Surveillance</DT><DD>and Reconnaissance </DD><DT>C4S</DT><DD>Command, Control, Communications, and Computer System </DD><DT>C5</DT><DD>Combined Staff Strategic Planning and Policy Officer </DD><DT>C6</DT><DD>Combined Staff Command, Control and Communications </DD><DT>Systems</DT><DD>Officer </DD><DT>CA</DT><DD>(1) Cryptanalysis; (2) Heavy Cruiser; (3) Civil Affairs; (4) Combat Assessment; (5) Controlling Authority; (6) COMSEC Account; (7) Command Authority; (8) Counterair </DD><DT>CAA</DT><DD>(1) Concepts Analysis Agency (U.S. Army); (2) Combined Arms Army (FSU); (3) Command Arrangement Agreement </DD><DT>CAB</DT><DD>(1) Current Analysis Branch; (2) Civil Affairs Brigade; (3) Civil Affairs Battalion </DD><DT>CAC</DT><DD>(1) Combined Arms Center; (2) Collection Advisory Center; (3) Control and Analysis Center; (4) Crisis Action Center; (5) Civil Affairs Command; (6) Civil Applications Committee; (7) U.S. Army Combined Arms Command </DD><DT>CACDA</DT><DD>Combined Arms Combat Development Activity </DD><DT>CACM</DT><DD>Central American Common Market </DD><DT>CACTIS</DT><DD>Community/Computer Automated Counterterrorism </DD><DT>Intelligence</DT><DD>System </DD><DT>CAD</DT><DD>(1) Computer-Assisted Design; (2) Conceptual Architecture Document </DD><DT>CADES</DT><DD>COMIREX Advanced Exploitation System </DD><DT>CADIZ</DT><DD>(1) Canadian Air Defense Identification Zone; (2) Coastal Air Defense Identification Zone </DD><DT>CADOB</DT><DD>Consolidated Air Defense Order of Battle </DD><DT>CADS</DT><DD>Containerized Ammunition Distribution System </DD><DT>CADST</DT><DD>Civil Affairs Direct Support Team </DD><DT>CAE</DT><DD>Computer Aided Engineering </DD><DT>CAF</DT><DD>(1) Crisis Augmentation Facility; (2) Combat Air Forces </DD><DT>CAFMS</DT><DD>Computer-Assisted Force Management System </DD><DT>CAG</DT><DD>(1) Carrier Air Group; (2) Collective Address Group; (3) Commander, Air Group </DD><DT>CAI</DT><DD>Computer-Aided Instruction </DD><DT>CAIF</DT><DD>Command Automated Intelligence File </DD><DT>CAIMS</DT><DD>Conventional Ammunition Information Management System </DD><DT>CAJIT</DT><DD>Central America Joint Intelligence Team </DD><DT>CaLANdar</DT><DD>Da Vinci E-Mail Application </DD><DT>CALS</DT><DD>Computer-Aided Acquisition and Logistics Support </DD><DT>CALT</DT><DD>Civil Affairs Liaison Team </DD><DT>CAM</DT><DD>(1) Computer-Assisted Modeling; (2) Computer Aided Manufacturing </DD><DT>CAMO</DT><DD>Computer-Aided Manual Operation </DD><DT>CAMPS</DT><DD>(1) Computer-Aided Management Planning System; (2) Computer-Aided Mission Planning System; (3) Compartmented All-Source Analysis System Message </DD><DT>Processing</DT><DD>System </DD><DT>CAMS</DT><DD>(1) COMIREX Automated Management System; (2) Communications Area Master Station </DD><DT>CANDOB</DT><DD>Consolidated Aerospace Defense Order of Battle </DD><DT>CANR</DT><DD>Canadian NORAD Region </DD><DT>CAN</DT><DD>Coastal Air Navigation Supplement </DD><DT>CANT</DT><DD>Chinese Atmospheric Nuclear Test </DD><DT>CANUK</DT><DD>US Canada, United Kingdom, United States </DD><DT>CANUS</DT><DD>Canadian - United States </DD><DT>CANUS</DT><DD>LANDOP Canada-United States Land Operations Plan </DD><DT>CAO</DT><DD>(1) Crisis Action Organization; (2) Chief Administrative Officer; (3) Central Action Office </DD><DT>CAO(SOP)</DT><DD>Coordination of Atomic Operations (Standard Operating Procedure) </DD><DT>CAOC</DT><DD>Combined Air Operations Center </DD><DT>CAOCC</DT><DD>Combined Air Operations Coordination Center </DD><DT>CAP</DT><DD>(1) Combat Air Patrol; (2) Civil Air Patrol; (3) Countermeasures Advisory Panel; (4) Crisis Action Planning; (5) Crisis Action Procedures; (6) Capabilities </DD><DT>CAPSULE</DT><DD>JACK Proper Name of System </DD><DT>CAR</DT><DD>(1) Canadian Airborne Regiment; (2) Chief, Army Reserve </DD><DT>CARC</DT><DD>Corrective Action Review Committee </DD><DT>CARDA</DT><DD>(1) Continental Airborne Reconnaissance for Damage Assessment; (2) CONUS Airborne Reconnaissance for Damage </DD><DT>Assessment</DT><DD></DD><DT>CARE</DT><DD>Cooperative for American Relief Everywhere, Inc. </DD><DT>CARG</DT><DD>Crisis Action Review Group </DD><DT>CARGRU</DT><DD>Carrier Group </DD><DT>CARIBJIC</DT><DD>Caribbean Joint Intelligence Center </DD><DT>CARIBROC</DT><DD>Caribbean Regional Operations Center </DD><DT>CARICOM</DT><DD>Caribbean Common Market </DD><DT>CARIFTA</DT><DD>Caribbean Free Trade Association </DD><DT>CARL</DT><DD>Category Assignment Responsibility List </DD><DT>CARP</DT><DD>Computed Air Release Point </DD><DT>CARS</DT><DD>(1) Contingency Airborne Reconnaissance System; (2) Common Automated Recovery System </DD><DT>CARVE</DT><DD>Criticality, Accessibility, Recuperability, Vulnerability, and Effect </DD><DT>CARVER</DT><DD>Criticality, Accessibility, Recuperability, Vulnerability, Effects and Recognizability </DD><DT>CAS</DT><DD>(1) Close Air Support; (2) Calibrated Air Speed; (3) Collision Avoidance System; (4) Crisis Action System; (5) Crisis Action Staff; (6) Combined Arms and Services Staff </DD><DT>School</DT><DD></DD><DT>CASC</DT><DD>Crisis Action Support Cell </DD><DT>CASE</DT><DD>Computer-Assisted Software Engineering </DD><DT>CASIC</DT><DD>Combined All-Source Intelligence Center </DD><DT>CASLAN</DT><DD>Command Automated Software Local Area Network </DD><DT>CASS</DT><DD>(1) Collection Analysis Support Subsystem; (2) Command Activated Sonobuoy System </DD><DT>CAST</DT><DD>(1) Catalogue of Approved Scientific and Technical </DD><DT>Intelligence</DT><DD>Tasks; (2) Canadian Air/Sea Transport Group; (3) Computer-Assisted Self Training; (4) Computer Assisted </DD><DT>Satellite</DT><DD>Track </DD><DT>CAT</DT><DD>(1) Conventional Arms Transfer; (2) Crisis Action Team; (3) Combined Arms Team; (4) Crisis Augmentation Team; (5) Category </DD><DT>CAT-1</DT><DD>RECategory-1 Receive Equipment </DD><DT>CATF</DT><DD>(1) Commander, Amphibious Task Force; (2) Civil Affairs Task Force </DD><DT>CATIS</DT><DD>(1) Computer-Aided Tactical Information System; (2) Computer-Aided Tactical Intelligence System </DD><DT>CATIS/IESS</DT><DD>Computer-Aided Tactical Information System/Imagery </DD><DT>Exploitation</DT><DD>Support System </DD><DT>CATS</DT><DD>(1) Combined Arms Training Systems; (2) Combat Airlift Tacticsé─˘ School </DD><DT>CATSS</DT><DD>Cartographic Applications for Tactical and Strategic Systems </DD><DT>CAV</DT><DD>Cavalry </DD><DT>CAVU</DT><DD>Ceiling And Visibility Unlimited </DD><DT>CAWS</DT><DD>Commercial Analyst Work Station </DD><DT>CB</DT><DD>Chemical, Biological </DD><DT>C-band</DT><DD>3.9 to 6.2 GHz Communications Band </DD><DT>CBD</DT><DD>Commerce Business Daily </DD><DT>CBF</DT><DD>Common Budget Framework </DD><DT>CBI</DT><DD>(1) Complete Background Investigation; (2) Computer Based Instruction </DD><DT>CBI/T</DT><DD>Computer-Based Instruction/Training </DD><DT>CBJB</DT><DD>Congressional Budget Justification Book </DD><DT>CBM</DT><DD>Confidence Building Measure(s) </DD><DT>CBO</DT><DD>Congressional Budget Office </DD><DT>CBR</DT><DD>(1) Chemical, Biological, and Radiological; (2) Case Based Reasoning; (3) Constant Bit Rate </DD><DT>CBRN</DT><DD>Caribbean Basin Radar Network </DD><DT>CBRS</DT><DD>Concept Based Requirements System </DD><DT>CBS</DT><DD>Combat Battle Simulation </DD><DT>CBT</DT><DD>(1) Computer-Based Training; (2) Combating Terrorism </DD><DT>CBTDEV</DT><DD>Combat Developer </DD><DT>CBTI</DT><DD>Combat Intelligence </DD><DT>CBU</DT><DD>Cluster Bomb Unit </DD><DT>CBW</DT><DD>Chemical and Biological Warfare </DD><DT>CBZ</DT><DD>Confidence Building Zone </DD><DT>CC</DT><DD>(1) Command Center; (2) Command Ship; (3) Cloud Cover; (4) Collection Center; (5) Computer Compatible; (6) Communications Controller; (7) Commander </DD><DT>C-C3</DT><DD>Counter Command, Control, and Communications </DD><DT>CCA</DT><DD>Communications Control Authority </DD><DT>CCB</DT><DD>Configuration Control Board </DD><DT>CCC</DT><DD>(1) CARDA Control Center; (2) Consolidated Command Center; (3) Command and Control Center </DD><DT>CCD</DT><DD>(1) Conference of the Committee on Disarmament; (2) Charged Coupled Device; (3) Camouflage, </DD><DT>Concealment,</DT><DD>and Deception </DD><DT>CCE</DT><DD>Contingency Communications Element </DD><DT>CCEB</DT><DD>Combined Communications Electronic Board </DD><DT>CCEP</DT><DD>Commercial COMSEC Endorsement Program </DD><DT>CCF</DT><DD>Collection Coordination Facility </DD><DT>CCF-SS</DT><DD>Collection Coordination Facility-Support System </DD><DT>CCG</DT><DD>(1) Combat Control Group; (2) Crisis Coordination Group; (3) Combat Communications Group </DD><DT>CCG-NB</DT><DD>Communications Control Ground-Narrowband </DD><DT>CCGD</DT><DD>Commander, Coast Guard District </DD><DT>CCGP</DT><DD>Combat Communications Group </DD><DT>CCHC</DT><DD>Headquarters Commandant </DD><DT>CCI</DT><DD>Controlled Cryptographic Item </DD><DT>CCIC</DT><DD>Concentrated Counterdrugs Intelligence Collection </DD><DT>CCIP</DT><DD>Command Center Improvement Program </DD><DT>CCIR</DT><DD>International Radio Consultative Committee (French Acronym) </DD><DT>CCIRID</DT><DD>Charge-Coupled Infrared Imaging Device </DD><DT>CCIRM</DT><DD>Collection Coordination and Intelligence Requirements </DD><DT>Management</DT><DD></DD><DT>CCIS</DT><DD>(1) Command, Control, and Intelligence Support; (2) Common Channel Intelligence Signaling </DD><DT>CCISCMO</DT><DD>Community Counterintelligence and Security Countermeasures </DD><DT>Office</DT><DD></DD><DT>CCISS</DT><DD>Command & Control Intelligence Support Squadron </DD><DT>CCITT</DT><DD>Consultative Committee for International Telephone and </DD><DT>Telegraph</DT><DD></DD><DT>CCJ1</DT><DD>USCENTCOM Manpower, Personnel, and Administration </DD><DT>Directorate</DT><DD></DD><DT>CCJ2</DT><DD>USCENTCOM Intelligence Directorate </DD><DT>CCJ3</DT><DD>USCENTCOM Operations Directorate </DD><DT>CCJ4/J7</DT><DD>USCENTCOM Logistics and Security Assistance Directorate </DD><DT>CCJ5</DT><DD>USCENTCOM Plans and Policy Directorate </DD><DT>CCJ6</DT><DD>USCENTCOM Command, Control, Communications, and </DD><DT>Computer</DT><DD>Systems Directorate </DD><DT>CCJA</DT><DD>USCENTCOM Staff Judge Advocate </DD><DT>CCM</DT><DD>(1) Cross-Country Movement; (2) Counter-Countermeasure </DD><DT>C3CM</DT><DD>Command, Control, and Communications Countermeasures </DD><DT>CCMF</DT><DD>Consolidated Collection Management Facility </DD><DT>CCN</DT><DD>Crisis Communications Network (CIA) </DD><DT>CCO</DT><DD>(1) Communication Collection Outstation; (2) COMINT </DD><DT>Collection</DT><DD>Outstation; (3) Circuit Control Officer; (4) Chief, Combat Operations </DD><DT>CCO/SCO</DT><DD>Central Control Office/Sub-Control Office </DD><DT>CCP</DT><DD>(1) Consolidated Cryptologic Program; (2) Communications Checkpoint; (3) Contingency </DD><DT>Communications</DT><DD>Package </DD><DT>CCPC</DT><DD>Critical Collection Problems Committee </DD><DT>CCPDS</DT><DD>Command Center Processing and Display System </DD><DT>CCPDS-R</DT><DD>Command Center Processing and Display System Replacement </DD><DT>CCS</DT><DD>(1) Collection Capabilities Statement (HUMINT); (2) COMINT Collection Subsystem (3) Combat Control Squadron; (4) Communications Control Set; (5) Command and Control Systems; (6) Constellation Control Station </DD><DT>CCS2</DT><DD>Command and Control Subordinate System </DD><DT>CCSA</DT><DD>USCENTCOM Scientific and Technical Advisor </DD><DT>CCSC</DT><DD>Cryptologic Combat Support Console </DD><DT>CCT</DT><DD>(1) Combat Control Team; (2) Combat Coordination Team </DD><DT>CCTC</DT><DD>Command and Control Technical Center </DD><DT>CCTF</DT><DD>(1) Contingency Communications Test Facility; (2) Combined Coalition Task Force </DD><DT>CCTP</DT><DD>Continuously Computed Target Point </DD><DT>CCTS</DT><DD>Combat Crew Training Squadron </DD><DT>CCTT</DT><DD>Close Combat Tactical Trainer </DD><DT>CCTV</DT><DD>Closed Circuit Television </DD><DT>CCTW</DT><DD>Combat Control Training Wing </DD><DT>CCWT</DT><DD>Command Center Watch Team </DD><DT>CD</DT><DD>(1) Controlled Dissemination; (2) Certificate of Destruction; (3) Civil Defense; (4) Coastal Defense; (5) Calendar Day; (6) Committee on Disarmament; (7) Collateral Damage; (8) Compact Disc; (9) Command Ship; (10) Counter Drug; (11) Command Director; (12) Combat Developments; (13) Community/Service-Developed </DD><DT>C&D</DT><DD>Cover and Deception </DD><DT>CDA</DT><DD>Congressionally Directed Action </DD><DT>CDC</DT><DD>(1) Career Development Course; (2) Combat Direction Center; (3) Combat Development Center </DD><DT>CD-ROM</DT><DD>Compact Disk-Read-Only Memory </DD><DT>CDAS</DT><DD>Central Data and Applications Support </DD><DT>C-Day</DT><DD>Day in Which Movement From Origin Begins </DD><DT>CDB</DT><DD>Central Data Base </DD><DT>CDCS</DT><DD>Communications Distribution Control Segment </DD><DT>CDE</DT><DD>(1) Conference on Disarmament in Europe; (2) Compound Damage Expectancy; (3) Center of Distance Education </DD><DT>CDEC</DT><DD>Captured Document Exploitation Center </DD><DT>CDF</DT><DD>Central Document File </DD><DT>CDI</DT><DD>Compact Disc Interactive </DD><DT>CDIP</DT><DD>(1) Consolidated Defense Intelligence Program; (2) Council of Defense Intelligence Producers </DD><DT>CDIS</DT><DD>(1) Communications Data Interface System; (2) Counterdrug Intelligence System </DD><DT>CDIST</DT><DD>Canadian Department of Industry, Science, and </DD><DT>Technology</DT><DD></DD><DT>CDL</DT><DD>Common (high bandwidth) Data Link </DD><DT>CDLF</DT><DD>Consolidated Domestic Launch Forecast </DD><DT>CDM</DT><DD>Common Digital Map </DD><DT>CDMA</DT><DD>Code Division Multiple Access </DD><DT>CDP</DT><DD>(1) Central Data Processor; (2) Company Distributing Point </DD><DT>CDPS</DT><DD>Coherent Data Processing System </DD><DT>CDR</DT><DD>(1) Critical Design Review; (2) Commander </DD><DT>CDRL</DT><DD>Contract Data Requirements List </DD><DT>CDRUSAJFKSWC</DT><DD>Commander, United States Army John F. Kennedy </DD><DT>Special</DT><DD>Warfare Center </DD><DT>CDRUSELEMNORAD</DT><DD>Commander, U.S. Element NORAD </DD><DT>CDRWESTCOM</DT><DD>Commander, U.S. Army Western Command </DD><DT>CDS</DT><DD>(1) Chief of Defence Staff (Canadian); (2) Combat </DD><DT>Delivery</DT><DD>System; (3) Cryptographic Device Services; (4) Combat Direction System </DD><DT>CDSE</DT><DD>Cryptologic Direct Support Element </DD><DT>CDSORG</DT><DD>Civil Direction of Shipping Organization </DD><DT>CDST</DT><DD>C3CM Data Support Team </DD><DT>CDT</DT><DD>(1) Central Daylight Time; (2) Communications Data Terminal </DD><DT>CDTS</DT><DD>Computer-Directed Training System </DD><DT>CDU</DT><DD>Control Display Unit </DD><DT>CDV</DT><DD>Compressed Digital Video </DD><DT>CE</DT><DD>(1) Circular Error; (2) Cost Effectiveness; (3) Civil Engineer; (4) Communications-Electronics; (5) Corps of Engineers (U.S. Army); (6) Current Exploitation; (7) Counterespionage; (8) Command Element; (9) Collection Emphasis </DD><DT>C&E</DT><DD>Collection and Exploitation </DD><DT>C-E</DT><DD>Communications Electronics </DD><DT>CEAO</DT><DD>West African Economic Community </DD><DT>CEC</DT><DD>(1) Cooperative Engagement Capability; (2) Consolidated Expenditure Center </DD><DT>CECOM</DT><DD>Communications and Electronics Command </DD><DT>CED</DT><DD>(1) Collection, Exploitation, and Dissemination; (2) Captured Enemy Document </DD><DT>CEE</DT><DD>Captured Enemy Equipment </DD><DT>CEI</DT><DD>Communications Electronic Instructions </DD><DT>CEL</DT><DD>Celestial </DD><DT>CELT</DT><DD>Current Emitter Location Testbed </DD><DT>CEM</DT><DD>Concepts Evaluation Model </DD><DT>CEMA</DT><DD>Council for Mutual Economic Assistance </DD><DT>CENTAF</DT><DD>(1) Central Region Air Forces (NATO); (2) U.S. Air Force Component, USCENTCOM </DD><DT>CENTAG</DT><DD>Central Army Group (NATO) </DD><DT>CENTAM</DT><DD>Central America </DD><DT>CENTCOM</DT><DD>U.S. Central Command </DD><DT>CENTJIC</DT><DD>Joint Intelligence Center USCENTCOM </DD><DT>CENTLANT</DT><DD>Central Sub-Area of Eastern Atlantic Area </DD><DT>CENTO</DT><DD>Central Treaty Organization </DD><DT>CEO</DT><DD>(1) Communications Electronic Officer (USMC); (2) Chief Executive Officer </DD><DT>CEOI</DT><DD>Communications Electronics Operations Instructions </DD><DT>CEP</DT><DD>(1) Circular Error Probable; (2) Construction Electrician (Power); (3) Common Electronic Parts; (4) Civil Emergency Planning; (5) Committee for Energy Policy of OECD; (6) Capital Equipment Plan; (7) Concept Evaluation Program </DD><DT>CEPG</DT><DD>Combined Exercise Planning Group </DD><DT>CEPIR</DT><DD>Current Exploitation Photographic Interpretation Report </DD><DT>CEPR</DT><DD>Compromising Emanation Performance Requirement </DD><DT>CER</DT><DD>(1) Cryptographic Equipment Room; (2) Communication Equipment Room </DD><DT>CERP</DT><DD>(1) Combined Economic Reporting Program; (2) Capital Equipment Replacement Program </DD><DT>CERT</DT><DD>Computer Security Emergency Response Team </DD><DT>CES</DT><DD>Concept Exploration Studies </DD><DT>CESM</DT><DD>Cryptologic Electronic Warfare Support Measures </DD><DT>CEST</DT><DD>Contingency Exploitation Support Team </DD><DT>CETA</DT><DD>Chinese-English Translation Assistance </DD><DT>CEWI</DT><DD>Combat Electronic Warfare Intelligence </DD><DT>CF</DT><DD>Canadian Forces </DD><DT>C6F</DT><DD>Commander, U.S. Sixth Fleet </DD><DT>C7F</DT><DD>Commander, U.S. Seventh Fleet </DD><DT>CFA</DT><DD>(1) Combined Field Army (Korea); (2) Covering Force Area; (3) Combined Force Air Component Commander </DD><DT>CFB</DT><DD>Canadian Forces Base </DD><DT>CFC</DT><DD>(1) Combined Field Command (Korea); (2) Combined Forces </DD><DT>Command</DT><DD>(ROK/US); (3) Combined Federal Campaign </DD><DT>CCFC</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, ROK-U.S. Combined Forces Command </DD><DT>CFD</DT><DD>Common Fill Device </DD><DT>CFE</DT><DD>(1) Conventional Forces Europe; (2) Communications Front-End </DD><DT>CFER</DT><DD>CFE Replacement </DD><DT>CFE-U</DT><DD>Communications Front-End-Upgrade </DD><DT>CFI&I</DT><DD>Center for Integration and Interoperability </DD><DT>CFIS</DT><DD>Combined Forces Command Information System, (CFC) </DD><DT>CFL</DT><DD>(1) Coordinated Fire Line; (2) Cease-Fire Line </DD><DT>CFMS</DT><DD>Combat Fuels Management System </DD><DT>CFP</DT><DD>(1) Contingency Force Pool; (2) Concept Formulation Process </DD><DT>CFR</DT><DD>Commander Force Reconnaissance </DD><DT>CFSO</DT><DD>Counterintelligence Force Protection Source Operations </DD><DT>CFSR</DT><DD>Contract Funds Status Report </DD><DT>CFV</DT><DD>Cavalry Fighting Vehicle </DD><DT>cg</DT><DD>Center of Gravity </DD><DT>CG</DT><DD>(1) Guided-Missile Cruiser; (2) Consolidated Guidance; (3) Commanding General; (4) Coast Guard; (4) Chairmané─˘s </DD><DT>Guidance</DT><DD></DD><DT>CGEUSA</DT><DD>Commanding General, 8th US Army </DD><DT>CGF</DT><DD>Central Group of Forces (FSU Forces in Czechoslovakia) </DD><DT>CGFMFLANT</DT><DD>Commanding General, Fleet Marine Forces Atlantic </DD><DT>CGM</DT><DD>Computer Graphics Metafile </DD><DT>CGN</DT><DD>Guided Missile Cruiser Nuclear Powered </DD><DT>CGS</DT><DD>(1) Coast & Geodetic Survey; (2) Common Ground Station; (3) CONUS Ground Station </DD><DT>CGSC</DT><DD>Command and General Staff College (U.S. Army) </DD><DT>CGUSARPAC</DT><DD>Commanding General U.S. Army Pacific </DD><DT>cGy/hr</DT><DD>CentiGray hour </DD><DT>CH</DT><DD>(1) Aviation Cruiser; (2) Channel; (3) Communication Helmet </DD><DT>CHAALS</DT><DD>Communications High Accuracy Airborne Location System </DD><DT>CHAALS-X</DT><DD>CHAALS Exploitation </DD><DT>CHABNCP</DT><DD>Chief, Airborne Command Post </DD><DT>CHAMPUS</DT><DD>Civilian Health And Medical Program of the Uniformed </DD><DT>Services</DT><DD></DD><DT>CHARS</DT><DD>Characters </DD><DT>CHB</DT><DD>Cargo Handling Battalion </DD><DT>CHBDL</DT><DD>Communications High Bandwidth Data Link </DD><DT>CHCMSA</DT><DD>Chief, Cruise Missile Support Activity </DD><DT>CHCSS</DT><DD>(1) Chief, Central Security Service; (2) Chief, Cryptologic Support Service </DD><DT>CHG</DT><DD>Guided-Missile Aviation Cruiser </DD><DT>CHGN</DT><DD>Nuclear-Powered Guided-Missile Aviation Cruiser </DD><DT>CHIP</DT><DD>Communications Handbook for Intelligence Planners </DD><DT>CHJUSMAGK</DT><DD>Chief, Joint U.S. Military Assistance Group, Korea </DD><DT>CHJUSMAGPHIL</DT><DD>Chief, Joint U.S. Military Assistance Group, Philippines </DD><DT>CHJUSMAGTHAI</DT><DD>Chief, Joint U.S. Military Assistance Group, Thailand </DD><DT>CHMAAGDOMREP</DT><DD>Chief, Military Assistance and Advisory Group, </DD><DT>Dominican</DT><DD>Republic </DD><DT>CHMDO</DT><DD>JAPAN Chief, Military Defense Office, Japan </DD><DT>CHN</DT><DD>Nuclear-Powered Aviation Cruiser </DD><DT>CHODC</DT><DD>INDIA Chief, Office of Defense Cooperation, India </DD><DT>CHOP</DT><DD>(1) Change of Operational Command; (2) Change of Operational Control </DD><DT>C-HUMINT</DT><DD>Counter Human Resources Intelligence </DD><DT>CHUSMLO</DT><DD>Chief, U.S. Military Liaison Office </DD><DT>CI</DT><DD>(1) Counterintelligence; (2) Counterinsurgency; (3) Current Intelligence </DD><DT>C2I</DT><DD>Command, Control, & Intelligence </DD><DT>C3I</DT><DD>Command, Control, Communications, and Intelligence </DD><DT>C4I</DT><DD>Command, Control, Communications, Computers, & </DD><DT>Intelligence</DT><DD></DD><DT>C4I2</DT><DD>Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence and Information </DD><DT>CIA</DT><DD>Central Intelligence Agency </DD><DT>CIAC</DT><DD>Computer Incident Assessment Capability </DD><DT>CIAD</DT><DD>(1) Combat Intelligence Applications Division; (2) Command Intelligence Architecture Document </DD><DT>CIAP</DT><DD>(1) CIA Program; (2) Command Intelligence </DD><DT>Architecture/Planning</DT><DD>Program </DD><DT>CIARDSCIA</DT><DD>Retirement and Disability System </DD><DT>CIAS</DT><DD>Counterintelligence Analysis Section </DD><DT>CIB</DT><DD>Combat Infantrymané─˘s Badge </DD><DT>CIC</DT><DD>(1) Combat Information Center; (2) Combat Intelligence Center; (3) Combined Intelligence Center </DD><DT>C3IC</DT><DD>Coalition Coordination and Communications Integration Center </DD><DT>CICAC</DT><DD>Counterintelligence Control and Analysis Center </DD><DT>CICC</DT><DD>Consolidated Intelligence Communications Center </DD><DT>CIC</DT><DD>Server Combined Intelligence Center Server </DD><DT>CICWS</DT><DD>Combined Intelligence Center Workstation </DD><DT>CID</DT><DD>(1) Criminal Investigation Division; (2) Combat Intelligence Division </DD><DT>CIDBS</DT><DD>Combined Intelligence Center Integrated Database Server </DD><DT>CIDC</DT><DD>Combined Interview and Debriefing Center </DD><DT>CIE</DT><DD>Communication Intercept and Exploitation </DD><DT>CIEF</DT><DD>Consolidated Imagery Exploitation Facility </DD><DT>CIF</DT><DD>(1) Corps Interrogation Facility; (2) Consolidated Intelligence Facility </DD><DT>CIFAX</DT><DD>Enciphered Facsimile </DD><DT>C4IFTW</DT><DD>C4I For The Warrior </DD><DT>CIG</DT><DD>(1) Computer Image Generation; (2) Combined Intelligence Group </DD><DT>CIGSS</DT><DD>Common Imagery Ground Surface System </DD><DT>CIHS</DT><DD>Classified Information Handling System </DD><DT>CIK</DT><DD>Crypto-Ignition Key </DD><DT>CIIC</DT><DD>Current Intelligence and Indications Center </DD><DT>CIID</DT><DD>Command Intelligence Implementation Document </DD><DT>CILMS</DT><DD>Covert Infrared Lighting and Marking System </DD><DT>CILO</DT><DD>Counterintelligence Liaison Office(r) </DD><DT>CILOP</DT><DD>Conversion in Lieu of Procurement </DD><DT>CIM</DT><DD>Corporate Information Management </DD><DT>CIMAS</DT><DD>CENTCOM Iranian Military Activities Summary </DD><DT>CIMEX</DT><DD>Civil Military Exercise (NATO) </DD><DT>C-IMINT</DT><DD>Counter Imagery Intelligence </DD><DT>CIMOC</DT><DD>Civil Military Operations Center </DD><DT>CIMP</DT><DD>COMSEC Interoperability Master Plan </DD><DT>CIN</DT><DD>Cargo Increment Number </DD><DT>CINC</DT><DD>(1) Commander in Chief; (2) Commander of a Combatant Command </DD><DT>CINCACOM</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, U.S. Atlantic Command </DD><DT>CINCAFLANT</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, United States Air Forces, Atlantic </DD><DT>CINCAL</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, Alaska </DD><DT>CINCARLANT</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, United States Army Forces, Atlantic </DD><DT>CINCCENT</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, Allied Forces Central Europe (NATO) </DD><DT>CINCCFC</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, Combined Forces Command, Korea </DD><DT>CINCEASTLANT</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, Eastern Atlantic (NATO) </DD><DT>CINCENT</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, Allied Forces, Central Europe </DD><DT>CINCEUR</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, U.S. Forces Europe </DD><DT>CINCFOR</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, Forces Command </DD><DT>CINCFORSCOM</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, U.S. Army Forces </DD><DT>CINCHAN</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, Channel (NATO) </DD><DT>CINCIBERLANT</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, Iberian Atlantic Area </DD><DT>CINCLANT</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, Atlantic Command </DD><DT>CINCLANTFLT</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, Atlantic Fleet </DD><DT>CINCLANTFLTDETSO</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, Atlantic Fleet Detachment SOUTHCOM </DD><DT>CINCMAC</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, Military Airlift Command (archaic) </DD><DT>CINCNORAD</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, North American Air Defense Command </DD><DT>CINCNORTH</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, Allied Forces Northern Europe (NATO) </DD><DT>CINCONAD</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, Continental Air Defense Command </DD><DT>CINCPAC</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, Pacific Command </DD><DT>CINCPACAF</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, Pacific Air Force </DD><DT>CINCPACFLT</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, Pacific Fleet </DD><DT>CINCPACREP</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, Pacific Representative </DD><DT>CINCSAC</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, Strategic Air Command </DD><DT>CINCSOC</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, Special Operations Command </DD><DT>CINCSO</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, Southern Command </DD><DT>CINCSOUTH</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, Allied Forces Southern Europe (NATO) </DD><DT>CINCSPACE</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, U.S. Space Command </DD><DT>CINCSPECOMME</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, Specified Command, Middle East </DD><DT>CINCTAC</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, Tactical Air Command </DD><DT>CINCTRANS</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, Unified Transportation Command </DD><DT>CINCTRANSCOM</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, U.S. Transportation Command </DD><DT>CINCUKAIR</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, United Kingdom Air Defense Region (NATO) </DD><DT>CINCUNC</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, United Nations Command </DD><DT>CINCUSACOM</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, U.S. Atlantic Command </DD><DT>CINCUSAFE</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, U.S. Air Forces, Europe </DD><DT>CINCUSAREUR</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, United States Army, Europe </DD><DT>CINCUSARPAC</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, United States Army, Pacific </DD><DT>CINCUSNAVEUR</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, U.S. Naval Forces, Europe </DD><DT>CINCWESTLANT</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, Western Atlantic (NATO) </DD><DT>CINF</DT><DD>Community Imagery Needs Forecast </DD><DT>CINSGCY</DT><DD>Counterinsurgency </DD><DT>CIO</DT><DD>(1) Central Imagery Office; (2) Chief Information Officer </DD><DT>CIOC</DT><DD>(1) Combined Intelligence Operations Center (Korea); (2) Combat Intelligence Operations Center </DD><DT>CIOP</DT><DD>(1) Controlled Intelligence Operational Proposal; (2) CIO Program </DD><DT>CIP</DT><DD>(1) Consolidated Intelligence Program; (2) Country </DD><DT>Information</DT><DD>Package; (3) Critical Intelligence Parameter; (4) Combined Interoperability Program; (5) Crypto-Ignition Plug; (6) Correlation and Integration Processor </DD><DT>CIPE</DT><DD>(US) CENTCOM Imagery Production Element </DD><DT>CIPEC</DT><DD>Intergovernmental Council of Copper Exporting Countries </DD><DT>CIPHONY</DT><DD>Enciphered Telephone </DD><DT>CIPL</DT><DD>ClNCé─˘s Integrated Priority List </DD><DT>CIPMS</DT><DD>Career Intelligence Professional Management System </DD><DT>CIPR</DT><DD>(1) Consolidated Intelligence Production Requirement; (2) Counterintelligence Production Registry </DD><DT>CIPS</DT><DD>Counterintelligence Periodic Summary </DD><DT>C2IPS</DT><DD>C2 Information Processing System </DD><DT>CIR</DT><DD>(1) Central Intelligence Report; (2) Continuing Intelligence Requirement </DD><DT>CIRC</DT><DD>Central Information Reference and Control </DD><DT>CIRCOL</DT><DD>Central Information Reference and Control On-Line System </DD><DT>CIRIS</DT><DD>Consolidated Intelligence Resources Information System </DD><DT>CIRK</DT><DD>Common Interswitch Rekeying Key </DD><DT>CIRL</DT><DD>Current Intelligence Requirements List </DD><DT>CIRT</DT><DD>Computer Security Incident Response Team </DD><DT>CIRVlS</DT><DD>Communications Instructions for Reporting Vital </DD><DT>Intelligence</DT><DD>Sightings </DD><DT>CIS</DT><DD>(1) Country Intelligence Study; (2) Communications Intercept System; (3) Compensated Imaging System; (4) Canadian Intelligence Service; (5) Chief, Intelligence and </DD><DT>Security</DT><DD>(Canadian); (6) Combat Instruction Set; (7) Combat Information System; (8) Commonwealth of Independent States; (9) Combat Intelligence System </DD><DT>CISA</DT><DD>C4I Integration Support Activity </DD><DT>CISC</DT><DD>Counterintelligence Support Cell </DD><DT>C3ISC</DT><DD>C3I Systems Committee </DD><DT>CI/SCM</DT><DD>Counterintelligence and Security Countermeasures </DD><DT>CISD</DT><DD>Command Intelligence Strategy Document </DD><DT>CISE</DT><DD>(1) (US) CENTCOM Intelligence Support Element; (2) Corps Intelligence Support Element </DD><DT>CISO</DT><DD>(1) Counterintelligence Support Officer; (2) Counterintelligence Staff Officer </DD><DT>CISPOTREP</DT><DD>CI Spot Report </DD><DT>CISR</DT><DD>Communications Intelligence Security Regulation </DD><DT>C4ISR</DT><DD>Command, Control, Communications, Computers, </DD><DT>Intelligence,</DT><DD>Surveillance, and Reconnaissance </DD><DT>CIT</DT><DD>Counterintelligence Team </DD><DT>CITA</DT><DD>Combat Intelligence and Targeting on Arrival </DD><DT>CITS</DT><DD>CENTCOM Imagery Transmission System </DD><DT>CIV</DT><DD>Civilian </DD><DT>CIVC</DT><DD>Carrier Intelligence Center </DD><DT>CIVIC</DT><DD>Civilian Vulnerability Indicator Code </DD><DT>CISION</DT><DD>Enciphered Television </DD><DT>CIW</DT><DD>(1) Consolidated Intelligence Watch; (2) CMOC Intelligence Watch </DD><DT>CIWC</DT><DD>CIW Commander </DD><DT>CIWG</DT><DD>Cooperative Interaction Working Group </DD><DT>CIWS</DT><DD>Close-In Weapon System </DD><DT>C&J</DT><DD>Collection and Jamming </DD><DT>CJB</DT><DD>Congressional Justification Book </DD><DT>CJCS</DT><DD>Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff </DD><DT>CJCSI</DT><DD>Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff Instruction </DD><DT>CJIATF-E</DT><DD>Commander, Joint Interagency Task Force-East </DD><DT>CJIATF-W</DT><DD>Commander, Joint Interagency Task Force-West </DD><DT>CJIT</DT><DD>Combined Joint Interrogation Team </DD><DT>CJTF</DT><DD>Commander, Joint Task Force </DD><DT>CJTF-AK</DT><DD>Commander, Joint Task Force-Alaska </DD><DT>CJTF-FA</DT><DD>Commander, Joint Task Force-Full Accounting </DD><DT>CK</DT><DD>Compartment Key </DD><DT>CKG</DT><DD>Cooperative Key Generation </DD><DT>CL</DT><DD>Light Cruiser </DD><DT>C-LAMP</DT><DD>Community Laser Measurement Program </DD><DT>CLASS</DT><DD>Close Air Support System </DD><DT>Class</DT><DD>Classification/Classified </DD><DT>C&LB</DT><DD>Coasts and Landing Beaches </DD><DT>CLF</DT><DD>Commander, Landing Force </DD><DT>CLMD</DT><DD>COMSEC Local Management Device </DD><DT>CLNC</DT><DD>Clearance </DD><DT>CLO</DT><DD>(1) Counterdrug Liaison Officer; (2) Chief Logistics Officer </DD><DT>CLOCE</DT><DD>Contingency Lines of Communication, Europe </DD><DT>CLS</DT><DD>(1) Contractor Logistics Support; (2) Clandestine Lighting System </DD><DT>CLSC</DT><DD>COMSEC Logistics Support Center </DD><DT>CLSP</DT><DD>Composite Launch Sequence Plan </DD><DT>CL/TECH</DT><DD>Clear Language Technical Report </DD><DT>cm</DT><DD>Centimeter </DD><DT>CM</DT><DD>(1) Memorandum by the Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff; (2) Collection Management; (3) Countermeasure(s); (4) Cruise Missile; (5) Collection Manager; (6) Collection Management Division; (7) Countermine; (8) Countermine Activities </DD><DT>CMA</DT><DD>(1) Countermission Analysis; (2) Collection Management Authority; (3) Community Management Account </DD><DT>CMAA</DT><DD>(1) Command Master at Arms; (2) Chief Master at Arms </DD><DT>CMAFB</DT><DD>Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Base </DD><DT>CMAFS</DT><DD>Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station </DD><DT>CMAH</DT><DD>CINC Mobile Alternate Headquarters </DD><DT>CMAS</DT><DD>Cheyenne Mountain Air Station </DD><DT>C-MASINT</DT><DD>Counter-Measures and Signature Intelligence </DD><DT>CMB</DT><DD>Collection Management Branch </DD><DT>CMC</DT><DD>(1) Cheyenne Mountain Complex; (2) Commandant, U.S Marine Corps; (3) Command Master Chief </DD><DT>C/MC</DT><DD>Command Master Chief </DD><DT>CMCA</DT><DD>Cruise Missile Carrier Aircraft </DD><DT>CMCC</DT><DD>(1) Commander in Chief, Mobile Command Center; (2) Component Mobile Command Center </DD><DT>CMCDS</DT><DD>Community Multilateral Counterterrorism Database System </DD><DT>CMCI</DT><DD>Computed Mission Coverage Index </DD><DT>CMCM</DT><DD>Commandant, U.S. Marine Corp Memorandum </DD><DT>CMCS</DT><DD>(1) COMSEC Material Control System; (2) COMINT Mission Control System </DD><DT>CMD</DT><DD>(1) Collection Management Division; (2) Command </DD><DT>CMDC</DT><DD>Command Cell </DD><DT>CMDR</DT><DD>Commander </DD><DT>CM&D</DT><DD>Collection Management and Dissemination </DD><DT>CME</DT><DD>Communications Monitoring Equipment </DD><DT>CMEA</DT><DD>Council for Mutual Economic Assistance </DD><DT>CMEC</DT><DD>Captured Material Exploitation Center </DD><DT>CMF</DT><DD>Combat Mission Folder </DD><DT>CMFC</DT><DD>Combined Marine Forces Command </DD><DT>CMIC</DT><DD>Combined Military Interrogation Center </DD><DT>CMISE</DT><DD>Corps Military Intelligence Support Element </DD><DT>CML</DT><DD>Chemical </DD><DT>CMO</DT><DD>(1) Collection Management Office; (2) Civil Military Operations; (3) Central MASINT Office </DD><DT>CMOC</DT><DD>(1) Cheyenne Mountain Operations Center; (2) Civil Military </DD><DT>Operations</DT><DD>Center; (3) Central MASINT Operations Cell </DD><DT>CMOS</DT><DD>Complementary Metal-Oxide Semiconductor </DD><DT>CMOTF</DT><DD>Civil Military Operations Task Force </DD><DT>CMP</DT><DD>(1) Combat Mission Planning; (2) Configuration Management Plan </DD><DT>CMPF</DT><DD>Confidential Military Purpose Funds </DD><DT>CMPS</DT><DD>Compartmented Mode Processing System </DD><DT>CMR</DT><DD>Crisis Management Room </DD><DT>CMRS</DT><DD>Collection Management Requirements System </DD><DT>CMS</DT><DD>(1) Combat Mission Section; (2) Command and Management System; (3) Community Management Staff; (4) Collection </DD><DT>Management</DT><DD>System; (5) Common Mapping Standard </DD><DT>CMS/RMG</DT><DD>Community Management Staff, Resource Management Group </DD><DT>CMSA</DT><DD>Cruise Missile Support Activity </DD><DT>CMSI</DT><DD>Civilian Multi-Spectral Imagery </DD><DT>CMSS</DT><DD>Collection Management Support System </DD><DT>CMST</DT><DD>(1) Collection Management Support Terminal; (2) Collection Management System Tools </DD><DT>CMT</DT><DD>(1) Crisis Management Team; (2) Critical Mobile Target </DD><DT>CMTC</DT><DD>Combat Maneuver Training Center </DD><DT>CMTC-IS</DT><DD>CMTC-Instrumentation System </DD><DT>CMTS</DT><DD>(1) Critical Mobile Target Server; (2) Compliance Monitoring Tracking System </DD><DT>CMW/CMWS</DT><DD>Compartmented Mode Workstation </DD><DT>CN</DT><DD>Counternarcotics </DD><DT>CNA</DT><DD>(1) Center for Naval Analysis; (2) Coordinates Not Available; (3) Critical Node Analysis </DD><DT>CNAC</DT><DD>(1) Customs National Air Command, Oklahoma City; (2) Customs National Aviation Center </DD><DT>CNAD</DT><DD>Conference on NATO Armament Directors </DD><DT>CNAVSPACECOM</DT><DD>Commander, Navy Space Command </DD><DT>CNC</DT><DD>(1) Counternarcotics Center; (2) Computerized Numerical Control </DD><DT>CNCS</DT><DD>Cryptonet Control Station </DD><DT>CN-CMS</DT><DD>Counternarcotics Command and Management System </DD><DT>CNES</DT><DD>Centre National dé─˘Etudes Spatiales (French National Space </DD><DT>Agency)</DT><DD></DD><DT>CNET</DT><DD>(1) Chief of Naval Education and Training; (2) Centre National dé─˘Etudes Des Telecommunications </DD><DT>C3NET</DT><DD>Command, Control, and Communications Networks </DD><DT>CNFJ</DT><DD>Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Japan </DD><DT>CNFK</DT><DD>Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Korea </DD><DT>CNFM</DT><DD>Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Marianas </DD><DT>CNI</DT><DD>(1) Communicating NATO Intentions; (2) Communications, Navigation, or Identification </DD><DT>CNIC</DT><DD>Combined Naval Intelligence Center </DD><DT>CNIN</DT><DD>Composite Network, Front-End Internal Network </DD><DT>CNIPS</DT><DD>Counternarcotics Information Processing System </DD><DT>CNK</DT><DD>Cryptonet Key </DD><DT>CNMI</DT><DD>Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands </DD><DT>CNN</DT><DD>Cable News Network </DD><DT>CNO</DT><DD>Chief of Naval Operations </DD><DT>C/No</DT><DD>Ratio of carrier to noise in a 1Hz bandwidth </DD><DT>CNOC</DT><DD>(1) Counternarcotics Operations Center; (2) Combined Naval Operations Center </DD><DT>CNOM</DT><DD>Chief of Naval Operations Memorandum </DD><DT>CNOR</DT><DD>Command Not Operationally Ready </DD><DT>CNR</DT><DD>(1) Chief of Naval Research; (2) Combat Net Radio </DD><DT>CNRIU</DT><DD>Combat Net Radio Interface Unit </DD><DT>CNS</DT><DD>Commercial Network Survivability </DD><DT>CNSWTG</DT><DD>Commander, Naval Special Warfare Task Group </DD><DT>CNTL</DT><DD>Command Nuclear Target List </DD><DT>CNVFD</DT><DD>Color Night Vision Fusion Device </DD><DT>CNWDI</DT><DD>Critical Nuclear Weapons Design Information </DD><DT>CO</DT><DD>(1) Commanding Officer; (2) Company </DD><DT>CO3</DT><DD>Combined Staff Public and Governmental Affairs Officer </DD><DT>CO6</DT><DD>Combined Staff Judge Advocate </DD><DT>CO7</DT><DD>Combined Staff Command Surgeon </DD><DT>COA</DT><DD>Course of Action </DD><DT>COB</DT><DD>(1) Close of Business; (2) Collated Operating Base; (3) Chief of Base; (4) Command Operating Budget </DD><DT>COBE</DT><DD>Cosmic Background Explorer </DD><DT>COBOL</DT><DD>Common Business Oriented Language </DD><DT>COC</DT><DD>Combat Operations Center </DD><DT>COCOM</DT><DD>(1) Coordinating Committee; (2) Combatant Command </DD><DT>COD</DT><DD>Carrier On-board Delivery </DD><DT>CODIS</DT><DD>Continuity of Defense Intelligence Systems </DD><DT>COE</DT><DD>Common Operating Environment </DD><DT>COEA</DT><DD>Cost and Operational Effectiveness Analysis </DD><DT>COFIR</DT><DD>Compendium of Future Intelligence Requirements </DD><DT>COFs</DT><DD>Central Operating Facilities </DD><DT>CofS</DT><DD>Chief of Staff </DD><DT>COG</DT><DD>(1) Combined Operations Group; (2) Continuity of Government; (3) Center of Gravity </DD><DT>COI</DT><DD>Communities of Interest </DD><DT>COIC</DT><DD>Combat Operations Intelligence Center (USAFE) </DD><DT>COIN</DT><DD>Counterinsurgency </DD><DT>COINS</DT><DD>(1) Consolidated On-Line Intelligence System; (2) Community On-Line Intelligence Network Systems </DD><DT>COINS-II</DT><DD>Community On-Line Intelligence System-II </DD><DT>COIR</DT><DD>Commanderé─˘s Operational Intelligence Requirements </DD><DT>COIS</DT><DD>Combat Operations Intelligence System </DD><DT>COLISEUM</DT><DD>Community On-Line Intelligence System for End Users and </DD><DT>Managers</DT><DD></DD><DT>COLL</DT><DD>Collection </DD><DT>COLLECT</DT><DD>Collection </DD><DT>COLOP</DT><DD>Collection Opportunity (messages) </DD><DT>COLT</DT><DD>Combat Observation and Laser Team </DD><DT>COM</DT><DD>(1) Computer Output to Microform; (2) Chief of Mission (U.S. Embassy); (3) Collection Operations Management; (4) Commander </DD><DT>COMA</DT><DD>Court of Military Appeals </DD><DT>COMACC</DT><DD>Commander, Air Combat Command </DD><DT>COMAAFCE</DT><DD>Commander, Allied Air Forces Central Europe </DD><DT>COMAFFOR</DT><DD>Commander, Air Force Forces </DD><DT>COMAFOSI</DT><DD>Commander, Air Force Office of Special Investigations </DD><DT>COMAFSOC</DT><DD>Commander, U.S. Air Force Special Operations Command </DD><DT>COMAFSPACE</DT><DD>Commander, Air Force Space Command </DD><DT>COMALCOM</DT><DD>Commander, Alaskan Command </DD><DT>COMAMC</DT><DD>Commander, Air Mobility Command </DD><DT>COMARSPACECOM</DT><DD>Commander, Army Space Command </DD><DT>COMASPC</DT><DD>Commander, Air Force Space Command </DD><DT>COMAINT</DT><DD>Command Maintenance </DD><DT>COMAIR-BALTAP</DT><DD>Commander, Allied Air Forces, Baltic Approaches </DD><DT>COMAIRSOUTH</DT><DD>Commander, Allied Air Forces, Southern Europe </DD><DT>COMALCOM</DT><DD>Commander, Alaskan Command </DD><DT>COMALF</DT><DD>Commander of Airlift Forces </DD><DT>COMANR</DT><DD>Commander, Alaskan NORAD Region </DD><DT>COMANTDEF-COM</DT><DD>Commander, Antilles Defense Command </DD><DT>COMARFOR</DT><DD>Commander, Army Forces </DD><DT>COMARSOC</DT><DD>Commander, U.S. Army Special Operations Command </DD><DT>COMARSOF</DT><DD>Commander, U.S. Army Special Operations Forces </DD><DT>COMATF</DT><DD>Commander, Amphibious Task Force </DD><DT>COMBALTAP</DT><DD>Commander, Allied Forces, Baltic Approaches </DD><DT>COMBAT</DT><DD>DF Combat Direction Finding </DD><DT>COMBENE-CHAN</DT><DD>Commander, Benelux Sub-Area Channel </DD><DT>COMBISCLANT</DT><DD>Commander, Bay of Biscay Submarine Area </DD><DT>COMCANLANT</DT><DD>Commander, Canadian Atlantic Submarine Area </DD><DT>COMCARGRU</DT><DD>Commander Carrier Group </DD><DT>COMCENTAG</DT><DD>Commander, Central Army Group, Central Europe </DD><DT>COMCENTLANT</DT><DD>Commander, Central Submarine Area </DD><DT>COMCM</DT><DD>Communication Countermeasures & Deception </DD><DT>COMCO</DT><DD>Canadian SSO </DD><DT>COMCRUDESGRU</DT><DD>Commander Cruiser Destroyer Group </DD><DT>COMDT</DT><DD>COGARD Commandant, U.S. Coast Guard </DD><DT>COMECON</DT><DD>Council for Mutual Economic Assistance </DD><DT>COMEDCENT</DT><DD>Commander, Central Mediterranean Area </DD><DT>COMEDEAST</DT><DD>Commander, Eastern Mediterranean Area </DD><DT>COMEDNOREAST</DT><DD>Commander, Northeast Mediterranean Area </DD><DT>COMEDOC</DT><DD>Commander, Western Mediterranean Area </DD><DT>COMEDS</DT><DD>CONUS Meteorological Data System </DD><DT>COMEDSOUEAST</DT><DD>Commander, Southeast Mediterranean Area </DD><DT>COMEX</DT><DD>(1) Committee on Exchanges; (2) Communications Exercise </DD><DT>COMFAIRKEF</DT><DD>Commander, Fleet Air Keflavik </DD><DT>COMFIVEATAF</DT><DD>Commander, Fifth Allied Tactical Air Force, Southern Europe </DD><DT>COMFLDCOMDASA</DT><DD>Commander, Field Command, Defense Atomic Support Agency </DD><DT>COMFOURATAF</DT><DD>Commander, Fourth Allied Tactical Air Force Central Europe </DD><DT>COMGIB</DT><DD>Naval Commander, Gibraltar </DD><DT>COMGIBMED</DT><DD>Commander, Gibraltar Mediterranean Command </DD><DT>COMGTMODEFCOM</DT><DD>Commander, Guantanamo Defense Command </DD><DT>COMICEDEFOR</DT><DD>Commander, Iceland Defense Force </DD><DT>COMIDEASTFOR</DT><DD>Commander, Middle East Force (USN) </DD><DT>COMINEWARCOM</DT><DD>Commander, Mine Warfare Command </DD><DT>COMINT</DT><DD>Communications Intelligence </DD><DT>COMINTADTSK</DT><DD>COMINT Advisory Tasking Message </DD><DT>COMIREX</DT><DD>Committee on Imagery Requirements and Exploitation </DD><DT>COMIS</DT><DD>Collection Management Information System </DD><DT>COMJAM</DT><DD>Communications Jamming </DD><DT>COMJSOC</DT><DD>Commander, Joint Special Operations Command </DD><DT>COMJSOTF</DT><DD>Commander, Joint Special Operations Task Force </DD><DT>COMJTF</DT><DD>Commander, Joint Task Force </DD><DT>COMJUWATF</DT><DD>Commander, Joint Unconventional Warfare Task Force </DD><DT>COML</DT><DD>Commercial </DD><DT>COMLANDFOR</DT><DD>Commander, Land Forces </DD><DT>COMLANDJUT</DT><DD>Commander, Allied Land Forces, Schleswig-Holstein & Jutland </DD><DT>COMLANDNORWAY</DT><DD>Commander, Allied Land Forces, Norway </DD><DT>COMLANDSOUTH</DT><DD>Commander, Allied Land Forces, Southern Europe </DD><DT>COMLANDZEALAND</DT><DD>Commander, Allied Land Forces, New Zealand </DD><DT>COMLANTAREA</DT><DD>Commander, Coast Guard Atlantic Area </DD><DT>COMLOGNET</DT><DD>Combat Logistics Network </DD><DT>COMM</DT><DD>(1) Communication; (2) Commercial </DD><DT>COMM(S)</DT><DD>Communication(s) </DD><DT>COMMAIRCHAN</DT><DD>Commander, Allied Maritime Air Force, Channel </DD><DT>COMMAIRNORLANT</DT><DD>Maritime Air Commander, Northern Submarine Area </DD><DT>COMMARBASPAC</DT><DD>Commander, Marine Corps Base, Pacific </DD><DT>COMMARDEZSECAK</DT><DD>Commander, U.S. Maritime Defense Zone Sector, Alaska </DD><DT>COMMARFOR</DT><DD>Commander, Marine Forces </DD><DT>COMMARFORJAPAN</DT><DD>Commander, Marine Forces, Japan </DD><DT>COMMARFORK</DT><DD>Commander, Marine Forces, Korea </DD><DT>COMMARFORPAC</DT><DD>Commander Marine Corps Forces, Pacific </DD><DT>COMMARFORSOUTH</DT><DD>Commander, Marine Corps Forces, South </DD><DT>COMMCEN</DT><DD>Communications Center </DD><DT>COMMDET</DT><DD>Communications Detachment </DD><DT>COMMO</DT><DD>Communications </DD><DT>COMMS</DT><DD>CTR Communications Center </DD><DT>COMMZ</DT><DD>Communications Zone </DD><DT>COMNAVAIR</DT><DD>Commander, Naval Air Forces </DD><DT>COMNAVAIRLANT</DT><DD>Commander, Naval Air Forces, Atlantic </DD><DT>COMNAVAIRPAC</DT><DD>Commander, Naval Air Forces, Pacific </DD><DT>COMNAVBALTAP</DT><DD>Commander, Allied Naval Forces, Baltic Approaches </DD><DT>COMNAVFOR</DT><DD>Commander, Naval Forces </DD><DT>COMNAVFORK</DT><DD>Commander, Naval Forces, Korea </DD><DT>COMNAVINTCOM</DT><DD>Commander, Naval Intelligence Command </DD><DT>COMNAVLOG</DT><DD>Commander, Naval Logistics </DD><DT>COMNAVMARIANAS</DT><DD>Commander, Naval Forces, Marianas </DD><DT>COMNAVNON</DT><DD>Commander, Allied Naval Forces, North Norway </DD><DT>COMNAVSCAP</DT><DD>Commander, Allied Naval Forces, Scandinavian Approaches </DD><DT>COMNAVSEASYSCOM</DT><DD>Commander, Naval Sea Systems Command </DD><DT>COMNAVSECGRU</DT><DD>Commander, Naval Security Group </DD><DT>COMNAVSOF</DT><DD>Commander, Naval Special Operations Forces </DD><DT>COMNAVSPACECOM</DT><DD>Commander, Naval Space Command </DD><DT>COMNAVSPECWARCOM</DT><DD>Commander, Naval Special Warfare Command </DD><DT>COMNAVSURF</DT><DD>Commander, Naval Surface Forces </DD><DT>COMNAVSURFLANT</DT><DD>Commander, Naval Surface Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet </DD><DT>COMNAVSURFPAC</DT><DD>Commander, Naval Surface Force, Pacific </DD><DT>COMNORECHAN</DT><DD>Commander, Northern Submarine Area, Channel </DD><DT>COMNORLANT</DT><DD>Commander, Northern Submarine Area </DD><DT>COMNORTHAG</DT><DD>Commander, Northern Army Group, Central Europe </DD><DT>COMNSWU</DT><DD>Commander, Naval Special Warfare Unit </DD><DT>COMOCEANLANT</DT><DD>Commander, Ocean Atlantic </DD><DT>COMOCEANSYSLANT</DT><DD>Commander, Oceanographic Systems Atlantic </DD><DT>COMOCEANSYSPAC</DT><DD>Commander, Oceanographic Systems Pacific Company </DD><DT>COMOPS</DT><DD>Communications Operations Summary </DD><DT>COMP</DT><DD>Compatible </DD><DT>COMPACAF</DT><DD>Commander, Pacific Air Forces </DD><DT>COMPASS</DT><DD>Computerized Movement Planning and Status System </DD><DT>COMPATWINGSLANT</DT><DD>Commander, Patrol Wings Atlantic </DD><DT>COMPHIBGRU</DT><DD>Commander, Amphibious Group </DD><DT>COMPLYMCHAN</DT><DD>Commander, Plymouth Submarine Area, Channel </DD><DT>COMPUINT</DT><DD>Computer Intelligence </DD><DT>COMPUSEC</DT><DD>Computer Security </DD><DT>COMPW</DT><DD>Composite Wing </DD><DT>COMPWING</DT><DD>Composite Wing </DD><DT>COMS</DT><DD>Collection Operations Management System (HUMINT) </DD><DT>COMSAT</DT><DD>Communications Satellite </DD><DT>COMSC</DT><DD>Commander, Military Sealift Command </DD><DT>COMSEC</DT><DD>Communications Security </DD><DT>COMSECONDFLT</DT><DD>Commander, U.S. Second Fleet </DD><DT>COMSEVENTHFLT</DT><DD>Commander, U.S. Seventh Fleet </DD><DT>COMSIXATAF</DT><DD>Commander, Sixth Allied Tactical Air Force, Southeastern </DD><DT>Europe</DT><DD></DD><DT>COMSIXTHFLT</DT><DD>Commander, U.S. Sixth Fleet </DD><DT>COMSOC</DT><DD>Commander, Special Operations Command </DD><DT>COMSOC-K</DT><DD>Commander, Special Operations Command, Korea </DD><DT>COMSOCEUR</DT><DD>Commander, Special Operations Command, Europe </DD><DT>COMSOCLANT</DT><DD>Commander, Special Operations Command, Atlantic </DD><DT>COMSOCPAC</DT><DD>Commander, Special Operations Command, Pacific </DD><DT>COMSOCSOUTH</DT><DD>Commander, Special Operations Command, Southern Command </DD><DT>COMSOTFE</DT><DD>Commander, Support Operations Task Force, Europe </DD><DT>COMSPOT</DT><DD>Communications Spot Report </DD><DT>COMSTAT</DT><DD>Communication Status Report </DD><DT>COMSTRATCOMWING</DT><DD>ONE Commander, Strategic Communications Wing One </DD><DT>COMSTRICKFLANT</DT><DD>Commander, Striking Fleet Atlantic (Afloat) </DD><DT>COMSTRIKFLTLANT</DT><DD>Commander, Striking Fleet, Atlantic </DD><DT>COMSTRIKFORSOUTH</DT><DD>Commander, Striking Force, South </DD><DT>COMSTS</DT><DD>Commander, Military Sea Transportation Service </DD><DT>COMSUBACLANT</DT><DD>Commander, Submarine Forces, Allied Command, Atlantic </DD><DT>COMSUBEASTLANT</DT><DD>Commander, Submarine Force, Eastern Atlantic </DD><DT>COMSUBGRU</DT><DD>Commander, Submarine Group </DD><DT>COMSUBGRU</DT><DD>8/CTF MED Commander Submarine Group (Mediterranean)/Commander </DD><DT>Task</DT><DD>Force Mediterranean </DD><DT>COMSUBLANT</DT><DD>Commander, Submarine Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet </DD><DT>COMSUBMED</DT><DD>Commander, Submarines, Mediterranean </DD><DT>COMSUBPAC</DT><DD>Commander, Submarine Forces, Pacific </DD><DT>COMSUBWESTLANT</DT><DD>Commander, Submarine Force, Western Atlantic Area </DD><DT>COMSUPNAVFOR</DT><DD>Commander, Supporting Naval Forces </DD><DT>COMTAFNORNOR</DT><DD>Commander, Allied Tactical Air Force, North Norway </DD><DT>COMTAFSONOR</DT><DD>Commander, Allied Tactical Air Force, South Norway </DD><DT>COMTASKFORNON</DT><DD>Commander, Allied Task Force, North Norway </DD><DT>COMTECHREP</DT><DD>Complementary Technical Report </DD><DT>COMTHIRDFLT</DT><DD>Commander, Third Fleet </DD><DT>COMTRAPAC</DT><DD>Commander, Training Command, Pacific </DD><DT>COMTWOATAF</DT><DD>Commander, Second Allied Tactical Air Force, Central Europe </DD><DT>COMUKADR</DT><DD>Commander, UK NATO Air Defense Region </DD><DT>COMUSAFAK</DT><DD>Commander, U.S. Air Forces, Alaska </DD><DT>COMUSAFFOR</DT><DD>Commander, United States Air Force Forces </DD><DT>COMUSAFJ</DT><DD>Commander, U.S. Air Forces, Japan </DD><DT>COMUSAFK</DT><DD>Commander, U.S. Air Forces, Korea </DD><DT>COMUSAFTF</DT><DD>Commander, United States Air Force Task Force </DD><DT>COMUSARAK</DT><DD>Commander, U.S. Army Forces, Alaska </DD><DT>COMUSARCENT</DT><DD>Commander, U.S. Army Forces Central Command </DD><DT>COMUSARFOR</DT><DD>Commander, United States Army Forces </DD><DT>COMUSARSO</DT><DD>Commander, United States Army Forces Southern Command </DD><DT>COMUSARSPACE</DT><DD>Commander, U.S. Army Space Command </DD><DT>COMUSARTF</DT><DD>Commander, United States Army Task Force </DD><DT>COMUSASOC</DT><DD>Commander, U.S. Army Special Operations Command </DD><DT>COMUSFOR</DT><DD>KOREA Commander, U.S. Forces Korea </DD><DT>COMUSFK</DT><DD>Commander, U.S. Forces, Korea </DD><DT>COMUSFORAZ</DT><DD>Commander, U.S. Forces, Azores </DD><DT>COMUSFORCARIB</DT><DD>Commander, U.S. Forces, Caribbean </DD><DT>COMUSFORCNTY</DT><DD>Commander US Forces Country </DD><DT>COMUSJ</DT><DD>Commander, U.S. Forces, Japan </DD><DT>COMUSJAPAN</DT><DD>Commander, U.S. Forces, Japan (also COMUSJ) </DD><DT>COMUSJTF</DT><DD>Commander, United States Joint Task Force </DD><DT>COMUSJUWTF</DT><DD>Commander, United States Joint Unconventional WarfareTask Force </DD><DT>COMUSKOREA</DT><DD>Commander, U.S. Forces, Korea (also COMUSK) </DD><DT>COMUSLANDFOR</DT><DD>Commander, United States Land Forces </DD><DT>COMUSMACTHAI</DT><DD>Commander, United States Military Assistance Command, </DD><DT>Thailand</DT><DD></DD><DT>COMUSMARCENT</DT><DD>Commander, U.S. Marine Forces Central Command </DD><DT>COMUSMARDEZLANT</DT><DD>Commander, U.S. Maritime Defense Zone, Atlantic </DD><DT>COMUSMARDEZPAC</DT><DD>Commander, U.S. Maritime Defense Zone, Pacific </DD><DT>COMUSMARFOR</DT><DD>Commander, United States Marine Forces </DD><DT>COMUSMARTF</DT><DD>Commander, United States Marine Task Force </DD><DT>COMUSMILGP</DT><DD>Commander, United States Military Group </DD><DT>COMUSNAVAK</DT><DD>Commander, U.S. Naval Forces, Alaska </DD><DT>COMUSNAVCENT</DT><DD>Commander, U.S. Naval Forces, Central Command </DD><DT>COMUSNAVEUR</DT><DD>Commander, U.S. Naval Forces, Europe </DD><DT>COMUSNAVFOR</DT><DD>Commander, United States Naval Forces </DD><DT>COMUSNAVPHIL</DT><DD>Commander, U.S. Naval Forces, Philippines </DD><DT>COMUSNAVSO</DT><DD>Commander, U.S. Naval Forces South </DD><DT>COMUSNAVTF</DT><DD>Commander, United States Naval Task Force </DD><DT>COMZEALAND</DT><DD>Commander, Allied Land Forces, New Zealand </DD><DT>CON</DT><DD>Control(led) </DD><DT>CONAD</DT><DD>Continental Air Defense Command </DD><DT>CONDECA</DT><DD>Central America Defense Council </DD><DT>CONF</DT><DD>Confidential </DD><DT>CONFIG</DT><DD>Configuration </DD><DT>CONG</DT><DD>Congress </DD><DT>CONGEN</DT><DD>Consul General </DD><DT>CONGINT</DT><DD>Congressional Interest </DD><DT>ConNMJIC</DT><DD>Contingency NMJIC </DD><DT>CONOBJTR</DT><DD>Conscientious Objector </DD><DT>CONOP(S)</DT><DD>Concept of Operation(s) </DD><DT>CONOPS</DT><DD>(1) United States Army Intelligence Command Continental (United States) Operations; (2) Concept of Operations </DD><DT>CONPG</DT><DD>Chairman, Operational Nuclear Planning Group </DD><DT>CONPLAN</DT><DD>(1) Concept Plan; (2) Contingency Plan </DD><DT>CONR</DT><DD>CONUS NORAD Region </DD><DT>CONTEXT</DT><DD>Conferencing and Text Manipulation System </DD><DT>CONTRA-</DT><DD>Against, Opposite (Prefix) </DD><DT>CONUS</DT><DD>Continental United States </DD><DT>CONUSA</DT><DD>Continental United States Army </DD><DT>CONVL</DT><DD>Conventional </DD><DT>COOP</DT><DD>Continuity of Operations Plan </DD><DT>COORD</DT><DD>Coordination </DD><DT>COP</DT><DD>(1) Command Observation Post; (2) Crashout Package </DD><DT>COPG</DT><DD>Chairman, Operational Planners Group </DD><DT>COPRA</DT><DD>Comparative Postwar Recovery Analysis </DD><DT>COPRL</DT><DD>Command Operations Priority Requirements List </DD><DT>COPSTRAT</DT><DD>Continuity of Operations Plan (USSTRATCOM) </DD><DT>COR</DT><DD>(1) Command Operationally Ready; (2) Central Office of Record; (3) Contracting Officeré─˘s Representative </DD><DT>CORCEN</DT><DD>Correlation Center </DD><DT>CORE</DT><DD>Contingency Response (Program) </DD><DT>CORL</DT><DD>(1) Collection Opportunity Requirements List; (2) Chief of Receive Location </DD><DT>CORM</DT><DD>Commission on Roles and Missions </DD><DT>CORPS</DT><DD>SAM Corps Surface-to-Air Missile </DD><DT>CORTRAIN</DT><DD>Corps/Division Training Coordination Program </DD><DT>COS</DT><DD>(1) Combat Operations Staff; (2) Chief of Station; (3) Chief of Staff; (4) Communications Segment </DD><DT>cos</DT><DD>Cosine </DD><DT>COSAL</DT><DD>Consolidated Ship/Squadron Allowance </DD><DT>COSCOM</DT><DD>Corps Support Command </DD><DT>COSIN</DT><DD>Control Staff Instructions </DD><DT>COSA</DT><DD>Commander, Oceanographic Systems, Atlantic </DD><DT>COSP</DT><DD>Commander, Oceanographic Systems, Pacific </DD><DT>COSPO</DT><DD>Community Open Source Program Office Cotangent </DD><DT>COTP</DT><DD>Captain of the Port </DD><DT>COTR</DT><DD>Contracting Officeré─˘s Technical Representative </DD><DT>COTS</DT><DD>(1) Commercial Off-the-Shelf; (2) Container Offloading Transfer System </DD><DT>COUNTERMASINT</DT><DD>Counter Measurements and Signature Intelligence </DD><DT>COVCOM</DT><DD>Covert Communications </DD><DT>CoVRT</DT><DD>Commanders (and Staff) Visualization Research Tool </DD><DT>CP</DT><DD>(1) Contingency Planning; (2) Command Post; (3) Character Position; (4) Communications Processor; (5) Central Processor; (6) Career Program; (7) Counterproliferation </DD><DT>C&P</DT><DD>Characteristics and Performance </DD><DT>C-P</DT><DD>Counterproliferation </DD><DT>CPA</DT><DD>(1) Chairmané─˘s Program Assessment; (2) Collection </DD><DT>Planning</DT><DD>Aid; (3) CJCS Preparedness Assessment </DD><DT>CPAT</DT><DD>Collection Planning and Targeting </DD><DT>CPB</DT><DD>Charged Particle Beam </DD><DT>CPBS</DT><DD>(1) Capabilities Programming and Budgeting System; (2) Consolidated Program and Budgeting System </DD><DT>CPC</DT><DD>(1) Coastal Patrol Boat; (2) Collection and Processing Center; (3) Central Processing Center </DD><DT>CPE</DT><DD>(1) Circular Probable Error; (2) Central Production Element </DD><DT>CPFL</DT><DD>Contingency Planning Facilities List </DD><DT>CPI</DT><DD>Communications Processor and Interface </DD><DT>CPIA</DT><DD>Chemical Propulsion Information Agency </DD><DT>CPIC</DT><DD>Coastal Patrol and Interdiction Craft </DD><DT>CPM</DT><DD>Cycles Per Minute </DD><DT>CPMIEC</DT><DD>China Precision Machinery Import Export Corporation </DD><DT>CPNET</DT><DD>Custom Product Network </DD><DT>CPO</DT><DD>(1) Command Project Officer; (2) Chief Petty Officer </DD><DT>CPP</DT><DD>Communist Party of the Philippines </DD><DT>CPR</DT><DD>(1) Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation; (2) Chairmané─˘s </DD><DT>Program</DT><DD>Recommendations </DD><DT>CPS</DT><DD>(1) Collection Problem Set; (2) Correlation Processing Subsystem; (3) Characters Per Second; (4) COMSEC Parent Switch; (5) Craft Positioning System </DD><DT>CPSB</DT><DD>Career Program Selection Board </DD><DT>CPSS</DT><DD>Computer Systems Squadron </DD><DT>CPSU</DT><DD>Communist Party of the Soviet Union </DD><DT>CPT</DT><DD>Command Post Terminal </DD><DT>CPU</DT><DD>(1) Central Processing Unit; (2) Communications </DD><DT>Processing</DT><DD>Unit; (3) Computer Processing Unit </DD><DT>CPX</DT><DD>Command Post Exercise </DD><DT>CP</DT><DD>OSCAR Command Post Operations Support Center and Rear </DD><DT>CP</DT><DD>TANGO Command Post Tactical Air, Naval, Ground Operations </DD><DT>CQB</DT><DD>Close Quarter Battle </DD><DT>C-QUIP</DT><DD>Combined Quarterly Intelligence Production Listing </DD><DT>CR</DT><DD>(1) Crisis Relocation; (2) Combat Radius; (3) Collection Request; (4) Close Range; (5) Collections Requirement </DD><DT>CRAF</DT><DD>Civil Reserve Air Fleet </DD><DT>CRB</DT><DD>Contingency Reference Book </DD><DT>CRBIF</DT><DD>Crisis Basis Imagery File </DD><DT>CRC</DT><DD>(1) Command and Reporting Center; (2) Control and Reporting Center; (3) CONUS Replacement Center </DD><DT>CRDC</DT><DD>United States Army Chemical Research & Development Center </DD><DT>CRDL</DT><DD>Collateral Recurring Document Listing </DD><DT>CRE</DT><DD>(1) Combat Readiness Evaluation; (2) Control and Reporting Element </DD><DT>CREST</DT><DD>Covert Reconnaissance/Strike </DD><DT>CRF</DT><DD>(1) Crisis Response Force; (2) Cable Reports File </DD><DT>CRIMP</DT><DD>Crisis Management Plan </DD><DT>CRIS</DT><DD>Command Resources Information System </DD><DT>CRISCON</DT><DD>Crisis Condition (I&W System) </DD><DT>C-RISTA</DT><DD>Counter-Reconnaissance, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Target </DD><DT>Acquisition</DT><DD></DD><DT>CRITIC</DT><DD>(1) Critical Intelligence; (2) Critical Intelligence Message; (3) Critical Intelligence Communication </DD><DT>CRITICOM</DT><DD>Critical Intelligence Communications Network </DD><DT>CRJOIC</DT><DD>Central Region Joint Operational Intelligence Center </DD><DT>CRL</DT><DD>Certificate Revocation List </DD><DT>CRM</DT><DD>Collection Requirements Management </DD><DT>CRMA</DT><DD>Collection Requirements Management Architecture/Application </DD><DT>CRMO</DT><DD>Collection Requirements Management Office(r) </DD><DT>CRMP</DT><DD>Collection Requirements Management Program or Plan </DD><DT>CRMS</DT><DD>Collection Requirements Management System </DD><DT>CRN</DT><DD>Combat Radio Net </DD><DT>CROF</DT><DD>Crete Remote Operating Facility </DD><DT>CROM</DT><DD>Continuous Read-Only Memory </DD><DT>CRP</DT><DD>(1) Control and Reporting Post; (2) COMSEC Resources Program </DD><DT>CRRC</DT><DD>Combat Rubber Raiding Craft </DD><DT>CRRES</DT><DD>Combined Release and Radiation Effects Satellite </DD><DT>CRRS</DT><DD>Customer Requirements Registration System </DD><DT>CRS</DT><DD>(1) COMIREX Requirements Structure; (2) Combined Recording Site; (3) Comprehensive Retrieval Subsystem; (4) Catholic </DD><DT>Relief</DT><DD>Service; (5) Congressional Research Service; (6) Community Relations Service </DD><DT>CRT</DT><DD>(1) Cathode Ray Tube (Terminal); (2) Combat Readiness Training; (3) Crisis Response Team </DD><DT>CRTA</DT><DD>Chief of Rocket Troops and Artillery </DD><DT>CRUDESGRU</DT><DD>Cruiser-Destroyer Group </DD><DT>CRWG</DT><DD>Current Requirements Working Group </DD><DT>CRYPTO</DT><DD>(1) Cryptography/Cryptographic; (2) Cryptologic </DD><DT>CS</DT><DD>(1) Combat Support; (2) Communications Subsystem; (3) Constant Source; (4) Chief of Staff; (5) Central Servers; (6) Coalition Support </DD><DT>CS1</DT><DD>Critical-Sensitive Level 1 </DD><DT>CSA</DT><DD>(1) Chief of Staff, U.S. Army; (2) Central Supplies Agency of NATO; (3) Corps Support Activity; (4) Combat Support </DD><DT>Agency(ies)</DT><DD></DD><DT>CSABE</DT><DD>Central and South African Basic Encyclopedia </DD><DT>CSAF</DT><DD>Chief of Staff, U.S. Air Force </DD><DT>CSAFM</DT><DD>Chief of Staff, Air Force Memorandum </DD><DT>CSAM</DT><DD>Chief of Staff, Army Memorandum </DD><DT>CSAR</DT><DD>Combat Search and Rescue </DD><DT>CSAW</DT><DD>Cryptologic Support to Amphibious Warfare </DD><DT>CSB</DT><DD>(1) Close Silo Basing; (2) Collection Support Brief (HUMINT); (3) Current Situation Branch </DD><DT>CSBR</DT><DD>Commander, Special Boat Squadron </DD><DT>CSC</DT><DD>(1) Community Support Center; (2) Customer Support Center; (3) Combat Support Cell </DD><DT>CSCE</DT><DD>Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe </DD><DT>CSCG</DT><DD>Communications Security Control Group </DD><DT>CSCI</DT><DD>(1) Commercial Satellite Communications Initiative; (2) Computer Software Configuration Interface </DD><DT>CSCR</DT><DD>Computer System Change Request </DD><DT>CSDS</DT><DD>Command Spatial Display System </DD><DT>CSCT</DT><DD>Combat Support Coordination Team </DD><DT>CSE</DT><DD>(1) Cryptologic Support Element(s); (2) Command Support Element; (3) Client Server Environment; (4) Canadian SIGINT Establishment; (5) Communi-cations Security Element </DD><DT>CSE-SS</DT><DD>Client Server Environment-System Services </DD><DT>CSEL</DT><DD>Combat Survivor-Evader Locator </DD><DT>CSENCNET</DT><DD>Satellite Education Network </DD><DT>CSF</DT><DD>Command Support Functions </DD><DT>CSFOCI</DT><DD>Force Protection Operations </DD><DT>CSG</DT><DD>(1) Cryptologic Support Group; (2) Chairmané─˘s Staff Group; (3) Combat Support Group; (4) Corps Support Group </DD><DT>CSG-SOCOM</DT><DD>Cryptologic Support Group/USSOCOM </DD><DT>CSGN</DT><DD>Nuclear Strike Cruiser </DD><DT>CSI</DT><DD>Commercial Satellite Interconnectivity </DD><DT>C-SIGINT</DT><DD>Counter Signals Intelligence </DD><DT>CSIS</DT><DD>Canadian Security and Investigative Service </DD><DT>CSMA/CD</DT><DD>Carrier Sense Multiple Access with Collision Detection </DD><DT>CSMO</DT><DD>Cryptologic Support to Military Operations </DD><DT>C3SMP</DT><DD>Command, Control, Communications System Master Plan </DD><DT>CSMR</DT><DD>Coarse Spatial Resolution, Multispectral </DD><DT>CSOC</DT><DD>Consolidated Space Operations Center </DD><DT>CSP</DT><DD>(1) Communications Support Processor; (2) Crisis Staffing Procedures; (3) Contingency Support Package </DD><DT>CSP/HOL</DT><DD>Communications Support Processor/High Order Language </DD><DT>CSPAR</DT><DD>(1) Central Strategic Processing, Analysis, and Reporting; (2) CINCé─˘s Preparedness Assessment Report </DD><DT>CSPO</DT><DD>Consolidated SAFE Project Office </DD><DT>CSR</DT><DD>(1) Current Situation Room; (2) Coastal Surveillance Radar; (3) Controlled Supply Rate; (4) Collection Support Requirement; (5) Combat Search & Rescue </DD><DT>CSRD</DT><DD>Communication-Computer Systems Requirement Document </DD><DT>CSRS</DT><DD>Civil Service Retirement System </DD><DT>CSS</DT><DD>(1) Communications Security System; (2) Communications Support System; (3) Central Security Service; (4) Combat Service Support; (5) Collateral Support System; (6) Contingency Support Study; (7) Communications System Segment; (8) Common </DD><DT>Sensor</DT><DD>System; (9) COMSEC Subordinate Switch; (10) Combat </DD><DT>Surveillance</DT><DD>Service; (11) Continuous Signature Service; (12) Coded Switch System; (13) Command Specific Server </DD><DT>CSSA</DT><DD>Cryptologic Shore Support Activity </DD><DT>CSSCS</DT><DD>(1) Combat Service Support Control System; (2) Combat Service Support Computer System </DD><DT>CSSD</DT><DD>Combat Service Support Detachment </DD><DT>CSSE</DT><DD>Combat Service Support Element </DD><DT>CSSO</DT><DD>Contractor Special Security Officer </DD><DT>CSSP</DT><DD>Combined Services Support Program </DD><DT>CSSOC</DT><DD>Combat Service Support Operations Center </DD><DT>CSSR</DT><DD>CSS Replacement </DD><DT>CSST</DT><DD>Combat Service Support Team </DD><DT>CST</DT><DD>(1) Central Standard Time; (2) Coastal Survey Team; (3) Coalition Support Team </DD><DT>CSTC</DT><DD>Consolidated Space Test Center </DD><DT>CSTIP</DT><DD>Combined Strategic Intelligence Training Program </DD><DT>CSTOL</DT><DD>Cargo Short Take-Off & Landing </DD><DT>CSTVRP</DT><DD>Computer Security Technical Vulnerability Reporting Program </DD><DT>CT</DT><DD>(1) Training Cruiser; (2) Counterterrorism; (3) Combating Terrorism; (4) Cryptologic Technician </DD><DT>CTA</DT><DD>(1) Central Technical Authority; (2) Common Table of Allowances </DD><DT>CTAI</DT><DD>Continuous-Tone Aerial Imagery </DD><DT>CTAK</DT><DD>Cypher-Text Auto-Key </DD><DT>CTAPS</DT><DD>Contingency Theater Automated Planning System </DD><DT>CTB</DT><DD>Comprehensive Test Ban </DD><DT>CTBT</DT><DD>Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty </DD><DT>CTC</DT><DD>(1) Combat Targeting Center; (2) Counterterrorism Center; (3) Combat Training Center </DD><DT>CTD</DT><DD>(1) Collective Training Directorate; (2) Charge Transfer Device </DD><DT>CTDR</DT><DD>Commercial Training Device Requirements </DD><DT>CT&E</DT><DD>Certification Test and Evaluation </DD><DT>CTE</DT><DD>Coefficient of Thermal Expansion </DD><DT>CTEA</DT><DD>Cost and Training Effectiveness Analysis </DD><DT>CTF/JTF</DT><DD>(1) Crisis Task Force; (2) Commander Task Force; (3) Central Training Flight; (4) Combined Task Force; (5) Joint Task Force; (6) Consolidated Training Facility </DD><DT>CTF-B</DT><DD>Combined Task Force-Bomber </DD><DT>CTF-BM</DT><DD>Combined Task Force-Battle Management </DD><DT>CTF-C2</DT><DD>Combined Task Force Director of Intelligence </DD><DT>CTF</DT><DD>PC II CTF Provide Comfort II </DD><DT>CTG</DT><DD>Commander, Task Group </DD><DT>CTH</DT><DD>Aviation Training Cruiser </DD><DT>CTIA</DT><DD>Counter Technical Intelligence Activities </DD><DT>CTIS</DT><DD>Commanderé─˘s Tactical Information System </DD><DT>CTL</DT><DD>Critical Task List </DD><DT>CTLZ</DT><DD>Control Zone </DD><DT>CTOC</DT><DD>Corps Tactical Operations Center </DD><DT>CTOCSE</DT><DD>CTOC Support Element </DD><DT>CTOL</DT><DD>Conventional Take-Off and Landing </DD><DT>CTP</DT><DD>Consolidated Telecommunications Program </DD><DT>CTR</DT><DD>Center </DD><DT>CTRL</DT><DD>Control </DD><DT>CTS</DT><DD>(1) Course Training Standards; (2) Communications Technology Satellite </DD><DT>CTSCR</DT><DD>Critical Time-Sensitive Collection Requirement </DD><DT>CTT</DT><DD>(1) Commandersé─˘ Tactical Terminal; (2) Common Task Test; (3) Combat Control Team </DD><DT>CTTA</DT><DD>Certified TEMPEST Technical Authority </DD><DT>CTT-H</DT><DD>Commandersé─˘ Tactical Terminal-Hybrid </DD><DT>CTTP</DT><DD>(1) USCENTCOM Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures Manual; (2) Component Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures Manual </DD><DT>CTU</DT><DD>Commander Task Unit </DD><DT>CU</DT><DD>Channel Unit </DD><DT>CUBB</DT><DD>Collateral Users Bulletin Board </DD><DT>CUBIC</DT><DD>Common User Baseline for the Intelligence Community </DD><DT>CUCV</DT><DD>Commercial Utility Cargo Vehicle </DD><DT>CUDIXS</DT><DD>Common-User Digital Information Exchange System </DD><DT>CUL</DT><DD>Combined User Language </DD><DT>CURR</DT><DD>Current </DD><DT>CUSRPG</DT><DD>Canadian-U.S. Regional Planning Group (NATO) </DD><DT>CUWTF</DT><DD>Combined Unconventional Warfare Task Force </DD><DT>CV</DT><DD>(1) Multipurpose Aircraft Carrier; (2) Carrier Vehicle; (3) Aircraft Carrier </DD><DT>CUP</DT><DD>COMSEC Utility Program </DD><DT>CVA</DT><DD>Clandestine Vulnerability Analysis </DD><DT>CVAN</DT><DD>CINCPAC Voice Alert Network </DD><DT>CVBF</DT><DD>Carrier Battle Force </DD><DT>CVBG</DT><DD>Carrier Battle Group </DD><DT>CVG</DT><DD>Guided-Missile Aircraft Carrier </DD><DT>CVGN</DT><DD>Nuclear-Powered Guided-Missile Aircraft Carrier </DD><DT>CVH</DT><DD>V/STOL Aircraft Carrier </DD><DT>CVHG</DT><DD>Guided-Missile V/STOL Aircraft Carrier </DD><DT>CVHGN</DT><DD>Nuclear-Powered Guided-Missile V/STOL Aircraft Carrier </DD><DT>CVHN</DT><DD>Nuclear-Powered V/STOL Aircraft Carrier </DD><DT>CVIC</DT><DD>Carrier-Based Intelligence Center </DD><DT>CVL</DT><DD>Light Aircraft Carrier </DD><DT>CVLGN</DT><DD>Nuclear-Powered Guided-Missile Light Aircraft Carrier </DD><DT>CVLN</DT><DD>Nuclear-Powered Light Aircraft Carrier </DD><DT>CVN</DT><DD>Nuclear Powered Aircraft Carrier </DD><DT>CVRT</DT><DD>Combat Vehicle (Reconnaissance, Tracked) </DD><DT>CVS</DT><DD>(1) Antisubmarine Aircraft Carrier; (2) Commercial Vendor Services </DD><DT>CVSD</DT><DD>Continuously Variable-Slope Delta Modulation </DD><DT>CVT</DT><DD>Training Aircraft Carrier </DD><DT>CVTS</DT><DD>Compressed Video Transmission Service </DD><DT>CVW</DT><DD>Carrier Air Wing </DD><DT>CW</DT><DD>(1) Chemical Warfare; (2) Carrier Wave; (3) Continuous Wave; (4) </DD><DT>CONSTANT</DT><DD>WATCH; (5) Composite Wing; (6) Commonwealth </DD><DT>C/W</DT><DD>Crisis/Wartime </DD><DT>CWC</DT><DD>(1) Composite Warfare Commander; (2) Conventional Weapons Guide </DD><DT>CWG</DT><DD>Coordinates Working Group </DD><DT>CWI</DT><DD>Conventional Weapons Index </DD><DT>CWIS</DT><DD>Crisis Window Information System </DD><DT>CWO</DT><DD>(1) Communications Watch Office; (2) Chief Warrant Officer </DD><DT>CWS</DT><DD>(1) Compartmented Work Station; (2) Collateral Workstation (ASAS) </DD><DT>CWT</DT><DD>Chemical Weapons Treaty </DD><DT>C2X</DT><DD>CCTF C2 OBI/CI Support Element </DD><DT>CY</DT><DD>Calendar Year </DD><DT>CYCLOPS</DT><DD>Fleet Support Message </DD><DT>CZ</DT><DD>(1) Combat Zone; (2) Convergent Zone </DD></DL>D

<DL><DT>D</DT><DD>Demand-Driven Direct Digital Dissemination </DD><DT>D</DT><DD>(1) Deciduous; (2) Density </DD><DT>D2</DT><DD>Data Distribution </DD><DT>DA</DT><DD>(1) Department of the Army; (2) Long-Range Aviation (USSR); (3) Double Agent; (4) Direct Action </DD><DT>D/A</DT><DD>Digital/Analog </DD><DT>DAA</DT><DD>Designated Approval Authority </DD><DT>DAB</DT><DD>Defense Acquisition Board </DD><DT>DABM</DT><DD>Defense Against Ballistic Missiles (Now SDI) </DD><DT>DABS</DT><DD>Dynamic Air Blast Simulator </DD><DT>DAC</DT><DD>(1) Development Assistance Committee of OECD; (2) Department of Army Civilian; (3) Discretionary Access </DD><DT>Control</DT><DD></DD><DT>DACCO</DT><DD>Department of the Army Central Control Office </DD><DT>DACCS</DT><DD>Digital Access Cross-Connect System/Switch </DD><DT>DACOM</DT><DD>Data Communications </DD><DT>DACOS</DT><DD>Deputy Assistant Chief of Station </DD><DT>DACOS/I</DT><DD>Deputy Assistant Chief of Staff-Intelligence </DD><DT>DACT</DT><DD>Dissimilar Air Combat Tactics </DD><DT>DACU</DT><DD>(1) Device Access Control Unit; (2) Device Attachment Control Unit </DD><DT>DAD</DT><DD>Dual Air Density </DD><DT>DAES</DT><DD>Defense Acquisition Executive Summary </DD><DT>DAF</DT><DD>Department of the Air Force </DD><DT>DAG</DT><DD>(1) Defense Special Security Communications Systems Address Group; (2) Divisional Artillery Group (FSU) </DD><DT>DAIRSDIA</DT><DD>Advanced Imagery Reproduction System </DD><DT>DAISY</DT><DD>Daily Summary </DD><DT>DAJDIA</DT><DD>Office Symbol for JMITC </DD><DT>DALASP</DT><DD>Defense Advanced Language and Area Studies Program </DD><DT>DALATS</DT><DD>Data Logging and Transmission System </DD><DT>DAMA</DT><DD>Demand Assigned Multiple Access </DD><DT>DAMI</DT><DD>Department of the Army Military Intelligence </DD><DT>DAMPL</DT><DD>Department of the Army Master Priority List </DD><DT>DAO</DT><DD>Defense Attache Office </DD><DT>DAP</DT><DD>Designated Acquisition Program </DD><DT>DAPA</DT><DD>Drug and Alcohol Program Advisor </DD><DT>DAR</DT><DD>Designated Area for Recovery </DD><DT>DARC</DT><DD>District Area Command </DD><DT>DARO</DT><DD>Defense Airborne Reconnaissance Office </DD><DT>DARP</DT><DD>Defense Airborne Reconnaissance Program </DD><DT>DARPA</DT><DD>Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency </DD><DT>DARS</DT><DD>(1) Daily Aerial Reconnaissance and Surveillance; (2) Daily Apportionment and Reconnaissance Scheduling; (3) Daily Aerial Reconnaissance Syndicate </DD><DT>DARSC</DT><DD>Defense Airborne Reconnaissance Steering Committee </DD><DT>DARSP</DT><DD>Defense Academic Research Support Program </DD><DT>DART</DT><DD>(1) Developmental Air Reports Tracker; (2) Deployable Automated Remote Terminal </DD><DT>DARTS</DT><DD>Digital Antijam Radio Teletype System </DD><DT>DAS</DT><DD>(1) Defense Attache System; (2) Data Acquisition Segment </DD><DT>DASC</DT><DD>Direct Air Support Center </DD><DT>DASD</DT><DD>(1) Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense; (2) Direct Access Storage Device </DD><DT>DASD(I&S)</DT><DD>Deputy ASD (Intelligence and Security) </DD><DT>DASH</DT><DD>Deployable Automated Support Host </DD><DT>DASPA</DT><DD>Defense Attache System Property Accounting </DD><DT>DASR</DT><DD>Defense Analysis Special Report </DD><DT>DASVA</DT><DD>Defense Attache System Vehicle Accounting </DD><DT>DAT</DT><DD>Direct Action Team </DD><DT>DATAINT</DT><DD>Data Intelligence </DD><DT>DATEXT</DT><DD>Data Extract </DD><DT>DATPS</DT><DD>Diver Active Thermal Protection System </DD><DT>DATS</DT><DD>Data Automated Tower Simulation </DD><DT>DATT</DT><DD>Defense Attache </DD><DT>DAWN</DT><DD>Defense Attache Worldwide Network </DD><DT>DAWS</DT><DD>Defense Automated Warning System </DD><DT>DAYLT</DT><DD>Daylight </DD><DT>dB</DT><DD>Decibel </DD><DT>DB</DT><DD>Data Base </DD><DT>DBA</DT><DD>Data Base Administrator </DD><DT>DBAS</DT><DD>Data Base Applications System </DD><DT>DBBL</DT><DD>Dismounted Battlespace Battle Lab </DD><DT>DBC</DT><DD>Data Base Correlation </DD><DT>DBCTRL</DT><DD>Data Base Control </DD><DT>DBD</DT><DD>Data Burst Device </DD><DT>dBi</DT><DD>Decibel (referenced to isotropic radiator) </DD><DT>DBIDI</DT><DD>Data Base of Imagery-Derived Information </DD><DT>DBK</DT><DD>Dominant Battlefield Knowledge </DD><DT>dB/K</DT><DD>Decibels per Degrees Kelvin </DD><DT>dBm</DT><DD>Decibels (referred to 1 milliwatt) </DD><DT>DBMAINT</DT><DD>Data Base Administrator </DD><DT>DBMS</DT><DD>Data Base Management System </DD><DT>DBQ</DT><DD>Data Base Query </DD><DT>DBS</DT><DD>(1) Data Broadcast System (also known as SCAMPI); (2) Direct Broadcast Service </DD><DT>dBSM</DT><DD>Decibels Per Square Meter </DD><DT>dBw</DT><DD>Decibels Referenced to One Watt of Power </DD><DT>DC</DT><DD>(1) District Commissioner; (2) Damage Control; (3) Defense Council; (4) Direct Current </DD><DT>DCA</DT><DD>(1) Defense Communications Agency; (2) Defense </DD><DT>Cooperation</DT><DD>Agreement; (3) Defensive Counter Air </DD><DT>DCAEUR</DT><DD>Defense Communications Agency Europe </DD><DT>DCAOC</DT><DD>DCA Operations Control Center </DD><DT>DCAPSS</DT><DD>Dual Criteria Aimpoint Selection System </DD><DT>DCAS</DT><DD>(1) Deployable Consolidated Applications Server; (2) Deployable Communications Applications Shelter </DD><DT>DCCC</DT><DD>Defense Collection Coordination Center </DD><DT>DCE</DT><DD>(1) Defensive Counter Espionage; (2) Data Communications Equipment </DD><DT>D-Cell</DT><DD>Deployment Cell </DD><DT>DCF</DT><DD>DOCS Certification Facility </DD><DT>DCG</DT><DD>Deputy Commanding General </DD><DT>DCGS</DT><DD>Distributed Common Ground System </DD><DT>DCI</DT><DD>Director of Central Intelligence </DD><DT>DCIA</DT><DD>Director, Central Intelligence Agency </DD><DT>DCIB</DT><DD>Defense Counterintelligence Board </DD><DT>DCID</DT><DD>Director of Central Intelligence Directive </DD><DT>DCII</DT><DD>Defense Central Index of Investigations </DD><DT>DCI&S</DT><DD>Director of Counterintelligence and Security </DD><DT>DCIIS</DT><DD>Defense CI Integrated Information System </DD><DT>DCINC</DT><DD>Deputy Commander in Chief </DD><DT>DCIP</DT><DD>Defense Counterdrug Intelligence Program </DD><DT>DCL</DT><DD>Direct Communications Link </DD><DT>DCM</DT><DD>Deputy Chief of Mission </DD><DT>DCMM</DT><DD>Database Creation and Management Module </DD><DT>DCMS</DT><DD>Database Creation and Management Segment </DD><DT>DCN</DT><DD>Defense Communications Network </DD><DT>DCO</DT><DD>(1) Defense Communications Office; (2) Deputy Commander for </DD><DT>Operations</DT><DD>(USAFE); (3) Dial Central Office; (4) Deputy Commanding Officer </DD><DT>DCOS</DT><DD>Deputy Chief of Staff </DD><DT>DCOSIPR</DT><DD>Deputy Chief of Staff, Intelligence Plans and Requirements </DD><DT>DCP</DT><DD>(1) Disaster Control Plan; (2) Decision Coordinating Paper; (3) Defense Cryptologic Program </DD><DT>DCR</DT><DD>Data Change Request </DD><DT>DCRSI</DT><DD>Digital Cassette Recording System (Improved) </DD><DT>DCS</DT><DD>(1) Defense Communications System; (2) Deputy Chief of Staff; (3) Defense Courier Service </DD><DT>DCS/I</DT><DD>Deputy Chief of Staff Intelligence </DD><DT>DCS/IN</DT><DD>Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence </DD><DT>DCSCA</DT><DD>Defense Communications System Central Area </DD><DT>DCSEC</DT><DD>Deputy Chief of Staff, Security </DD><DT>DCSI</DT><DD>Deputy Chief of Staff, Intelligence </DD><DT>DCSIM</DT><DD>Deputy Chief of Staff, Information Management </DD><DT>DCSI/DCSINT</DT><DD>Deputy Chief of Staff Intelligence (USAREUR) </DD><DT>DCSINT</DT><DD>Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence (U.S. Army) </DD><DT>DCSLOG</DT><DD>Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics </DD><DT>DCSO</DT><DD>Deputy Commander for Space Operations </DD><DT>DCSOPS</DT><DD>Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations & Plans </DD><DT>DCSP</DT><DD>Design Controlled Spare Part(s) </DD><DT>DCSPER</DT><DD>Deputy Chief of Staff for Personnel </DD><DT>DCS/SSI</DT><DD>Deputy Chief of Staff for Safety, Security, and Intelligence </DD><DT>DCSTOP</DT><DD>Damage Criteria Study Target Data Base </DD><DT>DCTN</DT><DD>Defense Commercial Telecommunications/Teleconferencing </DD><DT>Network</DT><DD></DD><DT>DD</DT><DD>(1) Destroyer; (2) Deputy Director; (3) Department of Defense; (4) Differential Doppler </DD><DT>D&D</DT><DD>Denial and Deception </DD><DT>DDAC</DT><DD>Foreign Denial and Deception Analysis Committee </DD><DT>D/DARO</DT><DD>Director, DARO </DD><DT>D-Day</DT><DD>Day in which a particular operation begins </DD><DT>DDC</DT><DD>(1) Defense Documentation Center; (2) Data Distribution Center </DD><DT>DDCI</DT><DD>Deputy Director of Central Intelligence </DD><DT>DDCMP</DT><DD>Digital Data Communications Message Protocol </DD><DT>DDDDD</DT><DD>Demand-Driven Direct Digital Dissemination System </DD><DT>DDG</DT><DD>Guided Missile Destroyer </DD><DT>DDGN</DT><DD>Nuclear-Powered Guided-Missile Destroyer </DD><DT>DDH</DT><DD>Aviation Destroyer (ASW) </DD><DT>DDHG</DT><DD>Guided-Missile Aviation Destroyer </DD><DT>DDHGN</DT><DD>Nuclear-Powered Guided-Missile Aviation Destroyer </DD><DT>DDHN</DT><DD>Nuclear-Powered Aviation Destroyer </DD><DT>DDI</DT><DD>Deputy Director of Intelligence </DD><DT>DDL</DT><DD>Direct Data Link </DD><DT>DDN</DT><DD>(1) Defense Data Network; (2) Defense Dissemination Network </DD><DT>DDO</DT><DD>(1) Deputy Director of Operations; (2) Deputy Duty Officer </DD><DT>DDP</DT><DD>Defense Dissemination Program </DD><DT>DDPO</DT><DD>Defense Dissemination Program Office </DD><DT>DDR&E</DT><DD>Director, Defense Research and Engineering </DD><DT>DDRS</DT><DD>Defense Data Repository System </DD><DT>DDS</DT><DD>(1) Defense Dissemination System; (2) Dry Deck Shelter; (3) Dual Driver Service (courier) </DD><DT>DDS/RL</DT><DD>Defense Dissemination System/Receive Location </DD><DT>DDSP</DT><DD>Defense Development Sharing Project </DD><DT>DDSS</DT><DD>Document Dissemination and Storage Segment </DD><DT>DDT</DT><DD>(1) Training Destroyer; (2) Distributed Decision-Aid Terminal </DD><DT>DDU</DT><DD>Distant Device Unit </DD><DT>DE</DT><DD>(1) Damage Expectancy; (2) Directed Energy; (3) Directorate for Estimates (DIA) </DD><DT>DE-U</DT><DD>Dissemination Element-Upgrade </DD><DT>DE/EW</DT><DD>Directed Energy/Electronic Warfare </DD><DT>DEA</DT><DD>Drug Enforcement Administration </DD><DT>DEACON</DT><DD>Defense Estimates Analytical Computer On-Line Network </DD><DT>DEB</DT><DD>(1) Digital European Backbone; (2) Defense Estimative Brief; (3) Debris (Orbital) </DD><DT>DEC</DT><DD>Digital Equipment Corporation </DD><DT>DEC</DT><DD>(VAX) Digital Equipment Corporation (Virtual Address Extension) </DD><DT>DECCO</DT><DD>Defense Commercial Contracting Office (now DITCO) </DD><DT>DECM</DT><DD>(1) Defense Electronic Countermeasures; (2) Deceptive Electronic Countermeasures </DD><DT>DECON</DT><DD>Decontaminate(ion) </DD><DT>DEDAC</DT><DD>Deception and Denial Analysis Committee </DD><DT>DEDDF</DT><DD>Digital Elevation Data Dubbing Facility </DD><DT>DEF</DT><DD>Defense </DD><DT>DEFCON</DT><DD>(1) Defense Condition; (2) Defense Readiness Condition </DD><DT>DEFCOS</DT><DD>Defense Courier System </DD><DT>DEFPLAN</DT><DD>Defense Plan </DD><DT>DEFSMAC</DT><DD>Defense Special Missile and Astronautics Center </DD><DT>Deg</DT><DD>Degree </DD><DT>DEGRAD</DT><DD>Degradation </DD><DT>DELORME</DT><DD>a Digital Mapping Computer Program </DD><DT>DEMEX</DT><DD>Demonstration Exercise </DD><DT>DEMOD</DT><DD>Demodulator </DD><DT>DEMONS</DT><DD>Demonstration System </DD><DT>DEMPC</DT><DD>Data Exploitation, Mission Planning, Communications/Center ;DENAS: Daily European Naval Activity Summary </DD><DT>DEP</DT><DD>(1) Deflection Error Probable; (2) Defense Estimate for Production; (3) Deployed </DD><DT>DEPCOMNAVCENT</DT><DD>Deputy COMNAVCENT </DD><DT>DEPCOMUSNAVCENT</DT><DD>Deputy Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Central Command </DD><DT>DEPREP</DT><DD>Deployment Report </DD><DT>DEPSECDEF</DT><DD>Deputy Secretary of Defense </DD><DT>DEPT</DT><DD>Department </DD><DT>DES</DT><DD>(1) Digital Exploitation System; (2) Data Encryption Standard </DD><DT>DESA</DT><DD>Defense Evaluation Support Activity </DD><DT>DESC</DT><DD>Defense Electronics Supply Center </DD><DT>DESIGN</DT><DD>Designator (U.S. Navy) </DD><DT>DESIST</DT><DD>Decision Support and Information System for Terrorism </DD><DT>DESS</DT><DD>Defense Exploitation Support System </DD><DT>DESRON</DT><DD>Destroyer Squadron </DD><DT>DET/Det</DT><DD>Detachment </DD><DT>DEW</DT><DD>(1) Distant Early Warning; (2) Directed Energy Weapon </DD><DT>DEWLINE</DT><DD>Distant Early Warning Line </DD><DT>DF</DT><DD>(1) Direction Finding; (2) Disposition Form; (3) Deuterium Floride </DD><DT>DFAD</DT><DD>Digitized Feature Analysis Data </DD><DT>DFDS</DT><DD>Data Facility Dataset Services </DD><DT>DFED</DT><DD>Digitized Features Data </DD><DT>DFH</DT><DD>Deployed Forward Headquarters </DD><DT>DFLP</DT><DD>(1) Defense Foreign Language Program; (2) Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine </DD><DT>DFM</DT><DD>Deterrent Force Modules </DD><DT>DFOV</DT><DD>Dual Field of View </DD><DT>DFRIF</DT><DD>Defense Freight Railway Interchange Fleet </DD><DT>DFS</DT><DD>Direction Finding Subsystem </DD><DT>DFT</DT><DD>(1) Deployed for Training Team; (2) Deployment for Training </DD><DT>DG</DT><DD>Defense Guidance </DD><DT>DGCL</DT><DD>Ground Mobile Forces Control Link </DD><DT>DGCS</DT><DD>Downsized Ground Control Station </DD><DT>DGCT</DT><DD>Downsized Ground Control Terminal </DD><DT>DGIAP</DT><DD>Defense General Intelligence Applications Program </DD><DT>DGIF</DT><DD>Deployable Ground Intercept Facility </DD><DT>DGIS</DT><DD>Director General Intelligence and Security </DD><DT>DGITS</DT><DD>Digital Graphics Information Tailoring System </DD><DT>DGS</DT><DD>Deployable Ground Station </DD><DT>DGU</DT><DD>Downgrade to Unclassified </DD><DT>DGZ</DT><DD>(1) Desired Ground Zero; (2) Designated Ground Zero </DD><DT>DH-7</DT><DD>deHavilland Dash 7 (Drug Interdiction Aircraft) </DD><DT>DHCA</DT><DD>Data Handling Capability Analysis </DD><DT>DHFN</DT><DD>Direct Hire Foreign National </DD><DT>DHS</DT><DD>Defense HUMINT Service </DD><DT>DI</DT><DD>(1) Director of Intelligence (USEUCOM); (2) Directorate for Foreign Intelligence (DIA) </DD><DT>DIA</DT><DD>(1) Defense Intelligence Agency; (2) Defense Intelligence Assessment </DD><DT>DIA/CS</DT><DD>Defense Intelligence Agency/Command Support </DD><DT>DIAAPR</DT><DD>Defense Intelligence Agency Appraisal </DD><DT>DIAC</DT><DD>Defense Intelligence Analysis Center </DD><DT>DIAI</DT><DD>DIA Instruction </DD><DT>DIAIAPPR</DT><DD>DIA Intelligence Appraisal </DD><DT>DIAL</DT><DD>Defense Intelligence Agency Liaison </DD><DT>DIAL-J</DT><DD>DIA Liaison Office for Japan </DD><DT>DIALO</DT><DD>DIA Liaison Office </DD><DT>DIALOG</DT><DD>DIA Information Retrieval System </DD><DT>DIAM</DT><DD>Defense Intelligence Agency Manual </DD><DT>DIAMCP</DT><DD>DIA Master Contingency Plan </DD><DT>DIANM</DT><DD>DIA Analytical Memorandum </DD><DT>DIAOB</DT><DD>Defense Intelligence Air Order of Battle </DD><DT>DIAOLS</DT><DD>DIA On-Line System </DD><DT>DIAPF</DT><DD>DIA Part File </DD><DT>DIAR</DT><DD>DIA Regulation </DD><DT>DIATP</DT><DD>DIA Tactical Program </DD><DT>DIATS</DT><DD>DIA Terrorism Summary </DD><DT>DIB</DT><DD>(1) Defense Intelligence Board; (2) Defense Intelligence Brief; (3) Directory Information Base </DD><DT>DIC</DT><DD>(1) Defense Intelligence Community; (2) Difference in Condition; (3) Defense Intelligence College (Now JMIC); (4) Defense </DD><DT>Intelligence</DT><DD>Commentary </DD><DT>DICBM</DT><DD>Depressed Intercontinental Ballistic Missile </DD><DT>DICP</DT><DD>Defense Intelligence Counterdrug Program </DD><DT>DID</DT><DD>(1) Data Line Description; (2) Defense Intelligence Digest (Now Military Intelligence Digest); (3) Data Item Description </DD><DT>DIDHS</DT><DD>Deployable Intelligence Data Handling System </DD><DT>DIDOP</DT><DD>Digital Image Data Output Product </DD><DT>DIDS</DT><DD>Defense Intelligence Dissemination System </DD><DT>DIDSRS</DT><DD>Defense Intelligence Dissemination, Storage and Retrieval </DD><DT>System</DT><DD></DD><DT>DIE</DT><DD>Defense Intelligence Estimate </DD><DT>DIEB</DT><DD>Defense Intelligence Executive Board </DD><DT>DIEC</DT><DD>Deployable Imagery Exploitation Capability </DD><DT>DIEPS</DT><DD>Digital Imagery Exploitation and Production System </DD><DT>DIEM</DT><DD>Defense Intelligence Estimates Memorandum </DD><DT>DIEOB</DT><DD>Defense Intelligence Electronic Order of Battle </DD><DT>DIFAR</DT><DD>(1) Directional Frequency Analysis and Recording System; (2) Directional Frequency and Ranging </DD><DT>DIFAX</DT><DD>(1) Defense Intelligence Facsimile; (2) Defense Intelligence Security Facsimile Network </DD><DT>DIFM</DT><DD>Defense Intelligence Functional Manager </DD><DT>DIFR</DT><DD>Defense Intelligence Facility Report </DD><DT>DIGITS</DT><DD>Digital Geographic Information Tailoring System </DD><DT>DIGOB</DT><DD>Defense Intelligence Ground Order of Battle </DD><DT>DIH</DT><DD>Daily Intelligence Highlights </DD><DT>DIHEST</DT><DD>Direct Induced High-Explosives Simulation Technique </DD><DT>DII</DT><DD>Defense Information Infrastructure </DD><DT>DIIN</DT><DD>Defense Imagery Intelligence Notice </DD><DT>DIIP</DT><DD>Defense Intelligence Interoperability Panel </DD><DT>DIIPS</DT><DD>Digital Imagery Interactive Processing System </DD><DT>DIIS</DT><DD>DIA Integrated Intelligence System </DD><DT>DILC</DT><DD>Dedicated Intelligence Loop Circuit </DD><DT>DIM</DT><DD>Defense Intelligence Memorandum </DD><DT>DIMES</DT><DD>Digital Image Manipulation & Enhancement System </DD><DT>DIMMD</DT><DD>Diver Integral Magnetic Mine Detector </DD><DT>DIMOB</DT><DD>Defense Intelligence Missile Order of Battle </DD><DT>DIMSS</DT><DD>DSN Integrated Management Support System </DD><DT>DIN</DT><DD>(1) Defense Intelligence Notice; (2) Defense Intelligence Network; (3) AUTODIN </DD><DT>DINAH</DT><DD>Desktop Interface to AUTODIN Host </DD><DT>DINOB</DT><DD>Defense Intelligence Naval Order of Battle </DD><DT>DINSUM</DT><DD>Defense Intelligence Summary </DD><DT>DIO</DT><DD>(1) Defense Intelligence Officer (DIA); (2) District Intelligence </DD><DT>Officer</DT><DD>(U.S. Navy); (3) Defence Intelligence Organisation (Australian) </DD><DT>DIOB</DT><DD>Defense Intelligence Order of Battle </DD><DT>DIOBS</DT><DD>Defense Intelligence Order of Battle System </DD><DT>DIOP</DT><DD>Defense Intelligence Objectives and Priorities </DD><DT>DIP</DT><DD>(1) Defense Intelligence Plan; (2) Defense Imagery Program </DD><DT>DIPC</DT><DD>Defense Intelligence Production Council/Conference </DD><DT>DIPFAC</DT><DD>(1) U.S. Diplomatic Facilities Graphic; (2) Diplomatic Facility </DD><DT>DIPOLES</DT><DD>Defense Intelligence Photoreconnaissance On-Line Exploitation </DD><DT>System</DT><DD></DD><DT>DIPP</DT><DD>Defense Intelligence Projection for Planning </DD><DT>DIPS</DT><DD>(1) Defense Intelligence Production Schedule; (2) Digital Imagery Processing System; (3) Def Intelligence Production Study </DD><DT>DIR</DT><DD>(1) Defense Intelligence Report; (2) Directive; (3) Defense Imagery Report; (4) Director; (5) Direction </DD><DT>DIRCM</DT><DD>Direct Infrared Countermeasures </DD><DT>DIRES</DT><DD>Defense Imagery Requirements and Exploitation System </DD><DT>DIRINT</DT><DD>Director of Intelligence </DD><DT>DIRLAUTH</DT><DD>Direct Liaison Authorized </DD><DT>DIRNSA</DT><DD>Director, National Security Agency </DD><DT>DIRNSA/CHCSS</DT><DD>Director, National Security Agency/Chief, Central </DD><DT>Security</DT><DD>Service </DD><DT>DIROI</DT><DD>Directorate Operating Instruction </DD><DT>DIRS</DT><DD>(1) Defense Intelligence Reference Series; (2) Defense Imagery Reference Series </DD><DT>DIS</DT><DD>(1) Defence Intelligence Staff (U.K.); (2) Defense Investigative Service; (3) Defense Intelligence Summary; (4) Daily Intelligence Summary; (5) Distributive Interactive Simulation; (6) Data Integration System; (7) Defense Information System </DD><DT>DISA</DT><DD>Defense Information Systems Agency </DD><DT>DISA-EUR</DT><DD>Defense Information Systems Agency-Europe </DD><DT>DISA-PAC</DT><DD>DISA-Pacific </DD><DT>DISA</DT><DD>WESTHEM DISA Western Hemisphere </DD><DT>DISAM</DT><DD>Defense Institute of Security Assistance Management </DD><DT>DISC</DT><DD>Daily Intelligence Summary Cable </DD><DT>DISC4</DT><DD>Director of Information Systems Command, Control, Communications and Computers </DD><DT>DISCAS</DT><DD>Defense Intelligence Special Career Automated System </DD><DT>DISE</DT><DD>Deployable Intelligence Support Element </DD><DT>DISECS</DT><DD>Defense Intelligence Space Exploitation and Correlation System </DD><DT>DISES</DT><DD>Defense Intelligence Senior Executive Service </DD><DT>DISIDS</DT><DD>Display and Information Distribution System/Subsystem </DD><DT>DISMOB</DT><DD>Defense Intelligence Strategic Missile Order of Battle </DD><DT>DISN</DT><DD>Defense Information Systems Network </DD><DT>DISNET</DT><DD>Defense Integrated Secure Network </DD><DT>DISO</DT><DD>Defense Intelligence Support Office </DD><DT>DISOB</DT><DD>Defense Intelligence Space Order of Battle </DD><DT>DISP</DT><DD>Defense Industrial Security Program </DD><DT>DISPEWT</DT><DD>Defense Intelligence Space Electronic Warfare Threat Data Base </DD><DT>DISR</DT><DD>(1) Daily Indicator Status Report; (2) Defense Indications Status Report </DD><DT>DISS</DT><DD>(1) Digest of Intelligence and Security Services; (2) Dissemination </DD><DT>DISSEM</DT><DD>Dissemination </DD><DT>DISSO</DT><DD>Deputy Information Systems Security Officer </DD><DT>DIST</DT><DD>Digital Imagery Support Terminal </DD><DT>DISTAFF</DT><DD>Directing Staff (NATO Commands, JECG) </DD><DT>DISTS</DT><DD>Defense Intelligence Secure Telephone System </DD><DT>DISTP</DT><DD>Defense Intelligence Special Technologies Program </DD><DT>DISUM</DT><DD>(1) Daily Intelligence Summary; (2) Defense Intelligence Summary </DD><DT>DIT</DT><DD>Defense Intelligence Thesaurus </DD><DT>DITB</DT><DD>Digital Imagery Test Bed </DD><DT>DITCO</DT><DD>Defense Information Technology Contracting Office (formerly DECCO) </DD><DT>DITDS</DT><DD>Defense Intelligence Threat Data System </DD><DT>DITEQ</DT><DD>Defense Intelligence Thesaurus Equivalency List </DD><DT>DITFOR</DT><DD>Defense Intelligence Technical Forum </DD><DT>DITS</DT><DD>Digital Imagery Transmission System </DD><DT>DITSUM</DT><DD>Defense Intelligence Terrorism Summary </DD><DT>DIV</DT><DD>(1) Division; (2) Defense Intelligence Videocassette </DD><DT>DIVARTY</DT><DD>Division Artillery </DD><DT>DIVISION</DT><DD>Enciphered Television </DD><DT>DIW</DT><DD>Dead in Water </DD><DT>DIWO</DT><DD>Duty Intelligence Watch Officer </DD><DT>DIWS</DT><DD>(1) Digital Imagery Workstation Suite; (2) Defense Indications and Warning System; (3) DOD Intelligence Warning System </DD><DT>DJ2</DT><DD>Deputy Director of Intelligence </DD><DT>DJS</DT><DD>Director, Joint Staff </DD><DT>DJSM</DT><DD>DJS Memorandum </DD><DT>DJTF</DT><DD>Deployable Joint Task Force </DD><DT>DJTFAC</DT><DD>DJTF Augmentation Cell </DD><DT>DLA</DT><DD>Defense Logistics Agency </DD><DT>DLAB</DT><DD>Defense Language Aptitude Battery </DD><DT>DLEA</DT><DD>Drug Law Enforcement Agency </DD><DT>DLED</DT><DD>Dedicated Loop Encryption Device </DD><DT>DLI</DT><DD>Defense Language Institute </DD><DT>DLIFLC</DT><DD>Defense Language Institute, Foreign Language Center </DD><DT>DLO</DT><DD>Defense Liaison Office </DD><DT>DLPT</DT><DD>Defense Language Proficiency Test </DD><DT>DLTV</DT><DD>Daylight Television </DD><DT>D&M</DT><DD>Detection and Monitoring </DD><DT>DM</DT><DD>(1) Dissemination Manager; (2) Decompression Monitor </DD><DT>DMA</DT><DD>(1) Defense Mapping Agency; (2) Direct Memory Access </DD><DT>DMAAC</DT><DD>Defense Mapping Agency Aerospace Center </DD><DT>DMACSC</DT><DD>Defense Mapping Agency Combat Support Center </DD><DT>DMAHTC</DT><DD>DMA Hydrographic and Topographic Center </DD><DT>DMAI</DT><DD>Defense Mapping Agency Instruction </DD><DT>DMAL</DT><DD>Defense Mapping Agency Liaison </DD><DT>DMAR</DT><DD>Deferred Maintenance and Repair </DD><DT>DMB</DT><DD>DODIIS Management Board </DD><DT>DMC&GP</DT><DD>Defense MC&G Program </DD><DT>DMD</DT><DD>Digital Message Device </DD><DT>DMDG</DT><DD>Digital Message Device Group </DD><DT>DME</DT><DD>Distance Measuring Equipment </DD><DT>DMED</DT><DD>Digital Message Entry Device </DD><DT>DMFE</DT><DD>DAWS Message Front End </DD><DT>DMI</DT><DD>Directorate of Military Intelligence </DD><DT>DMOB</DT><DD>Defensive Missile Order of Battle </DD><DT>DMOS</DT><DD>Daily Maritime OPINTEL Summary </DD><DT>DMPC</DT><DD>Deployment Media Production Center Project </DD><DT>DMPI</DT><DD>Desired Mean Point of Impact </DD><DT>DMS</DT><DD>(1) Data Management System; (2) Defense Message System </DD><DT>DMSP</DT><DD>Defense Meteorological Satellite (or Support) Program </DD><DT>DMZ</DT><DD>Demilitarized Zone </DD><DT>DN</DT><DD>(1) Data Net; (2) Duplicate Negative; (3) Department of the Navy </DD><DT>DNA</DT><DD>(1) Defense Nuclear Agency; (2) Deoxyribonucleic Acid </DD><DT>DNAS</DT><DD>(1) DODIIS Network Access System; (2) Data Network Access System </DD><DT>DNC</DT><DD>(1) Director, Naval Communications; (2) Digital Nautical Chart </DD><DT>DNCC</DT><DD>Data Network Control Center </DD><DT>DND</DT><DD>Department of National Defence (Canada) </DD><DT>DNI</DT><DD>Director of Naval Intelligence </DD><DT>DNSIX</DT><DD>DODIIS Network Security for Information Exchange </DD><DT>DNVT</DT><DD>Digital Non-Secure Voice Terminal </DD><DT>DO</DT><DD>Director of Operations </DD><DT>DOA</DT><DD>(1) Department of the Army; (2) Date of Arrival; (3) Director of Administration; (4) Dead on Arrival </DD><DT>DOAT</DT><DD>JAC Counterterrorism/Counterintelligence Analysis Branch </DD><DT>DOB</DT><DD>(1) Depth of Burst; (2) Date of Birth; (3) Defense Order of Battle </DD><DT>DOC</DT><DD>Department of Commerce </DD><DT>DOCC</DT><DD>(1) Defense Communications Agency Operations Center Complex; (2) Deep Operations Coordination Cell; (3) DISA Operational Control Complex </DD><DT>DOCEX</DT><DD>(1) Document Exploitation; (2) Document Exploitation Center </DD><DT>DOCKLAMP</DT><DD>Defense Attache System Message Channel </DD><DT>DOCS</DT><DD>DSCS Operations Control System </DD><DT>DoD,</DT><DD>DOD (1) Department of Defense; (2) Date of Death; (3) Date of Departure </DD><DT>DODCI</DT><DD>DoD Computer Institute </DD><DT>DODCSC</DT><DD>Department of Defense Computer Security Center </DD><DT>DODD</DT><DD>DoD Directive </DD><DT>DODEX</DT><DD>DoDIIS Extended </DD><DT>DODFCIP</DT><DD>DoD Foreign Counterintelligence Program </DD><DT>DODFDCO</DT><DD>Department of Defense Foreign Disclosure Coordinating Office </DD><DT>DODFIP</DT><DD>DoD Futures Intelligence Program </DD><DT>DODIIS</DT><DD>DoD Intelligence Information System </DD><DT>DODIIS</DT><DD>SCINET DoDIIS Sensitive Compartmented Information Network </DD><DT>DODIMS</DT><DD>DoD Intelligence Management System </DD><DT>DODIPP</DT><DD>DoD Intelligence Production Program </DD><DT>DODNACC</DT><DD>Department of Defense National Agency Check Center </DD><DT>DODSATCOM</DT><DD>DoD Satellite Communications Program </DD><DT>DOD</DT><DD>SAT COM DOD Satellite Communications </DD><DT>DODSI</DT><DD>Department of Defense Security Institute </DD><DT>DODSPECREP</DT><DD>DoD Special Representative </DD><DT>DOD</DT><DD>TCSEC DOD Trusted Computer System Evaluation Criteria </DD><DT>DOE</DT><DD>Department of Energy </DD><DT>DOF</DT><DD>Disposition of Forces </DD><DT>DOI</DT><DD>(1) Date of Information; (2) Duration of Illumination; (3) Director of Intelligence; (4) Imagery Division (JAC); (5) Director of Operations and Intelligence; (6) DSSCS Operating Instruction; (7) Date of Intercept </DD><DT>DOJ</DT><DD>Department of Justice </DD><DT>DOMS</DT><DD>Directorate of Military Support </DD><DT>DOMSAT</DT><DD>Domestic Satellite </DD><DT>DON</DT><DD>Department of the Navy </DD><DT>DOO</DT><DD>Daily Operations Order (NATO) </DD><DT>DOPS</DT><DD>DIA Outline Plotting System </DD><DT>DOS</DT><DD>(1) Department of State; (2) Date of Separation; (3) Disk Operating System; (4) Direct Operating System </DD><DT>DOSCOM</DT><DD>Division Support Command </DD><DT>DoSIP</DT><DD>Department of State Intelligence Program </DD><DT>DOSTN</DT><DD>Department of State Telecommunications Network </DD><DT>DOT</DT><DD>Department of Transportation </DD><DT>DP</DT><DD>(1) Duplicate Positive; (2) Development Program; (3) Displaced Person; (4) Delegated Production; (5) Directorate of Production; (6) Data Processing; (7) Decision Point; (8) Director of Personnel </DD><DT>DPAC</DT><DD>Defense Program Analysis Center </DD><DT>DPAE</DT><DD>Director, Program Analysis and Evaluation </DD><DT>DPAS</DT><DD>(1) Digital Patch and Access System; (2) Defense Priorities and Allocations System </DD><DT>DPC</DT><DD>Defense Planning Committee (NATO) </DD><DT>DPF</DT><DD>Digital Processing Facility </DD><DT>DPG</DT><DD>Defense Planning Guidance </DD><DT>DPI</DT><DD>Desired Point of Impact </DD><DT>DPIC</DT><DD>(1) Decentralized Pacific Imagery Processing and Interpretation Center; (2) Defense Photographic Interpretation Center </DD><DT>DPICM</DT><DD>Dual-Purpose Improved Conventional Munitions </DD><DT>DPKO</DT><DD>Department of Peacekeeping Operations </DD><DT>DPL</DT><DD>Degausser Products List </DD><DT>DPM</DT><DD>Dissemination Program Manager </DD><DT>DPOB</DT><DD>Date, Place of Birth </DD><DT>DPOM</DT><DD>Directorate of Plans, Operations, and Mobilization </DD><DT>DPOMIS</DT><DD>Directorate of Plans, Operations, Mobilization, </DD><DT>Intelligence,</DT><DD>and Security </DD><DT>DPP</DT><DD>(1) Delegated Production Program; (2) Deliberate Planning Process; (3) Distributed Production Program </DD><DT>DPPC</DT><DD>Deployable Print Production Center </DD><DT>DPPDB</DT><DD>Digital Point Positioning Database </DD><DT>DPPG</DT><DD>Defense Policy and Planning Guidance </DD><DT>DPQ</DT><DD>Defense Planning Questionnaire (NATO) </DD><DT>DPRB</DT><DD>Defense Planning and Resources Board </DD><DT>DPRK</DT><DD>Democratic Peopleé─˘s Republic of Korea </DD><DT>DPS</DT><DD>(1) Delegated Production System; (2) Data Processing Set; (3) Department of Public Safety </DD><DT>DPSK</DT><DD>Digital Pulse Shift Key </DD><DT>DR</DT><DD>(1) Director; (2) Dissemination Requirement; (3) Directorate of Resources; (4) Detection Radar </DD><DT>DRA</DT><DD>Defense Research Assessment </DD><DT>DRAM</DT><DD>Dynamic Random Access Memory </DD><DT>DRASH</DT><DD>Deployable Rapid Assembly Shelters </DD><DT>DRB</DT><DD>Defense Resources Board </DD><DT>DRC</DT><DD>(1) Defense Review Committee (NATO); (2) Defense Research Comment; (3) Data Reduction Center </DD><DT>DR&E</DT><DD>Defense Research and Engineering </DD><DT>DRIC</DT><DD>Defense Resource Identification Code </DD><DT>DRM</DT><DD>Defense Research Memorandum </DD><DT>DRO</DT><DD>Departmental Requirements Officer </DD><DT>DRP</DT><DD>Disaster Relief Program </DD><DT>DRS</DT><DD>(1) Data Relay Satellite; (2) DoD Imagery Requirements Structure; (3) Data Retrieval Subsystem; (4) Data Reconstruction System </DD><DT>DRSA</DT><DD>Defense Reconnaissance Support Activities </DD><DT>DRSEM</DT><DD>Deployable Receive Segment Engineering Model </DD><DT>DRSN</DT><DD>Defense Red Switch Network </DD><DT>DRSP</DT><DD>(1) Defense Reconnaissance Support Program; (2) Defense Red Switched Program </DD><DT>DRU</DT><DD>Direct Reporting Unit </DD><DT>DRZ</DT><DD>Deep Reconnaissance Zone </DD><DT>DS</DT><DD>(1) Defense Suppression; (2) Direct Support </DD><DT>DS&T</DT><DD>Director of Science and Technology </DD><DT>DSA</DT><DD>(1) Defense Supply Agency; (2) Direct Service Activities (SIGINT); (3) Directed Search Area; (4) Division Support Area; (5) Defense Security Agency (ROK); (6) Digital Signature </DD><DT>Algorithm</DT><DD></DD><DT>D&SA</DT><DD>Depth & Simultaneous Attack </DD><DT>DSAA</DT><DD>Defense Security Assistance Agency </DD><DT>D&SABL</DT><DD>Depth & Simultaneous Attack Battle Lab </DD><DT>DSARC</DT><DD>Defense Systems Acquisition Review Council </DD><DT>DSAT</DT><DD>(1) Developmental Submarine Analysis Terminal; (2) Defense Satellite </DD><DT>DSB</DT><DD>Defense Science Board </DD><DT>DSC</DT><DD>Defense Satellite Communications </DD><DT>DSCIS</DT><DD>Daily Space Command Intelligence Summary </DD><DT>DSCS</DT><DD>Defense Satellite Communications System </DD><DT>DSC-SLEP</DT><DD>Defense Satellite Communications System Service Life </DD><DT>Enhancement</DT><DD>Program </DD><DT>DSCSOC</DT><DD>Defense Satellite Communications System Operations Center </DD><DT>DSDIO</DT><DD>Director, Strategic Defense Initiative </DD><DT>DSE</DT><DD>(1) Direct Support Element; (2) Division Support Element </DD><DT>DSEC</DT><DD>Directorate of Security </DD><DT>DSFOB</DT><DD>Daily Strategic Forces Order of Battle </DD><DT>DSG</DT><DD>Defense Steering Group </DD><DT>DSI</DT><DD>Defense Simulation Internet </DD><DT>DSIATP</DT><DD>Defense Sensor Imagery Application Training Programs </DD><DT>DSIIB</DT><DD>Direct Support Imagery Interpretation Brief </DD><DT>DSIMS</DT><DD>Deployable SouthCom Intelligence Management System </DD><DT>DSI/TCCS</DT><DD>Defense Simulation Internet/Theater Command and </DD><DT>Control</DT><DD>System </DD><DT>DSM</DT><DD>Data Systems Modernization </DD><DT>DSN</DT><DD>(1) Defense Switched Network; (2) Deep Space Network </DD><DT>DSNET</DT><DD>Defense Integrated Secure Network </DD><DT>DSNET</DT><DD>1 Defense Integrated Secure Network 1 (SECRET level) </DD><DT>DSNET</DT><DD>2 Defense Integrated Secure Network 2 (TOP SECRET level) </DD><DT>DSNET</DT><DD>3 Defense Integrated Secure Network 3 (TS/SCI level) </DD><DT>DSO</DT><DD>Direct Support Operator/Operations </DD><DT>DSP</DT><DD>Defense Support Program </DD><DT>DSPO</DT><DD>Defense Special Projects Office </DD><DT>DSR</DT><DD>(1) Defense Source Register; (2) Data Service Request </DD><DT>DSRA</DT><DD>DODSPECREP-Alameda </DD><DT>DSRP</DT><DD>Defense Space Reconnaissance Program </DD><DT>DSRV</DT><DD>Deep Submergence Rescue Vehicle </DD><DT>DSS</DT><DD>(1) Decision Support System; (2) Devices, Simulators and Simulations </DD><DT>DSSCC</DT><DD>Defense Special Security Communications Center </DD><DT>DSSCS</DT><DD>Defense Special Secure Communications System </DD><DT>DSSCS/DIN</DT><DD>Defense Special Security Communications System/Digital Intelligence Network </DD><DT>DSSR</DT><DD>Deep Space Surveillance Radar </DD><DT>DSSS</DT><DD>Defense Special Security System </DD><DT>DST</DT><DD>(1) Daylight Savings Time; (2) Decision Support Template; (3) Decision Support Tools; (4) Direct Support Team; (5) Digital </DD><DT>Support</DT><DD>Team </DD><DT>DSTE</DT><DD>Digital Subscriber Terminal Equipment </DD><DT>DSTF</DT><DD>Decision Support Task Force </DD><DT>DSTP</DT><DD>Director, Strategic Target Planning </DD><DT>DSTS</DT><DD>Deep Space Tracking System </DD><DT>DSU</DT><DD>(1) Direct Support Unit; (2) Disk Storage Unit; (3) Data Service Unit (DCTN) </DD><DT>DSV</DT><DD>Deep Submergence Vehicle </DD><DT>DSVT</DT><DD>(1) Digital Subscriber Voice Terminal; (2) Digital Secure Voice Terminal </DD><DT>DT</DT><DD>(1) Developmental Test; (2) Directorate for Science and Technology </DD><DT>DTA</DT><DD>Directorate of Threat Analysis </DD><DT>DTC</DT><DD>(1) Digital Tape Cassette; (2) Desktop Computer </DD><DT>DTC-2</DT><DD>Desktop Computer-2 (Navy) </DD><DT>DTD</DT><DD>Digital Terrain Data </DD><DT>DT&E</DT><DD>Developmental Test and Evaluation </DD><DT>DTE</DT><DD>Data Terminal Equipment </DD><DT>DTED</DT><DD>Digital Terrain Elevation Data </DD><DT>DTG</DT><DD>Date-Time Group </DD><DT>DTI</DT><DD>Doppler-Time-Intensity </DD><DT>DTIC</DT><DD>Defense Technical Information Center </DD><DT>DTIO</DT><DD>Deputy Target Intelligence Officer </DD><DT>DTIR</DT><DD>Defense Technical Intelligence Report </DD><DT>DTLOMS</DT><DD>Doctrine, Training, Leadership, Organization, Material, Soldiers </DD><DT>DTLS</DT><DD>Descriptive Top-Level Specification </DD><DT>DTM</DT><DD>(1) Data Transfer Module; (2) Digital Transfer Module; (3) Digital Target Materials </DD><DT>DTMF</DT><DD>Dual-Tone Multi-Frequency </DD><DT>DTNSRDC</DT><DD>David W. Taylor Naval Ship Research & Development Center </DD><DT>DTOC</DT><DD>Division Tactical Operations Center </DD><DT>DTOCSE</DT><DD>Division Tactical Operations Center Support Element </DD><DT>DTOLM</DT><DD>Doctrine, Training, Organization, Leader Development and </DD><DT>Material</DT><DD></DD><DT>DTD</DT><DD>Data Transfer Device </DD><DT>DTP</DT><DD>Drug Testing Program </DD><DT>DTS</DT><DD>(1) Diplomatic Telecommunications System/Service; (2) Data Transmission System; (3) Direct Transmission System; (4) Dedicated Transmission Service </DD><DT>DTSA</DT><DD>Defense Technology Security Administration </DD><DT>DTSG</DT><DD>Digital Technology Subworking Group </DD><DT>DTSS</DT><DD>Digital Topographic Support System </DD><DT>DTU</DT><DD>Data Transfer Unit </DD><DT>DTUC</DT><DD>Data Transfer Unit Cartridge </DD><DT>DUCA</DT><DD>Distributed Users Coverage Antennas </DD><DT>DUG</DT><DD>Deep Underground </DD><DT>DUPLEX</DT><DD>Simultaneous Transmit and Receive </DD><DT>DVO</DT><DD>Direct View Optics </DD><DT>DVM</DT><DD>Digital Voice Module </DD><DT>DVTC</DT><DD>Digital Voice Transmit Communications </DD><DT>D/TWP</DT><DD>Director, Tactical Warfare Programs </DD><DT>DTWS</DT><DD>Digital Topographic Work Station </DD><DT>DU</DT><DD>(1) Decision Unit; (2) Depleted Uranium </DD><DT>DUA</DT><DD>Directory User Agent </DD><DT>DUSD(AT)</DT><DD>Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Advanced Technology) </DD><DT>DUSD(P)</DT><DD>Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Policy) </DD><DT>DV</DT><DD>Distinguished Visitor </DD><DT>DVI</DT><DD>Digital Video Interactive </DD><DT>DVITS</DT><DD>Digital Video Imagery Transmission System </DD><DT>DVO</DT><DD>Defense Visit Offices </DD><DT>DWIO</DT><DD>Duty Watch Intelligence Officer (Canadian) </DD><DT>DWIP</DT><DD>Defense-Wide Intelligence Plan </DD><DT>DWS</DT><DD>Disaster Warning System </DD><DT>DWT</DT><DD>(1) Deadweight Ton; (2) Division Wing Team </DD><DT>DZ/LZ</DT><DD>Drop Zone/Landing Zone </DD><DT>DZ/LZ/RZ</DT><DD>Drop/Landing/Recovery Zone </DD><DT>DZS</DT><DD>Drop Zone Study </DD></DL>E

<DL><DT>e</DT><DD>Elipticity </DD><DT>E</DT><DD>Evaporites (soil type) </DD><DT>EA</DT><DD>(1) Emergency Action(s); (2) Electronic Attack; (3) Executive Agent </DD><DT>E&A</DT><DD>(1) Exploitation and Analysis; (2) Engineering and Administration </DD><DT>E3</DT><DD>(1) End-to-End Encryption; (2) Emergency and Extraordinary Expenses </DD><DT>EAC</DT><DD>(1) Emergency Action Console; (2) Echelons Above Corps </DD><DT>EACTPC</DT><DD>Echelon-Above-Corps Theater Production Center </DD><DT>EACIC</DT><DD>Echelon-Above-Corps Intelligence Center </DD><DT>EAD</DT><DD>(1) Echelon Above Division; (2) Earliest Arrival Date; (3) Extended Air Defense </DD><DT>EADSIM</DT><DD>Extended Air Defense Simulation </DD><DT>EAM</DT><DD>(1) Emergency Action Message; (2) Event Analysis Matrix </DD><DT>EAMA</DT><DD>African States Associated with the EEC </DD><DT>EAMAS</DT><DD>Emergency Action Message Authentication System </DD><DT>EAP</DT><DD>(1) Emergency Action Procedure; (2) Emergency Action Plan </DD><DT>EAS</DT><DD>Emergency Action System </DD><DT>EASTLANT</DT><DD>Eastern Atlantic Command (NATO) </DD><DT>EASTPAC</DT><DD>Eastern Pacific </DD><DT>EATTG</DT><DD>Enhanced Automated Tactical Target Graphics </DD><DT>EBS</DT><DD>Emergency Broadcast System </DD><DT>EC</DT><DD>(1) European Community; (2) Expenditure Center; (3) Electronic Combat </DD><DT>ECA</DT><DD>(1) Enemy Capability Assessment; (2) Earth Central Angle; (3) Enemy Courses of Action </DD><DT>ECAC</DT><DD>Electromagnetic Compatibility Analysis Center </DD><DT>ECB</DT><DD>Echelons Corps and Below </DD><DT>ECC</DT><DD>(1) Eurasian Communist Countries; (2) European Communist Countries; (3) European Community Commission </DD><DT>ECCM</DT><DD>Electronic Counter-Countermeasures </DD><DT>ECDB</DT><DD>EISS Consolidated Database </DD><DT>ECG</DT><DD>Emergency Coordination Group </DD><DT>ECI</DT><DD>External Communications Interface </DD><DT>ECM</DT><DD>(1) Electronic Countermeasures; (2) European Common Market </DD><DT>ECMA</DT><DD>European Computer Manufactureré─˘s Association </DD><DT>ECMC</DT><DD>Enhanced Crisis Management Capability </DD><DT>ECMO</DT><DD>European Collection Management Office </DD><DT>ECO</DT><DD>Electronic Collection Outstations </DD><DT>ECOA</DT><DD>Enemy Courses of Action </DD><DT>ECOWAS</DT><DD>Economic Community of West African States </DD><DT>ECP</DT><DD>(1) Emergency Communications Plan; (2) Entry Control Point </DD><DT>ECPL</DT><DD>Endorsed Data Encryption Standard Products List </DD><DT>ECS</DT><DD>(1) Electronic Combat Support; (2) European Communications </DD><DT>Satellite</DT><DD></DD><DT>ECSC</DT><DD>European Coal and Steel Community </DD><DT>ECSM</DT><DD>(1) Special Assistant for Security Matters; (2) Enhanced Capability Stand-Off Munition </DD><DT>ECSO</DT><DD>European Command Special Operations </DD><DT>ECU</DT><DD>Environmental Control Unit (GSM) </DD><DT>ED</DT><DD>(1) European Capability Datum; (2) EUCOM Directive </DD><DT>EDA</DT><DD>Emergency Dissemination Authority(ies) </DD><DT>E-DAY</DT><DD>Start Day of an Exercise </DD><DT>EDI</DT><DD>European Defense Initiative </DD><DT>EDL</DT><DD>Electric Discharge Laser </DD><DT>EDM</DT><DD>Engineering Development Model </DD><DT>EDMS</DT><DD>Electronic Dissemination Management System </DD><DT>EDN</DT><DD>Emergency Data Network </DD><DT>EDP</DT><DD>(1) Electronic Data Processing; (2) ELINT Data Processor </DD><DT>EDPSELINT</DT><DD>Data Processing System </DD><DT>E-DRB</DT><DD>Expanded Defense (Planning &) Resources Board </DD><DT>EDRE</DT><DD>Emergency Deployment Readiness Exercises </DD><DT>E&E</DT><DD>Escape and Evasion </DD><DT>EEA</DT><DD>Essential Elements of Analysis </DD><DT>EEC</DT><DD>(1) European Economic Community; (2) East European Countries; (3) Enhanced Explosives Charge </DD><DT>EECT</DT><DD>End of Evening Civil Twilight </DD><DT>EEFI</DT><DD>Essential Elements of Friendly Information </DD><DT>EEI</DT><DD>Essential Elements of Information </DD><DT>EELS</DT><DD>Early Entry Lethality and Survivability </DD><DT>EELV</DT><DD>Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle </DD><DT>EENT</DT><DD>End Evening Nautical Twilight </DD><DT>EEO</DT><DD>Equal Employment Opportunity </DD><DT>EEOB</DT><DD>Enemy Electronic Order of Battle </DD><DT>EEOC</DT><DD>Equal Employment Opportunity Commission </DD><DT>EES</DT><DD>Emergency Evacuation Study </DD><DT>EFCS</DT><DD>Electronic Filmless Camera System </DD><DT>EFD</DT><DD>Electronic Fill Device </DD><DT>EFS</DT><DD>(1) Electronic Filing System; (2) Proper Name of System </DD><DT>EFTA</DT><DD>European Free Trade Association </DD><DT>EFTO</DT><DD>Encrypted for Transmission Only </DD><DT>EFVS</DT><DD>Electronic Fighting Vehicle System </DD><DT>EGA</DT><DD>Enhanced Graphics Adapter </DD><DT>EGADS</DT><DD>Electronic Generation, Accounting, and Distribution System </DD><DT>EGIS</DT><DD>East German Intelligence Service </DD><DT>EHF</DT><DD>Extremely High Frequency </DD><DT>EI</DT><DD>Effectiveness Index </DD><DT>EIA</DT><DD>Electronics Industry Association </DD><DT>EIB</DT><DD>(1) European Investment Bank; (2) External Intelligence Bureau </DD><DT>EIC</DT><DD>Economic Intelligence Committee </DD><DT>EIDB</DT><DD>EISS Integrated Database </DD><DT>EIDS</DT><DD>Electronic Information Delivery System </DD><DT>EIF</DT><DD>(1) ECMC Interface Facility; (2) Enhanced Interface Facility </DD><DT>EIG</DT><DD>Explosive Incendiary Grenade </DD><DT>EIP</DT><DD>ELlNT Improvement Program </DD><DT>EIRP</DT><DD>Effective Isotropic Radiated Power </DD><DT>EIS</DT><DD>Enhanced Imagery System </DD><DT>EISI</DT><DD>(1) Electrical Interface-SWPS/lDHS 2000; (2) Electrical IDHS-90/SWPS Interface </DD><DT>EISS</DT><DD>EUCOM Intelligence Support System </DD><DT>EITO</DT><DD>EUCOM Intelligence Training Office EKIP Enhanced Korean </DD><DT>Information</DT><DD>Package </DD><DT>EKMS</DT><DD>Electronic Key Management System </DD><DT>ELDO</DT><DD>(1) European Space Vehicle Launcher Development Organization; (2) European Launcher Development </DD><DT>Organization</DT><DD></DD><DT>ELECTRO-OPINT</DT><DD>Electro-Optical Intelligence Element </DD><DT>ELECTRO-OPTINT</DT><DD>Electro-Optical Intelligence </DD><DT>ELEV</DT><DD>Elevation </DD><DT>ELF</DT><DD>Extremely Low Frequency </DD><DT>ELI</DT><DD>Emitter Location & Identification </DD><DT>Elm</DT><DD>Element </DD><DT>ELMT</DT><DD>Element </DD><DT>ELINT</DT><DD>Electronic Intelligence </DD><DT>ELISA</DT><DD>Electronic Intelligence Search & Analysis </DD><DT>ELNET</DT><DD>European Liaison Network </DD><DT>ELNOT</DT><DD>ELINT Notation </DD><DT>ELOS</DT><DD>Extended Line of Sight </DD><DT>ELS</DT><DD>Emitter Location System </DD><DT>ELSEC</DT><DD>Electronic Security </DD><DT>ELSET</DT><DD>(1) Element Set; (2) Proper Name of System </DD><DT>ELT</DT><DD>(1) Emergency Locator Transmitter; (2) Electronic Light Table </DD><DT>ELT</DT><DD>3000 Electronic Light Table for UNIX-based system </DD><DT>ELV</DT><DD>Expendable Launch Vehicle </DD><DT>EM</DT><DD>(1) Electromagnetic; (2) Enlisted Member; (3) Environmental Monitoring </DD><DT>E-Mail</DT><DD>Electronic Mail </DD><DT>EMA</DT><DD>European Monetary Agreement </DD><DT>EMAP</DT><DD>Electromagnetic Analysis Program </DD><DT>EMATS</DT><DD>Emergency Message Automatic Transmission System </DD><DT>EMC</DT><DD>Electromagnetic Compatibility </DD><DT>EMCS</DT><DD>ELINT Mission Control System </DD><DT>EMCON</DT><DD>Emission Control </DD><DT>EMCP</DT><DD>Electromagnetic Compatibility Program </DD><DT>EMD</DT><DD>Engineering and Manufacturing Development </DD><DT>E&MD</DT><DD>Engineering and Manufacturing Development </DD><DT>EMGTN</DT><DD>Equivalent Megatonnage </DD><DT>EMHS</DT><DD>EUCOM Message Handling System </DD><DT>EMI</DT><DD>Electromagnetic Interference </DD><DT>EMIDS</DT><DD>Experiment for Management Information Data Systems </DD><DT>EMINT</DT><DD>Emissions Intelligence </DD><DT>E-MIPE</DT><DD>Enhanced MIPE </DD><DT>EMIS</DT><DD>Early Mission Identification System </DD><DT>EMIT</DT><DD>Emergency Message Initiation Terminal </DD><DT>EMP</DT><DD>Electromagnetic Pulse </DD><DT>EMR</DT><DD>Electromagnetic Reconnaissance </DD><DT>EMSEC</DT><DD>Emanations/Emissions Security </DD><DT>EMT</DT><DD>(1) Emergency Management Team; (2) Equivalent Megatonnage </DD><DT>EMTR</DT><DD>Eastern Missile Test Range </DD><DT>EMUT</DT><DD>Enhanced Manpack UHF Terminal </DD><DT>En</DT><DD>Enemy </DD><DT>ENDEX</DT><DD>End Date of an Exercise </DD><DT>E-NET</DT><DD>Ethernet </DD><DT>Engr</DT><DD>Engineer </DD><DT>ENL</DT><DD>Enlisted </DD><DT>ENMCC</DT><DD>Expanded National Military Command Center </DD><DT>ENSCD</DT><DD>Enemy Situation and Correlation Division </DD><DT>ENSCE</DT><DD>Enemy Situation Correlation Element </DD><DT>ENSIT</DT><DD>Enemy Situation </DD><DT>ENTNAC</DT><DD>Entrance National Agency Check </DD><DT>EO</DT><DD>(1) Electro-Optical; (2) Executive Order; (3) Escape Orbit; (4) End Office </DD><DT>EOA</DT><DD>Early Operational Assessment </DD><DT>EOB</DT><DD>(1) Electronic Order of Battle; (2) Executive Office Building; (3) Enemy Order of Battle </DD><DT>EOBS</DT><DD>Electronic Order of Battle Server </DD><DT>EOC</DT><DD>Emergency Operations Center </DD><DT>EOD</DT><DD>(1) Explosive Ordnance Disposal; (2) Erasable Optical Disks </DD><DT>EOINT</DT><DD>Electro-Optical Intelligence </DD><DT>EOP</DT><DD>Emergency Operating Procedures </DD><DT>E-OPTINT</DT><DD>Electro-Optical Intelligence </DD><DT>EORSAT</DT><DD>ELINT Ocean Reconnaissance Satellite </DD><DT>EOS</DT><DD>Earth Observation Satellite </DD><DT>EOSAT</DT><DD>Earth Observation Satellite </DD><DT>EOSS</DT><DD>Electro-Optic Sensor System </DD><DT>EOTDA</DT><DD>Electro-Optical Tactical Decision Aids </DD><DT>EOW</DT><DD>Electro-Optic Warfare </DD><DT>EP</DT><DD>(1) ELINT Processor; (2) Electronic Protection </DD><DT>EP-3</DT><DD>U.S. Navy Reconnaissance Aircraft </DD><DT>EPA</DT><DD>(1) Environmental Protection Agency; (2) Evasion Plan of Action </DD><DT>EPAC</DT><DD>Eastern Pacific </DD><DT>EPAMS</DT><DD>Exercise Planning and Message System </DD><DT>EPAT</DT><DD>Earliest Possible Arrival Time </DD><DT>EPDS</DT><DD>(1) Electronic Processing and Dissemination System; (2) ELINT Processing and Dissemination System </DD><DT>EPF</DT><DD>Exploitation Products File </DD><DT>EPIC</DT><DD>El Paso Intelligence Center </DD><DT>EPIRB</DT><DD>Emergency Position-Indicating Radio Beacon </DD><DT>EPL</DT><DD>(1) ELINT Parameters List; (2) Evaluated Products List </DD><DT>EPLRS</DT><DD>Enhanced Position Location and Reporting System </DD><DT>EPMO</DT><DD>European Production Management Office </DD><DT>EPR</DT><DD>(1) Extended Planning Annex; (2) Enlisted Performance Report </DD><DT>EPROM</DT><DD>Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory </DD><DT>EPS</DT><DD>(1) ELINT Processing System; (2) Electronic Publication System; (3) Exploitation Problem Set; (4) Encapsulated Postscript </DD><DT>EPW</DT><DD>(1) Earth Penetrator Weapon; (2) Enemy Prisoner of War </DD><DT>EPWG</DT><DD>Exploitation Plans Working Group </DD><DT>EPUU</DT><DD>Enhanced PLRS User Units </DD><DT>EQV</DT><DD>Equivalent </DD><DT>ER</DT><DD>(1) Enhanced Radiation; (2) Electronic Reconnaissance; (3) Eastern Region; (4) EAGLE REACH </DD><DT>ERA</DT><DD>(1) Extended Range Ammunition; (2) Equal Rights Amendment </DD><DT>ERADCOM</DT><DD>Electronic Research and Development Command </DD><DT>ERAST</DT><DD>Environmental Research Aircraft and Sensor Technology </DD><DT>ERBM</DT><DD>Extended Range Ballistic Missile </DD><DT>ERCS</DT><DD>Emergency Rocket Communications System </DD><DT>ERADCOM</DT><DD>Electronic Research and Development Command </DD><DT>ERDAS</DT><DD>Earth Resources Data Analysis System </DD><DT>ERF</DT><DD>Early Reinforcing Force </DD><DT>ERIN</DT><DD>Electronic Radio Intercept Network (USCS) </DD><DT>ERINT</DT><DD>Extended Range Intercept Missile </DD><DT>ERIR</DT><DD>Electronic Reconnaissance Intercept Report </DD><DT>ERIS</DT><DD>Exo-atmospheric Reentry Vehicle Interception System </DD><DT>EROS</DT><DD>Earth Resources Observational System </DD><DT>ERP</DT><DD>Effective Radiated Power </DD><DT>ERPHO</DT><DD>Earth Resources Photographic Satellite </DD><DT>ERRS</DT><DD>Emergency Regional Reporting System </DD><DT>ERS</DT><DD>(1) Emergency Relocation Site; (2) Earth Resources Satellite </DD><DT>ERSSO</DT><DD>Emergency Reaction Special Security Officer </DD><DT>ERT</DT><DD>Executive Reference Time </DD><DT>ERTM</DT><DD>Electronic Intelligence Request Tasking Message </DD><DT>ERTS</DT><DD>Earth Resources Technology Satellite </DD><DT>ERTZ</DT><DD>Equipment Radiation TEMPEST Zone </DD><DT>ERW</DT><DD>Enhanced Radiation Weapon </DD><DT>ES</DT><DD>(1) Emplacement Site; (2) Exploitation Support; (3) Electronic Warfare Support; (4) Expert System; (5) Electronic Support </DD><DT>ESA</DT><DD>(1) European Space Agency; (2) Electronically Steered Antenna </DD><DT>ESAA</DT><DD>European Special Activities Area (U.S. Air Force) </DD><DT>ESAC</DT><DD>El Salvador Analysis Cell </DD><DT>ESAF</DT><DD>European Special Activities Facility </DD><DT>ESAMS</DT><DD>Enhanced Surface-to-Air Missile Simulation </DD><DT>ESAR</DT><DD>Enhanced Synthetic Aperture Radar </DD><DT>ESC</DT><DD>Electronic Security Command (U.S. Air Force) </DD><DT>ESD</DT><DD>(1) Electronic Systems Division; (2) Ephemeris Support Data; (3) Exploitation Support Section (JSIPS) </DD><DT>ESF</DT><DD>(1) Environmental Scale Factor; (2) Extended Superframe Formatted </DD><DT>ESG</DT><DD>(1) Electronic Security Group; (2) Exploitation Steering Group </DD><DT>ESI</DT><DD>Extremely Sensitive Information </DD><DT>ESIAC</DT><DD>Electronic Satellite Image Analysis Center </DD><DT>ESJ</DT><DD>Escort Jamming </DD><DT>ESM</DT><DD>(1) Electronic Warfare Support Measures: (2) Electronic Support Measures; (3) Electronic Security Measures </DD><DT>ESMC</DT><DD>Eastern Space and Missile Center </DD><DT>ESMT</DT><DD>External Supply Management Tools </DD><DT>ESP</DT><DD>Emergency Special Measures </DD><DT>ESR</DT><DD>ELINT Summary Report </DD><DT>ESRO</DT><DD>European Space Research Organization </DD><DT>ESS</DT><DD>(1) Electronic Security Squadron; (2) ELINT Support System; (3) Exploitation Support Segment; (4) Exercise Support Subsystem; (5) Electronic Switching System; (6) Exploitation Support Section (JSIPS) </DD><DT>ESSA</DT><DD>(1) Expert System for Situation Assessment; (2) Environmental Satellite Service Administration </DD><DT>ESSM</DT><DD>Electronic Shop, Shelter-Mounted </DD><DT>Est</DT><DD>Estimated </DD><DT>ESV</DT><DD>Earth Satellite Vehicle </DD><DT>ESW</DT><DD>Electronic Security Wing </DD><DT>ET</DT><DD>(1) Enhanced Terminal; (2) Earth Terminal; (3) Embedded Training </DD><DT>ETA</DT><DD>(1) Estimated Time of Arrival; (2) Equivalent Target Area </DD><DT>ETAC</DT><DD>Enlisted Terminal Attack Controllers </DD><DT>ETAP</DT><DD>Education Training Awareness Program </DD><DT>ETAWG</DT><DD>ELINT Technical Analysis Working Group </DD><DT>ETC</DT><DD>(1) Estimated Time of Completion; (2) Et Cetera </DD><DT>ETD</DT><DD>(1) Estimated Time of Departure; (2) Effective Transfer Date </DD><DT>ETDS</DT><DD>Elapsed Time Distribution System </DD><DT>ETF</DT><DD>Enhanced Tactical Fighter </DD><DT>ETHICS</DT><DD>European Theater High Capacity Intelligence Communications </DD><DT>System</DT><DD></DD><DT>ETI</DT><DD>Estimated Time of Impact </DD><DT>ETIBS</DT><DD>Enhanced Tactical Information Broadcast Service </DD><DT>ETII</DT><DD>External-to-Internal Interface </DD><DT>ETIWCS</DT><DD>European Theater Intelligence Warning and Communications </DD><DT>System</DT><DD></DD><DT>ETL</DT><DD>(1) Endorsed Tools List; (2) Engineer Topographic Laboratories </DD><DT>ETO</DT><DD>(1) European Theater of Operations; (2) Earth-To-Orbit </DD><DT>ETP</DT><DD>(1) Extended Tether Program; (2) Enhanced Thermal Protection </DD><DT>ETPL</DT><DD>Endorsed TEMPEST Products List </DD><DT>ETR</DT><DD>(1) Estimated Time of Return; (2) Eastern Test Range </DD><DT>ETRAC</DT><DD>Enhanced Tactical Radar Correlator </DD><DT>ETRO</DT><DD>Estimated Time Return to Operation </DD><DT>ETS</DT><DD>(1) European Telephone System; (2) Estimated Time of Separation; (3) Expiration of Term of Service; (4) Earth Technology Satellite; (5) Engineer Test Satellite </DD><DT>ETSC</DT><DD>Electronic and Telecommunications Subcommittee </DD><DT>ETSS</DT><DD>Electronic Telecommunications Switching System </DD><DT>ETTP</DT><DD>EUCOM Tactics, Techniques and Procedures </DD><DT>ETUT</DT><DD>Enhanced Tactical User Terminal </DD><DT>EU</DT><DD>Expenditure Unit </DD><DT>EUCI</DT><DD>Endorsed for Unclassified Cryptographic Information </DD><DT>EUCOM</DT><DD>U.S. European Command </DD><DT>EUCOM/JIC</DT><DD>(1) U.S. European Command/Joint Intelligence Command; (2) EUCOM Joint Intelligence Center </DD><DT>EUDAC</DT><DD>European Defense Analysis Center </DD><DT>EUF</DT><DD>ECME User Facility </DD><DT>EUL</DT><DD>Economically Useful Life </DD><DT>EUMETSAT</DT><DD>European Meteorological Satellite (Organization) </DD><DT>EURATOM</DT><DD>European Atomic Energy Community </DD><DT>EUSA</DT><DD>Eighth U.S. Army (Korea) </DD><DT>EUSC</DT><DD>Effective United States Controlled </DD><DT>EUTE</DT><DD>Early User Test & Evaluation </DD><DT>EUTELSAT</DT><DD>European Telecommunications Satellite (Organization) </DD><DT>EUV</DT><DD>Extreme Ultraviolet </DD><DT>EUVE</DT><DD>Extreme Ultraviolet Explorer </DD><DT>EV</DT><DD>Enforcement Vector </DD><DT>EVA</DT><DD>Extra-Vehicular Activity </DD><DT>EVC</DT><DD>DoD Evasion Chart </DD><DT>EVO</DT><DD>Event Verification Officer </DD><DT>EVR</DT><DD>Enemy Vulnerability Report </DD><DT>EVS</DT><DD>Electronic Visual Communications </DD><DT>EW</DT><DD>(1) Electronic Warfare; (2) Early Warning </DD><DT>EW/GCI</DT><DD>Early Warning/Ground Control Intercept </DD><DT>EWAC</DT><DD>Electronic Warfare Anechoic Chamber </DD><DT>EWAS</DT><DD>Electronic Workorder Accounting System </DD><DT>EWC</DT><DD>(1) Electronic Warfare Center; (2) Electronic Warfare Coordinator </DD><DT>EWCC</DT><DD>Electronic Warfare Coordination Center </DD><DT>EWCM</DT><DD>Electronic Warfare Coordination Module </DD><DT>EWCS</DT><DD>Electronic Warfare Control System </DD><DT>EWIR</DT><DD>Electronic Warfare Integrated Reprogramming </DD><DT>EWIRS</DT><DD>Electronic Warfare Integrated Reprogramming System </DD><DT>EWMIS</DT><DD>Electronic Warfare Management Information System </DD><DT>EWMS</DT><DD>EW Mission Summary </DD><DT>EWO</DT><DD>(1) Electronic Warfare Officer; (2) Emergency War Order </DD><DT>EWOPFAC</DT><DD>Electronic Warfare Operating Facility </DD><DT>EWR</DT><DD>(1) Early Warning Radar; (2) Electronic Warfare Reprogramming </DD><DT>EWRL</DT><DD>Electronic Warfare Reprogrammable Library </DD><DT>EWS</DT><DD>Electronic Warfare Support </DD><DT>EWSE</DT><DD>EW Support Element </DD><DT>EWSM</DT><DD>Electronic Warfare Support Measures </DD><DT>EWSO</DT><DD>EW Staff Officer </DD><DT>EXCRIT</DT><DD>Exercise Critique System </DD><DT>EXDEF</DT><DD>Exercise Deficiency Program </DD><DT>EXCAP</DT><DD>Exercise Capability (simulator) </DD><DT>EXCOM</DT><DD>Community Executive Committee </DD><DT>ExDir/ICA</DT><DD>Executive Director for Intelligence Community Affairs </DD><DT>EXDIS</DT><DD>Exclusive Distribution (Pneumatic Tube Message Precedence) </DD><DT>EXEC</DT><DD>Executive </DD><DT>EXERTAS</DT><DD>Exercise Timeline Analysis System </DD><DT>EXFIL</DT><DD>Exfiltration </DD><DT>EXO</DT><DD>Exoatmosheric </DD><DT>EXOPLAN</DT><DD>Exercise Operations Plan </DD><DT>EXPER</DT><DD>Experience </DD><DT>EXPL</DT><DD>Exploitation </DD><DT>EXPLAN</DT><DD>Exercise Plan </DD><DT>ExPReS</DT><DD>Expoitation Process Reengineering Study </DD><DT>EXRAND</DT><DD>Exploitation Research and Development (COMIREX) </DD><DT>EXSCEN</DT><DD>Exercise Scenario System </DD><DT>EXSUBCOM</DT><DD>Exploitation Subcommittee (COMIREX) </DD><DT>EXSUM</DT><DD>Executive Summary </DD><DT>EXTAC</DT><DD>Experimental Tactics </DD></DL>F

<DL><DT>F</DT><DD>(1) Fahrenheit; (2) Frequency </DD><DT>FA</DT><DD>(1) Frontal Aviation (FSU); (2) Field Artillery; (3) Forward Area; (4) Functional Architecture; (5) Frequency Agile; (6) Full Accounting; (7) Feasibility Assessment </DD><DT>FAA</DT><DD>(1) Federal Aviation Agency; (2) Federal Aviation Administration; (3) Foreign Assistance Act </DD><DT>FAAD</DT><DD>C3I Forward Area Air Defense Command, Control, </DD><DT>Communications</DT><DD>and Intelligence </DD><DT>FAADS</DT><DD>Forward Area Air Defense System </DD><DT>FAAR</DT><DD>Forward Area Alerting Radar </DD><DT>FAARP</DT><DD>Forward Area Armament and Refuel Point </DD><DT>FAAS</DT><DD>Foreign Affairs Administrative Support </DD><DT>FAC</DT><DD>(1) Forward Air Control (Controller); (2) Facilities </DD><DT>FACP</DT><DD>(1) Forward Air Control Post; (2) Forward Air Control Party </DD><DT>FACSFAC</DT><DD>Fleet Air Control and Surveillance Facility </DD><DT>FAD</DT><DD>(1) Fleet Air Defense; (2) Force Activity Designator; (3) Field Arbitrary Designators </DD><DT>FADOC</DT><DD>Future Air Defense Operation Concept </DD><DT>FADS</DT><DD>Foreign Area Data System </DD><DT>FAE</DT><DD>Fuel Air Explosive </DD><DT>FAF</DT><DD>Fast Access Format </DD><DT>FAFIC</DT><DD>Federal Armed Forces Intelligence Center (FRG) </DD><DT>FAI</DT><DD>Fuel Air Incendiary Concussion Bomb </DD><DT>FAIO</DT><DD>Field Artillery Intelligence Officer </DD><DT>FAISA</DT><DD>FORSCOM Automated Intelligence Support Activity </DD><DT>FAISS</DT><DD>FORSCOM Automated Intelligence Support System </DD><DT>FALD</DT><DD>Field Administration and Logistics Division </DD><DT>FAM</DT><DD>Functional Area Model </DD><DT>FAME</DT><DD>FORSCOM Automated Modernization Effort </DD><DT>FAMP</DT><DD>Foreign Army Materiel Production </DD><DT>FAMS</DT><DD>Fleet Ocean Surveillance Information Center Analytical Maritime Summary </DD><DT>FAMSIM</DT><DD>Family of Simulation </DD><DT>FANS</DT><DD>Friendly Allied Nation Support Network </DD><DT>FANT</DT><DD>French Atmospheric Nuclear Test </DD><DT>FAO</DT><DD>(1) Foreign Area Officer; (2) Forward Area of Operations; (3) Food and Agricultural Organization (UN) </DD><DT>FAPC</DT><DD>Food and Agriculture Planning Committee (NATO) </DD><DT>FARP</DT><DD>Forward Area Refuel Point </DD><DT>FARRFAA</DT><DD>Air Replacement Radar </DD><DT>FARRP</DT><DD>Forward Area Rearming and Refueling Point </DD><DT>FAS</DT><DD>(1) (U.S.) Foreign Agriculture Service; (2) Frequency Assignment Subcommittee </DD><DT>FAST</DT><DD>(1) Fleet Antiterrorist Support Teams; (2) Forward Area Support Team; (3) Forward Area Support Terminal </DD><DT>FAST-I</DT><DD>Forward Area SID and TRAP-Improved </DD><DT>FAST/I2</DT><DD>Improved FAST/I </DD><DT>FASTC</DT><DD>Foreign Aerospace Science and Technology Center (archaic, now NAIC) </DD><DT>FASTFAX</DT><DD>Tactical Digital Facsimile </DD><DT>FASTL</DT><DD>Future Analytic Strategic Target List </DD><DT>FAV</DT><DD>(1) Field Assistance Visit; (2) Fast Attack Vehicle </DD><DT>FAX</DT><DD>Facsimile </DD><DT>FB</DT><DD>Fighter Bomber </DD><DT>FBA</DT><DD>Fighter Bomber Attack </DD><DT>FBH</DT><DD>Force Beachhead </DD><DT>FBI</DT><DD>Federal Bureau of Investigation </DD><DT>FBIS</DT><DD>Foreign Broadcast Information Service </DD><DT>FBM</DT><DD>Fleet Ballistic Missile </DD><DT>FBR</DT><DD>Fast Breeder Reactor </DD><DT>FBS</DT><DD>(1) Forward-Based Systems; (2) Federal Border Service </DD><DT>FC</DT><DD>(1) Fire Control; (2) Fractional Coverage </DD><DT>FCA</DT><DD>Foreign Counterintelligence Activity </DD><DT>FCB</DT><DD>Functional Control Board </DD><DT>FCC</DT><DD>(1) Fleet Command Center; (2) Federal Communications Commission; (3) Fighter Control Center; (4) Fire Coordination </DD><DT>Center</DT><DD></DD><DT>FCE</DT><DD>Forward Control Element </DD><DT>FCFS</DT><DD>First Come, First Served </DD><DT>FCG</DT><DD>Foreign Clearance Guide (military) </DD><DT>FCG2</DT><DD>FORSCOM G2 </DD><DT>FCI</DT><DD>Foreign Counterintelligence </DD><DT>FCIAD</DT><DD>FORSCOM Component Intelligence Architecture Document </DD><DT>FCIP</DT><DD>Foreign Counterintelligence Program </DD><DT>FCISD</DT><DD>FORSCOM Component Intelligence Strategy Document </DD><DT>FCITP</DT><DD>Foreign Counterintelligence and International Terrorism </DD><DT>Program</DT><DD>(FBI) </DD><DT>FCITTP</DT><DD>FORSCOM Component Intelligence Tactics, Techniques and </DD><DT>Procedures</DT><DD></DD><DT>FCLP</DT><DD>FORSCOM Command Language Program </DD><DT>FCO</DT><DD>Facility Control Office </DD><DT>FCRC</DT><DD>Federal Contract Research Center </DD><DT>FCS</DT><DD>(1) Fire Control System; (2) Flight Control System; (3) (U.S.) Foreign Commercial Service </DD><DT>FCSE</DT><DD>Forward Control Support Element </DD><DT>FCT</DT><DD>Foreign Comparative Test </DD><DT>FCZ</DT><DD>Forward Combat Zone </DD><DT>FD</DT><DD>Functional Design </DD><DT>F/d</DT><DD>Ratio of focal-length to diameter (of reflector type antennas) </DD><DT>FDB</DT><DD>Fleet Database </DD><DT>FDBM</DT><DD>Functional Data Base Manager </DD><DT>FDBPS</DT><DD>Fleet Data Base Production System </DD><DT>FDC</DT><DD>Fire Direction Center </DD><DT>FDDAC</DT><DD>Foreign Denial and Deception Analysis Committee </DD><DT>FDDI</DT><DD>Fiber Distributed Data Interface </DD><DT>FDDS</DT><DD>Flag Data Display System </DD><DT>FDIU</DT><DD>Fill Device Interface Unit </DD><DT>FDM</DT><DD>Frequency Division Multiplexing </DD><DT>FDMA</DT><DD>Frequency Division Multiple Access </DD><DT>FDO</DT><DD>Foreign Disclosure Officer </DD><DT>FDOA</DT><DD>Frequency Difference of Arrival </DD><DT>FDR</DT><DD>Foreign Disclosure Representative </DD><DT>FDT&E</DT><DD>Force Development Test & Experimentation </DD><DT>FDU</DT><DD>Force Design Update </DD><DT>FDW</DT><DD>Forward Deployed Workstation </DD><DT>FDX</DT><DD>Full Duplex </DD><DT>FEA</DT><DD>Front End Analysis </DD><DT>FEAF</DT><DD>Far Eastern Air Forces </DD><DT>FEBA</DT><DD>Forward Edge of the Battle Area </DD><DT>Fed</DT><DD>Federal Reserve System </DD><DT>FEDS</DT><DD>Front End Distribution System </DD><DT>FEDSIM</DT><DD>Federal Computer Performance Evaluation and Simulation </DD><DT>Center</DT><DD></DD><DT>FEL</DT><DD>Free Electron Laser </DD><DT>FEMA</DT><DD>Federal Emergency Management Agency </DD><DT>FEMD</DT><DD>Far East Military District </DD><DT>FEMP</DT><DD>Front End Message Processors </DD><DT>FEP</DT><DD>(1) Front End Processor; (2) FLTSATCOM EHF Package </DD><DT>FERS</DT><DD>Federal Employees Retirement System </DD><DT>FET</DT><DD>Field Effect Transistor </DD><DT>FETVD</DT><DD>Far East Theater of Military Operations </DD><DT>FEWS</DT><DD>Future Early Warning System </DD><DT>FEWSG</DT><DD>Fleet Electronic Warfare Support Group </DD><DT>FF</DT><DD>Frigate </DD><DT>FFA</DT><DD>Free-Fire Area </DD><DT>FFAR</DT><DD>Folding-Fin Aerial Rocket </DD><DT>FFED</DT><DD>FIREFINDER Elevation Data </DD><DT>FFG</DT><DD>Guided-Missile Frigate </DD><DT>FFGH</DT><DD>Guided-Missile Aviation Frigate </DD><DT>FFGN</DT><DD>Nuclear-Powered Guided-Missile Frigate </DD><DT>FFH</DT><DD>Aviation Frigate </DD><DT>FFHGN</DT><DD>Nuclear-Powered Guided-Missile Aviation Frigate </DD><DT>FFHN</DT><DD>Nuclear-Powered Aviation Frigate </DD><DT>FFL</DT><DD>Corvette </DD><DT>FFLG</DT><DD>Guided-Missile Corvette </DD><DT>FFM</DT><DD>Full Face Mask </DD><DT>FFN</DT><DD>Fleet Flash Net </DD><DT>FFR</DT><DD>Radar Picket Frigate </DD><DT>FFS</DT><DD>(1) Fixed Field Site; (2) Formatted File System </DD><DT>FFT</DT><DD>Training Frigate </DD><DT>FGHQ</DT><DD>Fighter Group Headquarters (Canada) </DD><DT>FGN</DT><DD>Foreign </DD><DT>FH</DT><DD>Frequency Hopping </DD><DT>FH/DS</DT><DD>Frequency Hopping/Direct Sequence </DD><DT>FI</DT><DD>(1) Finished Intelligence; (2) Foreign Intelligence </DD><DT>FI&SS</DT><DD>Foreign Intelligence and Security Service(s) </DD><DT>FIA</DT><DD>Foreign Intelligence Agency </DD><DT>FIC</DT><DD>(1) Fleet Intelligence Center; (2) FORSCOM Intelligence Center </DD><DT>FICEURLANT</DT><DD>Fleet Intelligence Center, Europe and Atlantic </DD><DT>FICM</DT><DD>Fleet Intelligence Collection Manual </DD><DT>FICPAC</DT><DD>Fleet Intelligence Center, Pacific </DD><DT>FID</DT><DD>(1) Foreign Internal Defense; (2) Force Integration Division </DD><DT>FIDB</DT><DD>Fundamental Intelligence Database </DD><DT>FIE</DT><DD>Foreign Intelligence Element </DD><DT>FIG</DT><DD>Figure </DD><DT>FIIC</DT><DD>Force Imagery Interpretation Center </DD><DT>FIIU</DT><DD>Force Imagery Interpretation Unit </DD><DT>FIM</DT><DD>Force Integration Master Planner </DD><DT>FIN</DT><DD>(1) Fixed-Site Intelligence Network; (2) Financial </DD><DT>FINPLAN</DT><DD>Financial Plan </DD><DT>FIO</DT><DD>Foreign Intelligence Officer </DD><DT>FIP</DT><DD>(1) Force Improvement Plan; (2) Federal Information Processing </DD><DT>FIPC</DT><DD>Foreign Intelligence Priorities Committee </DD><DT>FIPS</DT><DD>(1) Federal Information Processing Standard; (2) Fleet Intelligence Production System </DD><DT>FIR</DT><DD>Field Investigative Region </DD><DT>FIRCAP</DT><DD>Foreign Intelligence Requirement Capabilities and Priorities </DD><DT>FIRE</DT><DD>Fused Intelligence Report in Europe </DD><DT>FIRF</DT><DD>Future Information Requirements Forecast </DD><DT>FIRMS</DT><DD>Foreign Intelligence Relations Management System </DD><DT>FIROPS</DT><DD>Freedom of Air Operations </DD><DT>FIRST</DT><DD>Fleet Intelligence Reserve Support Team </DD><DT>FIRSTEURLANT</DT><DD>Fleet Intelligence Reserve Support Team, Atlantic </DD><DT>FIRSTPAC</DT><DD>Fleet Intelligence Reserve Support Team, Pacific </DD><DT>FIS</DT><DD>(1) Foreign Instrumentation Signals; (2) Foreign Intelligence Service </DD><DT>FISA</DT><DD>Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act </DD><DT>FISAP</DT><DD>FMFPac Intelligence Sub-Architecture Plan </DD><DT>FISINT</DT><DD>(1) Foreign Instrumentation and Signature Intelligence; (2) Foreign Instrumentation Signals Intelligence </DD><DT>FISS</DT><DD>Foreign Intelligence and Security Services </DD><DT>FIST</DT><DD>(1) Fleet Imagery Support Terminal; (2) Fire Support Team </DD><DT>FIST-T</DT><DD>Transportable FIST </DD><DT>FITCPAC</DT><DD>Fleet Intelligence Training Center, Pacific </DD><DT>FITD</DT><DD>FORSCOM Intelligence Training Detachment </DD><DT>FITWING</DT><DD>Fighter Wing </DD><DT>FLA</DT><DD>Foreign Launch Assessment </DD><DT>FLAGE</DT><DD>Flexible Lightweight Agile Guided Experiment </DD><DT>FLC</DT><DD>Foreign Language Committee </DD><DT>FLEETSATCOM</DT><DD>Fleet Satellite Communications </DD><DT>FLENUMOCEANCEN</DT><DD>Fleet Numerical Oceanography Center (U.S. Navy) </DD><DT>FLEX</DT><DD>Force-Level Execution System </DD><DT>FLI</DT><DD>Force-Level Information </DD><DT>FLIR</DT><DD>Forward-Looking Infrared (Radar) </DD><DT>FLO</DT><DD>Foreign Liaison Office </DD><DT>FLOT</DT><DD>Forward Line of Troops </DD><DT>FLR</DT><DD>Forward-Looking Radar </DD><DT>FLRA</DT><DD>Federal Labor Relations Authority </DD><DT>FLSG</DT><DD>Force Logistics Support Group </DD><DT>FLT</DT><DD>Fleet; Flight </DD><DT>FLTBCST</DT><DD>Fleet Broadcast </DD><DT>FLTCINC</DT><DD>Fleet Commander in Chief </DD><DT>FLTSAT</DT><DD>Fleet Satellite </DD><DT>FLTSATCOM</DT><DD>Fleet Satellite Communications System </DD><DT>FLTSEVOCOM</DT><DD>Fleet Secure Voice </DD><DT>FM</DT><DD>(1) Frequency Modulation; (2) Foreign Materiel; (3) File Maintenance; (4) Factory Marking(s); (5) Functional Manager; (6) Field Manual; (7) From; (8) Comptroller </DD><DT>FMA</DT><DD>(1) Foreign Materiel Acquisition; (2) Foreign Media Analysis </DD><DT>FMAO</DT><DD>Foreign Materiel Acquisition Operation </DD><DT>FMAR</DT><DD>Foreign Materiel Acquisition Requirement </DD><DT>FMAS</DT><DD>Foreign Media Analysis Subsystem </DD><DT>FMC</DT><DD>(1) Field Maintenance Center; (2) Force Mobile Command </DD><DT>FME</DT><DD>Foreign Materiel Exploitation </DD><DT>FMEC</DT><DD>Foreign Materiel Exploitation Catalogue </DD><DT>FMEP</DT><DD>Foreign Materiel Exploitation Program </DD><DT>FMF</DT><DD>Fleet Marine Force(s) </DD><DT>FMFLANT</DT><DD>Fleet Marine Force, Atlantic </DD><DT>FMFM</DT><DD>Fleet Marine Field Manual </DD><DT>FMFPAC</DT><DD>Fleet Marine Force, Pacific </DD><DT>FMIB</DT><DD>Foreign Materiel Intelligence Board </DD><DT>FMIG</DT><DD>Foreign Materiel Intelligence Group </DD><DT>FMIS</DT><DD>Force Management Information System </DD><DT>FMLM</DT><DD>French Military Liaison Mission </DD><DT>FMOCC</DT><DD>Fleet Mobile Operations Command Center </DD><DT>FMP</DT><DD>Foreign Materiel Program </DD><DT>FMPCP</DT><DD>Foreign Military Personnel Contact Program </DD><DT>FMPRB</DT><DD>Foreign Military Program Review Board </DD><DT>FMRL</DT><DD>Foreign Materiel Requirements List </DD><DT>FMs</DT><DD>Defense Intelligence Functional Managers </DD><DT>FMS</DT><DD>Foreign Military Sales </DD><DT>FMSF</DT><DD>Foreign Military Sales Financing </DD><DT>FMTV</DT><DD>Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles </DD><DT>FN</DT><DD>Foreign National </DD><DT>FNOC</DT><DD>Fleet Numerical Oceanographic Center </DD><DT>FNU</DT><DD>First Name Unknown </DD><DT>FO</DT><DD>Forward Observer </DD><DT>F/O</DT><DD>Fiber-Optics </DD><DT>FOA</DT><DD>(1) Field Operating Agency; (2) Forward Operating Area </DD><DT>FOAMP</DT><DD>Foreign Aerospace Materiel Production </DD><DT>FOAP</DT><DD>Foreign Aircraft Production </DD><DT>FOB</DT><DD>(1) Forward Operating Base; (2) Foreign Order of Battle </DD><DT>FOBS</DT><DD>Fractional Orbital Bombardment System </DD><DT>FOC</DT><DD>(1) Final Operational Capabilities; (2) Full Operational Capability; (3) FORSCOM Operations Center; (4) Full Operating </DD><DT>Capacity</DT><DD></DD><DT>FOCI</DT><DD>Foreign Owned, Controlled or Influenced </DD><DT>FOCUS</DT><DD>(1) Interagency Review of Defense Attache Offices; (2) FORSCOM Objective Communications System </DD><DT>FOD</DT><DD>Foreign Object Damage </DD><DT>FOFA</DT><DD>Follow-on Forces Attack </DD><DT>FofF</DT><DD>Field of Fire </DD><DT>FOG</DT><DD>Fiber-Optics Guided </DD><DT>FOGM</DT><DD>Fiber-Optic Guided Missile </DD><DT>FOI</DT><DD>Freedom of Information </DD><DT>FOIA</DT><DD>Freedom of Information Act </DD><DT>FOL</DT><DD>(1) Forward Operating Location; (2) Family of Loudspeakers </DD><DT>FOLAN</DT><DD>Fiber-Optic Local Area Network </DD><DT>FOLPEN</DT><DD>Foliage-Penetrating </DD><DT>FOM</DT><DD>Figure of Merit </DD><DT>FOMA</DT><DD>Foreign Military Assistance </DD><DT>FOMCAT</DT><DD>Foreign Materiel Catalogue </DD><DT>FOMP</DT><DD>Foreign Missile Production </DD><DT>FONS</DT><DD>Fleet Operational Needs Statement for Intelligence </DD><DT>FOP</DT><DD>Forward Observation Post </DD><DT>FORDTIS</DT><DD>Foreign Disclosure Technical Information System </DD><DT>FORECON</DT><DD>Force Reconnaissance </DD><DT>FORGE</DT><DD>Force Generation </DD><DT>FORMAT</DT><DD>Foreign Materiel </DD><DT>FORMDEPS</DT><DD>FORSCOM Mobilization and Deployment Planning System </DD><DT>FORMICA</DT><DD>Foreign Military Intelligence Collection Activity </DD><DT>FORMMS</DT><DD>Foreign Materiel Management System </DD><DT>FORSCOM</DT><DD>U.S. Forces Command </DD><DT>FORSTAT</DT><DD>Force Status and Identity Report </DD><DT>FORT</DT><DD>Force Trends Data Base </DD><DT>FORTRAN</DT><DD>Formula Translator </DD><DT>FOSCAS</DT><DD>Foreign Ship Construction and Shipyards </DD><DT>FOSD</DT><DD>Family of Sabotage Devices </DD><DT>FOSIC</DT><DD>Fleet Ocean Surveillance Information Center </DD><DT>FOSIC-E</DT><DD>Fleet Ocean Surveillance Information Center, Europe </DD><DT>FOSICLANT</DT><DD>Fleet Ocean Surveillance Intelligence Center, Atlantic </DD><DT>FOSICPAC</DT><DD>Fleet Ocean Surveillance Information Center, Pacific </DD><DT>FOSIF</DT><DD>Fleet Ocean Surveillance Information Facility </DD><DT>FOSIF</DT><DD>Rota Fleet Ocean Surveillance Information Facility, Rota </DD><DT>FOSIF/WESTPAC</DT><DD>Fleet Ocean Surveillance Information Facility, Western Pacific </DD><DT>FOTARS</DT><DD>Follow-On Tactical Reconnaissance System </DD><DT>FOT&E</DT><DD>Follow-On Test and Evaluation </DD><DT>FOTELSYS</DT><DD>Foreign Telecommunications Systems </DD><DT>FOTRS</DT><DD>Follow-On Tactical Reconnaissance System </DD><DT>FOUO</DT><DD>For Official Use Only </DD><DT>FOV</DT><DD>Field of View </DD><DT>FP</DT><DD>(1) Fire Position; (2) Field Post; (3) Force Package </DD><DT>FPA</DT><DD>(1) Federal Preparedness Agency; (2) Focal Plane Array; (3) Force Projection Army </DD><DT>FPB</DT><DD>Fast Patrol Boat </DD><DT>FPE</DT><DD>Force Planning Estimate </DD><DT>FPF</DT><DD>Final Protection Fire </DD><DT>FPI</DT><DD>(1) Foreign Positive Intelligence; (2) Federal Process Improvement </DD><DT>FPIR</DT><DD>Force Protection Information Report </DD><DT>FPL</DT><DD>Fire Protective Line </DD><DT>FPN</DT><DD>Field Post Number </DD><DT>FPO</DT><DD>Fleet Post Office </DD><DT>fps</DT><DD>Feet Per Second </DD><DT>FPTOC</DT><DD>Force Projection Tactical Operations Center </DD><DT>FPU</DT><DD>Floating Point Unit </DD><DT>FQ&P</DT><DD>Flying Qualities and Performance </DD><DT>FRAG</DT><DD>Fragmentary Order </DD><DT>FRAGO</DT><DD>Fragmentary Order </DD><DT>FRD</DT><DD>(1) Federal Research Division (Library of Congress); (2) Formerly Restricted Data; (3) Functional Requirements Document </DD><DT>FREQ</DT><DD>Frequency </DD><DT>FRG</DT><DD>Federal Republic of Germany </DD><DT>FRIES</DT><DD>Fast Rope Insertion Extraction System </DD><DT>FRIF</DT><DD>Finished Recurring Intelligence File </DD><DT>FROG</DT><DD>Free Rocket Over Ground </DD><DT>FROKA</DT><DD>First Republic of Korea Army </DD><DT>FROSS</DT><DD>Foreign Reliance on Space Systems </DD><DT>FRPG</DT><DD>Facility Reference Point Graphic </DD><DT>FRR</DT><DD>Frequency Resource Records </DD><DT>FRS</DT><DD>(1) Fleet Readiness Squadron; (2) Federal Research Service; (3) Forward Recording Site </DD><DT>FRY</DT><DD>Former Republic of Yugoslavia </DD><DT>FRYM</DT><DD>Former Republic of Yugoslavia-Macedonia </DD><DT>FS</DT><DD>(1) File Server; (2) Fire Support </DD><DT>F3S</DT><DD>Field Station Support System </DD><DT>FSAIS</DT><DD>FICEURLANT SCI Analyst Information System </DD><DT>FSB</DT><DD>(1) Fleet Satellite Broadcast (of FLTSATCOM); (2) Forward Staging Base; (3) Fire Support Base </DD><DT>FSBS</DT><DD>Fleet Submarine Broadcast System </DD><DT>FSCC</DT><DD>Fire Support Coordination Center </DD><DT>FSCL</DT><DD>Fire Support Coordination Line </DD><DT>FSCOORD</DT><DD>Fire Support Coordinator </DD><DT>FSD</DT><DD>(1) Field Support Division; (2) Forward Support Detachment </DD><DT>FSE</DT><DD>Fire Support Element </DD><DT>FSHB</DT><DD>Fallout Safe Height of Burst </DD><DT>FSI</DT><DD>Foreign Service Institute </DD><DT>FSIC</DT><DD>Forward Sensor Interface and Control </DD><DT>FSK</DT><DD>(1) Field Station, Korea; (2) Frequency Shift Keying </DD><DT>FSM</DT><DD>Federated States of Micronesia </DD><DT>FSO</DT><DD>(1) Foreign Service Officer; (2) Fire Support Officer </DD><DT>FSOC</DT><DD>Fairchild Satellite Operations Center </DD><DT>FSOF</DT><DD>Forward Special Operations Facility </DD><DT>FSP</DT><DD>Fire Support Plan </DD><DT>FSRS</DT><DD>Functional Security Requirements Specification </DD><DT>FSS</DT><DD>(1) Fast Sealift Ship; (2) FAISS SID System; (3) Fixed Satellite Services </DD><DT>FSSG</DT><DD>Force Service Support Group (USMC) </DD><DT>FSST</DT><DD>Forward Space Support in Theater </DD><DT>FST</DT><DD>(1) Future Strategic Targets; (2) Future Soviet Tank </DD><DT>FSTC</DT><DD>Foreign Science and Technology Center (archaic; now NGIC) </DD><DT>FSTS</DT><DD>Federal Security Telephone Service </DD><DT>FSU</DT><DD>Former Soviet Union </DD><DT>FSV</DT><DD>Fire Support Vehicle </DD><DT>FSVS</DT><DD>Future Secure Voice System </DD><DT>FSWDS</DT><DD>Fixed-Site Warning & Detection System </DD><DT>FT</DT><DD>(1) Fort; (2) Foot </DD><DT>FT-1</DT><DD>Fractional T-1 </DD><DT>FTA</DT><DD>(1) Field Training Area; (2) Functions, Tasks, and Activities </DD><DT>FTAM</DT><DD>File Transfer Access Management </DD><DT>FTC</DT><DD>(1) Fast Time Constant (ECCM); (2) Federal Trade Commission </DD><DT>FTD</DT><DD>Foreign Technology Division (USAF) </DD><DT>FTDB</DT><DD>Foreign Technology Data Base </DD><DT>FTI</DT><DD>Fixed Target Indicator </DD><DT>FTL</DT><DD>Future Target List </DD><DT>FTLS</DT><DD>(1) Future Target List-Strategic; (2) Formal Top-Level Specification </DD><DT>FTM</DT><DD>Full-Time Manning </DD><DT>FTP</DT><DD>File Transfer Protocol </DD><DT>FTPS</DT><DD>FORSCOM Topographic Production System (Facility) </DD><DT>FTR</DT><DD>Fighter </DD><DT>FTS</DT><DD>(1) Fleet Telecommunications System; (2) Federal </DD><DT>Telecommunications</DT><DD>System; (3) Federal Telephone System; (4) Flight Training Squadron </DD><DT>FTS</DT><DD>2000 Federal Telephone System 2000 </DD><DT>FTSC</DT><DD>Fleet Technical Support Center </DD><DT>FTU</DT><DD>Forecast Tactical Unit </DD><DT>FTX</DT><DD>Field Training Exercise </DD><DT>FU</DT><DD>Forecast Unit </DD><DT>FUD</DT><DD>Full Unit Designator </DD><DT>FUE</DT><DD>First Unit Equipped </DD><DT>FUNT</DT><DD>French Underground Nuclear Test </DD><DT>FUSS</DT><DD>Fleet Undersea Surveillance System </DD><DT>FUWOB</DT><DD>Forward Unconventional Warfare Operations Base </DD><DT>FV</DT><DD>Fighting Vehicle </DD><DT>FVS</DT><DD>Foreign Visits System </DD><DT>FW</DT><DD>(1) Fighter Wing; (2) Fixed-Wing </DD><DT>FWAIS</DT><DD>Free-World Air Intelligence Study </DD><DT>FWAOB</DT><DD>Free-World Air Order of Battle </DD><DT>Fwd</DT><DD>Forward </DD><DT>FWE</DT><DD>Foreign Weapons Evaluation </DD><DT>FWIC</DT><DD>Fighter Weapon School Intelligence Course </DD><DT>FWVP</DT><DD>Fallout Wind Vector Plot </DD><DT>FY</DT><DD>Fiscal Year </DD><DT>FYDP</DT><DD>(1) Fiscal Year Defense Program/Plan; (2) Five-Year Defense Program; (3) Future Years Defense Program </DD><DT>FYI</DT><DD>For Your Information </DD><DT>FYIP</DT><DD>Five-Year Intelligence Plan </DD><DT>FYMOP</DT><DD>Five-Year Master Objectives Plan </DD><DT>FYP</DT><DD>Five-Year Plan (FSU) </DD><DT>FYROM</DT><DD>Federal Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia </DD></DL>G

<DL><DT>G</DT><DD>Gain </DD><DT>G1</DT><DD>Assistant Chief of Staff, G1 (Personnel) </DD><DT>G2</DT><DD>or G-2 (1) Assistant Chief of Staff, G2 (Intelligence); (2) Army or Ground Directorate of Intelligence; (3) General Corps Staff Intelligence Officer </DD><DT>G3</DT><DD>Assistant Chief of Staff, G3 (Operations and Plans) </DD><DT>G4</DT><DD>Assistant Chief of Staff, G4 (Logistics) </DD><DT>G5</DT><DD>Assistant Chief of Staff, G5 (Civil Affairs) </DD><DT>G6</DT><DD>Director(ate) of C4 </DD><DT>G8</DT><DD>Director(ate) of Resource Management </DD><DT>GA</DT><DD>Ground Attack </DD><DT>GaAs</DT><DD>Gallium Arsenide </DD><DT>GACC</DT><DD>Ground Attack Coordination Center </DD><DT>GAD</DT><DD>Guards Artillery Division </DD><DT>GADT</DT><DD>Ground/Air Defense Threat </DD><DT>GAF</DT><DD>Ground Alert Facility (of PAC ABNCP) </DD><DT>GAFIA</DT><DD>German Armed Forces Intelligence Agency </DD><DT>GALE</DT><DD>Generic Area Limitation Environment </DD><DT>GALS</DT><DD>FSU Satellite (é─˙Horizoné─¨) </DD><DT>GAMO</DT><DD>Ground and Amphibious Military Operations </DD><DT>GAO</DT><DD>General Accounting Office </DD><DT>GAS</DT><DD>(1) Gray Area Systems; (2) Getaway Special </DD><DT>GAT</DT><DD>(1) Government Acceptance Test; (2) Guidance, </DD><DT>Apportionment,</DT><DD>and Targeting </DD><DT>GATT</DT><DD>General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (UN) </DD><DT>GB</DT><DD>(1) Gigabyte; (2) Guardband </DD><DT>GBCS(-L</DT><DD>or -H) Ground-Based Common Sensor (-Light or -Heavy) </DD><DT>GBI</DT><DD>Ground-Based Interceptor </DD><DT>GBL</DT><DD>Ground-Based Laser </DD><DT>GBMD</DT><DD>Global Ballistic Missile Defense </DD><DT>GBR</DT><DD>Ground-Based Radar </DD><DT>GBS</DT><DD>Global Broadcast System </DD><DT>GBU</DT><DD>Guided Bomb Unit </DD><DT>GC</DT><DD>Gun Camera </DD><DT>GCA</DT><DD>Ground Controlled Approach </DD><DT>GCC</DT><DD>(1) Government Control Center; (2) Ground Component Commander; (3) Gulf Cooperation Council; (4) Global Control Center </DD><DT>GCCS</DT><DD>(1) Ground Command and Control System; (2) Global Command and Control System </DD><DT>GCDCAL</DT><DD>Great Circle Distance Calculator </DD><DT>GCE</DT><DD>Ground Combat Element </DD><DT>GCI</DT><DD>Ground-Controlled Intercept </DD><DT>GCN</DT><DD>Ground Communications Network </DD><DT>GCNTTY</DT><DD>Ground Communications Network Teletype </DD><DT>GCP</DT><DD>Ground-Controlled Processor </DD><DT>GCP-E</DT><DD>Ground-Controlled Processor-ELINT </DD><DT>GCS</DT><DD>(1) Graphics Compatibility System; (2) Ground Control Station; (3) Global Connectivity Services; (4) Global Communications </DD><DT>System</DT><DD></DD><DT>GCSS</DT><DD>Global Combat Support System </DD><DT>GDA</DT><DD>Gimbaled Dish Antenna </DD><DT>GDBI</DT><DD>Generic Data Base Interface </DD><DT>GDBMS</DT><DD>Generic Data Base Management Server </DD><DT>GDIC</DT><DD>General Defense Intelligence Community </DD><DT>GDIP</DT><DD>General Defense Intelligence Program </DD><DT>GDIPP</DT><DD>General Defense Intelligence Proposed Program </DD><DT>GDL</DT><DD>Gas Dynamic Laser </DD><DT>GDOP</DT><DD>Geometric Dilution of Precision </DD><DT>GDP</DT><DD>(1) General Defense Plan; (2) Gross Defense Product; (3) Ground Defense Position; (4) Gross Domestic Product </DD><DT>GDPS</DT><DD>Ground Data Processing System </DD><DT>GDRS</DT><DD>Ground Data Reduction System </DD><DT>GDS</DT><DD>(1) General Declassification Schedule; (2) FSU Guards; (3) Group Decision Support </DD><DT>GDSS</DT><DD>Global Decision Support System </DD><DT>GDT</DT><DD>Ground Data Terminal </DD><DT>Gen</DT><DD>General </DD><DT>GEM</DT><DD>Ground Effects Machine </DD><DT>GEN</DT><DD>(1) Generation; (2) General </DD><DT>GENIC</DT><DD>German National Intelligence Cell (NATO) </DD><DT>GENREP</DT><DD>General Reports </DD><DT>GENSER</DT><DD>General Service (Communications) </DD><DT>GEO</DT><DD>Geosynchronous Earth Orbit </DD><DT>GEODIS</DT><DD>Geographic Display </DD><DT>GEODSS</DT><DD>Ground-Based Electro-Optical Deep-Space Surveillance System </DD><DT>GEOFILE</DT><DD>(1) Geographic Locations Code File System; (2) Geolocation File (JOPES) </DD><DT>GEOREF</DT><DD>Global Reference System, a worldwide position reference system that may be applied to any map or chart graduated in latitude and longitude regardless of projection. </DD><DT>GEOSAT</DT><DD>Geological Satellite </DD><DT>GEP</DT><DD>Ground Entry Point </DD><DT>GEPS</DT><DD>Generic Electronic Publishing System </DD><DT>GES</DT><DD>Ground Entry Station </DD><DT>GFAC</DT><DD>Ground Forward Air Controller </DD><DT>GFCP</DT><DD>Generic Front-End Communications Package </DD><DT>GFE</DT><DD>Government Furnished Equipment </DD><DT>GFTD</DT><DD>Global Force Trends Data Base </DD><DT>GFR</DT><DD>Gap Filler Radar </DD><DT>GGI&S</DT><DD>Global Geospatial and Information Services </DD><DT>GHz</DT><DD>Gigahertz </DD><DT>GIGSTER</DT><DD>NSA Video Teleconferencing System </DD><DT>GIIPS</DT><DD>Geographic Installation Intelligence Production Specifications </DD><DT>GIITS</DT><DD>General Intelligence Imagery Training System </DD><DT>GIN</DT><DD>Greenland-Iceland-Norway </DD><DT>GIPD</DT><DD>(1) General Intelligence Production Detachment; (2) General Intelligence Production Division </DD><DT>GIPMIS</DT><DD>General Intelligence Production Management Information </DD><DT>System</DT><DD></DD><DT>GIPS</DT><DD>Geographic Installation Intelligence Production Specifications </DD><DT>GIPSY</DT><DD>Graphics Information or Presentation System </DD><DT>GIS</DT><DD>Geographical Information System </DD><DT>GIST</DT><DD>Graphical Intelligence Support Terminal </DD><DT>GITAC</DT><DD>General Intelligence Training Advisory Committee </DD><DT>GITC</DT><DD>General Intelligence Training Center </DD><DT>GITS</DT><DD>General Intelligence Training System </DD><DT>GIUK</DT><DD>Greenland-Iceland-United Kingdom </DD><DT>GKNT</DT><DD>State Committee for Science and Technology (FSU) </DD><DT>GKS</DT><DD>Graphics Kernel System </DD><DT>GL</DT><DD>Grenade Launcher </DD><DT>GLCM</DT><DD>Ground-Launched Cruise Missile </DD><DT>GLLD</DT><DD>U.S. Ground Laser Locator Designator (for COPPERHEAD) </DD><DT>GLMX</DT><DD>Geological Multi-Source Exploitation (System) </DD><DT>GLOBIXS</DT><DD>Global Information Exchange System </DD><DT>GLOMR</DT><DD>Global Low-Orbiting Message Relay </DD><DT>GLONASS</DT><DD>Global Navigation Satellite System </DD><DT>GM</DT><DD>Guided Missile </DD><DT>GMD</DT><DD>Global Missile Defense </DD><DT>GMF</DT><DD>Ground Mobile Forces </DD><DT>GMFP</DT><DD>Global Military Force Policy </DD><DT>GMFSC</DT><DD>Ground Mobile Force Satellite Communications </DD><DT>GMI</DT><DD>(1) General Medical Intelligence; (2) General Military Intelligence </DD><DT>GMIPP</DT><DD>General Military Intelligence Production Plan </DD><DT>GMIT</DT><DD>Ground Military Intelligence Team (ROK) </DD><DT>GMRD</DT><DD>Guards Motorized Rifle Division (FSU) </DD><DT>GMS</DT><DD>(1) Ground Mobile System; (2) Geostationary Meteorological Satellite; (3) Ground Mission Supervisor </DD><DT>GMT</DT><DD>Greenwich Mean Time (Zulu) </DD><DT>GMTI</DT><DD>Ground Moving Target Indicator GNAS Gateway </DD><DT>Network</DT><DD>Access System </DD><DT>GNC</DT><DD>Global Navigation Chart </DD><DT>GND</DT><DD>Ground </DD><DT>GNP</DT><DD>Gross National Product </DD><DT>GNS</DT><DD>Global Network Segment </DD><DT>GNST</DT><DD>Glossary of Naval Ship Types </DD><DT>GO()</DT><DD>Government of (Name of Country) </DD><DT>G-O</DT><DD>Office of Law Enforcement and Defense Operations (USCG) </DD><DT>G-OINS</DT><DD>Intelligence Division (USCG/G-O) </DD><DT>G-OIS</DT><DD>Investigations and Security Division (USCG/G-O) </DD><DT>GOB</DT><DD>Ground Order of Battle </DD><DT>GOC</DT><DD>(1) General Officer Commanding (UK); (2) Government of Canada; (3) Global Operations Center </DD><DT>GOCO</DT><DD>Government Owned Contractor Operated </DD><DT>GOES</DT><DD>Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellites </DD><DT>GOLDS</DT><DD>General On-Line Display System </DD><DT>GOLDWING</DT><DD>Army HF Radio; HF communications system for meteorological and other operations </DD><DT>GOMS</DT><DD>Geostationary Operational Meteorological Satellite </DD><DT>GOP</DT><DD>Generated Option Plan </DD><DT>GOR</DT><DD>General Operational Requirement </DD><DT>GORB</DT><DD>General Officer Review Board </DD><DT>GOS</DT><DD>Grade of Service </DD><DT>GOSC</DT><DD>General Officer Steering Committee </DD><DT>GOSIA</DT><DD>Government Open System Interconnect Architecture </DD><DT>GOSIP</DT><DD>Government Open Systems Interconnected Profile </DD><DT>GOSPLAN</DT><DD>State Planning Committee (FSU) </DD><DT>GOSSNAB</DT><DD>State Committee for Material-Technical Supply (FSU) </DD><DT>GOTS</DT><DD>Government Off-the-Shelf </DD><DT>GP</DT><DD>(1) Group; (2) General Purpose </DD><DT>GPALS</DT><DD>Global Protection Against Limited Strikes </DD><DT>GPEE</DT><DD>General Purpose Encryption Equipment </DD><DT>GPF</DT><DD>(1) General Purpose Forces; (2) Ground Processing Facility </DD><DT>gph</DT><DD>Gallons Per Hour </DD><DT>GP</DT><DD>NAF General Purpose Numbered Air Force </DD><DT>GPNDS</DT><DD>Global Positioning & Nuclear Detection System </DD><DT>GPO</DT><DD>Government Printing Office </DD><DT>GPS</DT><DD>(1) Global Positioning System; (2) Grid Producing Source; (3) Geographical Positioning System; (4) Ground Processing </DD><DT>Stations</DT><DD></DD><DT>GPSCS</DT><DD>General Purpose Satellite Communications System </DD><DT>GR</DT><DD>(1) Graphical Reporting; (2) Gateway Router </DD><DT>GRAD</DT><DD>Graduate </DD><DT>GRANITE</DT><DD>SENTRY Proper Name of System </DD><DT>GRID</DT><DD>Brand of Portable PC </DD><DT>GRIPF</DT><DD>GUARDRAIL Integrated Processing Facility </DD><DT>GRD</DT><DD>Ground Resolved Distance </DD><DT>GREEN</DT><DD>FLAG ACC live-fly electronic combat exercise </DD><DT>GRG</DT><DD>Gridded Reference Graphic </DD><DT>GRO</DT><DD>Gamma Ray Observatory </DD><DT>GROFIS</DT><DD>Ground Forces Intelligence Study </DD><DT>GRP</DT><DD>Glass Reinforced Plastic </DD><DT>GRT</DT><DD>Gross Registered Tonnage </DD><DT>GRU</DT><DD>FSU General Staff Intelligence Organization </DD><DT>GS</DT><DD>(1) General Staff, (2) General Support; (3) Geological Survey; (4) General Schedule; (5) General Service; (6) Government Service (Federal Civil Service); (7) Ground Station; (8) Government Civilian </DD><DT>GSA</DT><DD>General Services Administration </DD><DT>GSD</DT><DD>(1) Ground Sample Distance; (2) Graphical Situation Display </DD><DT>GSE</DT><DD>Ground Support Equipment </DD><DT>GSF</DT><DD>(1) Ground Support Fighter (FSU); (2) Group of Soviet Forces; (3) Ground Station Facility </DD><DT>GSFC</DT><DD>Goddard Space Flight Center </DD><DT>GSFG</DT><DD>Group of Soviet Forces Germany </DD><DT>GSFM</DT><DD>Group of Soviet Forces Mongolia </DD><DT>GSICS</DT><DD>General Support Interim Contractor Support </DD><DT>GSM</DT><DD>(1) Ground Support Module (JSTARS); (2) Ground Station Module </DD><DT>GSOAF</DT><DD>GGI&S Special Operations Applications Facility </DD><DT>GSP</DT><DD>General Strike Plan </DD><DT>GSR</DT><DD>(1) General Support Reinforcing; (2) Ground Surveillance Radar </DD><DT>GSRS</DT><DD>U.S. General Support Rocket System </DD><DT>GSS</DT><DD>(1) Global Support System; (2) General System Specification </DD><DT>GST</DT><DD>(1) Ground Sensor Terminal; (2) Ground Station Terminal; (3) Ground Support Terminal </DD><DT>GSTS</DT><DD>Ground-Based Surveillance and Tracking System </DD><DT>GSTN</DT><DD>General Switched Telephone Network </DD><DT>GSU</DT><DD>Geographically Separated Unit </DD><DT>G/T</DT><DD>Ratio of Antenna Gain to Noise Temperature </DD><DT>GTA</DT><DD>Government Training Aid </DD><DT>GTAB</DT><DD>Global Transportation Analysis Bulletin </DD><DT>GTD</DT><DD>Guards Tank Division (FSU) </DD><DT>GTN</DT><DD>Global Transportation Network </DD><DT>GTS</DT><DD>Global Telecommunications Service </DD><DT>GTC</DT><DD>Gas Turbine Compressor </DD><DT>GTTC</DT><DD>Goodfellow Technical Training Center </DD><DT>GUI</DT><DD>Graphics User Interface </DD><DT>GW</DT><DD>(1) Guided Weapon; (2) Gateway; (3) Guerrilla Warfare </DD><DT>G/W</DT><DD>Gateway </DD><DT>GWC</DT><DD>Global Weather Control </DD><DT>GWEN</DT><DD>Ground Wave Emergency Network </DD><DT>GWIC</DT><DD>Great Wall Industries Corporation (China) </DD><DT>GWIP</DT><DD>Global Weather Intercept Program </DD><DT>GWP</DT><DD>General Work Plan </DD><DT>GW/R</DT><DD>Gateway/Router </DD><DT>GWS</DT><DD>Gaps, Weaknesses, and Shortfalls (also GW&S) </DD><DT>GYRO</DT><DD>Gyroscope or Gyroscopic </DD><DT>GZ</DT><DD>Ground Zero </DD></DL>H

<DL><DT>H</DT><DD>Symbol for the magnetic field of the propagated radio wave </DD><DT>O</DT><DD>Critical life-essential liquid, commonly known as water </DD><DT>HA</DT><DD>Humanitarian Assistance </DD><DT>HAA</DT><DD>Helicopter Alighting Area </DD><DT>HAB</DT><DD>(1) High Altitude Burst; (2) High Altitude Bombing; (3) High Air Burst; (4) Hardened Aircraft Bunker </DD><DT>HAC</DT><DD>(1) House Appropriations Committee; (2) Historical Area Coverage </DD><DT>HACC</DT><DD>Humanitarian Assistance Coordination Center </DD><DT>HAE</DT><DD>High-Altitude Endurance </DD><DT>HAHO</DT><DD>High-Altitude High-Opening </DD><DT>HAIS</DT><DD>Hawaiian Air Intelligence System </DD><DT>HAL</DT><DD>Helicopter Light Attack </DD><DT>HALE</DT><DD>High-Altitude Long-Endurance </DD><DT>HALO</DT><DD>High-Altitude Low-Opening </DD><DT>HANE</DT><DD>High-Altitude Nuclear Effects </DD><DT>HANG</DT><DD>Hawaii Air National Guard </DD><DT>HARDLOOK</DT><DD>Special Data Analysis Product of NAVSPACECOM/N24 </DD><DT>HARDS</DT><DD>High-Altitude Radiation Detection System </DD><DT>HARM</DT><DD>High-Speed Anti-Radiation Missile (AGM-88A) </DD><DT>HARV</DT><DD>Harassment Vehicle (Drone) </DD><DT>HAS</DT><DD>Hardened Aircraft Shelter </DD><DT>HASC</DT><DD>House Armed Services Committee </DD><DT>HATS</DT><DD>Heuristic Automated Transportation System </DD><DT>HATMD</DT><DD>High-Altitude Theater Missile Defense </DD><DT>HAV</DT><DD>(1) High Acceleration Vehicle; (2) Heavy Armored Vehicle (non-tactical) </DD><DT>HAWS</DT><DD>Hawaii Area Wideband System </DD><DT>HAZCON</DT><DD>Hazardous Condition </DD><DT>HAZMAT</DT><DD>Hazardous Materials </DD><DT>HB</DT><DD>High Burst </DD><DT>HBWP</DT><DD>Host-Based Word Processing </DD><DT>HC</DT><DD>HUMINT Committee </DD><DT>HCA</DT><DD>Humanitarian and Civic Assistance </DD><DT>HCC</DT><DD>HUMINT Contingency Cell </DD><DT>HCF</DT><DD>High Command of Forces </DD><DT>HCI/DV/AEX</DT><DD>Human-Computer Interface/Data Visualization/Automated </DD><DT>Expansion</DT><DD></DD><DT>HCR</DT><DD>HUMINT Collection Requirement </DD><DT>HCS</DT><DD>Helicopter Combat/Search and Rescue </DD><DT>HCU</DT><DD>High Capacity Computer Unit </DD><DT>HD</DT><DD>Horizontal Ground Distance </DD><DT>HDL</DT><DD>Harry Diamond Laboratories </DD><DT>HDM</DT><DD>Hierarchical Development Methodology </DD><DT>HDO</DT><DD>Humanitarian Demining Operations </DD><DT>HDX</DT><DD>Half Duplex </DD><DT>HX</DT><DD>Half Duplex </DD><DT>HE</DT><DD>High Explosive </DD><DT>HEAT</DT><DD>High-Explosive AntiTank </DD><DT>HEC</DT><DD>Helicopter Element Coordinator </DD><DT>HEDI</DT><DD>High Endoatmospheric Defense Interceptor </DD><DT>HEF</DT><DD>Hostile Establishment File </DD><DT>HEI</DT><DD>High-Explosive Incendiary </DD><DT>HEL</DT><DD>High-Energy Laser </DD><DT>HELIP</DT><DD>HAWK European Limited Improvement Program </DD><DT>HELRATS</DT><DD>High Energy Laser Radar Acquisition & Tracking System </DD><DT>HELSTF</DT><DD>High-Energy Laser Systems Test Facility </DD><DT>HELW</DT><DD>High-Energy Laser Weapons </DD><DT>HELWING</DT><DD>Helicopter Wing </DD><DT>HEMP</DT><DD>High-Altitude Electromagnetic Pulse </DD><DT>HEMT</DT><DD>High-Electron-Mobility Transistor </DD><DT>HEO</DT><DD>(1) High-Earth-Orbit; (2) Highly Elliptical Orbit </DD><DT>HEP</DT><DD>High-Explosive Plastic </DD><DT>HERO</DT><DD>(1) Hazards of Electromagnetic Radiation To Ordnance; (2) Historical Evaluation and Research Organization </DD><DT>HERT</DT><DD>Headquarters Emergency Relocation Team </DD><DT>HES</DT><DD>Hardcopy Exploitation Systems </DD><DT>HESS</DT><DD>Hangul English Support System </DD><DT>HEST</DT><DD>High-Explosive Simulation Technique </DD><DT>HET</DT><DD>Heavy Equipment Transporter </DD><DT>HF</DT><DD>(1) High Frequency; (2) Height Finder; (3) Hydrogen Fluoride </DD><DT>HFE</DT><DD>Human Factors Engineering </DD><DT>HFA</DT><DD>High-Frequency Antenna </DD><DT>HF/DF</DT><DD>High-Frequency Direction-Finding </DD><DT>HFE</DT><DD>Heavy-Fuel Engine </DD><DT>HFEA</DT><DD>Human Factors Engineering Assessment </DD><DT>HFP</DT><DD>Host Front-End Protocol </DD><DT>HH</DT><DD>Hand-Held </DD><DT>HHC</DT><DD>Headquarters and Headquarters Company </DD><DT>HHD</DT><DD>Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment </DD><DT>HHS</DT><DD>(1) Headquarters and Headquarter Services; (2) Hasty Hide Shelter </DD><DT>HHW</DT><DD>Higher High Water </DD><DT>HIL</DT><DD>High Interest List </DD><DT>HI-PAR</DT><DD>High-Performance Precision-Approach Radar </DD><DT>HI-RES</DT><DD>High-Resolution </DD><DT>HIC</DT><DD>High-Intensity Conflict </DD><DT>HICOM</DT><DD>High Command (CINCPACFLT Voice Network) </DD><DT>HIDSS</DT><DD>Helmet-Integrated Display & Sight System </DD><DT>HIFAR</DT><DD>High-Frequency Fixed-Array Radar </DD><DT>HIMAD</DT><DD>(1) High- to Medium-Altitude Defense; (2) High to Medium Altitude Adjustment </DD><DT>HIMS</DT><DD>HUMINT Information Management System </DD><DT>HIP</DT><DD>Howitzer Improvement Program </DD><DT>HIRMS</DT><DD>Human Intelligence Requirements Management System </DD><DT>HIROCC</DT><DD>Hawaiian Islands Regional Operational Control Center </DD><DT>HIS</DT><DD>(1) Honeywell Information System; (2) Hostile Intelligence Services </DD><DT>HISP</DT><DD>Hostile Intelligence Service Profiler System </DD><DT>HIT</DT><DD>High-Interest Track </DD><DT>HITS</DT><DD>(1) Human Intelligence Tasking System; (2) Hawaii Information Transfer System </DD><DT>HJ</DT><DD>HONEST JOHN (U.S. Surface-to-Surface Rocket) </DD><DT>HL</DT><DD>Hand-Launched </DD><DT>HLA</DT><DD>Helicopter Landing Areas </DD><DT>HLA/DZ</DT><DD>Helicopter Landing Area/Drop Zone </DD><DT>HLA/DZS</DT><DD>Helicopter Landing Area/Drop Zone Study </DD><DT>HLLV</DT><DD>Heavy-Lift Launch Vehicle </DD><DT>HL-UAV</DT><DD>Hand-Launched Unmanned Aerial Vehicle </DD><DT>HLW</DT><DD>Higher Low Water </DD><DT>HLZ</DT><DD>Helicopter Landing Zone </DD><DT>HM</DT><DD>Helicopter Mine Warfare </DD><DT>HMC</DT><DD>HUMINT Management Center </DD><DT>HMCII</DT><DD>Higher Military Command, Interior and Islands (Greece) </DD><DT>HMF</DT><DD>Handbook of Military Forces </DD><DT>HMI</DT><DD>(1) Host-Message Interface; (2) Human-Machine Interface </DD><DT>HMMWV</DT><DD>High-Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle </DD><DT>HMS</DT><DD>(1) Her Majestyé─˘s Ship; (2) HUMINT Management System </DD><DT>HMTV</DT><DD>Head-Mounted Thermal Vision </DD><DT>HN</DT><DD>Host Nation </DD><DT>HNAF</DT><DD>Host Nation Armed Forces </DD><DT>HNIS</DT><DD>Host Nation Intelligence Support </DD><DT>HNS</DT><DD>Host Nation Support </DD><DT>HNSC</DT><DD>House National Security Committee </DD><DT>HOB</DT><DD>Height of Burst </DD><DT>HOBO</DT><DD>Homing Optical Bomb </DD><DT>HOC</DT><DD>(1) History of Coverage; (2) HUMINT Operations Cell </DD><DT>HOCNET</DT><DD>HUMINT Operational Communications Network </DD><DT>HOE</DT><DD>Homing Overlay Experiment </DD><DT>HOIS</DT><DD>Hostile Intelligence Service(s) </DD><DT>HOJ</DT><DD>Home on Jam </DD><DT>HOL</DT><DD>High-Order Language </DD><DT>HOM</DT><DD>(1) Head of Media; (2) Head of Mission </DD><DT>HOTA</DT><DD>HUMINT Operational Tasking Authority </DD><DT>HOTOL</DT><DD>Horizontal Takeoff & Landing </DD><DT>HOTPHOTOREP</DT><DD>Hot Photographic Interpretation Report </DD><DT>HOTSIT</DT><DD>Hot Situation Message </DD><DT>how</DT><DD>Howitzer </DD><DT>HP</DT><DD>(1) Headquarters Pamphlet; (2) Horsepower </DD><DT>HPA</DT><DD>High-Power Amplifier </DD><DT>HPG</DT><DD>Hardcopy Products Group </DD><DT>HPM</DT><DD>High-Power Microwave </DD><DT>HPT</DT><DD>(1) High-Payoff Target; (2) High-Priority Target </DD><DT>HPSC</DT><DD>High-Performance Computing Research System </DD><DT>HPSCI</DT><DD>House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence </DD><DT>HQ/HQS</DT><DD>Headquarters </DD><DT>HQDA</DT><DD>Headquarters, Department of the Army </DD><DT>HQJTF</DT><DD>Headquarters, Joint Task Force </DD><DT>HQMC</DT><DD>Headquarters, U.S. Marine Corps </DD><DT>HQMRHITS</DT><DD>Quarterly Management Report </DD><DT>HQ</DT><DD>USAF Headquarters, Department of the Air Force </DD><DT>HR</DT><DD>(1) High Resolution; (2) Humanitarian Relief Service </DD><DT>hr</DT><DD>Hour </DD><DT>HR/MR</DT><DD>Human Readable/Machine Readable (Data) </DD><DT>HRC</DT><DD>Human Resources Committee </DD><DT>HRCS</DT><DD>High-Resolution Camera System </DD><DT>HRMS</DT><DD>Human Intelligence Requirements Management System </DD><DT>HRPT</DT><DD>High-Resolution Picture Transmissions </DD><DT>HRR</DT><DD>High-Resolution Radar </DD><DT>HRS</DT><DD>(1) Hours; (2) Humanitarian Relief Service </DD><DT>HRTV</DT><DD>High-Resolution Television </DD><DT>HRU</DT><DD>Hardcopy Reconstruction Unit </DD><DT>HRV</DT><DD>High-Resolution Visible Range Instruments </DD><DT>HS</DT><DD>(1) Helicopter Squadron; (2) Home Station </DD><DT>HSD</DT><DD>HUMINT Support Detachment </DD><DT>HSE</DT><DD>HUMINT Support Element </DD><DT>HSE-E</DT><DD>HSE-Europe </DD><DT>HSE-SOCOM</DT><DD>HSE-USSOCOM </DD><DT>HSI</DT><DD>(1) Human Systems Integration; (2) Hyperspectral Imagery </DD><DT>H-SIP</DT><DD>H-Camera Spectral Improvement Program </DD><DT>HSLLADS</DT><DD>High Speed Low Level Aerial Delivery System </DD><DT>HSMS</DT><DD>Human Sources Management System </DD><DT>HSS</DT><DD>Health Service Support </DD><DT>HTACC</DT><DD>Hardened Tactical Air Control Center </DD><DT>HTKP</DT><DD>Hard-Target Kill Potential </DD><DT>HTLD</DT><DD>High-Technology Light Division </DD><DT>HTOHL</DT><DD>Horizontal Take-off and Horizontal Landing </DD><DT>HTML</DT><DD>Hypertext Markup Language </DD><DT>HUD</DT><DD>Heads-Up Display </DD><DT>HULTEC</DT><DD>Hull-to-Emitter Correlation </DD><DT>HUMINT</DT><DD>Human Resources Intelligence </DD><DT>HUMMV</DT><DD>High Utility Mobile Mechanized Vehicle </DD><DT>HUMRO</DT><DD>Humanitarian Relief Operations </DD><DT>HUS</DT><DD>Hardened Unique Storage </DD><DT>HUSK</DT><DD>Hardened Unique Storage Key </DD><DT>hv</DT><DD>Heavy </DD><DT>HVA</DT><DD>High Value Asset </DD><DT>HVAC</DT><DD>High-Voltage Air Conditioning </DD><DT>HVAP</DT><DD>High-Velocity Armor-Piercing </DD><DT>HVAPFSDS</DT><DD>High Velocity Armor-Piercing Fin-Stabilized Discarding-Sabot </DD><DT>HVAT</DT><DD>High-Velocity Antitank </DD><DT>HVF</DT><DD>Highly Volatile Fuel </DD><DT>HVIT</DT><DD>High Volume Information Transfer </DD><DT>HVT</DT><DD>High-Value Target </DD><DT>HW</DT><DD>(1) High Water; (2) Hardware </DD><DT>HWAS</DT><DD>High Wycombe Air Station </DD><DT>HWC</DT><DD>Hobart Walk-in Cooler </DD><DT>HW/SW</DT><DD>Hardware/Software </DD><DT>HWY</DT><DD>Highway </DD><DT>Hz</DT><DD>Hertz </DD></DL>I

<DL><DT>i</DT><DD>Inclination </DD><DT>I2</DT><DD>Intelligence Information </DD><DT>IA</DT><DD>(1) Imagery Analyst; (2) Intelligence Assistant; (3) Initial Assessment; (4) Intelligence Analyst; (5) Intelligence Agent </DD><DT>IAA</DT><DD>Interagency Agreement </DD><DT>I&A</DT><DD>(1) Imagery and Analysis; (2) Identifcation and Authentication </DD><DT>IAB</DT><DD>Imagery Analysis Branch </DD><DT>IAC</DT><DD>(1) Intelligence Analysis Center; (2) Intelligence Advisory Committee; (3) Intelligence Analyst Course (DIA); (4) Information Analysis Centers </DD><DT>IAD</DT><DD>(1) Intelligence Analysis Division; (2) Integrated Air Defense </DD><DT>IADB</DT><DD>Inter-American Defense Board </DD><DT>IADS</DT><DD>Integrated Air Defense System </DD><DT>IAEA</DT><DD>International Atomic Energy Agency </DD><DT>IAG</DT><DD>(1) Intelligence Analysis Group (formerly ITAD); (2) Imagery Analysis Group </DD><DT>IAGC</DT><DD>Instantaneous Automatic Gain Control </DD><DT>IAGS</DT><DD>Inter-American Geodetic Survey </DD><DT>IAIPS</DT><DD>Integrated Automated Intelligence Processing System </DD><DT>IAM</DT><DD>Imagery Analysis Memorandum </DD><DT>IAMP</DT><DD>Imagery Acquisition and Management Plan </DD><DT>IAMS</DT><DD>Individual Aerial Mobility System </DD><DT>IAN</DT><DD>Imagery Analysis Notice </DD><DT>IAP</DT><DD>International Airport </DD><DT>IAPF</DT><DD>Inter-American Peace Force </DD><DT>IAR</DT><DD>Imagery Analysis Report </DD><DT>IAS</DT><DD>(1) Intelligence Access System; (2) Interactive </DD><DT>Applications</DT><DD>System; (3) Intelligence Analysis System </DD><DT>IAS</DT><DD>WS IAS Work Station </DD><DT>IASSA</DT><DD>INSCOM Automated Systems Support Activity </DD><DT>IAT</DT><DD>Intelligence Augmentation Team </DD><DT>IATA</DT><DD>International Air Transport Association </DD><DT>IAW</DT><DD>In Accordance With </DD><DT>IAWG</DT><DD>Interagency Working Group </DD><DT>IAWS</DT><DD>Improved Analyst Workstation </DD><DT>IBAC</DT><DD>Identity-Based Access Control </DD><DT>IBs</DT><DD>Issue Books </DD><DT>IBBS</DT><DD>Interim Brigade/Battalion Simulation </DD><DT>IBD</DT><DD>Intelligence Baseline Document </DD><DT>IBDTF</DT><DD>IBD Transaction Format </DD><DT>IBE</DT><DD>Field-Initiated BE Number </DD><DT>IBERLANT</DT><DD>Iberian Atlantic Area </DD><DT>IBIS</DT><DD>Imaging Background Limited Infrared System </DD><DT>IBM</DT><DD>International Business Machines </DD><DT>IBO</DT><DD>Intelligence Baseline Overview </DD><DT>IBOS</DT><DD>Intelligence Battlefield Operating System </DD><DT>IBS</DT><DD>(1) Interactive Beacon System; (2) Integrable Base Station; (3) Integrated Broadcast Service; (4) Intelsat Business Service; (5) Integrated Bridge System </DD><DT>IBSSIR</DT><DD>Background Signature Survey </DD><DT>IBTA</DT><DD>Integrated Battlefield Targeting Architecture </DD><DT>IBUR</DT><DD>Intelligence Bottom-Up Review </DD><DT>IC</DT><DD>(1) Intelligence Community; (2) Intelligence Collection; (3) Integrated Circuit; (4) Intelligence Center; (5) Irish Concern </DD><DT>IC/EC</DT><DD>Intelligence Community/Executive Committee </DD><DT>ICA</DT><DD>Intelligence Center Atlantic </DD><DT>ICAF</DT><DD>Industrial College of the Armed Forces </DD><DT>ICAO</DT><DD>International Civil Aviation Organization </DD><DT>ICAP</DT><DD>Improved Capabilities Program </DD><DT>ICARIS</DT><DD>Intelligence Communications Architecture and Requirements </DD><DT>Information</DT><DD>System </DD><DT>ICBM</DT><DD>Intercontinental Ballistic Missile </DD><DT>ICC</DT><DD>(1) Integrated Communications Center; (2) Intelligence Continuity Cell; (3) IMlNT Coordination Cell; (4) Intelligence Coordination Center (Coast Guard); (5) Initial Connectivity Capability </DD><DT>ICCC</DT><DD>International Council for Computer Communication </DD><DT>ICD</DT><DD>(1) Interface Control Document; (2) Intelligence Collection Division; (3) Initiative Communications Deception </DD><DT>ICDP</DT><DD>Intelligence Career Development Program </DD><DT>ICE</DT><DD>(1) Independent Cost Estimate; (2) Interface Control Element </DD><DT>ICEDEFOR</DT><DD>Iceland Defense Forces </DD><DT>ICES</DT><DD>International Cooperation in Ocean Exploration </DD><DT>ICF</DT><DD>(1) Intelligence Collection Flight; (2) Intelligence Contingency Funds; (3) Interconnect Facility </DD><DT>ICFTU</DT><DD>International Confederation of Free Trade Unions </DD><DT>ICIG</DT><DD>IDHSS CSSR Interface Guard </DD><DT>ICITAP</DT><DD>International Criminal Investigative Training and Assistance </DD><DT>Program</DT><DD></DD><DT>ICL</DT><DD>Intelligence Coordination Cell </DD><DT>ICM</DT><DD>(1) Improved Conventional Munitions; (2) Intelligence Correlation Module; (3) Integrated Common Modules </DD><DT>ICMC</DT><DD>Intelligence Collection Management Course </DD><DT>ICOD</DT><DD>Intelligence/Information Cut-Off Date </DD><DT>ICOM</DT><DD>Integrated COMSEC (SINCGARS) </DD><DT>ICON</DT><DD>Image Communications and Operations Node </DD><DT>ICP</DT><DD>(1) Intelligence Collection Platform; (2) Interface Change Proposals; (3) Incremental Change Packages </DD><DT>ICPS</DT><DD>Intelligence Communications Processing Shelter </DD><DT>ICR</DT><DD>Intelligence Collection Requirement </DD><DT>ICRC</DT><DD>(1) Intelligence Contingency Readiness Center; (2) International Committee of the Red Cross </DD><DT>ICRS</DT><DD>Imagery Collection Requirements Subcommittee (COMIREX) </DD><DT>ICS</DT><DD>(1) Intercommunications System; (2) Intelligence Community Staff </DD><DT>ICTF</DT><DD>Interagency Crisis Task Force </DD><DT>ICTT</DT><DD>(1) Improved Commanderé─˘s Tactical Terminal; (2) Interim Commanderé─˘s Tactical Terminal </DD><DT>ICU</DT><DD>Interface Control Unit </DD><DT>ICV</DT><DD>Infantry Combat Vehicle </DD><DT>ICW</DT><DD>In Coordination With </DD><DT>ICWG</DT><DD>(1) Interface Control Working Group; (2) Imagery Coordination Working Group </DD><DT>ID</DT><DD>(1) Identification; (2) Infantry Division; (3) Intelligence Division </DD><DT>IDA</DT><DD>Institute for Defense Analysis </DD><DT>IDAD</DT><DD>Internal Defense and Development </DD><DT>IDB</DT><DD>(1) Integrated Data Base; (2) Inter-American Development Bank </DD><DT>IDB-II</DT><DD>PC-Based Integrated Data Base </DD><DT>IDBM</DT><DD>Integrated Data Base Maintenance </DD><DT>IDBR</DT><DD>Integrated Data Base Retrieval </DD><DT>IDBTF</DT><DD>Intelligence Data Base Transaction Format </DD><DT>IDC</DT><DD>Interagency Defector Committee </DD><DT>IDCSP</DT><DD>Initial Defense Communications Satellite Program </DD><DT>IDEAS</DT><DD>Intelligence Data Element Authorization Standards </DD><DT>IDES</DT><DD>Installation Damage Expectancy Summary </DD><DT>IDEX</DT><DD>Imagery Data Exploitation System </DD><DT>IDEX</DT><DD>II Imagery Data Exploitation System II </DD><DT>IDF</DT><DD>(1) Israeli Defense Force; (2) Installation Data File </DD><DT>IDHS</DT><DD>Intelligence Data Handling System </DD><DT>IDHS</DT><DD>IDHS for the mid-1990s </DD><DT>IDHS-2000</DT><DD>Intelligence Data Handling System for the Year 2000 </DD><DT>IDHS-II</DT><DD>Intelligence Data Handling System, Second Iteration </DD><DT>IDHSC</DT><DD>Intelligence Data Handling System Communications </DD><DT>IDHSC-II</DT><DD>Intelligence Data Handling System Communications, Version II </DD><DT>IDIMS</DT><DD>Interactive Digital Image Manipulation System </DD><DT>IDIQ</DT><DD>Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity </DD><DT>IDIRA</DT><DD>Introduction to Defense Intelligence Research and </DD><DT>Analysis</DT><DD>(DIA) </DD><DT>IDL</DT><DD>Interoperable Data Link </DD><DT>IDM</DT><DD>Improved Data Modem </DD><DT>IDMS</DT><DD>IPAC Document Management System </DD><DT>IDN</DT><DD>Integrated Data Network </DD><DT>IDNX</DT><DD>Integrated Digital Network Exchange </DD><DT>IDP</DT><DD>Intelligence Data Processor </DD><DT>IDPS</DT><DD>(1) Imagery Data Processing System; (2) Integrated Deployable </DD><DT>Processing</DT><DD>System; (3) Interim Deployable Processing System </DD><DT>IDS</DT><DD>(1) Intrusion Detection System; (2) Infrared Detection Set </DD><DT>IDSCS</DT><DD>Initial Defense Satellite Communications System </DD><DT>IDSCP</DT><DD>Initial Defense Satellite Communication Program </DD><DT>IDSF</DT><DD>Intelligence Defector Source File </DD><DT>IDTT</DT><DD>Inactive Duty Training Travel </DD><DT>IDZ</DT><DD>Inner Defense Zone </DD><DT>IEA</DT><DD>International Energy Agreement </DD><DT>IEBL</DT><DD>Inter-Entity Boundary Line </DD><DT>IEC</DT><DD>(1) Imagery Exploitation Center; (2) Intelligence Exchange </DD><DT>Conference</DT><DD></DD><DT>IED</DT><DD>(1) Improvised Explosive Device; (2) Imitative Electronic Deception </DD><DT>IEG</DT><DD>Imagery Exploitation Group </DD><DT>IEMATS</DT><DD>Improved Emergency Message Automated Transmission System </DD><DT>IEP</DT><DD>Independent Evaluation Plan </DD><DT>IEPG</DT><DD>Independent European Program Group </DD><DT>IEPR</DT><DD>Information Exchange and Processing Requirements Report </DD><DT>IER</DT><DD>Independent Evaluation Report </DD><DT>IES</DT><DD>Imagery Exploitation System </DD><DT>IESS</DT><DD>Imagery Exploitation Support Segment </DD><DT>IEW</DT><DD>Intelligence and Electronic Warfare </DD><DT>IEWCS</DT><DD>IEW Common Sensor </DD><DT>IEWD</DT><DD>Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Directorate </DD><DT>IEWFAM</DT><DD>IEW Functional Area Model </DD><DT>IEWSE</DT><DD>IEW Support Element </DD><DT>IEWTAC</DT><DD>IEW Technology Assessment Center </DD><DT>IEWTPT</DT><DD>IEW Tactical Proficiency Trainer </DD><DT>IF</DT><DD>(1) Interrogation Facility; (2) Identification Frequency; (3) Intermediate Frequency </DD><DT>IFAC</DT><DD>International Federation of Automatic Control </DD><DT>IFF</DT><DD>Identification, Friend or Foe </DD><DT>IFFN</DT><DD>Identification, Friend, Foe or Neutral </DD><DT>IFOR</DT><DD>Implementation Force (Operation JOINT ENDEAVOR) </DD><DT>IFOV</DT><DD>Instantaneous Field-of-View </DD><DT>IFPS</DT><DD>Interformation Position System </DD><DT>IFR</DT><DD>Instrument Flight Rules </DD><DT>IFRB</DT><DD>International Frequency Registration Board </DD><DT>IFS</DT><DD>Imagery File Server </DD><DT>IFTE</DT><DD>Integrated Family Test Equipment </DD><DT>IFV</DT><DD>Infantry Fighting Vehicle </DD><DT>IG</DT><DD>(1) Interagency Group; (2) Inspector General; (3) Intelligence Group (Air Force) </DD><DT>IGCP</DT><DD>Intelligence Guidance for COMINT Programming </DD><DT>IGD</DT><DD>Intelligence Guidance Document </DD><DT>IGR</DT><DD>Improved GUARDRAIL </DD><DT>IGRV</DT><DD>Improved GUARDRAlL V </DD><DT>IGS</DT><DD>Image Generation System </DD><DT>IGSM</DT><DD>Interim Ground Station Module </DD><DT>IGT</DT><DD>Interdepartmental Group on Terrorism </DD><DT>IGY</DT><DD>International Geophysical Year </DD><DT>IHC</DT><DD>Intelligence Information Handling Committee </DD><DT>IHE</DT><DD>Insensitive High Explosive </DD><DT>IHFR</DT><DD>Improved High Frequency Radio </DD><DT>IHO</DT><DD>(1) International Hydrographic Organization; (2) In Honor of </DD><DT>IHR</DT><DD>In-Extremis Hostage Rescue </DD><DT>II</DT><DD>(1) Imagery Interpretation; (2) Imagery Interpreter </DD><DT>IIC</DT><DD>Imagery Interpretation Center </DD><DT>IICT</DT><DD>Interagency Intelligence Committee on Terrorism </DD><DT>IID</DT><DD>Integrated Information Display </DD><DT>IIDP</DT><DD>Integrated Intelligence Development Plan (USCINCEUR) </DD><DT>IIE</DT><DD>Installation Identification Element </DD><DT>IIF</DT><DD>Imagery Interpretation Facility </DD><DT>IIG</DT><DD>(1) Imagery Intelligence Group (formerly USAlIC); (2) Intelligence Inspector General </DD><DT>IIM</DT><DD>Interagency Intelligence Memorandum </DD><DT>IIN</DT><DD>Imagery Interpretation Note </DD><DT>IINCOMNET</DT><DD>Intratheater Intelligence Community Network </DD><DT>IINS</DT><DD>Imagery Information Need Statement </DD><DT>IIPL</DT><DD>Integrated Intelligence Priority List </DD><DT>IIR</DT><DD>(1) Imaging Infrared; (2) Intelligence Information Report; (3) Imagery Interpretation Report </DD><DT>IIRES</DT><DD>Imagery Interpretation, Reporting, and Exploitation System </DD><DT>IIRK</DT><DD>Interarea Interswitch Rekeying Key </DD><DT>IIRS</DT><DD>Imagery Interpretability Rating Scale </DD><DT>IIS</DT><DD>(1) Indirect Identification System; (2) IPAC Intelligence Summary; (3) Imagery Interpretation Segment </DD><DT>IISE</DT><DD>Intelligence Information System Enhancement </DD><DT>IISS</DT><DD>Intelligence Information Subsystem </DD><DT>IITLPC</DT><DD>Inter/Intra Team Low Power Communications </DD><DT>IITS</DT><DD>(1) Intra-Theater Imagery Transmission System; (2) Installation Information Transfer Systems </DD><DT>IIU</DT><DD>(1) Imagery Interpretation Unit; (2) Imagery Interface Unit </DD><DT>IJMS</DT><DD>Interim JTIDS Message Standard </DD><DT>ILAM</DT><DD>Improved Limpet Assembly Modular </DD><DT>ILC</DT><DD>International Lines of Communication </DD><DT>ILD</DT><DD>Injection Laser Diode </DD><DT>ILE</DT><DD>Intelligence Liaison Element </DD><DT>ILEA</DT><DD>International Law Enforcement Academy </DD><DT>ILO</DT><DD>Intelligence Liaison Officer </DD><DT>ILP</DT><DD>Intelligence Liaison Party </DD><DT>ILS</DT><DD>(1) Instrument Landing System; (2) Integrated Logistic Support </DD><DT>ILSA</DT><DD>Improved Lightweight Satellite Antenna </DD><DT>IM</DT><DD>(1) Information Management; (2) Intermodulation </DD><DT>IM/GD</DT><DD>Intelligence Management/Guidance Document </DD><DT>IMA</DT><DD>(1) Institute for Military Assistance; (2) Intelligence </DD><DT>Mobilization</DT><DD>Augmentee; (3) Information Mission Area </DD><DT>I-MAE</DT><DD>Interim Medium Altitude Endurance UAV (formerly Tier I) </DD><DT>IMAF</DT><DD>1st Marine Amphibious Force </DD><DT>IMAP</DT><DD>Interim Mission Assessment Program </DD><DT>IMB</DT><DD>(USCENTCOM) Intelligence Management Board </DD><DT>IMC</DT><DD>The International Medical Corps </DD><DT>IMCO</DT><DD>Intergovernmental Maritime Consultative Organization </DD><DT>IMD</DT><DD>Intelligence Management Document </DD><DT>IMEF</DT><DD>First Marine Expeditionary Force </DD><DT>IMET</DT><DD>(1) International Military Education and Training; (2) Integrated Management Evaluation Team </DD><DT>IMETS</DT><DD>Integrated Meteorological System </DD><DT>IMF</DT><DD>International Monetary Fund </DD><DT>IMINT</DT><DD>Imagery Intelligence </DD><DT>IMIS</DT><DD>(1) Intelligence Management Information System; (2) Integrated Management Information System </DD><DT>IMLETT</DT><DD>International Maritime Law Enforcement Training Team </DD><DT>IMMP</DT><DD>Information Management Master Plan </DD><DT>IMNET</DT><DD>Imagery Network </DD><DT>IMOM</DT><DD>Intelligence Many-on-Many </DD><DT>IMOC</DT><DD>International Maritime Officer Course </DD><DT>IMP</DT><DD>(1) Interface Message Processor; (2) Input Message Processor; (3) Image Product; (4) Information Management Program </DD><DT>IMPs</DT><DD>Imagery Products </DD><DT>IMS</DT><DD>International Military Staff (NATO) </DD><DT>IMSAT</DT><DD>Imagery Satellite </DD><DT>IMSE</DT><DD>Imagery Management Support Element </DD><DT>IMSO</DT><DD>International Maritime Satellite Organization </DD><DT>IMTT</DT><DD>Intelligence Mobile Training Team </DD><DT>IN</DT><DD>(1) International Negotiations; (2) Intelligence; (3) Infantry; (4) Director of Intelligence (Air Force Component) (also A2) </DD><DT>INA</DT><DD>Information Not Available </DD><DT>INCA</DT><DD>(1) Intelligence Communications Architecture; (2) Integrated Nuclear Communications Assessment </DD><DT>INCOLLNOM</DT><DD>Intelligence Collection Requirement Nomination </DD><DT>INCOMNET</DT><DD>Intratheater Intelligence Communications Network </DD><DT>INCSEA</DT><DD>Incidents at Sea </DD><DT>INDICOM</DT><DD>(1) Indications Communication Network; (2) Indications and Warning Communications </DD><DT>INDICOMM</DT><DD>Indications Intelligence Communications </DD><DT>INEWS</DT><DD>Integrated Electronic Warfare System </DD><DT>inf</DT><DD>Infantry </DD><DT>INF</DT><DD>Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces </DD><DT>INFIL</DT><DD>Infiltration </DD><DT>INFLIGHTREP</DT><DD>Inflight Reports </DD><DT>INFLTRPT</DT><DD>Inflight Reports </DD><DT>INFO</DT><DD>Information </DD><DT>INFOSEC</DT><DD>(1) Information Security; (2) Information Systems Security </DD><DT>INGO</DT><DD>International Nongovernmental Organizations </DD><DT>INI</DT><DD>Initiation </DD><DT>INL</DT><DD>International Narcotics and Law </DD><DT>INMARSAT</DT><DD>International Maritime Satellite </DD><DT>INMS</DT><DD>Integrated Network Management System </DD><DT>INR</DT><DD>Bureau of Intelligence and Research (State Department) </DD><DT>INS</DT><DD>(1) Inertial Navigation System; (2) Immigration and Naturalization Service </DD><DT>INSAT</DT><DD>Indian Satellite </DD><DT>INSICOM</DT><DD>Integrated Special Intelligence Communications </DD><DT>INSCOM</DT><DD>U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command </DD><DT>INST</DT><DD>Instruction </DD><DT>INSTA</DT><DD>Automated Installations File (DIAOLS) </DD><DT>INSTAL</DT><DD>Installation </DD><DT>instl</DT><DD>Installation </DD><DT>INSUM</DT><DD>Intelligence Summary </DD><DT>INT/INTEL</DT><DD>Intelligence </DD><DT>INTACS</DT><DD>(1) Integrated Tactical Communications System; (2) Integrated Tactical Communications Study </DD><DT>INTCP</DT><DD>Intercept </DD><DT>INTEL</DT><DD>Intelligence </DD><DT>INTELCAST</DT><DD>Intelligence Broadcast </DD><DT>INTELCOM</DT><DD>Worldwide Intelligence Communication </DD><DT>INTELDATA</DT><DD>Intelligence Data </DD><DT>INTELINK</DT><DD>Proper Name of System </DD><DT>INTELSAT</DT><DD>International Telecommunications Satellite Organization </DD><DT>Intelink</DT><DD>Command server/client system that allows secure SCI connectivity to all commands on the network, and access to available files without additional log-on. </DD><DT>INTELNET</DT><DD>Intelligence Network </DD><DT>Internet</DT><DD>International Network </DD><DT>INTI</DT><DD>CI database </DD><DT>intg</DT><DD>Interrogation </DD><DT>INTRA</DT><DD>International Travel by Selected Foreign Officials </DD><DT>Intranet</DT><DD>Internet with local scope </DD><DT>INTREP</DT><DD>Intelligence Report </DD><DT>INREQ</DT><DD>Intelligence Request </DD><DT>INTSUM</DT><DD>Intelligence Summary </DD><DT>INUT</DT><DD>Indian Nuclear Underground Test </DD><DT>IO</DT><DD>(1) Indian Ocean; (2) Intelligence Officer; (3) Information Objectives; (4) Intelligence Objective; (5) Intelligence Operations (Division); (6) Information Operations; (7) Information Objectives </DD><DT>I/O</DT><DD>Input/Output </DD><DT>IOA</DT><DD>Indian Ocean Area </DD><DT>IOB</DT><DD>Intelligence Oversight Board </DD><DT>IOC</DT><DD>(1) Initial Operational Capability; (2) Intelligence Operations Center </DD><DT>IOCTL</DT><DD>Indian Ocean Conventional Target List </DD><DT>IOD</DT><DD>Intelligence Operations Division (USEUCOM) </DD><DT>IOF</DT><DD>Intelligence Operations Facility </DD><DT>IOIC</DT><DD>Integrated Operational Intelligence Center </DD><DT>IOM</DT><DD>Input/Output Module </DD><DT>IOMDWG</DT><DD>Interagency Offensive Missile Deployment Working Group </DD><DT>IONDS</DT><DD>Integrated Operational Nuclear Detection System </DD><DT>IOR</DT><DD>Individualized Operational Ration </DD><DT>IONDS</DT><DD>Integrated Operational Nuclear Detection System </DD><DT>IOS</DT><DD>(1) Intelligence Operations Specialist; (2) International Organization for Standards </DD><DT>IOSS</DT><DD>(1) Integrated Operational Support Study; (2) Intelligence Organization Stationing Study </DD><DT>IOT&E</DT><DD>Initial Operational Test and Evaluation </DD><DT>IP</DT><DD>(1) Initial Point; (2) Imagery Processing; (3) Intelligence Problem; (4) Instrumentation Point; (5) Immediate Permanent Incapacitation Dose; (6) Internet Protocol </DD><DT>IP/MP</DT><DD>Inphase/Midphase </DD><DT>IPA</DT><DD>(1) Intelligence Production Activity; (2) Imagery Product Archive </DD><DT>IPAT</DT><DD>Intelligence Planning/Programming Analysis Tool </DD><DT>IPB</DT><DD>Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield/Battlespace </DD><DT>IPC</DT><DD>(1) Industrial Planning Committee; (2) Intelligence Producersé─˘ Council; (3) Intelligence Production Center </DD><DT>IPCP</DT><DD>Intelligence Production Campaign Plan </DD><DT>IPCS</DT><DD>Intelligence Producers Council Staff </DD><DT>IPD</DT><DD>(1) Intelligence Planning Document; (2) Intelligence Plans </DD><DT>Division</DT><DD>(USEUCOM); (3) Intelligence Production Division </DD><DT>IPDB</DT><DD>Intelligence Production Data Base </DD><DT>IPDS</DT><DD>Imagery Processing and Dissemination System </DD><DT>IPE</DT><DD>Intelligence Production Element </DD><DT>IPF</DT><DD>(1) Integrated Processing Facility; (2) Intelligence Processing Facility (Guardrail) </DD><DT>IPG</DT><DD>Implementation Planning Group </DD><DT>IPIR</DT><DD>(1) Immediate Photo Interpretation Report; (2) Initial Photographic Interpretation Report; (3) Initial Programmed Interpretation Report; (4) Initial Phase Interpretation Report </DD><DT>IPR</DT><DD>Integrated Personal Armor </DD><DT>IPIX</DT><DD>Interface Processor for Imagery Exchange </DD><DT>IPM</DT><DD>(1) Interface Processor for Imagery Exchange; (2) Intelligence Programs Management </DD><DT>IPMA</DT><DD>Intelligence Production Management Activity </DD><DT>IPMO</DT><DD>Intelligence Program Management Office </DD><DT>IPL</DT><DD>Integrated Priority List </DD><DT>IPM</DT><DD>Interpersonal Messaging </DD><DT>IPOIC</DT><DD>Interagency Prisoner of War Ad Hoc Committee </DD><DT>IPOM</DT><DD>Intelligence Program Objective Memorandum </DD><DT>IPP</DT><DD>(1) Intelligence Producer Profile; (2) Impact Point Prediction </DD><DT>IPR</DT><DD>(1) Intelligence Production Requirement; (2) In Process Review; (3) Impulse Response; (4) Internet Protocol Route </DD><DT>IPRG</DT><DD>(1) Intelligence Priorities Review Group; (2) Intelligence Program Review Board </DD><DT>IPS</DT><DD>(1) Integrated Program Summary; (2) Intelligence Production System; (3) Imagery Processing Segment (CARS); (4) Intelligence Production Section; (5) Instructions Per Second; (6) Imagery Processing System </DD><DT>IPSC</DT><DD>Information Processing Standards for Computers </DD><DT>IPSG</DT><DD>Intelligence Program Support Group (now CISA) </DD><DT>IPSO</DT><DD>Internet Protocol Security Option </DD><DT>IPSP</DT><DD>Intelligence Priorities for Strategic Planning </DD><DT>IPT</DT><DD>Integrated Product Team </DD><DT>IPU</DT><DD>Inter-Parliamentary Union </DD><DT>IPW</DT><DD>Interrogation of Prisoners of War </DD><DT>IPWG</DT><DD>Intelligence Priorities Working Group </DD><DT>IPX</DT><DD>Internet Packet Exchange </DD><DT>IR</DT><DD>(1) Infrared; (2) Intelligence Information Report; (3) Illumination Rate; (4) Impulse Response; (5) Information Requirement; (6) Intelligence Requirement; (7) Initial Radiation; (8) Induced Radiation; (9) Information Ratio </DD><DT>I2R</DT><DD>Imaging Infrared </DD><DT>IRA</DT><DD>Intelligence-Related Activities </DD><DT>IRAC</DT><DD>Interdepartmental Radio Advisory Committee </DD><DT>IRBM</DT><DD>Intermediate-Range Ballistic Missile </DD><DT>IRC</DT><DD>(1) International Red Cross; (2) International Rescue Committee </DD><DT>IRCM</DT><DD>Infrared Countermeasures </DD><DT>IRCS</DT><DD>Improved Radar Calibration System </DD><DT>IR&D</DT><DD>Independent Research & Development </DD><DT>IRD</DT><DD>(1) Independent Research & Development; (2) Intelligence </DD><DT>Resources</DT><DD>Division; (3) Intelligence Reserve Detachment </DD><DT>IRDB</DT><DD>Integrated Requirements Data Base </DD><DT>IRDC</DT><DD>Intelligence Research and Development Council </DD><DT>IRDHS</DT><DD>Imagery-Related Data Handling System (see AIRES) </DD><DT>IREMBASS</DT><DD>Improved Remotely Monitored Battlefield Surveillance System </DD><DT>IRDS</DT><DD>Infrared Detection System </DD><DT>IREMBASS</DT><DD>Improved-Remotely Monitored Battlefield Sensor System </DD><DT>IREPS</DT><DD>Integrated Refractive Effects Prediction System </DD><DT>IRF</DT><DD>(1) Imagery Readiness Facility; (2) Intelligence Readiness Facility </DD><DT>IRG</DT><DD>Interdepartmental Regional Group </DD><DT>IRGM</DT><DD>Infrared Guidance Module </DD><DT>IRINT</DT><DD>Infrared Intelligence </DD><DT>IRIS</DT><DD>Infrared Imaging System </DD><DT>IRISA</DT><DD>Imagery Report Index Summary </DD><DT>IRISF</DT><DD>Intelligence Report Index Summary File </DD><DT>IRK</DT><DD>Interswitch Rekeying Key </DD><DT>IRLS</DT><DD>Infrared Line Scanner </DD><DT>IRM</DT><DD>(1) Intelligence Requirements Management; (2) Information Resource Management </DD><DT>IRMS</DT><DD>Imagery Requirements Management System </DD><DT>IROF</DT><DD>Imagery Reconnaissance Objectives File </DD><DT>IROL</DT><DD>Imagery Reconnaissance Objectives List </DD><DT>IROP</DT><DD>(1) Imagery Reconnaissance Objectives Plan; (2) Infrared Optical Intelligence; (3) Imagery Requirements Objectives Program </DD><DT>IRPG</DT><DD>Installation Reference Points Graphics </DD><DT>IRPIA</DT><DD>Intelligence Information Report Photo Index </DD><DT>IRR</DT><DD>(1) Individual Ready Reserve; (2) Intelligence Requirement Request; (3) Intelligence Readiness Report </DD><DT>IRS</DT><DD>(1) Intelligence Research Specialist; (2) Internal Revenue Service; (3) Interface Requirements Specification; (4) Intelligence Requirements Subcommittee </DD><DT>IRSCOM</DT><DD>Imagery Requirements Subcommittee </DD><DT>IS</DT><DD>(1) Information Systems; (2) Intelligence Specialists; (3) Intelligence Squadron </DD><DT>I&S</DT><DD>(1) Intelligence and Security; (2) Intelligence and Surveillance </DD><DT>ISA</DT><DD>(1) International Security Affairs; (2) Interservice Support Agreement; (3) Intelligence Support Activity; (4) Integration </DD><DT>Support</DT><DD>Activity; (5) International Support Agreement </DD><DT>ISAF</DT><DD>Israeli Air Force </DD><DT>ISAR</DT><DD>Inverse Synthetic Aperture Radar </DD><DT>ISARC</DT><DD>Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Cell </DD><DT>ISB</DT><DD>(1) Initial Staging Base; (2) Intermediate Staging Base; (3) Intelligence Systems Board; (4) Intelligence Support Base </DD><DT>ISC</DT><DD>(1) Information Systems Command; (2) Information Science Center; (3) Intelligence Support Cell </DD><DT>ISCO</DT><DD>Intelligence Support to Combined Operations </DD><DT>ISC/SC</DT><DD>Intelligence Specialist Chief/Senior Chief </DD><DT>ISD</DT><DD>(1) Intelligence Support Detachment; (2) Intelligence Security Division; (3) Intelligence Support Division </DD><DT>ISDB</DT><DD>Integrated Satellite Data Base </DD><DT>ISDN</DT><DD>(1) Integrated Services Data Network; (2) Intelligence Services </DD><DT>Digital</DT><DD>Network ISEIntelligence Support Element </DD><DT>ISEMS</DT><DD>Improved Spectrum Efficiency Modeling and Simulation </DD><DT>ISEW</DT><DD>Intelligence, Security, and Electronic Warfare </DD><DT>ISF</DT><DD>Intelligence Support Facility (U.S. Navy) </DD><DT>ISG</DT><DD>Intelligence Support Group (U.S. Navy) </DD><DT>ISHMRS</DT><DD>Improved SOF High Frequency Manpack Radio System </DD><DT>ISIC</DT><DD>Intelligence Support and Indications Center </DD><DT>ISID</DT><DD>Interim Secondary Imagery Dissemination System </DD><DT>ISIDS</DT><DD>Improved SIDS </DD><DT>ISINT</DT><DD>Instrumentation Signals Intelligence </DD><DT>ISIP</DT><DD>Intelligence Support Interface Program </DD><DT>ISIS</DT><DD>(1) Integrated Signals Intelligence System; (2) Interim SOCOM Intelligence Threat Data System </DD><DT>ISLES</DT><DD>Information Systems for Law Enforcement Support </DD><DT>ISM</DT><DD>Industrial Security Manual </DD><DT>ISMB</DT><DD>Intelligence Systems Management Board </DD><DT>ISO</DT><DD>(1) Information Systems Office; (2) International Standards Organization </DD><DT>ISOFAC</DT><DD>Isolation Facility </DD><DT>ISOPREP</DT><DD>Isolated Personnel Report </DD><DT>ISOS</DT><DD>Intelligence System of Systems </DD><DT>ISP</DT><DD>(1) Intelligence Support Plan; (2) Industrial Security Program; (3) Intelligence Support Processor; (4) Integrated Survey Program; (5) Intelligence Survey Program </DD><DT>ISP</DT><DD>DCS Integrated Survey Program Data Collection System </DD><DT>ISP</DT><DD>CPE Integrated Survey Program Central Production Element </DD><DT>ISPER</DT><DD>IPAC Special Reports </DD><DT>ISPO</DT><DD>Intelligence Support Program Office </DD><DT>ISPR</DT><DD>Information Systems Processing Request </DD><DT>ISPS</DT><DD>(1) ISP Server; (2) Improved SOF Power Sources </DD><DT>ISPT</DT><DD>Intelligence Support Processor Tool </DD><DT>ISR</DT><DD>(1) Imagery Support Requirement; (2) Inter-Agency Source Registry; (3) Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance </DD><DT>ISRD</DT><DD>Information Systems Requirement Document </DD><DT>ISS</DT><DD>(1) Intelligence Support System; (2) Intelligence Support Subsystem; (3) Intelligence Support Staff; (4) Information Security System; (5) Information Systems Security </DD><DT>I&SS</DT><DD>Intelligence and Security Service </DD><DT>ISSA</DT><DD>(1) Information Systems Support Activity; (2) Inter-service Support Agreement </DD><DT>ISSM</DT><DD>Information Systems Security Manager </DD><DT>ISSO</DT><DD>(1) Information Systems Security Officer; (2) Intelligence Systems Support Office </DD><DT>ISST</DT><DD>ICBM SHF Satellite Terminal </DD><DT>IST</DT><DD>(1) Imagery Support Terminal; (2) Intelligence Support Team; (3) Intelligence System Team </DD><DT>ISTA</DT><DD>Intelligence, Surveillance, Target Acquisition </DD><DT>ISWG</DT><DD>Intelligence Support Working Group </DD><DT>ISYSCON</DT><DD>Integrated System Control </DD><DT>IT</DT><DD>Immediate Transient Incapacitation Dose </DD><DT>ITA</DT><DD>(1) Intelligence Terrain Analyzer; (2) International Telegraph Alphabet </DD><DT>ITAAS</DT><DD>Intelligence Training Army Area Schools </DD><DT>ITAC</DT><DD>(1) Intelligence and Threat Analysis Center (U.S. Army); (2) Intelligence Tracking Analysis and Correlation </DD><DT>ITACIES</DT><DD>Interim Tactical Imagery Exploitation System (U.S. Army) </DD><DT>ITACS</DT><DD>Integrated Tactical Air Control System </DD><DT>ITAR</DT><DD>International Traffic in Arms Regulations </DD><DT>ITAS</DT><DD>Improved Target Acquisition System </DD><DT>ITC</DT><DD>Interagency Training Center </DD><DT>ITCT</DT><DD>Improved Tactical Commanderé─˘s Terminal </DD><DT>ITD</DT><DD>(1) Interim Terrain Data; (2) Individual Training Directorate; (3) International Training Division </DD><DT>ITDB</DT><DD>Intercept Tasking Data Base </DD><DT>ITDN</DT><DD>Integrated Tactical Data Network </DD><DT>ITEP</DT><DD>(1) Interim Tactical ELINT Processor (U.S. Army); (2) Integrated Threat Evaluation Program </DD><DT>ITF</DT><DD>Intelligence Task Force </DD><DT>ITFN</DT><DD>Intra-Task Force Network </DD><DT>ITG</DT><DD>Interdiction Target Graphic </DD><DT>ITIBS</DT><DD>Improved TIBS </DD><DT>ITIC-PAC</DT><DD>INSCOM Theater Intelligence Center-Pacific </DD><DT>ITII</DT><DD>Internal-to-Internal Interface </DD><DT>ITL</DT><DD>Interagency Telephone Laboratory </DD><DT>ITO</DT><DD>(1) International Trade Organization; (2) Integrated Tasking Order </DD><DT>ITOC</DT><DD>Interrogation Translation Operations Center </DD><DT>ITP</DT><DD>(1) Intelligence Town Plan; (2) Interrogation/Translation Platoon </DD><DT>ITS</DT><DD>Imagery Transmission System </DD><DT>ITSS</DT><DD>Integrated Tactical Surveillance System </DD><DT>ITT</DT><DD>Interrogator Translator Team </DD><DT>ITU</DT><DD>(1) Interrogator-Translator Unit; (2) International Telecommunications Union </DD><DT>ITUT</DT><DD>Interim Tactical Users Terminal </DD><DT>ITW</DT><DD>(1) International Targeting Workstation; (2) Integrated Threat Warning </DD><DT>ITW&AA</DT><DD>Integrated Tactical Warning and Attack Assessment </DD><DT>IU</DT><DD>(1) Interface Unit; (2) Image Understanding </DD><DT>lUG</DT><DD>Intelligence Usersé─˘ Guide </DD><DT>IUS</DT><DD>Inertial Upper Stage </DD><DT>IUSS</DT><DD>Integrated Undersea Surveillance System </DD><DT>IVAN</DT><DD>Intelligence Van </DD><DT>IVCS</DT><DD>Integrated Vehicle Communications System </DD><DT>IVD</DT><DD>Interactive Video Disk </DD><DT>IVIS</DT><DD>Inter-Vehicle Information System </DD><DT>IVSN</DT><DD>Initial Voice Switched Network </DD><DT>IW</DT><DD>(1) Information Warfare; (2) Intelligence Wing </DD><DT>I&W</DT><DD>(1) Indications and Warning; (2) Intelligence & Warning </DD><DT>IWC</DT><DD>Information Warfare Center </DD><DT>IWD</DT><DD>Intermediate Water Depth </DD><DT>IWG</DT><DD>Intelligence Working Group </DD><DT>IWO</DT><DD>Intelligence Watch Officer </DD><DT>IWS</DT><DD>(1) Intelligence Work Station; (2) Information Warfare Squadron </DD><DT>IWSDB</DT><DD>Integrated Weapon System Data Base </DD><DT>IWST</DT><DD>Information Warfare Support Team </DD><DT>IWT</DT><DD>Intelligence Watch Team </DD><DT>IWTS</DT><DD>Indications and Warning Training System </DD><DT>IWW</DT><DD>Inland Waterway </DD><DT>IX</DT><DD>Unclassified Miscellaneous Ship </DD></DL>J

<DL><DT>J3</DT><DD>Director(ate) of Operations </DD><DT>J4</DT><DD>Logistics Directorate </DD><DT>J5</DT><DD>Director(ate) of Plans, Policy, and Programs </DD><DT>J6</DT><DD>(1) Director(ate) of Command, Control, Communications; (2) Director(ate) of Command, Control, Communications, and </DD><DT>Computer</DT><DD>Systems </DD><DT>J7</DT><DD>Joint Operational Plans Staff </DD><DT>J8</DT><DD>Director(ate) of Resource Management </DD><DT>JA</DT><DD>Judge Advocate (General) </DD><DT>JAADS</DT><DD>Joint Allied Air Defense System </DD><DT>JAAT</DT><DD>Joint Air Attack Team </DD><DT>JAC</DT><DD>Joint Analysis Center </DD><DT>JACC/CP</DT><DD>Joint Airborne Communications Center/Command Post </DD><DT>JAD</DT><DD>Joint Assessment Data </DD><DT>JAEIC</DT><DD>Joint Atomic Energy Intelligence Committee </DD><DT>JAG</DT><DD>Judge Advocate General </DD><DT>JAI</DT><DD>Joint Administrative Instruction </DD><DT>JAIEG</DT><DD>Joint Atomic Information Exchange Group </DD><DT>JAIS</DT><DD>Japan Air Intelligence System </DD><DT>JAIS-PAC</DT><DD>Joint Area Information system-USPACOM </DD><DT>JAMIP</DT><DD>Joint Analytic Model Improvement Program </DD><DT>JAN</DT><DD>Joint Army-Navy </DD><DT>JANAF</DT><DD>Joint Army, Navy, Air Force Publication </DD><DT>JANAP</DT><DD>Joint Army/Navy Publication </DD><DT>JAO</DT><DD>Joint Area of Operations </DD><DT>JAOC</DT><DD>Joint Air Operations Center </DD><DT>JAOP</DT><DD>Joint Air Operations Plan </DD><DT>JAPC</DT><DD>Joint Attrition and Penetration Committee </DD><DT>JAR</DT><DD>JIC Analysis Report </DD><DT>JARCC</DT><DD>Joint Air Reconnaissance Control Center </DD><DT>JARIC</DT><DD>(1) Joint Aerial Reconnaissance Intelligence Center; (2) Joint Air Reconnaissance Interpretation Center (UK) </DD><DT>JAROC</DT><DD>(B) Joint Allied Refugee Operations Center (Berlin) </DD><DT>JARP</DT><DD>Joint Aerospace Reserve Program </DD><DT>JASDF</DT><DD>Japanese Air Self-Defense Forces </DD><DT>JASORS</DT><DD>Joint Advanced Special Operations Radio System </DD><DT>JASPO</DT><DD>Joint Airborne SIGINT Program Office </DD><DT>JASS</DT><DD>Joint Airborne SIGINT System </DD><DT>JAST</DT><DD>Joint Advanced Strike Technology Program </DD><DT>JATCCCS</DT><DD>Joint Advanced Tactical C3 System </DD><DT>JAWS</DT><DD>(1) Joint Analytical Workstation; (2) Joint Advanced Weapons System; (3) JDISS-Army Workstation </DD><DT>JBS</DT><DD>(1) Joint Base Station; (2) Joint Broadcast Service </DD><DT>J2C</DT><DD>CIA Liaison </DD><DT>JC2WC</DT><DD>Joint C2 Warfare Center </DD><DT>JCAT</DT><DD>(1) Joint Crisis Action Team; (2) Joint Crisis Analysis Tool </DD><DT>JCC</DT><DD>Joint Coordination Center </DD><DT>JCCC</DT><DD>Joint Communications Control Center </DD><DT>JCCOC</DT><DD>Joint Communications & Control Operational Concept </DD><DT>JCCWC</DT><DD>Joint Command and Control Warfare Center </DD><DT>JCET</DT><DD>Joint/Combined Exercises for Training </DD><DT>JCEOI</DT><DD>Joint CEOI </DD><DT>JCF</DT><DD>Joint Communications Facility </DD><DT>JCISB</DT><DD>Joint Counterintelligence Support Branch </DD><DT>JCISOC</DT><DD>Joint CI Staff Officeré─˘s Course </DD><DT>JCMB</DT><DD>Joint Collection Managers Board </DD><DT>JCMC</DT><DD>(1) Joint Crisis Management Capability; (2) Joint Crisis Management Center </DD><DT>JCMEC</DT><DD>Joint Captured Materiel Exploitation Center </DD><DT>JCMO</DT><DD>Joint Collection Management Office </DD><DT>JCMOTF</DT><DD>Joint Civil Military Operations Task Force </DD><DT>JCMPO</DT><DD>Joint Cruise Missile Project Office </DD><DT>JCMST</DT><DD>Joint Collection Management Support Tool (renamed JCMT) </DD><DT>JCMT</DT><DD>Joint Collection Management Tool </DD><DT>JCNJSIC</DT><DD>Center Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Base (CMAFB) Node </DD><DT>JCNICC</DT><DD>Joint Counternarcotics Intelligence Coordination Center </DD><DT>JCP</DT><DD>Joint Congressional Committee on Printing </DD><DT>JCPES</DT><DD>Joint Chiefs Planning and Execution System </DD><DT>JCPX</DT><DD>Joint Command Post Exercise </DD><DT>JCRC</DT><DD>Joint Casualty Resolution Center </DD><DT>JCS</DT><DD>Joint Chiefs of Staff </DD><DT>JCSAN</DT><DD>JCS Alert Network </DD><DT>JCSAR</DT><DD>Joint Combat Search and Rescue </DD><DT>JCSE</DT><DD>(1) Joint Communications Support Element; (2) Joint Contingency Support Element </DD><DT>JCSM</DT><DD>Joint Chiefs of Staff Memorandum </DD><DT>JCSS</DT><DD>(1) Japan Combat Support System; (2) Joint Communications Support Squadron </DD><DT>JCTG-ME</DT><DD>Joint Technical Coordinating Group for Munitions Effectiveness </DD><DT>J2D</DT><DD>DIA Liaison </DD><DT>JDA</DT><DD>(1) Joint Deployment Agency; (2) Japan Defense Agency; (3) Joint Duty Assignment </DD><DT>JDAC</DT><DD>Joint District Area Command </DD><DT>JDAL</DT><DD>Joint Duty Assignment List </DD><DT>JDAM</DT><DD>Joint Direct Attack Munition </DD><DT>JDC</DT><DD>Joint Debriefing Center </DD><DT>J-DEC</DT><DD>JICPAC-Detachment Japan </DD><DT>JDEC</DT><DD>Joint Document Exploitation Center </DD><DT>JDF</DT><DD>Joint Development Facility </DD><DT>JDGW</DT><DD>Joint Digital Geopositioning Workstation </DD><DT>JDIA</DT><DD>Joint Digital Intelligence Assessment </DD><DT>JDIPC</DT><DD>Joint Deployable Imagery Production Center </DD><DT>JDISS</DT><DD>(1) Joint Deployable Intelligence Support System; (2) Joint Defense Intelligence Support Services </DD><DT>JDISS-C</DT><DD>Joint Deployable Intelligence Support System-CENTCOM </DD><DT>JDISS-E</DT><DD>JDISS-EUCOM </DD><DT>JDISS-S</DT><DD>Joint Deployable Intelligence Support System-SOCOM or </DD><DT>SOCRATES</DT><DD></DD><DT>JDIVS</DT><DD>Joint Deployable Intelligence Video/Data System </DD><DT>JDMAG</DT><DD>Joint Deployable Maintenance Analysis Group </DD><DT>JDS</DT><DD>Joint Deployment System </DD><DT>JDSS</DT><DD>Joint Decision Support System </DD><DT>JDSIR</DT><DD>Joint Deployment System Incident Reporting System </DD><DT>JDSSC</DT><DD>Joint Data System Support Center </DD><DT>JEAP</DT><DD>(1) Joint Electronic Analysis Program; (2) Joint Electronic Analysis Position </DD><DT>JEC</DT><DD>Joint Economic Committee </DD><DT>JECC(G)</DT><DD>Joint Exercise Control Center (Group) </DD><DT>JECG</DT><DD>Joint Exercise Control Group </DD><DT>JECM</DT><DD>Joint Electronic Countermeasures </DD><DT>JEEP</DT><DD>Joint Emergency Evacuation Plan </DD><DT>JEIO</DT><DD>Joint Engineering and Interoperability Organization </DD><DT>JEFPROS</DT><DD>JAC EUCOM Force Protection Summary </DD><DT>JEIR</DT><DD>JAC EUCOM Intelligence Review </DD><DT>JEL</DT><DD>Joint Electronic Library </DD><DT>JEM</DT><DD>Joint Exercise Manual </DD><DT>JES</DT><DD>JDISS Embedded Support </DD><DT>JESS</DT><DD>Joint Exercise Support System </DD><DT>JET</DT><DD>JWICS Earth Terminal </DD><DT>JETDS</DT><DD>Joint Electronics Designation System </DD><DT>JEWC</DT><DD>Joint Electronic Warfare Center </DD><DT>JFACC</DT><DD>Joint Force Air Component Commander </DD><DT>JFC</DT><DD>(1) Joint Fusion Center; (2) Joint Force Commander </DD><DT>JFFC</DT><DD>Joint Force Fires Coordinator </DD><DT>JFFSC</DT><DD>Joint Force Fire Support Coordinator </DD><DT>JFI</DT><DD>Joint Force Integrator </DD><DT>JFIC</DT><DD>Joint Force Interdiction Coordinator </DD><DT>JFITL</DT><DD>Joint Force Integrator Task List </DD><DT>JFK</DT><DD>CTRMA John F. Kennedy Center for Military Assistance </DD><DT>JFLCC</DT><DD>Joint Force Land Component Commander </DD><DT>JLOTS</DT><DD>Joint Logistics Over the Shore </DD><DT>JFM</DT><DD>Joint Force Memorandum </DD><DT>JFMCC</DT><DD>Joint Force Maritime Component Commander </DD><DT>JFMO</DT><DD>Joint Frequency Management Office </DD><DT>JFSOCC</DT><DD>Joint Force Special Operations Component Commander </DD><DT>JGITSS</DT><DD>Joint General Intelligence Training System Subarchitecture </DD><DT>JGSDF</DT><DD>Japanese Ground Self-Defense Forces </DD><DT>JIATF</DT><DD>Joint InterAgency Task Force </DD><DT>JIATF-E</DT><DD>Joint InterAgency Task Force - East </DD><DT>JIATF-W</DT><DD>Joint InterAgency Task Force - West </DD><DT>JIB</DT><DD>Joint Intelligence Bureau (Commonwealth Countries) </DD><DT>JIC</DT><DD>(1) Joint Intelligence Center; (2) Joint Interrogation Center; (3) Joint Intelligence Cell </DD><DT>JIC-E</DT><DD>Joint Intelligence Center-Europe </DD><DT>JIC-SOUTH</DT><DD>Joint Intelligence Center-U.S. SOUTHCOM </DD><DT>JIC-2000</DT><DD>Designation of JICSOUTH upon movement to CONUS </DD><DT>JICEUR</DT><DD>Joint Intelligence Center Europe </DD><DT>JICPAC</DT><DD>Joint Intelligence Center Pacific </DD><DT>JICREP</DT><DD>Joint Intelligence Center Report </DD><DT>JICTRANS</DT><DD>Joint Intelligence Center for Transportation </DD><DT>JIEO</DT><DD>Joint Interoperability Engineering Organization (DISA) </DD><DT>JIEP</DT><DD>Joint Intelligence Estimate for Planning </DD><DT>JIF</DT><DD>Joint Interrogation Facility </DD><DT>JIFF</DT><DD>Joint Interdiction of Follow-on Forces </DD><DT>JIIKS</DT><DD>Joint Imagery Interpretation Key Structure </DD><DT>JIIM</DT><DD>Joint Intelligence Information Management </DD><DT>JILE</DT><DD>Joint Intelligence Liaison Element </DD><DT>JIM</DT><DD>JESS Intelligence Model </DD><DT>JINTACCS</DT><DD>Joint Interoperability of Tactical Command and Control Systems </DD><DT>JINTC</DT><DD>Joint Intelligence Task Force </DD><DT>JIO</DT><DD>Joint Intelligence Organization </DD><DT>JIOC</DT><DD>Joint Intelligence Operations Center </DD><DT>JIPC</DT><DD>Joint Imagery Production Center </DD><DT>JIPTL</DT><DD>Joint Integrated Prioritized Target List </DD><DT>JISA</DT><DD>Joint Intelligence Support Architecture </DD><DT>JISAD</DT><DD>JTF Intelligence Support Architecture Document </DD><DT>JISC</DT><DD>(1) Joint Intelligence Support Center; (2) Joint Intelligence Support Concept </DD><DT>JISE</DT><DD>Joint Intelligence Support Element </DD><DT>JISI</DT><DD>Joint Intelligence System Integration </DD><DT>JISS</DT><DD>Japan Intelligence Support System </DD><DT>JITAP</DT><DD>Joint Intelligence Training Activity Pacific </DD><DT>JITC</DT><DD>Joint Interoperability Test Center (DISA) </DD><DT>JITF</DT><DD>Joint Integration Testing Facility </DD><DT>JIVA</DT><DD>Joint Intelligence Virtual Architecture </DD><DT>JLA</DT><DD>Joint Logistics Assessment </DD><DT>JLARG</DT><DD>Joint Logistics Assessment Review Group </DD><DT>JL-COE</DT><DD>Joint Logistics Center of Excellence </DD><DT>JLD</DT><DD>Joint Liaison Detachment </DD><DT>JLE</DT><DD>Jammer Locator Electronics </DD><DT>JLMIS</DT><DD>Joint Logistics Management Information System </DD><DT>JLOTS</DT><DD>Joint Logistics Over the Shore </DD><DT>JLPPG</DT><DD>Joint Logistics and Personnel Policy and Guidance </DD><DT>JLRC</DT><DD>Joint Logistics Readiness Center </DD><DT>J4/LRC</DT><DD>Joint Logistics Readiness Center </DD><DT>JLREID</DT><DD>Joint Long-Range Estimating Intelligence Document (JSPS) </DD><DT>JLRSA</DT><DD>Joint Long-Range Strategic Appraisal </DD><DT>JLSP</DT><DD>Joint Logistics Steering Panel </DD><DT>JM</DT><DD>Joint Mission </DD><DT>JMA</DT><DD>(1) Joint Mobilization Augmentation; (2) Joint Mission Analysis </DD><DT>JMAT</DT><DD>Joint Mobility Assistance Team </DD><DT>JMC</DT><DD>Joint Movement Center </DD><DT>JMCC</DT><DD>(1) Joint MC&G Coordination Center; (2) Joint Mobile Command Center </DD><DT>JMCIS</DT><DD>Joint Maritime Command Information System </DD><DT>JMEM</DT><DD>Joint Munitions Effectiveness Manual </DD><DT>JMENS</DT><DD>Joint Mission Element Needs Statement </DD><DT>JMETL</DT><DD>(1) Joint Mission Essential Target List; (2) Joint Mission Essential Task List </DD><DT>JMI</DT><DD>JTIDS Modular AOC Integration System </DD><DT>JMIC</DT><DD>Joint Military Intelligence College </DD><DT>JMICS</DT><DD>JWICS Mobile Integrated Communications System </DD><DT>JMIE</DT><DD>Joint Maritime Information Element </DD><DT>JMIE/JEM</DT><DD>JMIE Support System and Modernization </DD><DT>JMINI</DT><DD>Joint UHF MILSATCOM Network Integrated </DD><DT>JMIP</DT><DD>Joint Military Intelligence Program </DD><DT>JMISE</DT><DD>Joint Military Intelligence Support Element </DD><DT>JMITC</DT><DD>Joint Military Intelligence Training Center </DD><DT>JMNS</DT><DD>Joint Mission Needs Statement </DD><DT>JMO</DT><DD>Joint Management Office </DD><DT>JMOCC</DT><DD>Joint Mobile Operations Command Center </DD><DT>JMP</DT><DD>(1) Joint Manpower Program; (2) Joint Mobilization Program </DD><DT>JMPAB</DT><DD>Joint Material Priorities Allocation Board </DD><DT>JMPP</DT><DD>Joint Munitions Production Panel </DD><DT>JMRR</DT><DD>Joint Military Readiness Review </DD><DT>JMSDF</DT><DD>Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force </DD><DT>JMSIP</DT><DD>Joint Modeling and Simulation Integration Program </DD><DT>JMSNS</DT><DD>Justification for Major System New Start </DD><DT>JMST</DT><DD>Joint Management Support Tool </DD><DT>JMTB</DT><DD>Joint Military Transportation Board </DD><DT>JMTG</DT><DD>(1) Joint Military Terminology Group; (2) Joint Master Training Guide </DD><DT>JMTK</DT><DD>Joint Mapping Tool Kit </DD><DT>JNACC</DT><DD>Joint Nuclear Accident Coordinating Center </DD><DT>JNAF</DT><DD>Yugoslavia National Air Force </DD><DT>JNC</DT><DD>Jet Navigation Chart </DD><DT>JNC-A</DT><DD>Jet Navigation Chart-Air </DD><DT>JNIDS</DT><DD>(1) Joint National Intelligence Dissemination System; (2) Joint National Intelligence Development Staff </DD><DT>JNPE</DT><DD>Joint Nuclear Planning Element </DD><DT>JOA</DT><DD>Joint Operations Area </DD><DT>JOC</DT><DD>Joint Operations Center </DD><DT>JOC/INT</DT><DD>Joint Operations Center/Intelligence Team </DD><DT>JOG</DT><DD>Joint Operations Graphic </DD><DT>JOG-A</DT><DD>Joint Operations Graphic-Air </DD><DT>JOG-C</DT><DD>Joint Operations Graphic-Combined </DD><DT>JOG-G</DT><DD>Joint Operations Graphic-Ground </DD><DT>JOG-R</DT><DD>Joint Operations Graphic-Radar </DD><DT>JOIC</DT><DD>Joint Operational Intelligence Center/Cell </DD><DT>JOIN</DT><DD>Joint Operations Intelligence Network </DD><DT>JOINT</DT><DD>REDTRAIN Joint Readiness Training </DD><DT>Joint</DT><DD>STARS Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System </DD><DT>JOP</DT><DD>Joint Operating Procedure </DD><DT>JOPES</DT><DD>Joint Operations Planning and Execution System </DD><DT>JOPS</DT><DD>Joint Operational Planning System </DD><DT>JOS</DT><DD>Joint Operational Stocks </DD><DT>JOSE</DT><DD>Joint Operations Support Element </DD><DT>JOTS</DT><DD>Joint Operational Tactical System </DD><DT>JP</DT><DD>(1) Jet Petroleum; (2) Joint Publication </DD><DT>JPAM</DT><DD>Joint Program Assessment Memorandum </DD><DT>JPAT</DT><DD>Joint Planning and Assistance Team </DD><DT>JPD</DT><DD>Joint Planning Document </DD><DT>JPEA</DT><DD>Joint Planning and Exercise Activity </DD><DT>JPEC</DT><DD>Joint Planning and Execution Community </DD><DT>JPL</DT><DD>Jet Propulsion Laboratory </DD><DT>JPM</DT><DD>Joint Program Manager </DD><DT>JPMIE</DT><DD>Joint Program for Military Intelligence Education </DD><DT>JPMO</DT><DD>Joint Program Management Office </DD><DT>JPN</DT><DD>JSIC Peterson Node </DD><DT>JPO</DT><DD>Joint Project Office </DD><DT>JPOTF</DT><DD>Joint Psychological Operations Task Force </DD><DT>JPOTG</DT><DD>Joint Psychological Operations Task Group </DD><DT>JPPR</DT><DD>Joint Planning and Program Review </DD><DT>JPRS</DT><DD>Joint Publications Research Service </DD><DT>JPSD</DT><DD>Joint Precision Strike Demonstration </DD><DT>JPSS</DT><DD>Joint Planning Staff for Space </DD><DT>JPSIO</DT><DD>Joint Precision Strike Integration Office </DD><DT>JRA</DT><DD>Joint Rear Area </DD><DT>JRB</DT><DD>Joint Reconnaissance Board </DD><DT>JRC</DT><DD>(1) Joint Reconnaissance Center; (2) Joint Recovery Center </DD><DT>JRCB</DT><DD>Joint Reconnaissance Coordination Board </DD><DT>JRCC</DT><DD>Joint Rescue Coordination Center </DD><DT>JRCP</DT><DD>Joint Readiness Command Program </DD><DT>JRDC</DT><DD>Joint Regional Defense Command </DD><DT>JRDOD</DT><DD>Joint Research and Development Objectives Document </DD><DT>JRFL</DT><DD>Joint Restricted Frequency List </DD><DT>JRIP</DT><DD>Joint Reserve Intelligence Program </DD><DT>JRMB</DT><DD>Joint Requirements and Management Board </DD><DT>JRO</DT><DD>Joint Reconnaissance Office </DD><DT>JROC</DT><DD>Joint Requirements Oversight Council </DD><DT>JROC-B</DT><DD>Joint Refugee Center, Berlin </DD><DT>JRS</DT><DD>Joint Reporting System/Structure </DD><DT>JRSC</DT><DD>Jam-Resistant Secure Communications </DD><DT>JRTC</DT><DD>(1) Joint Readiness Training Center; (2) Joint Regional Training Center </DD><DT>JRTC-IS</DT><DD>JRTC Instrumentation System </DD><DT>JRX</DT><DD>Joint Readiness Exercise </DD><DT>JRX</DT><DD>MILES JRX Milestone System </DD><DT>JS</DT><DD>Joint Staff </DD><DT>J/S</DT><DD>Ratio of received power level of a jamming signal and a desired signal </DD><DT>JSAJAC</DT><DD>Security Activity </DD><DT>JSAC</DT><DD>Joint State Area Command </DD><DT>JSAM</DT><DD>Joint Security Assistance Memorandum </DD><DT>JSAMSA</DT><DD>Joint Security Assistance Memorandum Supporting Analysis </DD><DT>JSB</DT><DD>Joint Synthetic Battlespace </DD><DT>JSC</DT><DD>(1) Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center; (2) Joint Spectrum Center </DD><DT>JSCP</DT><DD>Joint Strategic Capabilities Plan </DD><DT>JSCS</DT><DD>Joint Strategic Connectivity Staff </DD><DT>JSDF</DT><DD>Japanese Self-Defense Forces </DD><DT>JSEAD</DT><DD>(1) Joint Surveillance Enemy Air Defense; (2) Joint Suppression of Enemy Air Defenses </DD><DT>JSFC</DT><DD>Joint Space Fundamentals Course </DD><DT>JSIC</DT><DD>Joint SPACECOM Intelligence Center </DD><DT>JSIMS</DT><DD>Joint Simulation System </DD><DT>JSIOC</DT><DD>Joint Space Intelligence Operations Course </DD><DT>JSIOPC</DT><DD>Joint Space Intelligence Operations Policy Course </DD><DT>JSIP</DT><DD>Joint Services Imagery Processor </DD><DT>JSIPS</DT><DD>Joint Service Imagery Processing System </DD><DT>JSIPS-N</DT><DD>Joint Service Imagery Processing System-Navy </DD><DT>JSMB</DT><DD>Joint Space Management Board </DD><DT>JSO</DT><DD>(1) Joint Staff Office; (2) Joint Support Office </DD><DT>JSOA</DT><DD>(1) Joint Special Operations Agency; (2) Joint Special Operations Area </DD><DT>JSOACC</DT><DD>Joint Special Operations Air Component Commander </DD><DT>JSOC</DT><DD>(1) Joint Special Operations Center; (2) Joint Strategic </DD><DT>Operations</DT><DD>Center; (3) Joint Special Operations Command </DD><DT>JSODC</DT><DD>Joint Special Operations Deception Course </DD><DT>JSOFI</DT><DD>Joint Special Operations Forces Institute </DD><DT>JSOIC</DT><DD>Joint Special Operations Intelligence Course </DD><DT>JSOIT</DT><DD>Joint Special Operations Intelligence Training </DD><DT>JSOIO</DT><DD>Joint Special Operations Intelligence Orientation </DD><DT>JSOP</DT><DD>Joint Strategic Objectives Plan </DD><DT>JSOPW</DT><DD>Joint Special Operations Planning Workshop </DD><DT>JSOR</DT><DD>Joint Service Operational Requirement </DD><DT>JSOSOC</DT><DD>Joint Special Operations Staff Officer Course </DD><DT>JSOTF</DT><DD>Joint Special Operations Task Force </DD><DT>JSOTFSO</DT><DD>Joint Special Operations Task Force South </DD><DT>JSOTP</DT><DD>Joint Special Operations Training Project </DD><DT>JSOW</DT><DD>Joint Standoff Weapon </DD><DT>JSPD</DT><DD>Joint Strategic Planning Document </DD><DT>JSPDSA</DT><DD>Joint Strategic Planning Document Supporting Analysis </DD><DT>JSPO</DT><DD>Joint System Program Office </DD><DT>JSPS</DT><DD>Joint Strategic Planning System </DD><DT>JSR</DT><DD>(1) Joint Strategy Review; (2) Joint Special Reports </DD><DT>JSRC</DT><DD>Joint Search and Rescue Center </DD><DT>JSS</DT><DD>(1) Joint Surveillance System; (2) JMIE Support System </DD><DT>JSST</DT><DD>(1) Joint Space Support Team; (2) Joint Special Support Team </DD><DT>JSTARS</DT><DD>Joint Surveillance and Target Attack Radar System </DD><DT>JSTPS</DT><DD>Joint Strategic Target Planning Staff </DD><DT>JSWG</DT><DD>(1) J-TENS Special Working Group; (2) Joint Service Working Group </DD><DT>JT</DT><DD>Joint </DD><DT>JTA</DT><DD>(1) Joint Task Analysis; (2) Joint Table of Allowances </DD><DT>JTAGS</DT><DD>Joint Tactical Ground Station </DD><DT>JTAO</DT><DD>Joint Tactical Air Operations </DD><DT>JTARS</DT><DD>Joint Tactical Aerial Reconnaissance System </DD><DT>JTASC</DT><DD>Joint Training, Analysis and Simulation Center </DD><DT>JTB</DT><DD>(1) Joint Transportation Board; (2) Joint Targets Board </DD><DT>JTC</DT><DD>(1) Joint Target Committee; (2) Joint Technology Center; (3) JFACC Target Cell </DD><DT>JTC3A</DT><DD>Joint Tactical Command, Control, and Communications Agency </DD><DT>JTCAE</DT><DD>Joint Tactical Control and Analysis Element </DD><DT>JTCB</DT><DD>Joint Targets Coordination Board </DD><DT>JTCG</DT><DD>Joint Technical Coordinating Group </DD><DT>JTCG(ME)</DT><DD>Joint Technical Coordinating Group (For Munitions </DD><DT>Effectiveness)</DT><DD></DD><DT>JTC/SIL</DT><DD>Joint Technology Center/ Systems Integration Laboratory </DD><DT>JTD</DT><DD>Joint Table of Distribution (Manning Authorization for a Joint </DD><DT>Organization)</DT><DD></DD><DT>JTDA</DT><DD>Joint Table of Distribution and Allowances </DD><DT>JTEB</DT><DD>Joint Test and Evaluation Board </DD><DT>J-TENS</DT><DD>Joint Tactical Exploitation of National Systems </DD><DT>JTENS</DT><DD>Joint-Service Tactical Exploitation of National Systems </DD><DT>JTF</DT><DD>(1) Joint Tactical Fusion; (2) Joint Task Force </DD><DT>JTF-6</DT><DD>Joint Task Force-6 </DD><DT>JTF-B</DT><DD>USSOUTHCOM JTF in Honduras </DD><DT>JTFCEM</DT><DD>Joint Task Force Contingency Engineer Manager </DD><DT>JTF-FA</DT><DD>Joint Task Force-Full Accounting </DD><DT>JTF-LOCE</DT><DD>Joint Tactical Fusion-Limited Operational Capability Europe </DD><DT>JTF-PM</DT><DD>Joint Task Force-Panama </DD><DT>JTFPO</DT><DD>Joint Tactical Fusion Program Office </DD><DT>JTF-PP</DT><DD>Joint Task Force PROVIDE PROMISE </DD><DT>JTF-SWA</DT><DD>Joint Task Force-South West Asia </DD><DT>JTFHQ</DT><DD>Joint Task Force Headquarters </DD><DT>JTFP</DT><DD>Joint Tactical Fusion Program </DD><DT>JTFPMO</DT><DD>Joint Tactical Fusion Program Management Office </DD><DT>JTFSO</DT><DD>Joint Task Force South </DD><DT>JTG</DT><DD>Joint Task Group </DD><DT>JTIC</DT><DD>Joint Transportation Intelligence Center </DD><DT>JTID</DT><DD>Joint Digital Team Information Device </DD><DT>JTIDS</DT><DD>Joint Tactical Information Distribution System </DD><DT>JTL</DT><DD>Joint Target List </DD><DT>JTMD</DT><DD>(1) Joint Theater Missile Defense; (2) Joint Table of Mobilization and Distribution </DD><DT>JTN</DT><DD>Joint Targeting Network </DD><DT>JTOSS</DT><DD>Joint Task-Organized Software Subsystem </DD><DT>JTP</DT><DD>Joint Training Plan </DD><DT>JTR</DT><DD>Joint Travel Regulation </DD><DT>JTRU</DT><DD>Joint Transportation Reserve Unit </DD><DT>JTSC</DT><DD>Joint Technology Steering Committee </DD><DT>JTSG</DT><DD>Joint Targets Steering Group </DD><DT>JTT</DT><DD>Joint Tactics Terminal </DD><DT>JTTP</DT><DD>Joint Tactics, Techniques and Procedures </DD><DT>JTWS</DT><DD>Joint Threat Warning System </DD><DT>JTX</DT><DD>Joint Training Exercise </DD><DT>JUAVTC</DT><DD>Joint UAV Training Center </DD><DT>JUDI</DT><DD>Joint Universal Data Interpreter </DD><DT>JULL</DT><DD>Joint Universal Lessons Learned </DD><DT>JULLS</DT><DD>Joint Universal Lessons Learned System </DD><DT>JUMPS</DT><DD>Joint Uniform Military Pay System </DD><DT>JUSMAG</DT><DD>Joint United States Military Advisory Group </DD><DT>JUWC</DT><DD>Joint Unconventional Warfare Command </DD><DT>JUWTF</DT><DD>Joint Unconventional Warfare Task Force </DD><DT>JVIDS</DT><DD>Joint Visual Integrated Display System </DD><DT>JWAC</DT><DD>Joint Warfare Analysis Center </DD><DT>JWARS</DT><DD>Joint Warfare Simulation </DD><DT>JWBCA</DT><DD>Joint Whole Blood Control Agency </DD><DT>JWC</DT><DD>(1) Joint Warfare Center; (2) Joint Working Group </DD><DT>JWCA</DT><DD>Joint Warfighting Capability Assessment </DD><DT>JWFC</DT><DD>Joint Warfighting Center </DD><DT>JWG</DT><DD>Joint Working Group </DD><DT>JWICS</DT><DD>(1) Joint Warning Indications Communications System; (2) Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communications System </DD><DT>JWID</DT><DD>Joint Worldwide Interoperability Demonstration </DD><DT>J2X</DT><DD>JTF J2 Support Element </DD></DL>K

<DL><DT>K</DT><DD>Kelvin (absolute temperature scale) </DD><DT>KAC</DT><DD>Korea Analysis Center </DD><DT>KADIZ</DT><DD>Korean Air Defense Identification Zone </DD><DT>KAIS</DT><DD>Korean Air Intelligence System </DD><DT>KAK</DT><DD>Key-Auto-Key </DD><DT>KAL</DT><DD>Key Asset List </DD><DT>KALCC</DT><DD>Korean Airlift Control Center </DD><DT>KAPP</DT><DD>Key Asset Protection Program </DD><DT>KAWS</DT><DD>Korean Analyst Workstation </DD><DT>KB</DT><DD>(1) Kilobyte; (2) Knowledgeability Brief </DD><DT>Kbps</DT><DD>Kilobits Per Second (also KPS) </DD><DT>KBS</DT><DD>Knowledge-Based System </DD><DT>KBYTES</DT><DD>Kilobytes </DD><DT>KCG</DT><DD>Korean Consultative Group </DD><DT>KCIA</DT><DD>Korean Central Intelligence Agency </DD><DT>KCOIC</DT><DD>Korean Combat/Combined Operations Intelligence Center </DD><DT>KCSS</DT><DD>Korean Combat Support System </DD><DT>KDC</DT><DD>Key Distribution Center </DD><DT>KDEI</DT><DD>Key Defense Estimates Issues </DD><DT>KDIA</DT><DD>Korean Defense Intelligence Agency </DD><DT>KDII</DT><DD>Key Defense Intelligence Issues </DD><DT>KE</DT><DD>Kinetic Energy </DD><DT>KEK</DT><DD>Key Encryption Key </DD><DT>KELP</DT><DD>Kaleidoscope Elint Processor </DD><DT>KEW</DT><DD>Kinetic Energy Weapon </DD><DT>KG</DT><DD>(1) Kilogram; (2) Key Generator </DD><DT>KGB</DT><DD>Committee for State Security (FSU) </DD><DT>KH</DT><DD>Keyhole </DD><DT>KHA</DT><DD>Killed by Hostile Action </DD><DT>KHz</DT><DD>Kilohertz </DD><DT>KIA</DT><DD>Killed in Action </DD><DT>KIA-BNR</DT><DD>Killed in Action, Body Not Recovered </DD><DT>KIAS</DT><DD>Knots Indicated Air Speed </DD><DT>KIES</DT><DD>Kodak Imagery Exploitation System </DD><DT>KIEWS</DT><DD>Kodak Imagery Edit Workstation </DD><DT>KILLREP</DT><DD>Kill Report </DD><DT>KILLSUM</DT><DD>Kill Summary </DD><DT>KILOD</DT><DD>Killed in the Line of Duty </DD><DT>KIP</DT><DD>(1) Key Intelligence Position; (2) Key Indigenous Personnel </DD><DT>KIPPL</DT><DD>Key Intelligence Program Priorities List </DD><DT>KISS</DT><DD>Korean Intelligence Support System </DD><DT>KIWS</DT><DD>KISS Intelligence Workstation </DD><DT>KJ</DT><DD>(1) Kilojoules; (2) Key Judgments </DD><DT>KM</DT><DD>Kilometer </DD><DT>KMASE</DT><DD>Key Management Application Service Element </DD><DT>KMC</DT><DD>Key Management Center </DD><DT>KM/HR</DT><DD>Kilometers Per Hour </DD><DT>KMODC</DT><DD>Key Management Ordering and Distribution Center </DD><DT>KMID</DT><DD>Key Management Identification Number </DD><DT>KMP</DT><DD>Key Management Protocol </DD><DT>KMPDU</DT><DD>Key Management Protocol Data Unit </DD><DT>KMR</DT><DD>Kwajalein Missile Range </DD><DT>KMS</DT><DD>Key Management System </DD><DT>KMSA</DT><DD>Key Management System Agent </DD><DT>KMUA</DT><DD>Key Management User Agent </DD><DT>KN</DT><DD>Knot </DD><DT>knots</DT><DD>Nautical Miles per hour </DD><DT>KP</DT><DD>Key Processor </DD><DT>KPH</DT><DD>Kilometers Per Hour </DD><DT>KPK</DT><DD>Key Production Key </DD><DT>KS</DT><DD>South Korea (ROK) </DD><DT>KSA</DT><DD>Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities </DD><DT>KSC</DT><DD>Kennedy Space Center </DD><DT>KSOS</DT><DD>Kernelized Secure Operating System </DD><DT>KT</DT><DD>(1) Kiloton; (2) Knot </DD><DT>KTAS</DT><DD>Knots True Airspeed </DD><DT>KTO</DT><DD>Kuwait Theater of Operations </DD><DT>KTTP</DT><DD>Korean Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures </DD><DT>Ku</DT><DD>A Satellite Frequency Band </DD><DT>KUSLO</DT><DD>U.S. Liaison Office-Kenya </DD><DT>KW</DT><DD>Kilowatt </DD><DT>KWH</DT><DD>Kilowatt Hours </DD><DT>KVG</DT><DD>Key Variable Generator </DD></DL>L

<DL><DT>LAAIB</DT><DD>Latin American Air Intelligence Brief </DD><DT>LAAM</DT><DD>Light Anti-Aircraft Missile </DD><DT>LAB</DT><DD>Laboratory </DD><DT>LABS</DT><DD>Laboratories </DD><DT>LAD</DT><DD>Launch Assist Device </DD><DT>LADD</DT><DD>Low Angle Drogue Delivery </DD><DT>LAEO</DT><DD>Low-Altitude Electro-Optical </DD><DT>LAEWWING</DT><DD>Light-Airborne Early Warning Wing </DD><DT>LAF</DT><DD>Launch Alert Folder </DD><DT>LAFTA</DT><DD>Latin America Free Trade Association </DD><DT>LAGEOS</DT><DD>Laser Geodynamic Satellite </DD><DT>LAI</DT><DD>(1) Light Armored Infantry; (2) Look-Down Air Intercept </DD><DT>LAL</DT><DD>Library Accessions List </DD><DT>LALO</DT><DD>Low-Altitude Low-Opening </DD><DT>LAM</DT><DD>Louisiana Maneuvers </DD><DT>LAMM</DT><DD>Land Armament and Manpower Model </DD><DT>LAMP</DT><DD>Lockwood Analytical Method for Prediction LAMPS (1) Light Airborne Multipurpose System; (2) LANTCOM Message Processing System </DD><DT>LAN</DT><DD>Local Area Network </DD><DT>LANDCENT</DT><DD>Land Forces Central Region </DD><DT>LANDSAT</DT><DD>Land Satellite (Commercial Multi-Spectral) </DD><DT>LANDSOUTH</DT><DD>Land Forces Southern Region </DD><DT>LANFORSIXTHFLT</DT><DD>Landing Force Sixth Fleet </DD><DT>LANL</DT><DD>Los Alamos National Laboratory </DD><DT>LANT</DT><DD>Atlantic </DD><DT>LANTAF</DT><DD>Atlantic Command Air Forces </DD><DT>LANTAREA</DT><DD>Atlantic Area </DD><DT>LANTCOM</DT><DD>Atlantic Command (now ACOM) </DD><DT>LANTCOMDIS</DT><DD>Atlantic Command Deployable Intelligence System </DD><DT>LANTCOM</DT><DD>JIC Atlantic Command Joint Intelligence Center (AIC) </DD><DT>LANTDAC</DT><DD>Atlantic Command Defense Analysis Center </DD><DT>LANTDIS</DT><DD>USACOM Deployable Intelligence System </DD><DT>LANTFLT</DT><DD>U.S. Atlantic Fleet </DD><DT>LANTIRN</DT><DD>Low-Altitude Navigation and Targeting Infrared System for </DD><DT>Night</DT><DD></DD><DT>LANTIS</DT><DD>Atlantic Intelligence Supplement </DD><DT>LANUP</DT><DD>Local Area Network Upgrades </DD><DT>LANWAN</DT><DD>Local Area Network/Wide Area Network </DD><DT>LAR</DT><DD>Laser-Aided Rocket </DD><DT>LARB</DT><DD>Light Amphibious Reconnaissance Battalion </DD><DT>LARS</DT><DD>Light Artillery Rocket System </DD><DT>LAS</DT><DD>Land Analysis System </DD><DT>LASA</DT><DD>Light Armed Surveillance Attack </DD><DT>LASER</DT><DD>Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation </DD><DT>LASERFAX</DT><DD>Secure System for Transmitting Photos </DD><DT>LASH</DT><DD>Lighter Aboard Ship </DD><DT>LASINT</DT><DD>Laser Intelligence </DD><DT>LASTE</DT><DD>Low-Altitude Safety Targeting Enhancement </DD><DT>LAT</DT><DD>Latitude </DD><DT>LATAM</DT><DD>Latin America </DD><DT>LATIN</DT><DD>Atlantic Command Theater Intelligence Network </DD><DT>LATS</DT><DD>Large Aperture Tracking System </DD><DT>LATWING</DT><DD>Light Attack Wing </DD><DT>LAV</DT><DD>Light Armored Vehicle (non-tactical) </DD><DT>LAW</DT><DD>Light Antitank Weapon </DD><DT>LAWS</DT><DD>Long-Range Cruise Missile Analysis and Warning System </DD><DT>LB</DT><DD>Live Broadcast </DD><DT>Lb</DT><DD>Pound </DD><DT>L-BAND</DT><DD>1 to 2 GHz </DD><DT>LBR</DT><DD>Laser Beam Recorder </DD><DT>lbs</DT><DD>(LB) Pounds </DD><DT>LBSR</DT><DD>Lightweight Battlefield Surveillance Radar </DD><DT>LC</DT><DD>(1) Library of Congress; (2) Line of Contact </DD><DT>LCAC</DT><DD>Landing Craft, Air Cushion </DD><DT>LCC</DT><DD>(1) Amphibious Command Ship; (2) Logistics </DD><DT>Coordination</DT><DD>Center; (3) Launch Control Center; (4) Land Component Commander </DD><DT>LCC-IC</DT><DD>Amphibious Command Ship-Intelligence Center </DD><DT>LCD</DT><DD>Liquid Crystal Display </DD><DT>LCE</DT><DD>Liaison Coordination Element (Special Operations Liaison Team in Coalition Operations) </DD><DT>LCF</DT><DD>Launch Control Facility </DD><DT>LCM</DT><DD>(1) Medium Landing Craft; (2) Life Cycle Management </DD><DT>LCP</DT><DD>(1) Personnel Landing Craft; (2) Launching Control Post </DD><DT>LCPR</DT><DD>Ramped Personnel Landing Craft </DD><DT>LCS</DT><DD>Low-Cost Satellite </DD><DT>LCSMM</DT><DD>Life Cycle Support Management Model </DD><DT>LCSR</DT><DD>Swimmer Reconnaissance Landing Craft </DD><DT>LCU</DT><DD>(1) Utility Landing Craft; (2) Launch Correlation Unit </DD><DT>LCW</DT><DD>Special Warfare Support Craft </DD><DT>LCWS</DT><DD>Low-Cost Workstation </DD><DT>LD</DT><DD>(1) Line of Departure; (2) Laser Defense </DD><DT>LDC</DT><DD>(1) Less-Developed Country; (2) Local Data Concentrator; (3) Light-Weight Deployable Communication; (4) Land Defense of CONUS </DD><DT>LDEF</DT><DD>Long Duration Exposure Facility </DD><DT>LDF</DT><DD>Lightweight Digital Facsimile </DD><DT>LDIS</DT><DD>Library Document Inventory System </DD><DT>LDM</DT><DD>Limited Distance Modems </DD><DT>LDMX</DT><DD>Local Digital Message Exchange </DD><DT>LDR</DT><DD>Low Data Rate </DD><DT>LDS</DT><DD>Laser Detection System </DD><DT>LDSD</DT><DD>Lookdown/Shootdown </DD><DT>LDT</DT><DD>Large Diameter Target </DD><DT>LDX</DT><DD>Long-Distance XEROX </DD><DT>LEA</DT><DD>Law Enforcement Agency </DD><DT>LEAD</DT><DD>(1) Low-Cost Encryption/Authentication Device; (2) List of Emerging Activations and Dispositions </DD><DT>LEAF</DT><DD>Law Enforcement Access Field </DD><DT>LEASAT</DT><DD>(1) Leased Satellite; (2) Leased System </DD><DT>LED</DT><DD>Light Emitting Diode </DD><DT>LEDS</DT><DD>Link 11 Display System </DD><DT>LEM</DT><DD>Land Engagement Model </DD><DT>LEN</DT><DD>Large Extension Node </DD><DT>LENSCE</DT><DD>Limited Enemy Situation Correlation Element </DD><DT>LEP</DT><DD>Linear Error Probable </DD><DT>LEPCU</DT><DD>Lightweight Environmental Protection Combat Uniform </DD><DT>LEO</DT><DD>Low Earth Orbit </DD><DT>LEO</DT><DD>COM Low Earth Orbit Data Communications </DD><DT>LERTCON</DT><DD>Alert Condition </DD><DT>LES</DT><DD>(1) Leading Edge Services; (2) Land Earth Station; (3) Limited Effects Submunition </DD><DT>LEW</DT><DD>Limited Effects Weapons </DD><DT>LEXIS</DT><DD>Meade Data Central Legal Service </DD><DT>LF</DT><DD>(1) Low Frequency; (2) Launch Facility; (3) Landing Force </DD><DT>LF6F</DT><DD>Landing Force 6th Feet </DD><DT>LFC</DT><DD>Large Format Camera </DD><DT>LFICS</DT><DD>Landing Force Integrated Communications System </DD><DT>LFM</DT><DD>Landing Force Manual </DD><DT>LFOC</DT><DD>Landing Force Operations Center </DD><DT>LFOV</DT><DD>Limited Field of View </DD><DT>LFR</DT><DD>Inshore Fire Support Ship </DD><DT>LFRSV</DT><DD>Launch-Fly-Recover Space Vehicle </DD><DT>LFS</DT><DD>Amphibious Warfare Fire Support Ship </DD><DT>LG</DT><DD>ACC Director of Logistics </DD><DT>LGB</DT><DD>Laser-Guided Bomb </DD><DT>LHA</DT><DD>Amphibious Assault Ship (General Purpose) </DD><DT>LHA-IC</DT><DD>Amphibious Assault Ship (General Purpose)-Intelligence Center </DD><DT>LHD</DT><DD>Multi-Purpose Amphibious Assault Ship </DD><DT>L-HOUR</DT><DD>Hour on C-Day when deployment begins </DD><DT>LHR</DT><DD>Low Hop Rate </DD><DT>LHW</DT><DD>Lower High Water </DD><DT>LHX</DT><DD>Lightweight Helicopter </DD><DT>LIC</DT><DD>Low-Intensity Conflict </DD><DT>LIDAR</DT><DD>Light Detection and Ranging </DD><DT>LIGHTSAT</DT><DD>Lightweight Satellite </DD><DT>LIMDIS</DT><DD>(1) Limited Dissemination; (2) Limited Distribution </DD><DT>LIME</DT><DD>Laser-Induced Magnetic Emissions </DD><DT>LIMMER</DT><DD>Limited Control of Merchant Shipping </DD><DT>LIN</DT><DD>LANTCOM Intelligence Network </DD><DT>LINCS</DT><DD>Long-Range Intelligence Networked Communications Service </DD><DT>LIR</DT><DD>Launch and Impact Report </DD><DT>LISS</DT><DD>LANTCOM Intelligence Support System </DD><DT>LITE</DT><DD>Laptop Imagery Transmission Equipment </DD><DT>LITES</DT><DD>Laser Intercept and Technical Exploitation System </DD><DT>LITINT</DT><DD>Literature Intelligence </DD><DT>LIVID</DT><DD>Language Identification and Voice Identification </DD><DT>LIWA</DT><DD>Land Information Warfare Activity </DD><DT>LJ</DT><DD>Laser Jet </DD><DT>LKA</DT><DD>Amphibious Cargo Ship </DD><DT>LKG</DT><DD>Loop Key Generator </DD><DT>LL</DT><DD>(1) Landline; (2) Latent Lethal Dose </DD><DT>LLLTV/IR</DT><DD>Low-Light-Level TV/Infrared </DD><DT>LLSO</DT><DD>Low-Level Source Operations (CI/HUMINT) </DD><DT>LLTV</DT><DD>Low-Light-Level Television </DD><DT>LLNL</DT><DD>Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory </DD><DT>LLO</DT><DD>Land Liaison Office </DD><DT>LLW</DT><DD>Lower Low Water </DD><DT>LLVI</DT><DD>Low-Level Voice Intercept </DD><DT>LMBB</DT><DD>GENSER Intelligence Broadcast </DD><DT>LMCC</DT><DD>LOCE Mobile Correlation Center </DD><DT>LMD</DT><DD>Local Management Device </DD><DT>LMD-KP</DT><DD>Local Management Device/Key Processor </DD><DT>LME</DT><DD>Layer Management Entry </DD><DT>LMI</DT><DD>Layer Management Interface </DD><DT>LMR</DT><DD>Land Mobile Radio </DD><DT>LMRDFS</DT><DD>Lightweight Man-Transportable Radio Direction Finding </DD><DT>System</DT><DD></DD><DT>LMS</DT><DD>(1) Local Monitor Station; (2) Least Means Squared </DD><DT>LMSR</DT><DD>Large Medium Speed RO/RO </DD><DT>LNA</DT><DD>Low Noise Amplifier </DD><DT>LNE</DT><DD>Liaison Element </DD><DT>LNG</DT><DD>Liquefied Natural Gas </DD><DT>LNIS</DT><DD>Atlantic Command Naval Intelligence Summary </DD><DT>LNO</DT><DD>(1) Limited Nuclear Option; (2) Liaison Officer </DD><DT>LNU</DT><DD>Last Name Unknown </DD><DT>LO</DT><DD>(1) Liaison Officer; (2) Low Observables </DD><DT>LO/LO</DT><DD>Lift-On/Lift-Off </DD><DT>LOA</DT><DD>(1) Letter of Agreement; (2) Lead Operational Authority; (3) Letter of Assist </DD><DT>LOAC</DT><DD>Law of Armed Conflict </DD><DT>LOB</DT><DD>Line of Bearing </DD><DT>LOC(S)</DT><DD>(1) Line(s) of Communication; (2) Library of Congress; (3) Launch Operations Center; (4) Liaison Officer Coordinator; (5) Location; (6) ILS Localizer </DD><DT>LOCD</DT><DD>Lines of Communication Designators </DD><DT>LOCE</DT><DD>(1) Limited Operational Capability, Europe; (2) Linked Operations-Intelligence Centers Europe </DD><DT>LOCK</DT><DD>Logical Co-Processing Kernel </DD><DT>LOD</DT><DD>Low-Observable Demonstrations </DD><DT>LOFAR</DT><DD>Low-Frequency Analysis and Recording </DD><DT>LOG</DT><DD>Logistics </DD><DT>LOGCAP</DT><DD>Logistics Civil Augmentation Program </DD><DT>LOGEX</DT><DD>Logistics Exercise </DD><DT>LOGS</DT><DD>Logistics </DD><DT>LOI</DT><DD>(1) Letter of Instruction; (2) Location of Interest </DD><DT>LON</DT><DD>Longitude </DD><DT>LONG</DT><DD>Longitude </DD><DT>LORAD</DT><DD>Long-Range Air Defense </DD><DT>LORAN</DT><DD>Long-Range Navigation </DD><DT>LOROP</DT><DD>Long-Range Oblique Photography </DD><DT>LOROPS</DT><DD>(1) Long-Range Optical System; (2) Long-Range Oblique Photographic Sensor </DD><DT>LOS</DT><DD>(1) Line of Sight; (2) Law of the Sea </DD><DT>LOTS</DT><DD>(1) Lighter Over the Shore; (2) Logistics Over the Shore </DD><DT>LOW</DT><DD>(1) Laws of War; (2) Launch on Warning </DD><DT>LOX</DT><DD>Liquid Oxygen </DD><DT>LP</DT><DD>Listening Post </DD><DT>LPA</DT><DD>Amphibious Personnel Transport </DD><DT>LPAR</DT><DD>Large Phased-Array Radar </DD><DT>LPC</DT><DD>Linear Predictive Coding </DD><DT>LPD</DT><DD>(1) Amphibious Assault Transport Dock; (2) Low Probability of Detection </DD><DT>LPD/I</DT><DD>Low Probability of Detection/Intercept </DD><DT>LPF</DT><DD>Low Pass Filter </DD><DT>LPG</DT><DD>Liquefied Natural Gas </DD><DT>LPH</DT><DD>Amphibious Assault Ship (Helicopter) </DD><DT>LPI</DT><DD>(1) Low Probability Intercept; (2) Lines per Inch </DD><DT>LPO</DT><DD>Leading Petty Officer </DD><DT>LPR</DT><DD>Amphibious Transport (Small) </DD><DT>LPS</DT><DD>(1) Logistics Planning Study; (2) Large Processing Station </DD><DT>LPSS</DT><DD>Amphibious Transport Submarine </DD><DT>LPT</DT><DD>Logistics Preparation of the Theater </DD><DT>LRA</DT><DD>Long-Range Aviation (FSU) </DD><DT>LRAA</DT><DD>Long-Range Air Army (FSU) </DD><DT>LRAACA</DT><DD>Long-Range Air-ASW Capable Aircraft </DD><DT>LRAAM</DT><DD>Long-Range Air-to-Air Missile </DD><DT>LRC</DT><DD>(1) Logistics Readiness Center; (2) Logistics Resupply Center; (3) Lesser Regional Contingency; (4) Limited Regional Conflict; (5) Limited Regional Contingency </DD><DT>LRCM</DT><DD>Long-Range Cruise Missile </DD><DT>LRCS</DT><DD>Light-Reaction Communications System </DD><DT>LRE</DT><DD>Launch and Recovery Element </DD><DT>LREO</DT><DD>Long Range Electro-Optical </DD><DT>LRINF</DT><DD>Longer Range Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces </DD><DT>LRIP</DT><DD>Limited/Low-Rate Initial Production </DD><DT>LRL</DT><DD>Low-Cost Receive Location </DD><DT>LRM</DT><DD>Low-Rate Multiplexer </DD><DT>LRP</DT><DD>(1) Low-Rate Production; (2) Long-Range Plan; (3) Limited Response Package </DD><DT>LRR</DT><DD>Long-Range Reconnaissance </DD><DT>LRRP</DT><DD>Long-Range Reconnaissance Patrol </DD><DT>LRSC</DT><DD>Long-Range Surveillance Company </DD><DT>LRSO</DT><DD>Long-Range Surveillance Out-Post </DD><DT>LRSP</DT><DD>(1) Long-Range Surveillance Plan; (2) Long-Range Systems Plan </DD><DT>LRSPRAC</DT><DD>Long-Range Special Reporting and Coordination </DD><DT>LRSTIA</DT><DD>Long-Range Scientific and Technical Intelligence Assessment </DD><DT>LRSU</DT><DD>Long-Range Surveillance Unit </DD><DT>LRTNF</DT><DD>Long-Range Theater Nuclear Forces </DD><DT>LRU</DT><DD>Line-Replaceable Unit </DD><DT>LSA</DT><DD>(1) Logistics Support Analysis; (2) LAN Systems Administrator </DD><DT>LSB</DT><DD>Lower Sideband </DD><DT>LSC</DT><DD>Linear Shaped Charge </DD><DT>LSCS</DT><DD>Logistics Support Command, Somalia </DD><DT>LSD</DT><DD>(1) Landing Ship, Dock; (2) Lease Separation Distance </DD><DT>LSDV</DT><DD>Swimmer Delivery Vehicle </DD><DT>LSE</DT><DD>Logistic Support Element </DD><DT>LSG</DT><DD>Large-Scale Graphics </DD><DT>LSI</DT><DD>Large-Scale Integration </DD><DT>LSM</DT><DD>Medium Amphibious Assault Landing Ship </DD><DT>LSP</DT><DD>Launch Sequence Plan </DD><DT>LSS</DT><DD>Library Support System </DD><DT>LSSA</DT><DD>Logistic System Support Activity </DD><DT>LSSC</DT><DD>Light Seal Support Craft </DD><DT>LST</DT><DD>(1) Amphibious Vehicle Landing Ship; (2) Local Standard Time </DD><DT>LST-5C</DT><DD>Deployable Satellite Terminal </DD><DT>LSV</DT><DD>Light Strike Vehicle </DD><DT>LT</DT><DD>(1) Light Table (2) Light </DD><DT>LTAC</DT><DD>Land Terminal Access Control </DD><DT>LTAS</DT><DD>Lightweight Tactical Army Satellite Communications System </DD><DT>LTBT</DT><DD>Limited Test Ban Treaty </DD><DT>Ltd</DT><DD>Limited </DD><DT>LTDP</DT><DD>NATO Long-Term Defense Program </DD><DT>LTDS</DT><DD>Laser Target Designator System </DD><DT>LTI</DT><DD>Lightweight Thermal Imager </DD><DT>LTID</DT><DD>Laser Target Interface Device </DD><DT>LTIOV</DT><DD>Latest Time Information of Value </DD><DT>LTMS</DT><DD>Light Table Mensuration System </DD><DT>LTOE</DT><DD>Living Table of Organization and Equipment </DD><DT>LUA</DT><DD>Launch Under Attack </DD><DT>LUT</DT><DD>Limited User Test </DD><DT>LVDS</DT><DD>Low-Volume Dissemination System </DD><DT>LW</DT><DD>Low Water </DD><DT>LWA</DT><DD>Light Weight Aircraft </DD><DT>LWIR</DT><DD>Long-Wavelength Infrared </DD><DT>LWM</DT><DD>Lightweight Motor </DD><DT>LWOP</DT><DD>Leave Without Pay </DD><DT>LWR</DT><DD>Lutheran World Relief, Inc </DD><DT>LWT</DT><DD>Amphibious Warping Tug </DD><DT>LZ</DT><DD>Landing Zone </DD><DT>LZCT</DT><DD>Landing Zone Control Team </DD></DL>M

<DL><DT>M</DT><DD>Material, Maintenance, Management </DD><DT>M</DT><DD>(1) Meter; (2) Mach; (3) Mega (Million) </DD><DT>M1A1</DT><DD>M1A1 ABRAMS Tank </DD><DT>MA</DT><DD>Mission Assessment </DD><DT>MAA</DT><DD>Mission Area Analysis </DD><DT>MAAG</DT><DD>Military Assistance Advisory Group </DD><DT>MAAP</DT><DD>Master Air Attack Plan </DD><DT>MAB</DT><DD>Marine Amphibious Brigade </DD><DT>MAC</DT><DD>(1) Military Airlift Command (now AMC); (2) Mobile Inshore </DD><DT>Undersea</DT><DD>Warfare Attack Craft; (3) Multi-Array Correlator; (4) Missile Analysis Center; (5) Mandatory Access Control; (6) Message Authentication Code; (7) Military Areas of </DD><DT>Coordination</DT><DD></DD><DT>MAC-IN</DT><DD>Military Airlift Command-Director of Intelligence </DD><DT>MACA</DT><DD>Military Assistance to Civil Authorities </DD><DT>MACCOM</DT><DD>MAC Communications (Network) </DD><DT>MACCS</DT><DD>Marine Aviation Command and Control System </DD><DT>MACDIS</DT><DD>Military Assistance to Civil Disturbances </DD><DT>MACLO</DT><DD>MAC Liaison Officer </DD><DT>MACOM</DT><DD>(1) Major Army Command; (2) Major Command </DD><DT>MACSAT</DT><DD>Multiple Access Communications Satellite </DD><DT>MAD</DT><DD>(1) Magnetic Anomaly Detector; (2) Mutual Assured Destruction </DD><DT>MADP</DT><DD>Military Attache for Defense Programs </DD><DT>MAE</DT><DD>(1) Mean Area of Effectiveness; (2) Medium Altitude Endurance UAV (formerly Tier II) </DD><DT>MAEO</DT><DD>Medium-Altitude Electro-Optical </DD><DT>MAE-UAV</DT><DD>Medium-Altitude Endurance Unmanned Aerial Vehicle </DD><DT>MAF</DT><DD>Marine Amphibious Force </DD><DT>MAFC</DT><DD>MAGTF All-Source Fusion Center </DD><DT>MAG</DT><DD>(1) Marine Aircraft Group; (2) Military Assistance Group; (3) Military Advisory Group; (4) Magnetic </DD><DT>MAGIC</DT><DD>Maritime Air-Ground Intelligence Cell </DD><DT>MAGIIC</DT><DD>Mobile Army Ground Imagery Interpretation Center </DD><DT>MAGIS</DT><DD>Marine Air-Ground Intelligence System </DD><DT>MAGR</DT><DD>Miniature Airborne GPS Receiver </DD><DT>MAG</DT><DD>Tape Magnetic Tape </DD><DT>MAGTF</DT><DD>(1) Marine Air-Ground Task Force; (2) Marine Amphibious Ground Task Force </DD><DT>MAINT</DT><DD>Maintenance </DD><DT>MAIS</DT><DD>Military Airlift Intelligence System </DD><DT>MAISRC</DT><DD>Major Automated Information System Review Council </DD><DT>MAJCOM</DT><DD>(1) Major Air Force Command; (2) Major Command </DD><DT>MAMS</DT><DD>MASINT Automated Management System </DD><DT>MAN</DT><DD>(1) Mandatory Modification; (2) Metropolitan Area Network </DD><DT>MANPADS</DT><DD>Manportable Air Defense System </DD><DT>MANPRINT</DT><DD>Manpower and Personnel Integration </DD><DT>MAO</DT><DD>Major Attack Option </DD><DT>MAOC</DT><DD>Modular Air Operations Center </DD><DT>MAP</DT><DD>(1) Military Assistance Program; (2) Ministry of Aviation </DD><DT>Industry</DT><DD>(USSR); (3) Multiple Aim Point; (4) Master Attack Plan; (5) Materiel Acquisition Process </DD><DT>MAPREQ</DT><DD>Map Requisition System </DD><DT>MARAD</DT><DD>Maritime Administration </DD><DT>MARC</DT><DD>MAC ALCE Reaction Communications System </DD><DT>MARCENT</DT><DD>Marine Forces Central Command </DD><DT>MARCORSYSCOM</DT><DD>Marine Corps Systems Command </DD><DT>MARE</DT><DD>Mission Analysis Report-Electrical </DD><DT>MARECS</DT><DD>Maritime European Communications Satellite </DD><DT>MARDEZ</DT><DD>Maritime Defense Zone </DD><DT>MARDEZLANT</DT><DD>Maritime Defense Zone, Altantic </DD><DT>MARDIV</DT><DD>Marine Division </DD><DT>MARFOR</DT><DD>Marine Forces </DD><DT>MARFOREUR</DT><DD>Marine Forces Europe </DD><DT>MARFOR-K</DT><DD>Marine Forces Korea </DD><DT>MARFORCENT</DT><DD>Marine Forces, Central Command </DD><DT>MARFORLANT</DT><DD>Marine Forces Atlantic </DD><DT>MARFORPAC</DT><DD>Marine Forces Pacific </DD><DT>MARFORSOUTH</DT><DD>Marine Forces, Southern Command </DD><DT>MARG</DT><DD>(1) Marine Amphibious Readiness Group; (2) Marginal </DD><DT>MARINETERP</DT><DD>Westlant Maritime Intelligence Report </DD><DT>MARINTSUM</DT><DD>Maritime Intelligence Summary </DD><DT>MARISAT</DT><DD>Maritime Satellite (COMSAT) </DD><DT>Mark-Up</DT><DD>Detailed Budget Recommendation from a Congressional </DD><DT>Committee</DT><DD></DD><DT>MARPAC</DT><DD>Marine Forces Pacific </DD><DT>MARREP</DT><DD>Maritime Report </DD><DT>MARS</DT><DD>(1) Man-hour Accounting and Reporting System; (2) Military Affiliate Radio System; (3) Monthly Aerial </DD><DT>Reconnaissance</DT><DD>Summary </DD><DT>MART</DT><DD>Mobile Autodin Record/Remote Terminal </DD><DT>MARV</DT><DD>Maneuverable Reentry Vehicle </DD><DT>MAS</DT><DD>(1) Military Airlift Squadron; (2) Measurement and Signature; (3) Message Analysis Server; (4) Military Agency for </DD><DT>Standardization</DT><DD></DD><DT>MASDR</DT><DD>Measurement and Signature Data Requirements </DD><DT>MASH</DT><DD>Mobile Army Surgical Hospital </DD><DT>MASINT</DT><DD>Measurement and Signature Intelligence </DD><DT>MASS</DT><DD>(1) Matrix Analysis Subsystem; (2) Missile and Space Summary </DD><DT>MASST</DT><DD>Major Ship Satellite Terminal </DD><DT>MAST</DT><DD>(1) Mobile Ashore Support Terminal; (2) Manual Acquisition </DD><DT>Satellite</DT><DD>Track; (4) MILSTAR Advanced Satellite Terminals </DD><DT>MAT</DT><DD>Medium Assault Transport </DD><DT>MATB</DT><DD>Multi-Spectral Analyst Test Bed </DD><DT>MATC</DT><DD>Armored Troop Carrier, Mini </DD><DT>MATDEV</DT><DD>Materiel Developer </DD><DT>MATRIX</DT><DD>Multi-source Automatic Target Recognition with </DD><DT>Interactive</DT><DD>Exploitation </DD><DT>MATS</DT><DD>Mobile Automatic Telephone System </DD><DT>MATSYM</DT><DD>Material Symbol </DD><DT>MATT</DT><DD>Multi-Mission Advanced Tactical Terminal </DD><DT>MATWING</DT><DD>Medium Attack Wing </DD><DT>MAU</DT><DD>Marine Amphibious Unit </DD><DT>MAVUS</DT><DD>Maritime Vertical Takeoff and Landing Unmanned Aerial </DD><DT>Vehicle</DT><DD>System </DD><DT>MAW</DT><DD>(1) Military Airlift Wing; (2) Marine Aircraft Wing </DD><DT>MAWTS</DT><DD>Marine Aviation Weapons and Tactics Squadron </DD><DT>MAXI</DT><DD>Modular Architecture for the Exchange of Intelligence </DD><DT>MB</DT><DD>(1) Megabit; (2) Meteor Burst; (3) Megabits </DD><DT>Mb</DT><DD>Megabyte </DD><DT>MBA</DT><DD>(1) Main Battle Area; (2) Multiple Beam Antennae </DD><DT>MBB</DT><DD>Modular Building Block (of EIF/ECMC) </DD><DT>MBC</DT><DD>Meteor Burst Communications </DD><DT>MBFR</DT><DD>Mutual and Balanced Force Reduction </DD><DT>MBITR</DT><DD>Multiband Inter Team Radio </DD><DT>MBO</DT><DD>Management by Objective </DD><DT>MBMR</DT><DD>Multiband Multimode Radio </DD><DT>MBPS</DT><DD>Megabytes per Second </DD><DT>MBRADIO</DT><DD>Multiband Radio </DD><DT>MBT</DT><DD>Main Battle Tank </DD><DT>MBYTES/Mbyte</DT><DD>Megabytes </DD><DT>MC</DT><DD>(1) Military Committee; (2) Mobility Corridor; (3) Joint Military </DD><DT>Intelligence</DT><DD>College; (4) Multi-Channel MC&G Mapping, </DD><DT>Charting</DT><DD>and Geodesy </DD><DT>MCA</DT><DD>(1) Maritime Collection Assets; (2) Military Capabilities Assessment; (3) Military Civil Action; (4) Mission Concept Approval </DD><DT>MCAR</DT><DD>Multi-Channel Acoustic Relay </DD><DT>MCAS</DT><DD>Marine Corps Air Station </DD><DT>MC</DT><DD>ASI Marine Corps Assistant Chief of Staff Intelligence </DD><DT>MCB</DT><DD>(1) Markings Center Brief; (2) Marine Corps Base </DD><DT>MCC</DT><DD>(1) Mobile Command Center; (2) Movement Control Center; (3) Mission Control Complex; (4) Military Coordination Center; (5) Mission Control Cell; (6) Mission Control Center </DD><DT>MCCB</DT><DD>Modification/Configuration Control Board </DD><DT>MCCC</DT><DD>Mobile Consolidated Command Center (USSPACECOM) </DD><DT>MCCP</DT><DD>Marine Corps Campaign Plan </DD><DT>MCCS</DT><DD>Mobile Command and Control System </DD><DT>MCCT</DT><DD>Mobile Command Communications Team </DD><DT>MCDN</DT><DD>Marine Corps Data Network </DD><DT>MCDS</DT><DD>Multilateral Counterterrorism Data System </DD><DT>MCE</DT><DD>(1) Mission Control Element; (2) Modular Control Equipment </DD><DT>MCEB</DT><DD>Military Communications Electronics Board </DD><DT>MCG</DT><DD>(1) Magneto Cumulative Generator; (2) Minimum Character Grid; (3) Monitor Control Group; (3) Mapping, Charting, and </DD><DT>Geodesy</DT><DD></DD><DT>MCG&I</DT><DD>Mapping, Charting, Geodesy, and Imagery </DD><DT>MCIA</DT><DD>Marine Corps Intelligence Activity </DD><DT>MCM</DT><DD>(1) Mine Countermeasures; (2) Military Committee Memorandum; (3) Multi-Command Manual; (4) Chairman of the Joint </DD><DT>Chiefs</DT><DD>of Staff Memorandum (Designator) </DD><DT>MCMIP</DT><DD>Marine Corps Master Intelligence Plan </DD><DT>MCO</DT><DD>MASINT Control Officer </DD><DT>MCOO</DT><DD>Modified Combined Obstacles Overlay </DD><DT>MCP</DT><DD>Mobile Command Post </DD><DT>MCR</DT><DD>Military Command Region </DD><DT>MCRB</DT><DD>Military Costing Review Board </DD><DT>MCRC</DT><DD>Master Control and Reporting Center </DD><DT>MCRD</DT><DD>Marine Corps Recruit Depot </DD><DT>MCRP</DT><DD>Mobilization Command Readiness Program </DD><DT>MCS</DT><DD>(1) Mine Countermeasures Support Ship; (2) Military Capabilities Study; (3) Maneuver Control System; (4) Master Control Station; (5) Mission Control Segment </DD><DT>MCSF</DT><DD>Mobile Cryptologic Support Facility </DD><DT>MCSFBN</DT><DD>Marine Corps Security Force Battalion </DD><DT>MCSP</DT><DD>Mobile Communications Support Package </DD><DT>MCST</DT><DD>Magnetic Card Selectric Typewriter (IBM) </DD><DT>MCT</DT><DD>Mobile Communications Terminal </DD><DT>MCTL</DT><DD>(1) Mediterranean Contingency Target List; (2) Military Critical Technologies List </DD><DT>MCU</DT><DD>Mobile Communications/Command Unit </DD><DT>MCW</DT><DD>Modulated Continuous Wave </DD><DT>MD</DT><DD>(1) Military District; (2) Map Distance; (3) Mission Director </DD><DT>MDA</DT><DD>Missile Defense Act of 1991 </DD><DT>MDAP</DT><DD>Major Defense Acquisition Program </DD><DT>MDC</DT><DD>(1) Manipulation Detection Code; (2) Message Distribution Center </DD><DT>M-Day</DT><DD>Day on which mobilization begins </DD><DT>MDI</DT><DD>Multidiscipline Interaction </DD><DT>MDCI</DT><DD>Multidisciplinary Counterintelligence </DD><DT>MDCISUM</DT><DD>Multidisciplinary Counterintelligence Summary </DD><DT>MDDS</DT><DD>Modular Digital Dissemination System </DD><DT>MDID</DT><DD>MSE Data Interface Device </DD><DT>M-DITDS</DT><DD>Migration Defense Intel Threat Data System </DD><DT>MDJCS</DT><DD>Memorandum by the Director, Joint Staff for the Joint Chiefs of </DD><DT>Staff</DT><DD></DD><DT>MDLX</DT><DD>Military Demarcation Line Extended </DD><DT>MDPS</DT><DD>Mission Data Preparation System </DD><DT>MDO</DT><DD>JAPAN Military Defense Office, Japan </DD><DT>MDR</DT><DD>(1) MASINT Data Request; (2) Medium Data Rate </DD><DT>MDS</DT><DD>(1) Mission Dependent Segment; (2) Modular Dissemination System </DD><DT>MDT</DT><DD>Message Distribution Terminal </DD><DT>MDU</DT><DD>(1) Mine Disposal Unit; (2) Mission Data Update </DD><DT>MDW</DT><DD>Military District of Washington </DD><DT>MDZ</DT><DD>Maritime Defense Zone </DD><DT>ME</DT><DD>(1) Middle East; (2) Munitions Effectiveness </DD><DT>MEA</DT><DD>Munitions Effectiveness Assessment </DD><DT>MEAP</DT><DD>Military Economic Advisory Panel </DD><DT>MEB</DT><DD>Marine Expeditionary Brigade </DD><DT>MEBE</DT><DD>Middle East Basic Encyclopedia </DD><DT>MEC</DT><DD>Main Evaluation Center </DD><DT>MECD</DT><DD>Military Equipment Characteristics Document (NATO) </DD><DT>MECH</DT><DD>Mechanized </DD><DT>MECL</DT><DD>Mission Essential Circuits List </DD><DT>MECO</DT><DD>Main Engine Cutoff (Shuttle and Expendable Launch Vehicles) </DD><DT>MECS</DT><DD>Manual ELINT Collection System </DD><DT>Med</DT><DD>Mediterranean </DD><DT>MED</DT><DD>(1) Message Element Dictionary (JINTACCS); (2) Manipulative Electronic Deception; (3) Medical </DD><DT>MED-RES</DT><DD>Medium Resolution </DD><DT>MEDCAP</DT><DD>Medical Civic Action Project </DD><DT>MEDCOM</DT><DD>Medical Command </DD><DT>MEDEVAC</DT><DD>Medical Evacuation </DD><DT>MEDRETE</DT><DD>Medical Readiness Training Exercises </DD><DT>MEDINT</DT><DD>Medical Intelligence </DD><DT>MEECN</DT><DD>Minimum Essential Emergency Communications Network </DD><DT>MEF</DT><DD>(1) Marine Expeditionary Force; (2) Maximum Elevation Figure </DD><DT>MEFCG</DT><DD>MEF Command Group </DD><DT>MEFTL</DT><DD>Middle East Force Target List </DD><DT>MEIF</DT><DD>Master ELINT Intercept File </DD><DT>MECL</DT><DD>Mission Essential Circuits List </DD><DT>MELOS</DT><DD>Mediterranean Littoral OPINTEL Summary </DD><DT>MELT</DT><DD>Maximum Efficiency Language Training </DD><DT>MEM</DT><DD>Mission Effectiveness Model </DD><DT>MENA</DT><DD>Middle East (and) North Africa </DD><DT>MENS</DT><DD>Mission Element Needs Statement </DD><DT>MEO</DT><DD>Medium Earth Orbit </DD><DT>MEP</DT><DD>(1) Ministry of Electronics Industry (FSU); (2) Mission Enhancement Program (AWACS); (3) Management Engineering Plan </DD><DT>MER</DT><DD>(1) Maximum Effective Range; (2) Minimum Essential Requirements </DD><DT>MERADCOM</DT><DD>Mobility Equipment Research and Development Command (U.S. Army) </DD><DT>MERCAST</DT><DD>Merchant Ship Broadcast System </DD><DT>MERCO</DT><DD>Merchant Ship Reporting and Control </DD><DT>MERCOSUR/MERCOSUL</DT><DD>Common Market of the South (South American Southern Cone </DD><DT>Customs</DT><DD>Union) </DD><DT>MERIT</DT><DD>Military Exploitation of Reconnaissance and Intelligence </DD><DT>Technology</DT><DD></DD><DT>MERSHIP</DT><DD>Merchant Ship </DD><DT>MESA</DT><DD>Mechanically Steered Antenna </DD><DT>MET</DT><DD>(1) Mobile Exploitation Team; (2) Meteorology; (3) MILSTAR Engineering Development Model Terminal </DD><DT>METCOM</DT><DD>Control of Meteorological Information </DD><DT>METEOSAT</DT><DD>Meteorological Satellite </DD><DT>METL</DT><DD>Mission Essential Task List </DD><DT>METOC</DT><DD>Meteorological and Oceanographic </DD><DT>METSAT</DT><DD>Meteorology Satellite </DD><DT>METT-T</DT><DD>Mission, Enemy, Terrain, Troops and Time Available </DD><DT>MEU</DT><DD>Marine Expeditionary Unit </DD><DT>MEU(SOC)</DT><DD>Marine Expeditionary Unit (Special Operations Capable) </DD><DT>MEWSS</DT><DD>Mobile Electronic Warfare Support System </DD><DT>MEWSS</DT><DD>PIP Marine Electronic Warfare Support System-Product </DD><DT>MF</DT><DD>Medium Frequency </DD><DT>MFC</DT><DD>Multinational Force Commander </DD><DT>MF</DT><DD>IDB Mainframe Integrated Data Base </DD><DT>MFLOPS</DT><DD>Millions of Floating Point Operations per Second </DD><DT>MFO</DT><DD>Multinational Force and Observers </DD><DT>MFP</DT><DD>Major Force Program </DD><DT>MFP2</DT><DD>Major Force Program 2 </DD><DT>MFR</DT><DD>(1) Memorandum for Record; (2) Mutual Force Reduction </DD><DT>MFS</DT><DD>(1) Ministry of State Security (East German); (2) Multifunction Switch </DD><DT>MFT</DT><DD>Mission, Functions and Tasks </DD><DT>MG</DT><DD>Machinegun </DD><DT>MGID</DT><DD>Military Geographic Information and Documentation </DD><DT>MGMT</DT><DD>Management </DD><DT>MGPS</DT><DD>Mobile Ground Processing System </DD><DT>MGR</DT><DD>Manager </DD><DT>MGRS</DT><DD>Military Grid References System </DD><DT>MGS</DT><DD>(1) Mission Ground Station; (2) Mobile Ground Station </DD><DT>MGT</DT><DD>(1) Mobile Ground Terminal; (2) Management </DD><DT>MHC</DT><DD>Coastal Mine Hunter </DD><DT>MHD</DT><DD>Magnet-to-Hydrodynamic </DD><DT>MHE</DT><DD>(1) Mechanized Handling Equipment; (2) Message Handling Enhancement; (3) Materiel Handling Equipment </DD><DT>MHOP</DT><DD>Multiple-Hop </DD><DT>MHS</DT><DD>Message Handling System </DD><DT>MHV</DT><DD>Miniature Homing Vehicle </DD><DT>MHW</DT><DD>Mean High Water </DD><DT>MHz</DT><DD>Megahertz </DD><DT>mi</DT><DD>Miles </DD><DT>MI</DT><DD>(1) Military Intelligence; (2) Message Indicator </DD><DT>MIA</DT><DD>Missing in Action </DD><DT>MIB</DT><DD>(1) Military Intelligence Board; (2) Military Intelligence Battalion; (3) Management Information Base </DD><DT>MIBNLI</DT><DD>Military Intelligence Battalion, Low Intensity </DD><DT>MIBWG</DT><DD>Military Intelligence Board Working Group </DD><DT>MIC</DT><DD>(1) Mid-Intensity Conflict; (2) Multinational Intelligence Cell; (3) Monolithic Integrated Circuit; (4) Maritime Intelligence </DD><DT>Center</DT><DD></DD><DT>MICEP</DT><DD>Military Intelligence Civilian Excepted Career Program </DD><DT>MICNS</DT><DD>Modular Integrated Communications and Navigation System </DD><DT>MICOM</DT><DD>Missile Command (U.S. Army) </DD><DT>MICON</DT><DD>Military ICON </DD><DT>micro</DT><DD>one millionth </DD><DT>MICFAC</DT><DD>Mobile Integrated Command Facility Ashore Center </DD><DT>MICS</DT><DD>MIIDS/IDB Interface to Client/Server </DD><DT>MICV</DT><DD>Mechanized Infantry Combat Vehicle </DD><DT>MID</DT><DD>(1) Military Intelligence Detachment (2) Military Intelligence </DD><DT>Digest</DT><DD>MIDB Modernized Integrated Data Base; Migratory </DD><DT>Integrated</DT><DD>Data Base </DD><DT>MID(S)</DT><DD>(1) Military Intelligence Detachments (Strategic); (2) Mobile Imagery Dissemination System </DD><DT>MIDAS</DT><DD>MAXI Intelligence Desktop Application Software </DD><DT>MIDE</DT><DD>Mean Installation Damage Expectancy </DD><DT>MIDEASTFOR</DT><DD>Middle East Force </DD><DT>MI</DT><DD>DET Military Intelligence Detachment </DD><DT>MIDL</DT><DD>Miniature Interoperable Data Link </DD><DT>MIDLANT</DT><DD>Mid-Atlantic </DD><DT>MIDPAC</DT><DD>Mid-Pacific </DD><DT>MIDMS</DT><DD>Machine Independent Data Management System </DD><DT>MIEF</DT><DD>Master Imagery Exchange Format </DD><DT>MIERS</DT><DD>Modernized Imagery Exploitation & Reporting System </DD><DT>MIES</DT><DD>Modernized Imagery Exploitation System </DD><DT>MIFASS</DT><DD>Marine Integrated Fire and Air Support System </DD><DT>MIG</DT><DD>(1) Mikoyan (FSU) Aircraft; (2) Military Intelligence Guide; (3) Military Intelligence Group </DD><DT>MIGP</DT><DD>Military Intelligence Group </DD><DT>MIIA</DT><DD>Medical Intelligence Information Agency (now AFMIC) </DD><DT>MIIDS</DT><DD>Military Intelligence Integrated Data System </DD><DT>MIIDS/IDB</DT><DD>Military Intelligence Integrated Data System/Integrated </DD><DT>Database</DT><DD></DD><DT>MIIPS</DT><DD>Military Intelligence Information Processor Subsystem </DD><DT>MIJI</DT><DD>Meaconing, Intrusion, Jamming, and Interference </DD><DT>MIJIFEEDER</DT><DD>Meaconing, Intrusion, Jamming, and Interference Report Feeder </DD><DT>MIL</DT><DD>Military </DD><DT>MILAN</DT><DD>International Antitank Guided-Missile System </DD><DT>MILCOM</DT><DD>Military Communications </DD><DT>MILCOMSAT</DT><DD>Military Communications Satellite </DD><DT>MILCON</DT><DD>Military Construction </DD><DT>MILDEP</DT><DD>Military Department </DD><DT>MILGP</DT><DD>Military Group </DD><DT>MILGRPS</DT><DD>Military Advisory Groups </DD><DT>mili</DT><DD>one thousandths </DD><DT>MILNET</DT><DD>(1) Military Logistics Equipment; (2) Military Network </DD><DT>MILOBS</DT><DD>Military Observer(s) </DD><DT>MILPERS</DT><DD>Military Personnel </DD><DT>MILSAT(COM)</DT><DD>Military Satellite (Communications) </DD><DT>MILSPEC</DT><DD>Military Specification </DD><DT>MILSTAR</DT><DD>(1) U.S. Military Communications Satellite Program; (2) Military Strategic and Tactical Relay </DD><DT>MILSTD</DT><DD>Military Standard </DD><DT>MIMES</DT><DD>Multi-Spectral Imagery Materials Exploitation System </DD><DT>MIMI</DT><DD>Multi-Level Interactive Man/Machine Interface </DD><DT>MIMIC</DT><DD>Monolithic Microwave/Millimeter Wave Integrated Circuit </DD><DT>MIMS</DT><DD>Multiple Independent Maneuvering Submissile </DD><DT>min</DT><DD>Minutes </DD><DT>MIN-O</DT><DD>Minimum Weapon for Damage </DD><DT>MINI-DISE</DT><DD>Compact Version of Deployable Intelligence Support Element </DD><DT>MINTERM</DT><DD>Miniature Terminal </DD><DT>MINURSO</DT><DD>United Nations Mission for the Referendum in Western Sahara </DD><DT>MINX</DT><DD>Multi-Media Information Exchange </DD><DT>MIPE</DT><DD>Mobile Intelligence Processing Element </DD><DT>MIO</DT><DD>(1) Missile Intelligence Officer; (2) Counter-Terrorism Database </DD><DT>MIP</DT><DD>(1) Management Implementation Plan; (2) Message Input Processor </DD><DT>MIPE</DT><DD>Mobile Intelligence Processing Element </DD><DT>MIPIR</DT><DD>(1) Multi-Mission Imagery Photographic Interpretation Report; (2) Multi-Source Photo Interpretation Report </DD><DT>MIPR</DT><DD>Military Interdepartmental Purchase Request </DD><DT>MIPS</DT><DD>Million Instructions per Second </DD><DT>MIR</DT><DD>(1) Mission Intercept Report; (2) Morning Intelligence Report </DD><DT>MIRA</DT><DD>Medium-Wave Infrared Acquisition Array </DD><DT>MIRACL</DT><DD>Mid-Infra-Red Advanced Chemical Laser </DD><DT>MIRADCOM</DT><DD>United States Army Missile Research & Development </DD><DT>Command</DT><DD></DD><DT>MIRE</DT><DD>Mission Intercept Report-Electrical </DD><DT>MIRF</DT><DD>Mission Information Recording Facility </DD><DT>MIRGS</DT><DD>Multi-Intelligence Reconnaissance Ground Station </DD><DT>MIRS</DT><DD>Miniaturized Imagery Receive System </DD><DT>MIRV</DT><DD>Multiple Independently-Targetable Reentry Vehicle </DD><DT>MIS</DT><DD>(1) Management Information System; (2) Military/Monthly </DD><DT>Intelligence</DT><DD>Summary; (3) Mission Integration Segment </DD><DT>MISE</DT><DD>Military Information Support Element </DD><DT>MISREP</DT><DD>Mission Report </DD><DT>MISSI</DT><DD>Multilevel Information System Security Initiative </DD><DT>MIST</DT><DD>(1) MCCS Intelligence Support Team; (2) Modular Interoperable Support Terminal; (3) Military Information Support Team </DD><DT>MISTE</DT><DD>Miniature Integrated Satellite Terminal Equipment </DD><DT>MIT</DT><DD>Mobile Interrogation Team (HUMINT) </DD><DT>MITASK</DT><DD>Mission Tasking </DD><DT>MITS</DT><DD>(1) Monthly International Terrorism Summary; (2) MAC Imagery Transmission System; (3) Multimedia-Intelligence Tracking Subsystem </DD><DT>MITT</DT><DD>Mobile Integrated Tactical Terminal </DD><DT>MITTS</DT><DD>Mobile Intelligence Tactical Transmission (System) </DD><DT>MIUW</DT><DD>Mobile Inshore Undersea Warfare </DD><DT>MIW</DT><DD>Mine Warfare </DD><DT>MJCS</DT><DD>Memorandum for the Joint Chiefs of Staff </DD><DT>MK-5O</DT><DD>Advance Lightweight Torpedo </DD><DT>MK</DT><DD>V Mark V Special Operations Craft </DD><DT>MLA</DT><DD>Multispectral Linear Array </DD><DT>MLBM</DT><DD>Modern Large Ballistic Missile </DD><DT>MLE</DT><DD>Mobile Logistics Element </DD><DT>MLLW</DT><DD>Mean Lower Low Water </DD><DT>MLM</DT><DD>Military Liaison Mission </DD><DT>MLNIS</DT><DD>Modified Atlantic Naval Intelligence Summary </DD><DT>MLO</DT><DD>Military Liaison Office </DD><DT>MLP</DT><DD>Multi-Line Phone </DD><DT>MLPP</DT><DD>Multilevel Precedence Preemption </DD><DT>MLRP</DT><DD>Marine Corps Long-Range Plan </DD><DT>MLRS</DT><DD>Multiple Launch Rocket System </DD><DT>MLS</DT><DD>(1) Microwave Landing System; (2) Multi-Level Security; (3) Multi-Level Simulcast </DD><DT>MLSATCOM</DT><DD>Military Satellite Communications </DD><DT>MLST</DT><DD>Mobile Logistics Support Team </DD><DT>MLW</DT><DD>Mean Low Water </DD><DT>MM</DT><DD>(1) Millimeter; (2) Million; (3) Manual Morse; (4) Minelayer </DD><DT>MMB</DT><DD>Miniature Multiband Beacon </DD><DT>MMI</DT><DD>Man/Machine Interface </DD><DT>MMIC</DT><DD>Monolithic Microwave Integrated Circuit </DD><DT>MMIS</DT><DD>Military Man in Space </DD><DT>MMP</DT><DD>MAGTF Master Plan </DD><DT>MMS</DT><DD>Multimission Modular Spacecraft </DD><DT>MMU</DT><DD>Manned Maneuvering Unit </DD><DT>MMW</DT><DD>Millimeter Wave </DD><DT>MN</DT><DD>Multinational </DD><DT>MNAS</DT><DD>MAXI Network Access System </DD><DT>MNC</DT><DD>Major NATO Command (NATO) </DD><DT>MND</DT><DD>Multi-National Division </DD><DT>MNF</DT><DD>Multi-National Force </DD><DT>MNIC</DT><DD>Multinational Intelligence Cell </DD><DT>MNMIC</DT><DD>Modernized NMIC </DD><DT>MNS</DT><DD>Mission Needs Statement </DD><DT>MNTHS</DT><DD>Months </DD><DT>MNU</DT><DD>Middle Name Unknown </DD><DT>MO</DT><DD>Counter-Terrorism Database </DD><DT>MOA</DT><DD>(1) Memorandum of Agreement; (2) Military Operating Area </DD><DT>MOAF</DT><DD>Mission-Oriented Assessment Framework </DD><DT>MOB</DT><DD>(1) Main Operating Base; (2) Missile Order of Battle; (3) Mobilization </DD><DT>MOBDES</DT><DD>Mobilization Designee (now IMA) </DD><DT>MOBEX</DT><DD>Mobilization Exercise </DD><DT>MOBS</DT><DD>Multiple-Orbit Bombardment System </DD><DT>MOBSTA</DT><DD>Mobilization Station </DD><DT>MOBTDA</DT><DD>Mobilization Table of Distribution and Allowances </DD><DT>MOC</DT><DD>(1) Minister of Communications; (2) Mission Operations Center; (3) Mission Operations Chief </DD><DT>MOD</DT><DD>(1) Ministry of Defense; (2) Mobile Obstacle Detachment </DD><DT>MODA</DT><DD>Ministry of Defense and Aviation </DD><DT>MODCOM</DT><DD>Modular Communications </DD><DT>MODEMS</DT><DD>Modulation/Demodulation Equipment </DD><DT>MODS</DT><DD>Multiple Object Data System </DD><DT>MOE</DT><DD>Measure of Effectiveness </DD><DT>MOGAS</DT><DD>Motor Gasoline </DD><DT>MOICPAC</DT><DD>Maritime Operational Intelligence Center, Pacific </DD><DT>MOJT</DT><DD>Managed On-the-Job Training </DD><DT>MOL</DT><DD>Manned Orbital Laboratory </DD><DT>MOLINK</DT><DD>Moscow/Washington Emergency Communications Link </DD><DT>MOLNIYA</DT><DD>Soviet (FSU) satellite </DD><DT>MOM</DT><DD>Ministry of General Machine Building (FSU) </DD><DT>MOMCOMS</DT><DD>Man-on-the-Move Communications System </DD><DT>MOOTW</DT><DD>Military Operations Other Than War </DD><DT>MOP</DT><DD>(1) JCS Memorandum of Policy; (2) Ministry of Defense Industry (FSU) </DD><DT>MOPOT</DT><DD>Mobile PSYOP Transmitter </DD><DT>MOPP</DT><DD>Mission-Oriented Protective Posture </DD><DT>MOPS</DT><DD>Million Operations per Second </DD><DT>MORL</DT><DD>Manned Orbital Research Laboratory </DD><DT>mort</DT><DD>Mortar </DD><DT>MORTREP</DT><DD>Mortar Bombing Report </DD><DT>MOS</DT><DD>(1) Military Occupational Specialty; (2) Maritime Operational Intelligence Summary; (3) Marine Observation Satellite </DD><DT>MOSFET</DT><DD>Metal-Oxide Semiconductor Field-Effect Transistor </DD><DT>MOSS</DT><DD>Manned Orbital Space Station </DD><DT>MOST</DT><DD>Mosaic Optical Sensor Technology </DD><DT>MOSW</DT><DD>Military Operations Short of War </DD><DT>MOT</DT><DD>Military Ocean Terminal </DD><DT>MOTIF</DT><DD>Maui Optical Tracking and Identification Facility </DD><DT>MOU</DT><DD>Memorandum of Understanding </DD><DT>MOUT</DT><DD>Military Operations in Urban Terrain </DD><DT>MOV</DT><DD>Military Owned Vehicle </DD><DT>MP</DT><DD>(1) Military Police; (2) Military Personnel </DD><DT>MP&B</DT><DD>Mission Planning and Briefing </DD><DT>MPA</DT><DD>(1) Maritime Patrol Aircraft; (2) Mission and Payload Assessment; (3) Mission Planning Agent </DD><DT>MPARE</DT><DD>Mission Planning, Analysis, Rehearsal, and Execution System </DD><DT>MPC</DT><DD>(1) Mobile Processing Center; (2) Manpower and Personnel Center; (3) Message Processing Center; (4) Media Production </DD><DT>Center</DT><DD></DD><DT>MPDS</DT><DD>Message Processing and Distribution System </DD><DT>MPDT</DT><DD>Message Processing Distribution Terminal </DD><DT>MPEG</DT><DD>Motion Picture Experts Group </DD><DT>MPF</DT><DD>(1) Maritime Prepositioned Force; (2) Message Processing Facility; (3) Mission Planning Folder; (4) Media Production Center </DD><DT>MPF-E</DT><DD>Maritime Prepositioning Force Enhanced </DD><DT>MPI</DT><DD>Mean Point of Impact </DD><DT>MPM</DT><DD>Mission Planning Module </DD><DT>MPN</DT><DD>MSE Packet Network </DD><DT>MPP</DT><DD>Massively Parallel Processing </DD><DT>MPRS</DT><DD>Mission Planning and Rehearsal Segment </DD><DT>MPS</DT><DD>(1) Maritime Prepositioned Ships; (2) Message Processing System; (3) Master Personnel System; (4) Modular Printing </DD><DT>System</DT><DD></DD><DT>MPSOC</DT><DD>Multi-Purpose Satellite Operations Center </DD><DT>MPSS</DT><DD>Ministry of Communications Equipment Industry (FSU) </DD><DT>MPWS</DT><DD>Mobile Protected Weapon System </DD><DT>MQS</DT><DD>Military Qualification and Standards System </DD><DT>MR</DT><DD>(1) Military Region; (2) Medium Range; (3) Motorized Rifle </DD><DT>MRB</DT><DD>Motorized Rifle Battalion </DD><DT>MRBM</DT><DD>Medium-Range Ballistic Missile </DD><DT>MRC</DT><DD>(1) Movement Report Center; (2) Military Region Command; (3) Motorized Rifle Company; (4) Major Regional Contingencies; (5) Major Regional Conflict </DD><DT>MRCA</DT><DD>Multirole Combat Aircraft </DD><DT>MRCS</DT><DD>Medium-Resolution Camera System </DD><DT>MRD</DT><DD>(1) Mission Rehearsal Device; (2) Motorized Rifle Division </DD><DT>MRDBS</DT><DD>(1) MASINT Requirements Data Base System; (2) Measurement and Signature Intelligence Requirements Database </DD><DT>MRDFS</DT><DD>Man-Transportable Radio Direction-Finding System </DD><DT>MRDC</DT><DD>Missile Research and Development Command (U.S. Army) </DD><DT>MRF</DT><DD>Ministry of Radio Industry (FSU) </DD><DT>MRI</DT><DD>Military-Related Intelligence </DD><DT>MRK</DT><DD>Manual Remote (re)Keying </DD><DT>MRL</DT><DD>(1) Multiple Rocket Launcher; (2) Master Requirements List </DD><DT>MRLS</DT><DD>Multiple Rocket Launcher System </DD><DT>MRLOGAEUR</DT><DD>Minimum Required Logistics Augmentation Europe </DD><DT>MROC</DT><DD>(1) Multiple-Command Required Operational Capability; (2) Minimum Required Operational Capabilities </DD><DT>MRP</DT><DD>Mobilization Readiness Project </DD><DT>MRPE</DT><DD>Mobile Receive Processing and Exploitation </DD><DT>MRR</DT><DD>Motorized Rifle Regiment </DD><DT>MRS</DT><DD>Movement and Reinforcement Study </DD><DT>MRT</DT><DD>(1) Mobile Remote Terminal; (2) Miniature Receiver Terminal </DD><DT>MR-UAV</DT><DD>Medium-Range Unmanned Airborne Vehicle </DD><DT>MRV</DT><DD>Multiple Reentry Vehicle </DD><DT>MRVC</DT><DD>Multi-Rate Voice Card (Red Switch) </DD><DT>ms</DT><DD>Millisecond </DD><DT>MS</DT><DD>(1) Multispectral; (2) Mobilization Station </DD><DT>M&S</DT><DD>Modeling and Simulation </DD><DT>m/s</DT><DD>Meters per Second </DD><DT>MS-DOS</DT><DD>Microsoft Disk Operating System </DD><DT>MSA</DT><DD>(1) Military Strength Assessment; (2) Minimum Safe Altitude </DD><DT>MSAM</DT><DD>Medium Surface-to-Air Missile </DD><DT>MSB</DT><DD>Minesweeping Boat </DD><DT>MSC</DT><DD>(1) Military Sealift Command; (2) Coastal Minesweeper; (3) Major Subordinate Command (NATO); (4) Military Staff </DD><DT>Committee</DT><DD></DD><DT>MSCD</DT><DD>Military Support to Civil Defense </DD><DT>MSCS</DT><DD>Multiple Source Correlation System </DD><DT>MSCT</DT><DD>Training Coastal Minesweeper </DD><DT>MSD</DT><DD>(1) Minesweeping Drone; (2) Mensuration Support Data </DD><DT>MSDF</DT><DD>Maritime Self-Defense Force (Japan) </DD><DT>MSE</DT><DD>Mobile/Multi Subscriber Equipment (Network) (U.S. Army) </DD><DT>MSEL</DT><DD>Master Scenario Events List </DD><DT>MSF</DT><DD>(1) Fleet Minesweeper; (2) Mobile Strike Force; (3) Medicines Sans Frontiers </DD><DT>MSG</DT><DD>(1) Marine Security Guard; (2) Military Support Group </DD><DT>Msg</DT><DD>Message </DD><DT>MSGGEN</DT><DD>Message Generator </DD><DT>MSH</DT><DD>Mine Hunter </DD><DT>MSI</DT><DD>(1) Inshore Minesweeper; (2) Multi-Spectral Imagery; (3) Multisensor Interpretation </DD><DT>MSIC</DT><DD>Missile and Space Intelligence Center </DD><DT>MSID</DT><DD>Message Identifier </DD><DT>MSIP</DT><DD>(1) Multi-Spectral Image Processor; (2) Multisensored Intelligence Processor </DD><DT>MSK</DT><DD>Minimum Shift Keying </DD><DT>MSL</DT><DD>(1) Missile; (2) Mean Sea Level </DD><DT>MSM</DT><DD>(1) Minesweeper (River); (2) Ministry of Medium Machine Building (FSU) </DD><DT>MSN</DT><DD>Mission </DD><DT>MSO</DT><DD>(1) Ocean Minesweeper; (2) Marine Safety Office; (3) MILSATCOM Systems Office </DD><DT>MSP</DT><DD>Ministry of Shipbuilding Industry (FSU) </DD><DT>MSPB</DT><DD>Merit System Protection Board </DD><DT>MSPF</DT><DD>Marine Special Purpose Forces </DD><DT>MSR</DT><DD>(1) Patrol Minesweeper; (2) Main Supply Route; (3) Missile Site Radar </DD><DT>MSRT</DT><DD>(1) Mobile Subscriber Radio Telephone; (2) Mobile Subscriber Remote Terminal </DD><DT>MSS</DT><DD>(1) Message Support Subsystem; (2) Specialized Minesweeper; (3) Moored Sonobuoy System; (4) Mission-Management Support System; (5) Mission Support System; (6) Multispectral </DD><DT>Scanner</DT><DD></DD><DT>MSSC</DT><DD>(1) Medium SEAL Support Craft; (2) Specialized Coastal Minesweeper; (3) MEU Service Support Group </DD><DT>MSSI</DT><DD>Master of Science of Strategic Intelligence </DD><DT>MSSP</DT><DD>Multi-Functional Smart Sensor Packages </DD><DT>MSSS</DT><DD>Maui Space Surveillance System </DD><DT>MST</DT><DD>(1) Mutual Security Treaty; (2) Maintenance Support Team; (3) Miniature Satellite Transceiver; (4) Multiband Satellite Terminal </DD><DT>MSTS</DT><DD>(1) Multisource Tactical System; (2) Multisource Transceiver System </DD><DT>MSU</DT><DD>(1) Major Subordinate Unit; (2) Ministry of the Soviet Union </DD><DT>MSW</DT><DD>MASINT Server/Workstation </DD><DT>MT</DT><DD>(1) Metric Ton; (2) Megaton; (3) Motor Transport; (4) Maintenance Trainer; (5) Machine Translation </DD><DT>MT-LB</DT><DD>Soviet (FSU) Tracked Vehicle </DD><DT>MTA</DT><DD>Maritime Threat Analysis </DD><DT>MTACCS</DT><DD>(1) Marine Tactical Command and Control System; (2) Marine Tactical Air Command Center System </DD><DT>MTAS</DT><DD>Multisensor Target Acquisition System </DD><DT>MTB</DT><DD>Motor Torpedo Boat </DD><DT>MTBF</DT><DD>Mean Time Between Failures </DD><DT>MTBSP</DT><DD>Mobilization Troop Basis Stationing Plan </DD><DT>MTCACS</DT><DD>Marine Corps Tactical Command and Control System </DD><DT>MTCR</DT><DD>Missile Technology Control Regime </DD><DT>MTDS</DT><DD>Military Tactical Data System </DD><DT>MTF</DT><DD>Message Test Format </DD><DT>MTG</DT><DD>Master Training Guide </DD><DT>MTH</DT><DD>Memorandum To Holder </DD><DT>MTI</DT><DD>Moving Target Indicator </DD><DT>MTIB</DT><DD>Soviet (FSU) Amphibious Armored Tractor </DD><DT>MTIC</DT><DD>Military Target Intelligence Committee </DD><DT>MTIMS</DT><DD>Military Target Intelligence Management Structure </DD><DT>MTIT</DT><DD>Military Technical Intelligence Team </DD><DT>MTL</DT><DD>Mean Tide Level </DD><DT>MTLR</DT><DD>Moving Target-Locating Radar </DD><DT>MTL(S)</DT><DD>Material(s) </DD><DT>MTMC</DT><DD>Military Traffic Management Command </DD><DT>MTN</DT><DD>(1) Mountain; (2) M22 Tactical Network </DD><DT>MTO</DT><DD>Mission Type Order </DD><DT>MTO&E</DT><DD>Modified Table of Organization & Equipment </DD><DT>MTP</DT><DD>(1) Mission Training Plan; (2) Master Training Plan </DD><DT>Mtr</DT><DD>Motor </DD><DT>MTS</DT><DD>(1) Maritime Tactical Schools (NATO); (2) Man-Transportable SOCRATES; (3) Masked Target Sensor </DD><DT>MTST</DT><DD>Magnetic Tape Selectric Typewriter (IBM) </DD><DT>MTT</DT><DD>(1) Military Training Team; (2) Mobile Training Team </DD><DT>MTTR</DT><DD>Mean Time To Repair </DD><DT>MTZ</DT><DD>Motorized Infantry </DD><DT>MULE</DT><DD>Modular Universal Laser Equipment </DD><DT>MUSARC</DT><DD>Major United States Army Reserve Command </DD><DT>MUSIC</DT><DD>Multi-User Special Intelligence Communications </DD><DT>MUSE</DT><DD>MC&G Utility Software Environment </DD><DT>MUTES</DT><DD>Multiple Threat Emitter System </DD><DT>MUX</DT><DD>Multiplexer </DD><DT>Mvr</DT><DD>Maneuver </DD><DT>MV</DT><DD>Magnetic Variation </DD><DT>MVS</DT><DD>Multiple Virtual Storage </DD><DT>MVS/XA</DT><DD>Multiple Virtual System/Extended Architecture </DD><DT>MW</DT><DD>(1) Mine Warfare; (2) Millimeter Wave; (3) Microwave; (4) Missile Wing </DD><DT>MW/AA</DT><DD>Missile Warning/Attack Assessment </DD><DT>MWC</DT><DD>Missile Warning Center </DD><DT>MWDS</DT><DD>Missile Warning Display Subsystem </DD><DT>MWHQ</DT><DD>Mobile War Headquarters </DD><DT>MWIR</DT><DD>Medium Wavelength Infrared </DD><DT>MWL</DT><DD>Mean Water Level </DD><DT>MWR</DT><DD>Morale, Welfare, and Recreation </DD><DT>MWS</DT><DD>Missile Warning System </DD><DT>MWTGM</DT><DD>Millimeter Wave Terminal Guided Missile </DD><DT>MX</DT><DD>(1) Missile, Experimental; (2) Peacekeeper Ballistic Missile; (3) Mechanized; (4) Mexico; (5) Mission; (6) Maintenance </DD></DL>N

<DL><DT>N</DT><DD>North </DD><DT>N2</DT><DD>(1) Director of Intelligence (Naval Component); (2) Navy Staff Intellligence Officer </DD><DT>N/A</DT><DD>Not Applicable </DD><DT>NA</DT><DD>Navy </DD><DT>NAA</DT><DD>North Atlantic Alliance </DD><DT>NAADM</DT><DD>North American Air Defense Modernization </DD><DT>NAASW</DT><DD>Nonacoustic Antisubmarine Warfare </DD><DT>NAAWS</DT><DD>NATO Antiair Warfare System </DD><DT>NAB</DT><DD>(1) NATO Air Base Satellite (System); (2) Naval Amphibious Base; (3) Naval Air Base </DD><DT>NAC</DT><DD>(1) North Atlantic Council (NATO); (2) No Apparent Change; (3) National Agency Check; (4) Network Access Controller </DD><DT>NACA</DT><DD>National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics </DD><DT>NACAA</DT><DD>National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics and </DD><DT>Astronautics</DT><DD></DD><DT>NACAM</DT><DD>National COMSEC Advisory Memorandum </DD><DT>NACC</DT><DD>Net Assessment Coordinating Committee </DD><DT>NACDF</DT><DD>National Area Coverage Data File </DD><DT>NACIC</DT><DD>National CI Center </DD><DT>NACIPB</DT><DD>National CI Policy Board </DD><DT>NACOB</DT><DD>National CI Operations Board </DD><DT>NACSI</DT><DD>National COMSEC Instruction </DD><DT>NACSIM</DT><DD>National COMSEC Information Memorandum </DD><DT>NADGE</DT><DD>NATO Air Defense Ground Environment </DD><DT>NADS</DT><DD>North Atlantic Defense System </DD><DT>NAEW</DT><DD>NATO Airborne Early Warning (System) </DD><DT>NAF</DT><DD>(1) Numbered Air Force; (2) Naval Air Facility </DD><DT>NAFI</DT><DD>Non-Appropriated Fund Instrumentality </DD><DT>NAFIS</DT><DD>Naval Forces Intelligence Study </DD><DT>NAI</DT><DD>Named Areas of Interest </DD><DT>NAIC</DT><DD>National Aerospace Intelligence Center </DD><DT>NAK</DT><DD>Negative Acknowledge </DD><DT>NALE</DT><DD>Naval Liaison Element </DD><DT>NAM</DT><DD>(1) Non-Aligned Movement; (2) Naval Armaments Model </DD><DT>NAMSO</DT><DD>NATO Maintenance and Supply Organization </DD><DT>nano</DT><DD>one billionth </DD><DT>NAOB</DT><DD>Naval Air Order of Battle </DD><DT>NAOC</DT><DD>National Airborne Operations Center </DD><DT>NAOS</DT><DD>North Atlantic Ocean Station </DD><DT>NARA</DT><DD>National Archives and Records Administration </DD><DT>NARRS</DT><DD>NORTHAG Reconnaissance Reporting System </DD><DT>NAS</DT><DD>(1) Naval Air Station; (2) Network Access System; (3) National Academy of Science </DD><DT>NASA</DT><DD>National Aeronautics and Space Administration </DD><DT>NASACOM</DT><DD>NASA Communications Network </DD><DT>NASF</DT><DD>NIC Analyst Support Facility </DD><DT>NASIC</DT><DD>North American Air Sovereignty Intelligence Capability </DD><DT>NASP</DT><DD>National Aerospace Plane </DD><DT>NAT</DT><DD>Not Air-Transportable </DD><DT>NATé─˘L</DT><DD>National </DD><DT>NATO</DT><DD>North Atlantic Treaty Organization </DD><DT>NATO</DT><DD>ASWCS Anti-Surface Warfare Combat System </DD><DT>NAV</DT><DD>(1) Navigation; (2) Navy </DD><DT>NAVAIR</DT><DD>Naval Air Systems Command </DD><DT>NAVAL</DT><DD>AIRSHIP Naval AIRSHIP Radar Surveillance System </DD><DT>NAVASTROGRU</DT><DD>Naval Astronautics Group </DD><DT>NAVATAC</DT><DD>Navy Antiterrorist Alert Center </DD><DT>NAVCAMS</DT><DD>Naval Communications Area Master Station </DD><DT>NAVCENT</DT><DD>U.S. Naval Forces Central Command </DD><DT>NAVCOMDET</DT><DD>Naval Communications Detachment </DD><DT>NAVCOMPARS</DT><DD>Naval Communications Processing and Routing System </DD><DT>NAVCOMTELCOM</DT><DD>Naval Computer and Telecommunications Command </DD><DT>NAVCOMSTA</DT><DD>Naval Communication Station </DD><DT>NAVDAC</DT><DD>Naval Data Automation Command </DD><DT>NAVELEX</DT><DD>Naval Electronic Systems Command </DD><DT>NAVEUR</DT><DD>U.S. Naval Forces, Europe </DD><DT>NAVFAC</DT><DD>(1) Naval Facility; (2) Naval Shore Facilities </DD><DT>NAVFOR</DT><DD>Naval Forces </DD><DT>NAVFORK</DT><DD>Naval Forces Korea </DD><DT>NAVIDS/SIS</DT><DD>Navigational Aids/Selective Identification System </DD><DT>NAVINTCOM</DT><DD>Naval Intelligence Command </DD><DT>NAVLGRU</DT><DD>Naval Liaison Group </DD><DT>NAVMACS</DT><DD>Navy Modular Automated Communications System </DD><DT>NAVMIC</DT><DD>Naval Maritime Intelligence Command </DD><DT>NAVMAP</DT><DD>Navy Missile Analysis Program </DD><DT>NAVMARINTCEN</DT><DD>Naval Maritime Intelligence Center </DD><DT>NAVMAT</DT><DD>Naval Material Command </DD><DT>NAVNET</DT><DD>Navy Data Network </DD><DT>NAVOCEANCOMDET</DT><DD>Naval Oceanography Command Detachment </DD><DT>NAVOCEANO</DT><DD>Naval Oceanographic Office </DD><DT>NAVOCFORMED</DT><DD>Naval On-Call Force for the Mediterranean (NATO) </DD><DT>NAVOPINTCEN</DT><DD>Naval Operations Intelligence Center </DD><DT>NAVPGSCHOOL</DT><DD>Naval Postgraduate School </DD><DT>NAVRADSTA</DT><DD>Naval Radio Station </DD><DT>NAVRES</DT><DD>Naval Reserve </DD><DT>NAVS</DT><DD>Navigators </DD><DT>NAVSAT</DT><DD>Navigation Satellite </DD><DT>NAVSATCOMFAC</DT><DD>Naval Satellite Communications Facility </DD><DT>NAVSEA</DT><DD>Naval Sea Systems Command </DD><DT>NAVSEC</DT><DD>Naval Ship Engineering Center </DD><DT>NAVSECGRU</DT><DD>Naval Security Group </DD><DT>NAVSECGRUACT</DT><DD>Naval Security Group Activity </DD><DT>NAVSECGRUCOM</DT><DD>Naval Security Group Command </DD><DT>NAVSECSTA</DT><DD>Naval Security Station </DD><DT>NAVSO</DT><DD>Naval Forces, South </DD><DT>NAVSOC</DT><DD>Naval Special Operations Command </DD><DT>NAVSOF</DT><DD>Naval Special Operations Forces </DD><DT>NAVSOUTH</DT><DD>Naval Forces, Southern Command </DD><DT>NAVSPACECOM</DT><DD>Naval Space Command </DD><DT>NAVSPASUR</DT><DD>Naval Space Surveillance Activity </DD><DT>NAVSPAWAR</DT><DD>Naval Space and Warfare Systems Command </DD><DT>NAVSPECWARCEN</DT><DD>Navy Special Warfare Center </DD><DT>NAVSPECBOATRON</DT><DD>Navy Special Boat Squadron </DD><DT>NAVSPECWARCOM</DT><DD>Naval Special Warfare Command </DD><DT>NAVSPECWARDEVGRU</DT><DD>Naval Special Warfare Development Group </DD><DT>NAVSPECWARGRU</DT><DD>Naval Special Warfare Group </DD><DT>NAVSPECWARUNIT</DT><DD>Naval Special Warfare Unit </DD><DT>NAVSPOC</DT><DD>Naval Space Operations Center </DD><DT>NAVSTA</DT><DD>Naval Station </DD><DT>NAVSTAR</DT><DD>Navigation and Satellite Timing and Ranging </DD><DT>NAVSTAR</DT><DD>USER EQUIP NAVSTAR User Equipment </DD><DT>NAVSUPACT</DT><DD>Naval Support Activity </DD><DT>NAVTECHINTCEN</DT><DD>Naval Technical Intelligence Center </DD><DT>NAVTELCOM</DT><DD>Naval Telecommunications Command </DD><DT>NAVWARCOL</DT><DD>Naval War College </DD><DT>NAWAS</DT><DD>National Attack Warning System </DD><DT>NAWC-AD</DT><DD>Naval Air Warfare Center-Aircraft Division </DD><DT>NAWS</DT><DD>NORAD Attack Warning System </DD><DT>NB</DT><DD>Naval Base </DD><DT>NBC</DT><DD>(1) Nuclear/Biological/Chemical; (2) National Broadcasting Corporation </DD><DT>NBCE</DT><DD>Nuclear, Biological, Chemical Element </DD><DT>NBCWRS</DT><DD>NORAD - Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Warning </DD><DT>Reporting</DT><DD></DD><DT>NBK</DT><DD>Non-Battle Killed </DD><DT>NBRG</DT><DD>National Basic Reference Graphic </DD><DT>NBS</DT><DD>National Bureau of Standards </DD><DT>NC</DT><DD>(1) No Change; (2) Node Center; (3) Narrow Coverage </DD><DT>NCA</DT><DD>National Command Authority(ies) </DD><DT>NCAPS</DT><DD>Naval Controls and Protection of Shipping </DD><DT>NCB</DT><DD>Nuclear Contingency Branch </DD><DT>NCC</DT><DD>(1) Naval Component Command; (2) Navy Command Center; (3) Net Control Center </DD><DT>NCCD</DT><DD>Nuclear Command and Control Document </DD><DT>NCCOSC</DT><DD>Naval Command, Control, and Ocean Surveillance Center </DD><DT>NCCS</DT><DD>Naval Command and Control System </DD><DT>NCDU</DT><DD>Naval Combat Demolition Unit </DD><DT>NCEUR</DT><DD>NSA/CSS Europe </DD><DT>NCIC</DT><DD>National Crime Information Center </DD><DT>NCIS</DT><DD>(1) Non-Communications Intercept System; (2) National Counterintelligence Strategy; (3) Naval Criminal Investigative Service </DD><DT>NCIS-E</DT><DD>NCIS-Europe </DD><DT>NCISFO</DT><DD>NCIS Field Office </DD><DT>NCISRA</DT><DD>NCIS Resident Agent </DD><DT>NCISRU</DT><DD>NCIS Resident Unit </DD><DT>NCMA</DT><DD>National Command and Military Authority </DD><DT>NCMC</DT><DD>National Collection Management Cell </DD><DT>NCMP</DT><DD>Navy Capabilities and Mobilization Plan </DD><DT>NCO</DT><DD>Non-Commissioned Officer </DD><DT>NCOA</DT><DD>(1) Non-Commissioned Officersé─˘ Academy; (2) Non-Commissioned Officersé─˘ Association </DD><DT>NCOC</DT><DD>NORAD Combat Operations Center </DD><DT>NCOES</DT><DD>Non-Commissioned Officersé─˘ Educational System </DD><DT>NCOIC</DT><DD>Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge </DD><DT>NCOS</DT><DD>Naval Control of Shipping </DD><DT>NCP</DT><DD>Nuclear Contingency Plan </DD><DT>NCPS</DT><DD>Nuclear Contingency Planning System </DD><DT>NCR</DT><DD>(1) National Capital Region; (2) NSA/Cryptologic Support </DD><DT>Service</DT><DD>Representative; (3) National Cryptologic Representative; (4) NSA/Central Security Service Representative </DD><DT>NCS</DT><DD>(1) National Communications System; (2) NMIC Control Subsystem; (3) Naval Control of Shipping; (4) Network Control Station; (5) Node Center Switch; (6) National Cryptologic School; (7) Net Control Station </DD><DT>NCSC</DT><DD>(1) Navy Command Support Center; (2) National Computer Security Center </DD><DT>NCSE</DT><DD>NIST Communications Support Element </DD><DT>NCSO</DT><DD>Naval Control of Shipping Office </DD><DT>NCSRT</DT><DD>Non-Communications Signal Recognition Trainer </DD><DT>NCTAMS</DT><DD>Navy Computer and Telecommunications Area Master Station </DD><DT>NCTC</DT><DD>Naval Computer and Telecommunications Center </DD><DT>NCTR</DT><DD>Non-Cooperative Target Recognition </DD><DT>NCTS</DT><DD>Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station </DD><DT>NCWA</DT><DD>NATO Civil Wartime Agency </DD><DT>NCWG</DT><DD>National Correlation Working Group </DD><DT>NCWR</DT><DD>Non-Codeword Reporting </DD><DT>ND</DT><DD>Deputy CINCNORAD </DD><DT>NDA</DT><DD>Nondisclosure Agreement </DD><DT>NDAA</DT><DD>Non-Developmental Airlift Aircraft </DD><DT>N-Day</DT><DD>Days Before D-Day </DD><DT>NDB</DT><DD>Non-Direction Beacon </DD><DT>NDCDB</DT><DD>National Digital Cartographic Database </DD><DT>NDCP</DT><DD>Navy Decision Coordinating Paper </DD><DT>NDD</DT><DD>Nuclear Detection Device </DD><DT>NDDS</DT><DD>Nuclear Detonation Detection System </DD><DT>NDGZ</DT><DD>National Desired Ground Zero </DD><DT>NDHQ</DT><DD>National Defense Headquarters (Canada) </DD><DT>NDI</DT><DD>Non-Developmental Item </DD><DT>NDIC</DT><DD>National Drug Intelligence Center </DD><DT>NDL</DT><DD>(1) Network Data Language; (2) National DGZ List </DD><DT>NDOC</DT><DD>National Defense Operations Center </DD><DT>NDP</DT><DD>(1) National Disclosure Policy; (2) Naval Doctrine Publication </DD><DT>NDPC</DT><DD>National Disclosure Policy Committee </DD><DT>NDPO</DT><DD>National Disclosure Policy Office(r) </DD><DT>NDRF</DT><DD>National Defense Reserve Fleet </DD><DT>NDS</DT><DD>(1) Nuclear Detection Satellite; (2) NPIC Data System; (3) Nuclear Detection System </DD><DT>NDU</DT><DD>National Defense University </DD><DT>NEA</DT><DD>(1) Northeast Asia; (2) National Education Association </DD><DT>NEACP</DT><DD>National Emergency Airborne Command Post </DD><DT>NEADS</DT><DD>Northeast Air Defense Sector </DD><DT>NEANMCC</DT><DD>Navy Element Alternate National Military Command Center </DD><DT>NEC</DT><DD>(1) Naval Enlisted Code; (2) Northern European Countries; (3) Navy Enlisted Classification </DD><DT>NEIC</DT><DD>USAFE NATO Equipment Interpretation Course </DD><DT>NEMVAC/NISH</DT><DD>Non-combatant Emergency Evacuation/NEO Intelligence </DD><DT>Support</DT><DD>Handbook </DD><DT>NEL</DT><DD>National Exploitation Laboratory </DD><DT>NEO</DT><DD>Noncombatant Evacuation Operation </DD><DT>NEOPACK</DT><DD>NEO Package </DD><DT>NEPA</DT><DD>National Environmental Policy Act </DD><DT>NEREP</DT><DD>Nuclear Execution and Reporting Plan </DD><DT>NES</DT><DD>Network Encryption System </DD><DT>NESDIS</DT><DD>National Environmental Satellite Data and Information Service </DD><DT>NESEA</DT><DD>Naval Electronic Systems Engineering Activity </DD><DT>NESN</DT><DD>NATO English-Speaking Nations </DD><DT>NESP</DT><DD>Navy EHF SATCOM Program </DD><DT>NET</DT><DD>(1) Not Earlier Than; (2) New Equipment Training </DD><DT>NETS</DT><DD>Nationwide Emergency Telecommunications Service </DD><DT>NETT</DT><DD>New Equipment Training Team </DD><DT>NEXIS</DT><DD>Meade Data Center News Service </DD><DT>NF</DT><DD>No Foreign Dissemination, NOFORN </DD><DT>NFA</DT><DD>(1) New Fighter Aircraft; (2) No Forwarding Address; (3) No-Fire Area </DD><DT>NFAC</DT><DD>National Foreign Assessment Center </DD><DT>NFCS</DT><DD>Nuclear Forces Communications Satellite </DD><DT>NFD</DT><DD>No Foreign Dissemination </DD><DT>NFDP</DT><DD>National Foreign Disclosure Policy </DD><DT>NFE</DT><DD>Network Front End </DD><DT>NFI</DT><DD>(1) Not Further Identified; (2) No Further Information </DD><DT>NFIB</DT><DD>National Foreign Intelligence Board (formerly USIB) </DD><DT>NFIC</DT><DD>National Foreign Intelligence Council </DD><DT>NFIP</DT><DD>National Foreign Intelligence Program </DD><DT>NFL</DT><DD>New Foreign Launch </DD><DT>NFM</DT><DD>Near-Full-Motion </DD><DT>NFS</DT><DD>Network File System </DD><DT>NFSN</DT><DD>NATO French-Speaking Nations </DD><DT>NFWS</DT><DD>Navy Fighter Weapons School </DD><DT>NFZ</DT><DD>Nuclear Free Zone </DD><DT>NG</DT><DD>National Guard </DD><DT>NGA</DT><DD>NATO Guidelines Area </DD><DT>NGAZ</DT><DD>NATO Gazetteer </DD><DT>NGB</DT><DD>National Guard Bureau </DD><DT>NGF</DT><DD>Northern Group of Forces (Soviet Forces in Poland) </DD><DT>NGFS</DT><DD>Naval Gunfire Support </DD><DT>NGIC</DT><DD>National Ground Intelligence Center </DD><DT>NGL</DT><DD>Natural Gas Liquids </DD><DT>NGO</DT><DD>Non-Governmental Organization(s) </DD><DT>NGS</DT><DD>National Ground Site </DD><DT>NHCD</DT><DD>National HUMINT Collection Directive(s) </DD><DT>NHCP</DT><DD>National HUMINT Collection Plan </DD><DT>NHO</DT><DD>Naval Hydrographic Office </DD><DT>NHRTC</DT><DD>National HUMINT Requirements Tasking Center </DD><DT>NIA</DT><DD>National Imagery Agency </DD><DT>NIAC</DT><DD>(1) National Information & Analysis Center; (2) Naval Intelligence Automation Command </DD><DT>NIAG</DT><DD>NATO Industrial Advisory Group </DD><DT>NIC</DT><DD>(1) Naval Intelligence Command; (2) National Intelligence Council; (4) Naval Intelligence Cell; (5) National Intelligence </DD><DT>Cell/Community</DT><DD></DD><DT>NICCIA</DT><DD>National CI Coordinating Authority </DD><DT>NICKA</DT><DD>Nickname and Exercise Term System </DD><DT>NICOLS</DT><DD>NIC On-Line System </DD><DT>NICS</DT><DD>NATO Integrated Communications System </DD><DT>NICSCOA</DT><DD>NATO Integrated Communications System Central Operating </DD><DT>Authority</DT><DD></DD><DT>NID</DT><DD>National Intelligence Daily </DD><DT>NIDS</DT><DD>NMCC Information Display System </DD><DT>NIE</DT><DD>National Intelligence Estimate </DD><DT>NIEO</DT><DD>New International Economic Order </DD><DT>NIETB</DT><DD>National Imagery Exploitation Target Base </DD><DT>NIETS</DT><DD>National Imagery Exploitation Tasking Study </DD><DT>NIEX</DT><DD>No-notice Interoperability Exercise </DD><DT>NIG</DT><DD>National Input Group </DD><DT>NIHS</DT><DD>NAVEUR Intelligence Highlights Summary </DD><DT>NII</DT><DD>National Information Infrastructure </DD><DT>NIIC</DT><DD>NORAD Intelligence Indications Center </DD><DT>NIIDTS</DT><DD>Naval Intelligence Imagery Data Transmission System </DD><DT>NIIRS</DT><DD>National Imagery Interpretability Rating Scale </DD><DT>NILS</DT><DD>Naval Intelligence Locating Summary </DD><DT>NIM</DT><DD>NORAD Intelligence Memorandum </DD><DT>NIMA</DT><DD>National Imagery and Mapping Agency </DD><DT>NIO</DT><DD>National Intelligence Officer </DD><DT>NIP</DT><DD>(1) Notice of Intelligence Potential; (2) National Intelligence Priorities; (3) NATO Interoperability Plan </DD><DT>NIPIR</DT><DD>Nuclear Immediate Photo Interpretation Report </DD><DT>NIPRNET</DT><DD>Unclassified-but Sensitive (N) Internet Protocol Router Network </DD><DT>NIPS</DT><DD>(1) NMCC Information Processing System; (2) Naval Intelligence Processing System </DD><DT>NIPSSA</DT><DD>Naval Intelligence Processing Systems Support Activity </DD><DT>NIPSTRAFAC</DT><DD>Naval Intelligence Processing Systems Training Facility </DD><DT>NIS</DT><DD>(1) National Intelligence Summary; (2) National Intelligence Survey; (3) Naval Investigative Service; (4) NATO Identification System; (5) NPIC Information System (former NDS); (6) Newly </DD><DT>Independent</DT><DD>States; (7) National Imagery Segment; (8) National </DD><DT>Input</DT><DD>Segment; (9) NIPCImagery System; (10) Network Information System </DD><DT>NISAC</DT><DD>National Industrial Security Advisory Committee </DD><DT>NISAM</DT><DD>Naval Intelligence Systems Architecture Manual </DD><DT>NISC</DT><DD>Naval Intelligence Support Center (U.S. Navy) (now NIC) </DD><DT>NISCOM</DT><DD>Naval Investigative Service Command </DD><DT>NISHQ</DT><DD>Naval Investigative Service Headquarters </DD><DT>NISO</DT><DD>Naval Investigative Service Office </DD><DT>NISP</DT><DD>Nuclear Weapons Intelligence Support Plan </DD><DT>NISR</DT><DD>National Intelligence Situation Report </DD><DT>NIST</DT><DD>(1) National Intelligence Support Team; (2) National Institute of Standards and Technology </DD><DT>NIT</DT><DD>National Intelligence Topic </DD><DT>NITF</DT><DD>National Imagery Transmission Format </DD><DT>NITFS</DT><DD>NITF Standard </DD><DT>NIU</DT><DD>Network Interface Unit </DD><DT>NKIL</DT><DD>North Korea Installation List </DD><DT>NKSR</DT><DD>Nonkernel Security Related Software </DD><DT>NLC</DT><DD>National Logistical Command </DD><DT>NLI</DT><DD>Natural Language Interface </DD><DT>NLM</DT><DD>Netware Loadable Module </DD><DT>NLP</DT><DD>Natural Language Processing </DD><DT>NLOS</DT><DD>Non-Line-of-Sight Weapon System </DD><DT>NLS</DT><DD>Non-Lethal Submunitions </DD><DT>NLT</DT><DD>Not Later Than </DD><DT>NLZ</DT><DD>No-Loan Zone </DD><DT>NM</DT><DD>Nautical Mile </DD><DT>NMC</DT><DD>(1) Naval Materiel Command; (2) NATO Military Council </DD><DT>NMCC</DT><DD>National Military Command Center </DD><DT>NMCC(A)</DT><DD>National Military Command Center (Alternate) </DD><DT>NMCS</DT><DD>National Military Command System </DD><DT>NMCSSC</DT><DD>National Military Command Systems Support Center </DD><DT>NMD</DT><DD>National Military Defense </DD><DT>NMI</DT><DD>No Middle Initial </DD><DT>NMIC</DT><DD>(1) National Military Intelligence Center (archaic, now NMJIC); (2) National Maritime Intelligence Center </DD><DT>NMICC</DT><DD>NATO Maritime Intelligence Coordination Center </DD><DT>NMICSS</DT><DD>NMIC Support System </DD><DT>NMIS</DT><DD>National Military Intelligence Support </DD><DT>NMIST</DT><DD>National Military Intelligence Support Team </DD><DT>NMITC</DT><DD>(1) Navy-Marine Corps Intelligence Training Center; (2) National Military Intelligence Training Center </DD><DT>NMJCC</DT><DD>National Military Joint Command Center </DD><DT>NMJIC</DT><DD>National Military Joint Intelligence Center </DD><DT>NMN</DT><DD>No Middle Name </DD><DT>NMOSS</DT><DD>NATO Maritime Operational Support System </DD><DT>NMRL</DT><DD>National MASINT Requirements List </DD><DT>NMS</DT><DD>National Military Strategy </DD><DT>NMSD</DT><DD>National Military Strategy Document </DD><DT>NMIC</DT><DD>National Military Intelligence Center </DD><DT>NMICC</DT><DD>National Military Intelligence Collection Center </DD><DT>NMJIC</DT><DD>National Military Joint Intelligence Center </DD><DT>NN</DT><DD>Neural Network </DD><DT>NNA</DT><DD>Neutral and Non-Aligned </DD><DT>NNAG</DT><DD>NATO Naval Armaments Group </DD><DT>NNBIS</DT><DD>National Narcotics Border Interdiction System </DD><DT>NNICP</DT><DD>National Nuclear Intelligence Collection Plan </DD><DT>NNWS</DT><DD>Non-Nuclear Weapons States </DD><DT>NOAA</DT><DD>National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration </DD><DT>NOB</DT><DD>(1) Naval Order of Battle; (2) Nuclear Order of Battle </DD><DT>NOBS</DT><DD>Naval Operations Bases </DD><DT>NOBTS</DT><DD>Naval Order of Battle Textual Summary </DD><DT>NOC</DT><DD>(1) Naval Operations Center; (2) Network Operations Center </DD><DT>NOCONTRACT</DT><DD>Not Releasable to Contractors or Contractor </DD><DT>Consultants</DT><DD></DD><DT>NOD</DT><DD>Night Observation Device </DD><DT>NOE</DT><DD>Nap-of-the-Earth </DD><DT>NOFORN</DT><DD>Not Releasable to Foreign Nationals </DD><DT>NOIAN</DT><DD>National Operations and Intelligence Analysts Net </DD><DT>NOIC</DT><DD>Naval Operational Intelligence Center </DD><DT>NOIWON</DT><DD>National Operations and Intelligence Watch Officers Network </DD><DT>NOK</DT><DD>Next Of Kin </DD><DT>NOMS</DT><DD>Nuclear Operations Monitoring System </DD><DT>NOPF</DT><DD>Naval Ocean Processing Facility </DD><DT>NOR</DT><DD>Norway </DD><DT>NORAD</DT><DD>North American Aerospace Defense Command </DD><DT>NORD</DT><DD>Nordic </DD><DT>NORIP</DT><DD>NORAD Intelligence For Planning Document </DD><DT>NORLANT</DT><DD>North Atlantic </DD><DT>NORMIB</DT><DD>NORAD Missile Intelligence Bulletin </DD><DT>NORSAR</DT><DD>Norwegian Seismic Array </DD><DT>NORSIB</DT><DD>NORAD Weekly Space Intelligence Bulletin </DD><DT>NORTHAG</DT><DD>Northern Army Group </DD><DT>NORTIC</DT><DD>NORAD Tactical Intelligence Cell </DD><DT>NOSC</DT><DD>Naval Ocean Systems Center </DD><DT>NOSG</DT><DD>Naval Operations Support Group </DD><DT>NOSIC</DT><DD>Naval Ocean Surveillance Information Center </DD><DT>NOTAL</DT><DD>Not To All (message distribution restriction) </DD><DT>NPA</DT><DD>New Peopleé─˘s Army </DD><DT>NPB</DT><DD>Neutral Particle Beam </DD><DT>NPE</DT><DD>Nuclear Planning and Execution </DD><DT>NPES</DT><DD>Nuclear Planning and Execution System </DD><DT>NPGS</DT><DD>Naval Postgraduate School </DD><DT>NPHR</DT><DD>National Foreign Intelligence Plan for Human Resources </DD><DT>NPIC</DT><DD>National Photographic Interpretation Center </DD><DT>NPR</DT><DD>Nuclear Posture Review </DD><DT>NPS</DT><DD>Nuclear Planning System </DD><DT>NPT</DT><DD>Non-Proliferation (of Nuclear Weapons) Treaty </DD><DT>NR</DT><DD>(1) Research Submarine (Nuclear); (2) Naval Reserve; (3) Non-Recurring; (4) Number </DD><DT>NRAD</DT><DD>NCCOSC Research, Development, Test and Evaluation Division </DD><DT>NRC</DT><DD>National Research Council </DD><DT>NRCC</DT><DD>NORAD Region Combat Center </DD><DT>NRDL</DT><DD>Naval Radiological Defense Laboratory </DD><DT>NRF</DT><DD>Naval Reserve Force </DD><DT>NRFI</DT><DD>Non-Recurring Finished Intelligence </DD><DT>NRI</DT><DD>Net Radio Interference </DD><DT>NRIP</DT><DD>Naval Reserve Intelligence Program </DD><DT>NRIS</DT><DD>National Radar Interpretability Scale </DD><DT>NR</DT><DD>JOIC Northwestern Region Joint Operational Intelligence Cell </DD><DT>NRL</DT><DD>(1) Naval Research Laboratory; (2) NUWEP Reconnaissance List; (3) National Receive Location </DD><DT>NRO</DT><DD>National Reconnaissance Office </DD><DT>NROSS</DT><DD>Navy Remote Ocean Surveillance Satellite </DD><DT>NRP</DT><DD>(1) National Reconnaissance Program; (2) Net Radio Protocol </DD><DT>NRT</DT><DD>(1) Near Real Time; (2) Net Registered Tonnage </DD><DT>NRTEM</DT><DD>Near-Real-Time Exploitation Module </DD><DT>NRTI</DT><DD>Near-Real-Time Information </DD><DT>NRTS</DT><DD>Naval Reconnaissance and Technical Support </DD><DT>NSA</DT><DD>(1) National Security Agency; (2) National Shipping Authority; (3) National Standards Association; (4) Naval Support Activity </DD><DT>NSAD</DT><DD>Network Security Architecture and Design </DD><DT>NSA/CSS</DT><DD>National Security Agency/Central Security Service </DD><DT>NSAM</DT><DD>National Security Action Memorandum </DD><DT>NSARC</DT><DD>Navy Systems Acquisition Review Council </DD><DT>NSC</DT><DD>(1) National Security Council; (2) Naval Supply Center </DD><DT>NSC/DC</DT><DD>Deputies Committee of the NSC </DD><DT>NSCID</DT><DD>National Security Council Intelligence Directive </DD><DT>NSCIG</DT><DD>National Security Council Interdepartmental Group </DD><DT>NSD</DT><DD>National Security Directive </DD><DT>NSDD</DT><DD>National Security Decision Directive </DD><DT>NSDM</DT><DD>National Security Decision Memorandum </DD><DT>NSE</DT><DD>(1) Naval Support Element; (2) National Support Element </DD><DT>nsec</DT><DD>Nanosecond </DD><DT>NSEP</DT><DD>National Security Emergency Preparedness </DD><DT>NSF</DT><DD>National Science Foundation </DD><DT>NSFS</DT><DD>National Surface Fire Support </DD><DT>NSG</DT><DD>Naval Security Group </DD><DT>NSGA</DT><DD>Naval Security Group Activity </DD><DT>NSGC</DT><DD>Naval Security Group Command </DD><DT>NSGD</DT><DD>Naval Security Group Detachment </DD><DT>NSI</DT><DD>National Security Information </DD><DT>NSIC</DT><DD>Naval Security and Investigative Command </DD><DT>NSN</DT><DD>National Stock Number </DD><DT>NSNF</DT><DD>Non-Strategic Nuclear Forces </DD><DT>NSO</DT><DD>(1) Non-SlOP Option; (2) Network Security Officer </DD><DT>NSOC</DT><DD>(1) National Security Operations Center (formerly National SIGINT Operations Center); (2) Naval Special Operations Command </DD><DT>NSOF</DT><DD>Naval Status of Forces </DD><DT>NSP</DT><DD>NORAD/USSPACECOM </DD><DT>NISPC</DT><DD>National In-Service Production Centers </DD><DT>NSPG</DT><DD>National Security Planning Group </DD><DT>NSRB</DT><DD>National Security Resources Board </DD><DT>NSRDB</DT><DD>National SIGINT Requirements Data Base </DD><DT>NSRDC</DT><DD>Naval Ship Research and Development Center </DD><DT>NSRL</DT><DD>National SIGINT Requirements List </DD><DT>NSRS</DT><DD>National SIGINT Requirements System </DD><DT>NSS</DT><DD>(1) NMIC Support System; (2) National Seismic Station; (3) National Security Strategy; (4) Network Support Server </DD><DT>NSSD</DT><DD>National Security Study Directive </DD><DT>NSSM</DT><DD>(1) Navy Spread Spectrum Modem; (2) National Security Study Memorandum </DD><DT>NSST</DT><DD>(1) Navy Space Command Space Support Team; (2) National Special Support Teams </DD><DT>NSTAC</DT><DD>National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee </DD><DT>NSTD</DT><DD>(1) National Strategic Target Database; (2) Non-System Training Device </DD><DT>NSTG</DT><DD>Nuclear Strike Target Graphic </DD><DT>NSTGFE</DT><DD>Naval Scientific and Technical Group, Far East </DD><DT>NSTISSAM</DT><DD>National Security Telecommunications and Information Systems </DD><DT>Security</DT><DD>Advisory/information Memorandum </DD><DT>NSTISSC/D/I/P</DT><DD>National Security Telecommunications and Information Systems </DD><DT>Security</DT><DD>Committee/Directive/Instruction/Policy </DD><DT>NSTL</DT><DD>National Strategic Target List </DD><DT>NSTS</DT><DD>NSA/CSS Secure Telephone System </DD><DT>NSV</DT><DD>Netted Secure Voice </DD><DT>NSVN</DT><DD>NATO Secure Voice Network </DD><DT>NSW</DT><DD>Naval Special Warfare </DD><DT>NSWC</DT><DD>(1) Navy Surface Weapons Center; (2) Navy Special Warfare Command </DD><DT>NSWDG</DT><DD>Naval Special Warfare Development Group </DD><DT>NSWG</DT><DD>Naval Special Warfare Group </DD><DT>NSWP</DT><DD>Non-Soviet Warsaw Pact </DD><DT>NSWTG</DT><DD>Naval Special Warfare Task Group </DD><DT>NSWTG/U</DT><DD>Naval Special Warfare Task Group/Unit or (Unconventional) </DD><DT>NSWTU</DT><DD>Naval Special Warfare Task Unit </DD><DT>NSWU</DT><DD>Naval Special Warfare Unit </DD><DT>NTA</DT><DD>National Tasking Authority </DD><DT>NTB</DT><DD>(1) National Targeting Base; (2) Nuclear Test Ban </DD><DT>NTBS</DT><DD>National Target Base Server </DD><DT>NTC</DT><DD>(1) National Territorial Command; (2) National Tasking Center; (3) Naval Training Center; (4) Network Terminal Concentrator; (5) National Training Center </DD><DT>NTCB</DT><DD>Network Trusted Computing Base </DD><DT>NTCC</DT><DD>Naval Telecommunications Center </DD><DT>NTCS-A</DT><DD>Naval Tactical Communications System-Afloat </DD><DT>NTDI</DT><DD>NATO Target Data Inventory </DD><DT>NTDS</DT><DD>Naval Tactical Data System </DD><DT>NTF</DT><DD>National Test Facility </DD><DT>NTI</DT><DD>(1) National Tactical Interface; (2) Near-Term Initiative </DD><DT>NTIA</DT><DD>National Telecommunications & Information Administration/ </DD><DT>Agency</DT><DD></DD><DT>NTIB</DT><DD>NATO Tactical Intelligence Broadcast </DD><DT>NTIC</DT><DD>Naval Technical Intelligence Center </DD><DT>NTIS</DT><DD>National Technical Information Service </DD><DT>NTISSAM</DT><DD>National Telecommunications and Information Systems Security </DD><DT>Advisory/information</DT><DD>Memorandum </DD><DT>NTISSC/D/I/P</DT><DD>National Telecommunications and Information Systems Security </DD><DT>Committee/Directive/Instruction/Policy</DT><DD></DD><DT>NTM</DT><DD>National Technical Means </DD><DT>NTMWG</DT><DD>Nuclear Test Monitoring Working Group </DD><DT>NTP</DT><DD>National Tasking Plan </DD><DT>NTPC</DT><DD>National Telemetry Processing Center </DD><DT>NTPR</DT><DD>Nuclear Targeting Policy Review </DD><DT>NTPS</DT><DD>Near-Term Maritime Pre-Positioning Ships </DD><DT>NTS</DT><DD>(1) Nuclear Test Site; (2) Naval Telecommunications System </DD><DT>NTSC</DT><DD>National Television Standard Code/Committee </DD><DT>NTSDS</DT><DD>National Target/Threat Signatures Data System </DD><DT>NTSS</DT><DD>National Time-Sensitive System </DD><DT>NTU</DT><DD>New Threat Upgrade </DD><DT>NTZ</DT><DD>No Transgression Zone </DD><DT>NUAC</DT><DD>Nicaragua Analysis Cell </DD><DT>NUCAP</DT><DD>Nuclear Capabilities Data Base </DD><DT>NUCDEF</DT><DD>Nuclear Defense </DD><DT>NUCDETS</DT><DD>Nuclear Detonation Detection & Reporting System </DD><DT>NUCINT</DT><DD>Nuclear Intelligence </DD><DT>NUCREP</DT><DD>Nuclear Damage Report </DD><DT>NUCWPN</DT><DD>Nuclear Weapon(s) </DD><DT>NUICCS</DT><DD>NORAD/USSPACECOM Integrated Command and Control </DD><DT>System</DT><DD></DD><DT>NUDET</DT><DD>(1) Nuclear Detection; (2) Nuclear Detonation </DD><DT>NUIS</DT><DD>NORAD/USSPACECOM Intelligence Systems </DD><DT>NURAD</DT><DD>Nuclear Radiation Detection </DD><DT>NUREP</DT><DD>Nuclear Weapons Report </DD><DT>NUSC</DT><DD>Naval Underwater Systems Center </DD><DT>NUT</DT><DD>Naval Upper Tier </DD><DT>NUTEX</DT><DD>Nuclear Tactical Exercise </DD><DT>NUWEAMP</DT><DD>Nuclear Weapons Employment and Acquisition Master Plan </DD><DT>NUWEP</DT><DD>Nuclear Weapons Employment Policy/Plan (NCA) </DD><DT>NVDEP</DT><DD>Network Virtual Data Entry Protocol </DD><DT>NVDET</DT><DD>Network Virtual Data Entry Terminal </DD><DT>NVG</DT><DD>Night Vision Goggles </DD><DT>NVIS</DT><DD>(1) Near-Vertical Incidence Skywave; (2) Night Vision Imaging System </DD><DT>NVS</DT><DD>Night Vision System </DD><DT>NW</DT><DD>(1) Nuclear Warfare; (2) Northwest (region) </DD><DT>NWB</DT><DD>Nuclear Weapons Branch </DD><DT>NWC</DT><DD>(1) National War College; (2) Naval War College; (3) Naval Weapons Center; (4) NORAD Weather Center </DD><DT>NWFZ</DT><DD>Nuclear Weapons Free Zone </DD><DT>NWIP</DT><DD>Naval Warfare Information Publication </DD><DT>NWIS</DT><DD>Naval Weaponeering Information Sheet </DD><DT>NWL</DT><DD>Naval Weapons Laboratory </DD><DT>NWP</DT><DD>Naval Warfare Publication </DD><DT>NWR</DT><DD>Northwest Region </DD><DT>NWRS</DT><DD>Nuclear Weapons Requirement Study </DD><DT>NWS</DT><DD>(1) Nuclear Weapons State; (2) North Warning System; (3) National Weather Service </DD><DT>NWSS</DT><DD>Nuclear Weapons Storage Site </DD><DT>NWWCSS</DT><DD>Naval Worldwide Command Support System </DD><DT>NX</DT><DD>Non-Expendable </DD></DL>O

<DL><DT>O/A</DT><DD>On or About </DD><DT>OA</DT><DD>(1) Office Automation; (2) Operations Analysis; (3) Operational </DD><DT>Area</DT><DD></DD><DT>OAC</DT><DD>Objective Architecture Center </DD><DT>OAD</DT><DD>(1) Operational Availability Date; (2) Objective Architecture Document </DD><DT>OAD-2</DT><DD>Objective Architecture Document, 2nd Iteration </DD><DT>OADR</DT><DD>Originating Agencyé─˘s Determination Required </DD><DT>OALAN</DT><DD>Office Automation Local Area Network </DD><DT>OAMP</DT><DD>Optical Airborne Measurements Program </DD><DT>OAP</DT><DD>(1) Organizational Assessment Package; (2) Offset Aim Point </DD><DT>OAPEC</DT><DD>Organization of Arab Petroleum-Exporting Countries </DD><DT>OAS</DT><DD>(1) Organization of American States; (2) Offensive Air Support </DD><DT>OASA(RDA)</DT><DD>Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Research, Development, and Acquisition) </DD><DT>OASD</DT><DD>Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense </DD><DT>OASD(C3I)</DT><DD>OASD (Command, Control, Communications, and Intelligence) </DD><DT>OASIS</DT><DD>(1) Operational Application of Special Intelligence Systems; (2) Office Automation System for Intelligence Support </DD><DT>OATS</DT><DD>(1) Operations Analysis for Tactical Support; (2) Online AIF Transaction System </DD><DT>OAU</DT><DD>Organization of African Unity </DD><DT>OB</DT><DD>Order of Battle </DD><DT>OBC</DT><DD>Optical Bar Camera </DD><DT>OBE</DT><DD>Overtaken By Events </DD><DT>OBI</DT><DD>Observable Human Resources Intelligence </DD><DT>OBI-OC</DT><DD>OBI Operations Center </DD><DT>OBIS</DT><DD>Order of Battle Intelligence System </DD><DT>Obj</DT><DD>Object </DD><DT>OBP</DT><DD>On-Board Processing </DD><DT>OBO</DT><DD>Official Business Only </DD><DT>OBS</DT><DD>(1) Ocean Baseline System; (2) Orders of Battle System; (3) Observations (Optical Tracking) </DD><DT>OBSS</DT><DD>(1) Off-Board Sensor Systems; (2) Operational Briefing Support System </DD><DT>OBSUM</DT><DD>Order of Battle Summary </DD><DT>OBU</DT><DD>OSIS Baseline Upgrade </DD><DT>OC</DT><DD>(1) Dissemination and extraction of Information Controlled; (2) Optical Carrier </DD><DT>O&C</DT><DD>Operations & Control </DD><DT>OCA</DT><DD>(1) Ocean Control Authority; (2) Operational Control Authority; (3) Offensive Counterair </DD><DT>OCAC</DT><DD>Operational Control and Analysis Center </DD><DT>OCAM</DT><DD>Afro-Malagasy and Mauritian Common Organization </DD><DT>OCAR</DT><DD>Office, Chief of Army Reserve </DD><DT>OCCIS</DT><DD>Operational Command and Control Information System </DD><DT>OCCULT</DT><DD>Optical Covert Communications Using Laser Transceivers </DD><DT>OCEANLANT</DT><DD>Ocean Atlantic Area (NATO) </DD><DT>OCJCS</DT><DD>Office of the Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff </DD><DT>OCM</DT><DD>Operational Coordination Message </DD><DT>OCMA</DT><DD>Objective Collection Management Architecture </DD><DT>OCMC</DT><DD>Overhead Collection Management Center </DD><DT>OCNO</DT><DD>Office of the Chief of Naval Operations </DD><DT>OCOKA</DT><DD>Observation and Fields of Fire, Concealment and Cover, Obstacles, Key terrain, Avenues of Approach, and Mobility Corridors </DD><DT>OCONUS</DT><DD>Outside CONUS </DD><DT>OCR</DT><DD>(1) Office of Collateral Responsibility; (2) Optical Character Reader </DD><DT>OCS</DT><DD>(1) Officer Candidate School; (2) Offensive Counterspace </DD><DT>OCS3</DT><DD>Optical Carrier 3 Communications </DD><DT>OCSA</DT><DD>Office of the Chief of Staff of the Army </DD><DT>OCSURV</DT><DD>Ocean Surveillance </DD><DT>OCU</DT><DD>Operational Conversion Unit </DD><DT>OD</DT><DD>Operating Directive(s) </DD><DT>ODA</DT><DD>Operational Detachment Alpha </DD><DT>ODC</DT><DD>Office of Defense Cooperation </DD><DT>ODCSINT</DT><DD>Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, Intelligence </DD><DT>ODCSLOG</DT><DD>Office of Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics </DD><DT>ODCSPER</DT><DD>Office of Deputy Chief of Staff for Personnel </DD><DT>ODECA</DT><DD>Organization of Central American States </DD><DT>ODIN</DT><DD>Operations Dedicated Imagery Network (LOCE) </DD><DT>ODISC4</DT><DD>Office of Director Information Systems Command, Control, </DD><DT>Communications,</DT><DD>Computers </DD><DT>ODJS</DT><DD>Office of the Director, Joint Staff </DD><DT>ODP</DT><DD>(1) Officer Distribution Plan; (2) Office of Defense Planning </DD><DT>ODRP</DT><DD>Office of the Defense Representative - Pakistan </DD><DT>ODS</DT><DD>(1) Open Data Server; (2) Operation DESERT STORM; (3) Output Data Server </DD><DT>OE</DT><DD>Operational Effectiveness </DD><DT>OECD</DT><DD>Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development </DD><DT>OEE</DT><DD>Operational ELINT Exploitation </DD><DT>OEF</DT><DD>Operational Exploitation Facility </DD><DT>OEG</DT><DD>Operational Exposure Guide </DD><DT>OEIC</DT><DD>Overseas Economic Intelligence Committee </DD><DT>OER</DT><DD>(1) Officer Evaluation Report; (2) Officer Efficiency Report; (3) Operational ELINT Requirements </DD><DT>OET</DT><DD>Office of Emergency Transportation </DD><DT>OFC</DT><DD>Office </DD><DT>OFCO</DT><DD>Offensive Counterintelligence Operation </DD><DT>Off</DT><DD>Officer </DD><DT>OFM</DT><DD>Office of Foreign Mission </DD><DT>OGOOI</DT><DD>Operations Group Operations Officer Intelligence (Air Force) </DD><DT>OGS</DT><DD>Overseas Ground Station </DD><DT>OGSI</DT><DD>Operations Group Support Intelligence (Air Force) </DD><DT>OHD</DT><DD>Over-the-Horizon Detection Radar </DD><DT>OHD-B</DT><DD>Over-the-Horizon Detection Radar-Backscatter </DD><DT>OI</DT><DD>(1) Operating Instruction; (2) Operational Interest </DD><DT>O&I</DT><DD>Operations & Intelligence </DD><DT>OIA</DT><DD>(1) Office of Imagery Analysis; (2) Operations Intelligence Automation </DD><DT>OIC</DT><DD>Officer in Charge </DD><DT>OICC</DT><DD>(1) Operational Intelligence Crisis Center; (2) Operational Intelligence Coordination Center </DD><DT>OICS</DT><DD>Operational Intelligence Collection System </DD><DT>OII</DT><DD>Operations-Intelligence Interface </DD><DT>OILO</DT><DD>Operations Intelligence Liaison Officer </DD><DT>OIP</DT><DD>(1) Offset Instrumentation Point; (2) Operator Interface Processor </DD><DT>OIR</DT><DD>Operational Intelligence Requirement </DD><DT>OISS</DT><DD>Operational Intelligence Support System </DD><DT>OIW</DT><DD>OII Workstation </DD><DT>OJCS</DT><DD>(1) Organization of the Joint Chiefs of Staff; (2) Office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff </DD><DT>OJT</DT><DD>On-the-Job Training </DD><DT>OL</DT><DD>Operating Location </DD><DT>OLC</DT><DD>Oak Leaf Cluster </DD><DT>OM</DT><DD>Operations Module </DD><DT>O&M</DT><DD>Operation and Maintenance </DD><DT>OMA</DT><DD>(1) Office of Military Affairs (CIA); (2) Operations and Maintenance, Army </DD><DT>OMAR</DT><DD>Operations and Maintenance Army Reserve </DD><DT>OMAT</DT><DD>Ocean Measurements and Array Technology </DD><DT>OMB</DT><DD>Office of Management and Budget </DD><DT>OMC</DT><DD>Office of Military Cooperation </DD><DT>OMC-K</DT><DD>Office of Military Cooperation-Kuwait </DD><DT>OMG</DT><DD>Operational Maneuver Group (FSU) </DD><DT>OMNG</DT><DD>Operation and Maintenance, National Guard </DD><DT>OMOB</DT><DD>Offensive Missile Order of Battle </DD><DT>OMV</DT><DD>Orbital Maneuvering Vehicle </DD><DT>ON</DT><DD>Original Negative (film) </DD><DT>ONA</DT><DD>Australia Office of National Assessments </DD><DT>ONC</DT><DD>Operational Navigation Chart </DD><DT>ONI</DT><DD>Office of Naval Intelligence </DD><DT>ONIR</DT><DD>Overhead Non-Imaging Infrared </DD><DT>ONLEXKED</DT><DD>On-Line Five Year Exercise Schedule System </DD><DT>ONOO</DT><DD>Outline NATO Operational Objective </DD><DT>ONPG</DT><DD>Operational Nuclear Planning Group </DD><DT>ONR</DT><DD>Office of Naval Research </DD><DT>ONS</DT><DD>Operational Needs Statement </DD><DT>ONUC</DT><DD>United Nations Operations in the Congo </DD><DT>ONUMOZ</DT><DD>United Nations Operations in Mozambique </DD><DT>ONUSAL</DT><DD>United Nations Observer Mission in El Salvador </DD><DT>OOA</DT><DD>Out of Area </DD><DT>OOB</DT><DD>Order of Battle </DD><DT>OODA</DT><DD>Observation, Orientation, Decision and Action </DD><DT>OOK</DT><DD>On/Off Keying </DD><DT>OOP</DT><DD>Object Oriented Programming </DD><DT>OOTW</DT><DD>Operations Other Than War </DD><DT>OP</DT><DD>(1) Observation Post; (2) Operation; (3) Operational </DD><DT>OPA</DT><DD>Other Procurement Activity </DD><DT>OP3</DT><DD>Overt Peacetime PSYOP Program </DD><DT>OPCC</DT><DD>Offutt Processing and Correlation Center </DD><DT>OPCEN</DT><DD>Operations Center </DD><DT>OPCODES</DT><DD>Operational Codes </DD><DT>OPCOM</DT><DD>Operational Command </DD><DT>OPCON</DT><DD>Operational Control </DD><DT>OPDEC</DT><DD>Operational Deception </DD><DT>OPEC</DT><DD>Organization of Petroleum-Exporting Countries </DD><DT>OPELINT</DT><DD>Operational Electronic Intelligence </DD><DT>OPF</DT><DD>Orbiter Processing Facility </DD><DT>OPFAC</DT><DD>Operational Facilities </DD><DT>OPFIS</DT><DD>Operational Foreign Instrumentation Signals </DD><DT>OPFOR</DT><DD>Opposing Forces </DD><DT>OPG</DT><DD>Operations Planning Group </DD><DT>OPI</DT><DD>Office of Primary Interest </DD><DT>OPIC</DT><DD>(1) Overseas Processing and Interpretation Center; (2) Overseas Private Investment Corporation </DD><DT>OPIC-A</DT><DD>Overseas Processing and Interpretation Center - Asia </DD><DT>OPINT</DT><DD>Optical Intelligence </DD><DT>OPINTEL</DT><DD>Operational Intelligence </DD><DT>OPLAN</DT><DD>Operations Plan </DD><DT>OPM</DT><DD>Office of Personnel Management </DD><DT>Opn(s)</DT><DD>Operation(s) </DD><DT>OPNAV</DT><DD>Office of the Chief of Naval Operations </DD><DT>OPNAVINST</DT><DD>OPNAV Instruction </DD><DT>OPNOTES</DT><DD>Operational Notes </DD><DT>OPORDER/OPORD</DT><DD>Operations Order </DD><DT>OPPAR</DT><DD>Opposing Army </DD><DT>OPR</DT><DD>Office(r) of Primary Responsibility; Officer Performance Report </DD><DT>OPREP</DT><DD>Operations Report </DD><DT>OPREPS</DT><DD>Operational Reporting System </DD><DT>OPS/OPNS/OP</DT><DD>Operations </DD><DT>OPS/INTEL</DT><DD>Operations Intelligence </DD><DT>OPSDEPS</DT><DD>Operations Deputies (JCS) </DD><DT>OPSCO</DT><DD>Operations Coordinator </DD><DT>OPSCOM</DT><DD>Operations Committee </DD><DT>OPSCOMM</DT><DD>Operations Secure Communications </DD><DT>OPSEC</DT><DD>Operations Security </DD><DT>OPSKAN</DT><DD>Open Skies Advanced Notice </DD><DT>OPSNOTE</DT><DD>Operations Note </DD><DT>OPT</DT><DD>(1) Optional Modification; (2) Operations Planning Team </DD><DT>OPTEMPO</DT><DD>Tempo of Operations </DD><DT>OPTEVFOR</DT><DD>Operational Test and Evaluation Force </DD><DT>OPTINT</DT><DD>Optical Intelligence </DD><DT>OPTIR</DT><DD>Optical Infrared </DD><DT>OPUS</DT><DD>OBU Program Upgrade System </DD><DT>OR</DT><DD>(1) Operational Requirements; (2) Operationally Ready </DD><DT>ORBINT</DT><DD>Orbital Intelligence </DD><DT>ORBIT</DT><DD>System Development Corporation Data Search Service </DD><DT>ORCON</DT><DD>(1) Dissemination and Extraction of Information Controlled by Originator; (2) Originator Controlled </DD><DT>ORD</DT><DD>Operational Requirements Document </DD><DT>ORE</DT><DD>Operational Readiness Exercise </DD><DT>ORF</DT><DD>Official Representation Fund </DD><DT>Org</DT><DD>Organization </DD><DT>ORI</DT><DD>Operational Readiness Inspection </DD><DT>OS</DT><DD>(1) Operating System; (2) Cryptologic Officer </DD><DT>O&S</DT><DD>Operations & Support </DD><DT>OSA</DT><DD>Open Systems Architecture </DD><DT>OSAP</DT><DD>Ocean Surveillance Assessment Program </DD><DT>OSAS</DT><DD>Operational Space Application System </DD><DT>OSC</DT><DD>(1) Office of the Security Council; (2) Operational </DD><DT>Support</DT><DD>Company; (3) Operations Support Center; (4) On-Scene </DD><DT>Commander</DT><DD></DD><DT>OSCAR</DT><DD>Optical Submarine Communications by Aerospace Relay </DD><DT>OSCARCP</DT><DD>Operations Support Center and Rear Command Post (Korea) </DD><DT>OSD</DT><DD>Office of the Secretary of Defense </DD><DT>OSD(C)</DT><DD>OSD (Comptroller) </DD><DT>OSF</DT><DD>Open Systems Foundation </DD><DT>OSI</DT><DD>(1) Operating Systems Incorporated (Contractor); (2) On-Site Inspection; (3) Off-Shore Islands; (4) Office of Special Investigations; (5) Open System Interconnect; (6) Office of Special Investigations; (7) Open System Interconnect </DD><DT>OSIA</DT><DD>On Site Inspection Agency </DD><DT>OSINT</DT><DD>Open Source Intelligence </DD><DT>OSIS</DT><DD>(1) Ocean Surveillance Information System; (2) Open Source Information Service </DD><DT>OSP</DT><DD>(1) Ocean Surveillance Product; (2) Operational Support Package </DD><DT>OSPRA</DT><DD>Ocean Surveillance Pattern Recognition Algorithm </DD><DT>OSO</DT><DD>Operational Support Office </DD><DT>OSP</DT><DD>Operational Support Packages </DD><DT>OSS</DT><DD>(1) Operational Storage Site; (2) Operations Support Squadron; (3) Operations Support System </DD><DT>OSSC</DT><DD>On-Line System Support Center </DD><DT>OST</DT><DD>Outer Space Treaty </DD><DT>OSTP</DT><DD>Office of Science and Technology Policy </DD><DT>OT</DT><DD>(1) Overseas Territories; (2) Overtime; (3) Operational Test; (4) One Time; (5) Operations Team </DD><DT>OT&E</DT><DD>Operational Test and Evaluation </DD><DT>OTA</DT><DD>(1) Operational Tasking Authority; (2) Office of Technology Assessment </DD><DT>OTAD</DT><DD>Over-The-Air Key Distribution </DD><DT>OTAR</DT><DD>Over-The-Air Rekeying </DD><DT>OTAT</DT><DD>Over-The-Air Transmission/Transfer </DD><DT>OTAU</DT><DD>Over-The-Air Updating </DD><DT>OTC</DT><DD>(1) Officer in Tactical Command; (2) Over-the-Counter </DD><DT>OTCIXS</DT><DD>(1) Officer in Tactical Command Information Exchange Subsystem; (2) OTC Information Exchange System </DD><DT>OTE</DT><DD>See OT&E </DD><DT>OTEA</DT><DD>Operational Test and Evaluation Agency (U.S. Army) </DD><DT>OTH</DT><DD>Over-the-Horizon </DD><DT>OTH-B</DT><DD>Over-the-Horizon Backscatter </DD><DT>OTH-R</DT><DD>Over-the-Horizon Radar </DD><DT>OTH-T</DT><DD>Over-the-Horizon Targeting </DD><DT>OTIS</DT><DD>Operational Targeting Intelligence System </DD><DT>OTM</DT><DD>On the Move </DD><DT>OTP</DT><DD>One-Time Pad </DD><DT>OTS</DT><DD>(1) One-Time Source; (2) Officer Training School; (3) Oahu Telecommunications System </DD><DT>OTT</DT><DD>One-Time Tape </DD><DT>OTU</DT><DD>Operational Training Unit </DD><DT>OUO</DT><DD>Official Use Only </DD><DT>OUSDRE</DT><DD>Office of the Under Secretary of Defense, Research & </DD><DT>Engineering</DT><DD></DD><DT>OUTS</DT><DD>Operational Unit Transportable System </DD><DT>OVOP</DT><DD>Overt Operational Proposal </DD><DT>OVPF</DT><DD>Object-Oriented Vector Product Format </DD></DL>P

<DL><DT>P</DT><DD>Peacetime </DD><DT>P2E2I</DT><DD>Pre-Planned Essential Elements of Information </DD><DT>P-3H</DT><DD>Land-Based Anti-Submarine Warfare Patrol Aircraft (re-engined) </DD><DT>P3I</DT><DD>Pre-Planned Product Improvement </DD><DT>PA</DT><DD>(1) Pulse Amplitude; (2) Probability of Arrival; (3) Public Affairs; (4) Preliminary Assessment; (5) Proper Authority </DD><DT>PAA</DT><DD>(1) Primary Aircraft Authorized; (2) Peer Access Approval </DD><DT>PA</DT><DD>ANG Pennsylvania Air National Guard </DD><DT>PAATS</DT><DD>Precision Approach Area Tracking System </DD><DT>PABX</DT><DD>Private Access Branch Exchange </DD><DT>PAC</DT><DD>Pacific </DD><DT>PACAF</DT><DD>Pacific Air Forces </DD><DT>PACCAAT</DT><DD>USPACOM Command and Control AUTODIN Access Terminal </DD><DT>PACCS</DT><DD>Post-Attack Command and Control System </DD><DT>PACE</DT><DD>Portable Acoustic Collection Equipment </DD><DT>PACFAST</DT><DD>Pacific Forward Area Support Team </DD><DT>PACFLT</DT><DD>Pacific Fleet </DD><DT>PACOM</DT><DD>U.S. Pacific Command </DD><DT>PACOPS</DT><DD>Pacific Air Force Operations </DD><DT>PACTAIS</DT><DD>Pacific Theater Air Intelligence System </DD><DT>PACTIDS</DT><DD>PACOM Theater Intelligence Data System </DD><DT>PACVTCN</DT><DD>Pacific Video Teleconferencing Network </DD><DT>PAD</DT><DD>Program Action Directive </DD><DT>PADAR</DT><DD>Passive Airborne Detection & Ranging </DD><DT>PA&E</DT><DD>Program Analysis and Evaluation </DD><DT>PAE</DT><DD>Peer Access Enforcement </DD><DT>PAF</DT><DD>Production Analysis and Fusion </DD><DT>PAI</DT><DD>Project Assignment Instruction </DD><DT>PAIDS</DT><DD>PACOM Area Imagery Distribution System </DD><DT>PAIS</DT><DD>(1) Personnel Authentication Identification System; (2) Prototype Advanced Indicator System; (3) Pacific Air </DD><DT>Intelligence</DT><DD>System </DD><DT>PAL</DT><DD>Permissive Action Link </DD><DT>PALAPA</DT><DD>Indonesian Satellite </DD><DT>PALS</DT><DD>Photo Area & Location System </DD><DT>PAM</DT><DD>(1) Payload Assist Module; (2) Penetration Augmented Munition </DD><DT>PAMIS</DT><DD>Psychological Operations Automated Management Information </DD><DT>System</DT><DD></DD><DT>PANAMSAT</DT><DD>PAN American Satellite (Communications System) </DD><DT>PANMAN</DT><DD>Panama Metropolitan Area Network </DD><DT>PAO</DT><DD>(1) Product Activity/Operational Code; (2) Public Affairs Officer </DD><DT>PAOC</DT><DD>PACAF Air Operations Center </DD><DT>PAR</DT><DD>(1) Precision Approach Radar; (2) Perimeter Acquisition Radar; (3) Phased-Array Radar; (4) Population at Risk; (5) Program </DD><DT>Assessment</DT><DD>Review </DD><DT>PARCS</DT><DD>(1) Perimeter Acquisition Radar Attack; (2) Perimeter Acquisition Characterization System </DD><DT>PARINT</DT><DD>Partial Intercept </DD><DT>PARIS</DT><DD>Pacific Army Intelligence System </DD><DT>PARMIS</DT><DD>Peacetime Airborne Reconnaissance Management Information </DD><DT>System</DT><DD></DD><DT>PARPRO</DT><DD>(1) Peacetime Aerial Reconnaissance Program; (2) Preplanned Application of Reconnaissance Programs </DD><DT>PAS</DT><DD>(1) Plans and analysis Staff; (2) Pan American Satellite </DD><DT>PASEP</DT><DD>Passed Separately </DD><DT>PASS</DT><DD>(1) Photo Interpretation Analyst Support System; (2) PACOM IPAC Intelligence Computer System Analyst Support System; (3) PACOM ADP Server Site </DD><DT>PASS-E</DT><DD>USPACOM ADP Server Site-EASTPAC </DD><DT>PASSEX</DT><DD>Passing Exercise (Naval) </DD><DT>PASS-H</DT><DD>USPACOM ADP Server Site, Hawaii </DD><DT>PASS-J</DT><DD>USPACOM ADP Server Site, Japan </DD><DT>PASS-K</DT><DD>USPACOM ADP Server Site, Korea </DD><DT>PAT</DT><DD>(1) Payload Associated Transporter; (2) Planning Assistance Team; (3) Process Action Team </DD><DT>PATREP</DT><DD>Patrol Report </DD><DT>PATRIOT</DT><DD>Phased Array Tracking to Intercept of Target </DD><DT>PATRIOT</DT><DD>PAC III Phased Array Tracking to Intercept of Target Advanced </DD><DT>Capability</DT><DD>III </DD><DT>PATRON</DT><DD>Patrol Squadron (Navy) </DD><DT>PATWING</DT><DD>Patrol Wing </DD><DT>PAVE</DT><DD>USAF Programs Connected (Night) Avionics, Target </DD><DT>Designators,</DT><DD>Vision </DD><DT>PAWS</DT><DD>(1) Portable Analyst Work Station; (2) Prototype Analytical Workstation; (3) Portable ASAS Workstation </DD><DT>PAX</DT><DD>Passengers </DD><DT>PB</DT><DD>(1) Particle Beam; (2) Patrol Boat </DD><DT>PB(A)(H)</DT><DD>Patrol Boat (Air Cushion) (Hydrofoil) </DD><DT>PBAC</DT><DD>Program Budget Activity Committee </DD><DT>PBC</DT><DD>Program and Budget Committee </DD><DT>PBD</DT><DD>(1) Program Budget Decision; (2) Patrol Boat Drone </DD><DT>PBEIST</DT><DD>Planning Board for European Inland Surface Transport </DD><DT>PBL</DT><DD>Patrol Boat, Light </DD><DT>PBN</DT><DD>Public Broadcasting Network </DD><DT>PBOS</DT><DD>Planning Board for Ocean Shipping </DD><DT>PBR</DT><DD>(1) River/Roadstead Patrol Boat (Navy); (2) Precision Bombing Range </DD><DT>PBTN</DT><DD>Panama Backbone Transport Network </DD><DT>PBV</DT><DD>Post-Boost Vehicle </DD><DT>PBW</DT><DD>Particle Beam Weapon </DD><DT>PBX</DT><DD>Private Branch Exchanges </DD><DT>PC</DT><DD>(1) Patrol Craft; (2) Positive Control; (3) Production Control; (4) Personal Computer; (5) Project Coordinator; (6) Parallel Computing; (7) Provide Comfort; (8) Patrol Coastal </DD><DT>PCA</DT><DD>Point of Closest Approach </DD><DT>PCAC</DT><DD>Primary Collection and Analysis Center </DD><DT>PCC</DT><DD>(1) POADS Computer Center; (2) Program Coordinating Committee </DD><DT>PCD</DT><DD>(1) Program Change Decision; (2) Positive Control Document </DD><DT>PCE</DT><DD>Patrol Escort </DD><DT>PCF(A)(H)</DT><DD>Fast Patrol Craft (Air Cushion) (Hydrofoil) </DD><DT>PCFS</DT><DD>Fire Support Patrol Craft </DD><DT>PCH</DT><DD>Patrol Craft (Hydrofoil) </DD><DT>PC</DT><DD>II PROVIDE COMFORT II </DD><DT>PCL</DT><DD>Parallel Communications Link </DD><DT>PCM</DT><DD>Pulse Code Modulation </DD><DT>PCMCIA</DT><DD>Personal Computer Memory Card International Association </DD><DT>PCN</DT><DD>(1) Production Control Number; (2) Packet Switching Node; (3) Personal Communications Networking </DD><DT>PCP</DT><DD>(1) Project Concept Proposal; (2) Program Change Proposal </DD><DT>PCR</DT><DD>(1) Performance and Cost Report; (2) Program Change Request </DD><DT>PCS</DT><DD>(1) Publication Control Sheet; (2) Permanent Change of Station; (3) Submarine Chaser; (4) Personal Communications System; (5) Primary Control Station </DD><DT>PCS/UPT</DT><DD>Personal Communications Services/Universal Personal Telecommunications </DD><DT>PCSF</DT><DD>Fire Support Patrol Craft </DD><DT>PCT</DT><DD>Training Patrol Craft </DD><DT>PCTN</DT><DD>Pacific Consolidated Telecommunications Network </DD><DT>PCTCS</DT><DD>Pentagon Center Telecommunications System </DD><DT>PCZ</DT><DD>Protected Communications Zone </DD><DT>PD</DT><DD>(1) Probability of Damage; (2) Presidential Directive; (3) Pulse Duration; (4) Passive Detection; (5) Point Detonation (Fuse) </DD><DT>PDA</DT><DD>Personal Digital Assistant </DD><DT>PDB</DT><DD>PSYOP Dissemination Battalion </DD><DT>PDC</DT><DD>Propaganda Development Center </DD><DT>PDD</DT><DD>Presidential Decision Directive </DD><DT>PDI</DT><DD>Principal Deputy for Intelligence </DD><DT>PDF</DT><DD>Panamanian Defense Force </DD><DT>PDL</DT><DD>Program Design Language </DD><DT>PDM</DT><DD>(1) Program Decision Memorandum; (2) Pulse Duration Modulation </DD><DT>PDMS</DT><DD>Point Defense Missile Systems </DD><DT>PDMT</DT><DD>Pursuit Deterrent Munition Trainer </DD><DT>PDOP</DT><DD>Position Dilution of Precision </DD><DT>PDP</DT><DD>(1) Program Decision Paper; (2) Programmable Data Processor </DD><DT>PDR</DT><DD>Preliminary Design Review </DD><DT>PDS</DT><DD>(1) Passive Detection System; (2) Power Distribution System; (3) Production Deconfliction System; (4) Protected Distribution </DD><DT>System</DT><DD>PDSC PACOM Data Systems Center </DD><DT>PDSS</DT><DD>Post-Deployment Software Support </DD><DT>PDU</DT><DD>Protocol Data Unit </DD><DT>PDUSD(A&T)</DT><DD>Principal Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Acquisition & Technology) </DD><DT>PE</DT><DD>(1) Probable Error; (2) Personnel Equipment; (3) Program Element; (4) Preliminary Exploitation; (5) Peace Enforcement </DD><DT>PEAD</DT><DD>Presidential Emergency Affairs Documents </DD><DT>PEAS</DT><DD>(1) Psychological Operations Effectiveness Analysis Subsystem; (2) PSYOP Effects Analysis System </DD><DT>PEC</DT><DD>(1) Pacific Command Electronic Intelligence Center; (2) Program Element Code </DD><DT>PEG</DT><DD>(1) Photo Exploitation Group; (2) Priority Exploitation Group; (3) Priorities for ELINT Guidance; (4) Program Element Group </DD><DT>PEH</DT><DD>Probable Error in Height </DD><DT>PEI</DT><DD>Production Enhancement Initiative </DD><DT>PEILS</DT><DD>PACOM Executive Intelligence Summary </DD><DT>PEM</DT><DD>(1) Purchased Equipment Maintenance; (2) Program Element Monitor </DD><DT>PEO</DT><DD>Peace Enforcement Operation </DD><DT>PEOC4I</DT><DD>Program Executive Officer for Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence </DD><DT>PEP</DT><DD>Photographic Exploitation Products </DD><DT>PER</DT><DD>Personnel </DD><DT>PERIGEE</DT><DD>Perspective Image Generation and Exploitation System </DD><DT>PERINTREP</DT><DD>Periodic Intelligence Report </DD><DT>PERINTSUM</DT><DD>Periodic Intelligence Summary </DD><DT>PERM</DT><DD>Processless Electron Recording Media </DD><DT>PERMCERT</DT><DD>Permanent Certification </DD><DT>PERSCON</DT><DD>Personal Contact </DD><DT>PEO</DT><DD>Program Executive Officer </DD><DT>PEO-CCS</DT><DD>PEO Command and Control Systems </DD><DT>PERSEC</DT><DD>Personnel Security </DD><DT>PERT</DT><DD>Program Evaluation and Review Technique </DD><DT>PES</DT><DD>Positive Enable System </DD><DT>PESM</DT><DD>Passive Electronic Support Measures </DD><DT>PF</DT><DD>Protection Factor </DD><DT>PFADS</DT><DD>Psychological Operations Foreign Area Data Subsystem </DD><DT>PFD</DT><DD>Power Flux Density </DD><DT>PFIAB</DT><DD>Presidenté─˘s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board </DD><DT>PFLP</DT><DD>Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine </DD><DT>PFM</DT><DD>Production Functional Manager </DD><DT>PFOD</DT><DD>Presumptive Finding of Death </DD><DT>PG</DT><DD>(1) Patrol Combatant; (2) Persian Gulf; (3) Precision Guidance </DD><DT>PGDR</DT><DD>Portable Data Reduction System </DD><DT>PGF</DT><DD>Patrol Ship </DD><DT>PGG</DT><DD>Guided-Missile Patrol Combatant </DD><DT>PGH</DT><DD>Patrol Gunboat (Hydrofoil) </DD><DT>PGIP</DT><DD>Postgraduate Intelligence Program </DD><DT>PGM</DT><DD>Precision-Guided Munitions </DD><DT>PGR</DT><DD>Reconnaissance Patrol Combatant </DD><DT>PGW</DT><DD>Precision Guided Weapon </DD><DT>PGSS</DT><DD>Publications and Graphics Subsystem </DD><DT>PHD</DT><DD>Phase History Data </DD><DT>PHIBGRU</DT><DD>Amphibious Group </DD><DT>PHIBRON</DT><DD>Amphibious Squadron </DD><DT>PHIGS</DT><DD>Programmeré─˘s Hierarchical Interactive Graphics </DD><DT>PHM</DT><DD>Patrol Combatant Missile (Hydrofoil) </DD><DT>PHOTOINT</DT><DD>Photographic Intelligence </DD><DT>PHOTORECON</DT><DD>Photographic Reconnaissance </DD><DT>PHS</DT><DD>Public Health Service </DD><DT>PHYSEC</DT><DD>Physical Security </DD><DT>PI</DT><DD>(1) Photographic Interpretation/Interpreter; (2) Principal Investigator </DD><DT>PIAC</DT><DD>PACOM Intelligence Architecture Committee </DD><DT>PIB</DT><DD>(1) PACOM Intelligence Board; (2) Photo Interpretation Brief </DD><DT>PIC</DT><DD>(1) Pacific Imagery Processing and Interpretation Center; (2) Parent Indicator Code; (3) Processing and Interpretation Center </DD><DT>PICON</DT><DD>Portable ICON </DD><DT>PIF</DT><DD>(1) Processing and Interpretation Facility; (2) Project Investment Fund </DD><DT>PIGS</DT><DD>Passive Infrared Guidance System </DD><DT>PIICS</DT><DD>PACOM - Intelligence Computer System </DD><DT>PILOT</DT><DD>Phased Integrated Laser Optics Technology </DD><DT>PIM</DT><DD>Path of Intended Movement </DD><DT>PIN</DT><DD>(1) Preliminary Imagery Nomination File; (2) Photographic </DD><DT>Intelligence</DT><DD>Note; (3) Personal Increment Number; (4) Plan Identification Number; (5) Personal Identification Number; (6) PACOM Intelligence Net </DD><DT>PINES</DT><DD>PACAF Interim National Exploitation Segment/System </DD><DT>PIP</DT><DD>(1) Project Implementation Plan; (2) Product Improvement Package </DD><DT>PIR</DT><DD>(1) Photo Interpretation Report; (2) Priority Intelligence Requirement </DD><DT>PIRATE</DT><DD>Portable Imagery Receive and Transmission Equipment </DD><DT>PIREP</DT><DD>Pilot Report </DD><DT>Pixel</DT><DD>Picture Element </DD><DT>PJ</DT><DD>Pararescue Jumper </DD><DT>PK</DT><DD>(1) Probability of Kill; (2) Soviet (FSU) Light Machinegun; (3) Peacekeeping </DD><DT>PKA</DT><DD>Public Key Algorithm </DD><DT>PKC</DT><DD>Public Key Cryptography </DD><DT>PKK</DT><DD>Kurdistan Workeré─˘s Party </DD><DT>PKO</DT><DD>Peace-Keeping Operation </DD><DT>PKSD</DT><DD>Programmable Key Storage Device </DD><DT>PL</DT><DD>(1) Phase Line; (2) Plans and Operations Division; (3) Public Law </DD><DT>PLA</DT><DD>(1) Plain Language Address; (2) Peopleé─˘s Liberation Army (China) </DD><DT>PLARS</DT><DD>Position Locating and Reporting System </DD><DT>PLGR</DT><DD>Precision Lightweight GPS Receiver </DD><DT>PLL</DT><DD>Prescribed Load List </DD><DT>PLNG</DT><DD>Planning </DD><DT>PLRS</DT><DD>Position Location Reporting System </DD><DT>PLO</DT><DD>Palestinian Liberation Organization </DD><DT>PLP</DT><DD>PSYOP Leaflet Payload </DD><DT>PLS</DT><DD>Pre-Launch Survivability </DD><DT>PLSDU</DT><DD>Physical Layer Service Data Unit </DD><DT>PLSS</DT><DD>U.S. Precision Location Strike System </DD><DT>PLT/Plt</DT><DD>Platoon </DD><DT>PM</DT><DD>(1) Preventive Maintenance; (2) Post Meridian (after noon); (3) Prime Mover; (4) Preventive Medicine; (5) Program Manager; (6) Prime Minister; (7) Provost Marshall; Project Manager; (8) Production Manager; (9) Peacemaking </DD><DT>PMATS</DT><DD>Program Management Automated Tool Set </DD><DT>PMB</DT><DD>Program Management Board </DD><DT>PME</DT><DD>Professional Military Education </DD><DT>PMF</DT><DD>Project Management File </DD><DT>PMGM</DT><DD>Program Manageré─˘s Guidance Memorandum </DD><DT>PMIS</DT><DD>(1) Personnel Management Information System; (2) PSYOP Management Information Subsystem </DD><DT>PMO</DT><DD>(1) Program Management Office; (2) Project Management Office </DD><DT>P</DT><DD>Model Preproduction Model </DD><DT>PMP</DT><DD>Program Management Plan </DD><DT>PMPTS</DT><DD>Program Management Performance Tracking System </DD><DT>PMR</DT><DD>Primary Mission Readiness </DD><DT>PMRP</DT><DD>Program Manageré─˘s Recommended Program </DD><DT>PMS</DT><DD>(1) Project Management System; (2) Preventive Maintenance System; (3) Precision Mensuration Software </DD><DT>PMSP</DT><DD>Preliminary Message Security Protocol </DD><DT>PMTC</DT><DD>Pacific Missile Test Center (Navy) </DD><DT>PN</DT><DD>Packet Network </DD><DT>PNAF</DT><DD>Prime Nuclear Airlift Force </DD><DT>PNCC</DT><DD>PASS Network Control Center </DD><DT>PNEK</DT><DD>Post-Nuclear-Event Key </DD><DT>PNE(T)</DT><DD>Peaceful Nuclear Explosion (Treaty) </DD><DT>PNG</DT><DD>Persona Non Grata </DD><DT>PNL</DT><DD>Prescribed Nuclear Load </DD><DT>PNUTS</DT><DD>Possible Nuclear Underground Test Site </DD><DT>PNVS</DT><DD>Pilot Night Vision System </DD><DT>PO</DT><DD>(1) Petty Officer; (2) Peace Operations </DD><DT>POA&M</DT><DD>(1) Plan of Action and Milestones; (2) Plan of Attack and Milestones </DD><DT>POADS</DT><DD>Psychological Operations Automated Data System </DD><DT>POAS</DT><DD>Psychological Operations Automation System </DD><DT>POB</DT><DD>(1) Place of Birth; (2) Psychological Operations Battalion </DD><DT>POC</DT><DD>(1) Point of Contact; (2) Program of Cooperation; (3) Psychological Operations Company </DD><DT>POC/ET</DT><DD>Proof of Concept/Experimental Testbed </DD><DT>POCS</DT><DD>Portable Oxygen Charging System </DD><DT>POD</DT><DD>Port of Debarkation </DD><DT>POE</DT><DD>(1) Plan of Execution; (2) Point of Entry; (3) Port of Embarkation </DD><DT>POES</DT><DD>Polar Orbiting Environmental Satellite </DD><DT>POG</DT><DD>Psychological Operations Group </DD><DT>POI</DT><DD>Program of Instruction </DD><DT>POL</DT><DD>(1) Petroleum, Oils, and Lubricants; (2) Political </DD><DT>POL-MIL</DT><DD>Political-Military </DD><DT>POLAD</DT><DD>Political Advisor </DD><DT>POM</DT><DD>(1) Program Objective Memorandum; (2) Preparation for Overseas Movement </DD><DT>POMCUS</DT><DD>Prepositioned Organizational Materiel Configured in Unit Sets </DD><DT>POOS</DT><DD>Parachute Offset Oxygen System </DD><DT>POP</DT><DD>Point of Presence </DD><DT>POR</DT><DD>Preparation for Oversees Replacement </DD><DT>PORTS</DT><DD>(JOPES) (1) Portable Remote Telecommunications System; (2) Seaports Files; (3) Portable Receive and Transmit System </DD><DT>PORTS-1N</DT><DD>Portable Receive and Transmit System - 1N </DD><DT>PORTSREP</DT><DD>Ports Report File (JCS/J-3) </DD><DT>Pos</DT><DD>Position </DD><DT>POSIX</DT><DD>Preliminary Open System Interface Standard </DD><DT>Pos-Nav</DT><DD>Positioning and Navigation </DD><DT>POST</DT><DD>Prototype Ocean Surveillance Terminal </DD><DT>POTBI</DT><DD>Places, Organizations, Things, Biographics, Intangibles </DD><DT>POTF</DT><DD>Psychological Operations Task Force </DD><DT>POV</DT><DD>Privately Owned Vehicle </DD><DT>POW</DT><DD>Prisoner of War </DD><DT>POWERR</DT><DD>Prototype Workstation for Electronic Warfare and Radio </DD><DT>PP</DT><DD>Preprogramed </DD><DT>PPO</DT><DD>Pilot and Payload Operator </DD><DT>PPBES</DT><DD>Planning, Programming, and Budgeting Execution System </DD><DT>PPBS</DT><DD>Planning, Programming, and Budgeting System </DD><DT>PPC</DT><DD>Printing and Publications Center </DD><DT>PPDB</DT><DD>Point Positioning Data Base </DD><DT>PPF</DT><DD>Photographic Processing Facility </DD><DT>PPGM</DT><DD>Planning and Programming Guidance Memorandum </DD><DT>PPI</DT><DD>Pulse Position Indicator </DD><DT>PPIF</DT><DD>Photographic Processing and Interpretation Facility </DD><DT>PPL</DT><DD>Preferred Products List </DD><DT>PPM</DT><DD>(1) Parts Per Million; (2) Pulse Position Modulation </DD><DT>PPMS</DT><DD>Power Pattern Measurement System </DD><DT>PPS</DT><DD>Precision and Positioning Service </DD><DT>PR</DT><DD>(1) Production Requirement; (2) Personnel Recover </DD><DT>PRA</DT><DD>(1) Permanent Restricted Area; (2) Population Reception Area (NATO) </DD><DT>PRAM</DT><DD>Allied Mine </DD><DT>PRB</DT><DD>Program Review Board </DD><DT>PRBAC</DT><DD>Partition Rule Base Access Control </DD><DT>PRC</DT><DD>(1) Policy Review Committee; (2) Peopleé─˘s Republic of China </DD><DT>PRC(I)</DT><DD>Policy Review Committee (Intelligence) (now SIG(I)) </DD><DT>PRCSO</DT><DD>Peacetime Reconnaissance and Certain Sensitive Operations </DD><DT>PRD</DT><DD>(1) Production Responsibilities Document; (2) Presidential Review Directive </DD><DT>PRDA</DT><DD>Photo Reconnaissance Damage Assessment </DD><DT>PREMSS</DT><DD>Photo Reconnaissance and Exploitation Management Support </DD><DT>System</DT><DD></DD><DT>PREP/RAMP</DT><DD>Pre-Edit Processor/Report and Message Processor </DD><DT>PRF</DT><DD>Pulse Repetition Frequency </DD><DT>PRG</DT><DD>Program Review Group </DD><DT>PRGB</DT><DD>Point Reference Guild Book </DD><DT>PRI</DT><DD>(1) Pulse Repetition Interval; (2) Primary Rate Interface </DD><DT>PRIMAC</DT><DD>Production and Inventory Management and Control System </DD><DT>PRM</DT><DD>Presidential Review Memorandum </DD><DT>PROC</DT><DD>Processing/Process </DD><DT>PROCOMM</DT><DD>Terminal Emulation Software for DOS Workstations </DD><DT>PROD</DT><DD>Production </DD><DT>PROG</DT><DD>Program </DD><DT>PROM</DT><DD>Programmable Read-Only Memory </DD><DT>PROPIN</DT><DD>Caution é─ţ Proprietary Information Involved </DD><DT>PRP</DT><DD>Portable Radio Program </DD><DT>PRPG</DT><DD>Preliminary Reference Point Graphic </DD><DT>PRS</DT><DD>PACOM Remote System </DD><DT>PRSCO</DT><DD>Peacetime Reconnaissance and Sensitive Collection Operations </DD><DT>PRT</DT><DD>Personal Rapid Transit </DD><DT>PRTB</DT><DD>Soviet (FSU) Mobile Rocket Technical Base </DD><DT>PRU</DT><DD>Photographic Reconnaissance Unit </DD><DT>PS</DT><DD>(1) Processing Station; (2) Processing Segmext; (3) Policy Support </DD><DT>Ps</DT><DD>Permanent snowfields </DD><DT>PSAA</DT><DD>Pacific Special Activities Area </DD><DT>PSAC</DT><DD>Presidenté─˘s Scientific Advisory Committee </DD><DT>PSB</DT><DD>Harbor Patrol Boat </DD><DT>PSC</DT><DD>Principal Subordinate Command (NATO) </DD><DT>PSDU</DT><DD>Physical Layer Service Data Unit </DD><DT>PSI</DT><DD>(1) Pounds Per Square Inch; (2) Personnel Security Investigation </DD><DT>PSK</DT><DD>Phase Shift Keying </DD><DT>PSL</DT><DD>Protected Services List </DD><DT>PSN</DT><DD>(1) Packet Switching Node; (2) Public Switched Network; (3) Packet Switched Network </DD><DT>Psns</DT><DD>Positions </DD><DT>PSO</DT><DD>(1) Protective Structure Only; (2) Personnel Security Office; (3) Post Security Officer </DD><DT>PSP</DT><DD>(1) Pierced Steel Planking; (2) Planning Support Package </DD><DT>PSPS</DT><DD>PSYOP Studies Program Subsystem </DD><DT>PSR</DT><DD>(1) Post-Attack Status Report; (2) Periodic Status Report </DD><DT>PSRC</DT><DD>Presidential Selected Reserve Call-Up </DD><DT>PSS</DT><DD>Packet Switched Service </DD><DT>PST</DT><DD>Pacific Standard Time </DD><DT>PSTN</DT><DD>Public Switched Telecommunications Network </DD><DT>PSYOP</DT><DD>Psychological Operations </DD><DT>PSYOPGP</DT><DD>Psychological Operations Group </DD><DT>PSYWAR</DT><DD>Psychological Warfare </DD><DT>PT</DT><DD>(1) Torpedo Boat; (2) Part Time; (3) Physical Training </DD><DT>Pt</DT><DD>Peat </DD><DT>PTADB</DT><DD>Planning Terrain Analysis Data Base </DD><DT>PTG</DT><DD>Missile Attack Boat </DD><DT>PTGP</DT><DD>Part-Time Graduate Program </DD><DT>PTIAP</DT><DD>PACOM Theater Intelligence Architecture Program </DD><DT>PTL</DT><DD>Small Torpedo Boat </DD><DT>Ptl</DT><DD>Patrol </DD><DT>PTN</DT><DD>Pacific Tributary Network </DD><DT>PTP</DT><DD>(1) Probability to Penetrate; (2) Point-to-Point </DD><DT>PTR/P</DT><DD>Paper Tape Reader/Punch </DD><DT>PTS</DT><DD>Predicasts Terminal System </DD><DT>PTSR</DT><DD>Postmobilization Training Support Requirement </DD><DT>PTSS</DT><DD>Passive Thermal Suppression Suit </DD><DT>PTT</DT><DD>(1) Training Torpedo Boat; (2) Postal, Telephone, and Telegraph; (3) Push to talk </DD><DT>PTTP</DT><DD>USPACOM Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures </DD><DT>PTTDS</DT><DD>Projected Target Trends Data Sheet (FTL) </DD><DT>PTTP</DT><DD>USPACOM Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures </DD><DT>Pub</DT><DD>Publication </DD><DT>PUG</DT><DD>Partially Underground </DD><DT>PUP</DT><DD>(1) Performance Upgrade Program; (2) Pop-Up Point </DD><DT>PV</DT><DD>Physical Vulnerability </DD><DT>PVDS</DT><DD>Physical Vulnerability Data Sheets </DD><DT>PVITS</DT><DD>Portable Video Imagery Transmission System </DD><DT>PVST</DT><DD>Port Visit </DD><DT>PVO</DT><DD>(1) Air Defense (FSU); (2) Private Voluntary Organization </DD><DT>PVTM</DT><DD>Physical Vulnerability Technical Memorandum </DD><DT>PW</DT><DD>(1) Prisoner(s) of War; (2) Pulse Width </DD><DT>PWDS</DT><DD>Protected Wireline Distribution System </DD><DT>PWHQ</DT><DD>Primary War Headquarters </DD><DT>PWI</DT><DD>PACOM Warning Intelligence </DD><DT>PWIPS</DT><DD>Pre-Launch Warning Intelligence Processing System </DD><DT>PWRS</DT><DD>Prepositioned War Reserve Stock </DD><DT>PZ</DT><DD>Pick-Up Zone </DD></DL>Q

<DL><DT>QA</DT><DD>Quality Assessment </DD><DT>Q&A</DT><DD>Question and Answer </DD><DT>QBE</DT><DD>Query by Example </DD><DT>QC</DT><DD>Quality Control </DD><DT>QEA</DT><DD>Quick Erect Antenna </DD><DT>QM</DT><DD>Quartermaster </DD><DT>Q-MESSAGE</DT><DD>Classified Message on Navigational Hazard </DD><DT>QOL</DT><DD>Quality of Life </DD><DT>QPQ</DT><DD>Quid Pro Quo </DD><DT>QPSK</DT><DD>Quadrature Phase Shift Keying </DD><DT>Q/R</DT><DD>Query/Response </DD><DT>QRA</DT><DD>Quick Reaction Alert </DD><DT>QRA</DT><DD>Quick Reaction Antenna (TRC-167; TRC-170) </DD><DT>QRC</DT><DD>Quick Reaction Capability </DD><DT>QRF</DT><DD>Quick Response Force </DD><DT>QRG</DT><DD>Quick Response Graphic </DD><DT>QRLS</DT><DD>Quick Reaction Launch System </DD><DT>QRMP</DT><DD>Quick Response Multicolor Printer </DD><DT>QRP</DT><DD>Quick Reaction Package </DD><DT>QRRC</DT><DD>Quarterly Readiness Report to Congress </DD><DT>QRT</DT><DD>(1) Quick Reaction Task; (2) Quick Reaction Terminal </DD><DT>QRSA</DT><DD>Quick Reaction Satellite Antennae </DD><DT>QRSP</DT><DD>Quick Reaction Shuttle Payload </DD><DT>QSR</DT><DD>Quick Strike Reconnaissance </DD><DT>QSTAG</DT><DD>Quadripartite Standardization Agreement </DD><DT>QUICKSAT</DT><DD>Modified AN/FSC-78 </DD><DT>QUIP</DT><DD>Quarterly Intelligence Production Listing </DD></DL>R

<DL><DT>R</DT><DD>(1) Rock Outcrops; (2) Receiver </DD><DT>RA</DT><DD>(1) Restricted Area; (2) Responsible Agency; (3) Resident Agent </DD><DT>RAAF</DT><DD>Royal Australian Air Force </DD><DT>RAAP</DT><DD>Rapid Application of Air Power </DD><DT>RAC</DT><DD>Resident Agent in Charge </DD><DT>RACE</DT><DD>Rapid Automatic Cryptographic Equipment </DD><DT>RAF</DT><DD>Royal Air Force </DD><DT>RABFAC</DT><DD>Radar Beacon Forward Air Controller </DD><DT>RAC</DT><DD>Research and Analysis Company </DD><DT>RACO</DT><DD>Rear Area Combat Operations </DD><DT>RAD</DT><DD>Radiation Absorbed Dose </DD><DT>RADAR</DT><DD>Radio Detection and Ranging </DD><DT>RADAREXREP</DT><DD>Radar Exploitation Report </DD><DT>RADAY</DT><DD>Radio Day </DD><DT>RADBN</DT><DD>Radio Battalion </DD><DT>RADC</DT><DD>Rome Air Development Center </DD><DT>RADCM</DT><DD>Radar Countermeasures </DD><DT>RADCOM</DT><DD>Radio Communications </DD><DT>RADCON</DT><DD>Radiological Control </DD><DT>RADIAC</DT><DD>Radioactive Detection, Indication, and Computation </DD><DT>RADINT</DT><DD>Radar Intelligence </DD><DT>RADREL</DT><DD>Radio Relay </DD><DT>RAF</DT><DD>Royal Air Force (U.K.) </DD><DT>RAG</DT><DD>(1) River Assault Group; (2) Regimental Artillery Group (FSU) </DD><DT>RAIDS</DT><DD>Rapid Access Imagery Dissemination System </DD><DT>RAILS</DT><DD>Relational Analyses of Internetted Linkages System </DD><DT>RAM</DT><DD>(1) Rolling Airframe Missile; (2) Random Access Memory; (3) Radar Absorbing Materials; (4) Reliability, Availability, and </DD><DT>Maintainability</DT><DD></DD><DT>RAMP</DT><DD>Rating Maintenance Program </DD><DT>RAMPART</DT><DD>Radar Advanced Measurement Program for Analysis of Reentry </DD><DT>Techniques</DT><DD></DD><DT>RAOC</DT><DD>(1) Rear Area Operations Center; (2) Regional Air Operations Center </DD><DT>RAOWG</DT><DD>Radar and Optical Intelligence Working Group </DD><DT>RAP</DT><DD>(1) Rocket Assisted Projectile; (2) Remedial Action Projects </DD><DT>RAPIDE</DT><DD>Relocatable Army Processors for IntelligenceData-Europe </DD><DT>RAPIER</DT><DD>Rapid Emergency Reconstitution </DD><DT>RAPTOR</DT><DD>Responsive Aircraft Program for Theater Operations </DD><DT>RAS</DT><DD>(1) Record Assigned Systems; (2) Replenishmest at Sea; (3) Regional Analysis Section; (4) Rear Area Security; (5) Remote Access Support </DD><DT>RASC</DT><DD>Required Automated Services Center </DD><DT>RASS</DT><DD>Random Access Storage System </DD><DT>RAST</DT><DD>Regional Analyst Support Team </DD><DT>RATO</DT><DD>Rocket-Assisted Takeoff </DD><DT>RATT</DT><DD>Radio Teletypewriter/Teleprinter </DD><DT>RATV</DT><DD>Rescue All Terrain Vehicle </DD><DT>RAU</DT><DD>Radio Access Unit </DD><DT>RAWS</DT><DD>RAPIDE Analyst Workstation </DD><DT>RAWSII</DT><DD>Raw Statement of Intelligence Interest </DD><DT>RB/ER</DT><DD>Reduced Blast/Enhanced Radiation </DD><DT>RBIF</DT><DD>Red Basic Intelligence File </DD><DT>RBS</DT><DD>(1) Regional Broadcast System; (2) Remote Base Server </DD><DT>RC</DT><DD>(1) Radio-Controlled; (2) Required Capability; (3) Reserve Component; (4) Riverine Craft </DD><DT>RCA</DT><DD>(1) Riot Control Agent; (2) Royal Canadian Army; (3) Requirements Control Authority </DD><DT>RCAF</DT><DD>Royal Canadian Air Force </DD><DT>RCAS</DT><DD>Reserve Component Automated System </DD><DT>RCC</DT><DD>(1) Regional Control Center; (2) Rescue Coordination Center </DD><DT>RCF</DT><DD>Remote Collection facility </DD><DT>RCM</DT><DD>Radar Countermeasures </DD><DT>RCOC</DT><DD>Regional Communications Operations Center </DD><DT>RCMP</DT><DD>Royal Canadian Mounted Police </DD><DT>RCP</DT><DD>Remote Communications Processor </DD><DT>RCS</DT><DD>(1) Radar Cross Section; (2) Remote Collection System </DD><DT>RCSS</DT><DD>(1) Reconnaissance Cargo; (2) RC-135 Support Service </DD><DT>RCST</DT><DD>RC-135 Support Team </DD><DT>RCU</DT><DD>Reserve Component Unit </DD><DT>RCV</DT><DD>Receive </DD><DT>RCW</DT><DD>Reconfigurable Workstation </DD><DT>RCZ</DT><DD>Rear Combat Zone </DD><DT>RD</DT><DD>(1) Restricted Data; (2) Radius of Damage; (3) Replacement Detachment; (4) Readiness Division </DD><DT>R&D</DT><DD>Research and Development </DD><DT>RD&A</DT><DD>Research, Development, and Acquisition </DD><DT>RDA</DT><DD>Research, Development, Acquisition </DD><DT>RDAISA</DT><DD>United States Army Research, Development & Acquisition </DD><DT>Information</DT><DD>Systems Agency </DD><DT>RDB</DT><DD>Requirements Data Base </DD><DT>RDBMS</DT><DD>Relational Data Base Management System </DD><DT>RDC</DT><DD>Rapid Deployment Capability </DD><DT>RDD</DT><DD>Required Delivery Date </DD><DT>RDE</DT><DD>Radiation Detection Experiment </DD><DT>RDEC</DT><DD>Research Development Engineering Center </DD><DT>RDF</DT><DD>(1) Radio Direction Finding; (2) Rapid Deployment Force </DD><DT>RDI</DT><DD>Reconnaissance, Detection & Identification </DD><DT>RDIT</DT><DD>Rapid Deployment Imagery Terminals </DD><DT>RDJTF</DT><DD>Rapid Deployment Joint Task Force </DD><DT>RDL</DT><DD>Recurring Document Listing </DD><DT>RDMSS</DT><DD>Rapidly Deployable Mobile SIGINT Systems </DD><DT>RDS</DT><DD>(1) Remote Display System; (2) Rapid Dissemination System </DD><DT>RDSS</DT><DD>Rapidly Deployed Surveillance System </DD><DT>RDT&E</DT><DD>Research, Development, Test and Evaluation </DD><DT>RDV</DT><DD>Rapid Deployment Vehicles </DD><DT>RE</DT><DD>Receive Element </DD><DT>READ</DT><DD>Readiness </DD><DT>READYCAP</DT><DD>Fighter Aircraft in Standby Condition </DD><DT>REC</DT><DD>Radio-Electronic Combat </DD><DT>RECA</DT><DD>Residual Capabilities Assessment </DD><DT>RECA(T)</DT><DD>Residual Capability Assessment (Team) </DD><DT>RECAP</DT><DD>Requirements and Capabilities System </DD><DT>RECAS</DT><DD>Residual Capabilities Assessment System </DD><DT>RECC</DT><DD>Regional Emergency Communications Coordinator </DD><DT>RECCE</DT><DD>Reconnaissance </DD><DT>RECCEXREP</DT><DD>Reconnaissance Exploitation Report </DD><DT>RECI</DT><DD>Radar Emitter Classification Identification </DD><DT>RECLAU</DT><DD>Reconnaissance Launch Report </DD><DT>RECON</DT><DD>Reconnaissance </DD><DT>RECONBN</DT><DD>Reconnaissance Battalion </DD><DT>RECONT</DT><DD>Reconnaissance Intentions Report </DD><DT>REDCOM</DT><DD>Readiness Command </DD><DT>REDCON</DT><DD>Readiness Condition </DD><DT>RED</DT><DD>Cell Rapid Exploitation and Dissemination Cell </DD><DT>RED</DT><DD>FLAG ACC Combat Flying Exercise at Nellis AFB </DD><DT>RED</DT><DD>HORSE Deployable Civil Engineering Group </DD><DT>REDTRAIN</DT><DD>Readiness Training </DD><DT>REFORGER</DT><DD>Return of Forces to Germany (Exercise) </DD><DT>RFC</DT><DD>Request for Collection </DD><DT>REG</DT><DD>Regulation </DD><DT>REGT/Regt</DT><DD>Regiment </DD><DT>REL</DT><DD>Releasable </DD><DT>RELCAN</DT><DD>Releasable to Canada </DD><DT>RELROK</DT><DD>Releasable to the Republic of Korea </DD><DT>REM</DT><DD>Route Evaluation Module </DD><DT>REMAB</DT><DD>Remote Marshalling Base </DD><DT>REMBASS</DT><DD>Remotely Emplaced Battlefield Surveillance System </DD><DT>REMS</DT><DD>Remote Employed Sensors </DD><DT>REMT</DT><DD>Regional Emergency Management Team </DD><DT>RENS</DT><DD>Reconnaissance, Electronic Warfare & Naval Intelligence </DD><DT>System</DT><DD></DD><DT>REP</DT><DD>(1) Range Error Probable; (2) Reserve Exploitation Program; (3) Representative </DD><DT>RES</DT><DD>Remote Earth Sensing </DD><DT>Res</DT><DD>Reserve </DD><DT>RESDAT</DT><DD>Restricted Data </DD><DT>RESTA</DT><DD>Reconnaissance, Surveillance & Target Acquisition </DD><DT>RETRANS</DT><DD>Retransmission </DD><DT>RETS</DT><DD>Remoted Target System </DD><DT>REUTERS</DT><DD>A News Service </DD><DT>REW(S)</DT><DD>Radio Electronic Warfare (Service) </DD><DT>REWSON</DT><DD>Reconnaissance, Electronic Warfare, Special Operations & </DD><DT>Naval</DT><DD>Intelligence Processing System </DD><DT>RF</DT><DD>(1) Radio Frequency; (2) Representative Fraction </DD><DT>RF-4</DT><DD>Designator for Reconnaissance Aircraft (USAF/USMC) </DD><DT>RFA</DT><DD>Restricted Fire Area </DD><DT>RFC</DT><DD>Request for Collection </DD><DT>RFD</DT><DD>Radio Frequency Distribution </DD><DT>RFE/RL</DT><DD>Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty </DD><DT>RFI</DT><DD>(1) Radio Frequency Interference; (2) Request for Information </DD><DT>RFIS</DT><DD>Reserve Forces Intelligence School </DD><DT>RFL</DT><DD>Restrictive Fire Line </DD><DT>RFMETS</DT><DD>Radio Frequency Mobile Electronics Test Set </DD><DT>RFP</DT><DD>(1) Remaining Force Potential; (2) Radio Frequency Pulse; (3) Request for Proposal; (4) Request for Production </DD><DT>RFPI</DT><DD>Rapid Force Projection Initiative </DD><DT>RFPW</DT><DD>Radio Frequency Pulse Weapon </DD><DT>RFR</DT><DD>Request for Requirements </DD><DT>RFS</DT><DD>Request for Service </DD><DT>RFTB</DT><DD>Reserve Force Target Base </DD><DT>RFTL</DT><DD>Reserve Forces Target List </DD><DT>RGB</DT><DD>Red-Green-Blue </DD><DT>RGR</DT><DD>(1) Ranger; (2) Roger </DD><DT>RGS</DT><DD>Relay Ground Station </DD><DT>RGT</DT><DD>Regiment </DD><DT>RHAW</DT><DD>Radar Homing and Warning </DD><DT>RHIB</DT><DD>Rubber Hull Inflatable Boat </DD><DT>RI</DT><DD>Routing Indicator </DD><DT>RIB</DT><DD>Rigid Inflatable Boat </DD><DT>RIC</DT><DD>(1) Regional Intelligence Center; (2) Resource Identification Code </DD><DT>RIF</DT><DD>Reduction in Force </DD><DT>RII</DT><DD>Request for Intelligence Information </DD><DT>RIM</DT><DD>ROTHR Interface Module </DD><DT>RIMPAC</DT><DD>U.S. Naval Exercise </DD><DT>RIMS</DT><DD>Requirements Inventory Management System </DD><DT>RINT</DT><DD>Unintentional Radiation Intelligence </DD><DT>RIO</DT><DD>Radar Intercept Officer </DD><DT>RIP</DT><DD>(1) Register of Intelligence Publications; (2) Reconnaissance Information Point </DD><DT>RIPL</DT><DD>Reconnaissance and Interdiction Planning Line (NATO) </DD><DT>RIPSO</DT><DD>Revised IP Security Option </DD><DT>RISC</DT><DD>Reduced Instruction Set Computer </DD><DT>RISOP</DT><DD>Red Integrated Strategic Operations Plan </DD><DT>RISP</DT><DD>Reserve Intelligence Support Project </DD><DT>RIT</DT><DD>Remote Imagery Transceiver </DD><DT>RITS</DT><DD>Remote Imagery Transceiver System </DD><DT>RJITF</DT><DD>Regional Joint Intelligence Training Facility </DD><DT>RL</DT><DD>(1) Rocket Launcher; (2) Radio Liberty; (3) Receive Location </DD><DT>RLG</DT><DD>Ring Laser Gyro </DD><DT>RM</DT><DD>(1) Requirements Management; (2) Resource Management </DD><DT>RMBUX</DT><DD>Rocky Mountain Basic UNIX </DD><DT>RMEC</DT><DD>Regional Military Emergency Coordinator </DD><DT>RMG</DT><DD>Resource Management Group </DD><DT>RMO</DT><DD>(1) Records Management Officer; (2) Requirements Management Office </DD><DT>RMS</DT><DD>(1) Requirements Management System; (2) Remote Monitoring System </DD><DT>RNAV</DT><DD>Area Navigation </DD><DT>RNO</DT><DD>Regional Nuclear Option </DD><DT>RNP</DT><DD>(1) Radio Navigation Point; (2) Remote Network Processor </DD><DT>RO</DT><DD>(1) Reporting Officer; (2) Radar Operation; (3) Receive Only; (4) Resident Office </DD><DT>RO/RO</DT><DD>Roll-On/Roll-Off (Ship) </DD><DT>ROB</DT><DD>Radar Order of Battle </DD><DT>ROC</DT><DD>(1) Required Operational Capability; (2) Republic of China; (3) Reconnaissance Operations Center; (4) Required Operational Capability; (5) Regional Operations Center </DD><DT>ROCC</DT><DD>Regional Operations Control Center </DD><DT>ROD</DT><DD>Reconnaissance Operations Division </DD><DT>RODCA</DT><DD>(1) Reporting of DoD HUMINT Collection Activities; (2) Message Caveat </DD><DT>ROE</DT><DD>Rules of Engagement </DD><DT>ROF</DT><DD>(1) Rate of Fire; (2) Remote Operating Facility </DD><DT>ROFA</DT><DD>Remote Operating Facility Airborne </DD><DT>ROIPB</DT><DD>Rear Operations Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield </DD><DT>ROK</DT><DD>Republic of Korea </DD><DT>ROKA</DT><DD>Republic of Korea Army </DD><DT>ROKAF</DT><DD>Republic of Korea Air Force </DD><DT>ROKN</DT><DD>Republic of Korea Navy </DD><DT>ROKUSCFC</DT><DD>Republic of Korea and U.S. Combined Forces Command </DD><DT>ROM</DT><DD>Read Only Memory </DD><DT>RON</DT><DD>Remain Overnight </DD><DT>ROP</DT><DD>Remote Operating Position </DD><DT>RORSAT</DT><DD>Soviet (FSU) Radar Ocean Reconnaissance Satellite </DD><DT>ROSE</DT><DD>Remote Optical Sensing of the Environment </DD><DT>ROSS</DT><DD>Refinement of SIGINT Support </DD><DT>ROT</DT><DD>Rotating Position </DD><DT>ROTC</DT><DD>Reserve Officer Training Corps </DD><DT>ROTHR</DT><DD>Relocatable Over-the-Horizon Radar </DD><DT>ROU</DT><DD>Radius of Uncertainty </DD><DT>ROW</DT><DD>Rest-of-World </DD><DT>RP</DT><DD>(1) Reference Point; (2) Release Point </DD><DT>RPA</DT><DD>Reserve Personnel Allotment </DD><DT>RPB</DT><DD>Regional Preparedness Board </DD><DT>RPC</DT><DD>(1) Regional Preparedness Committee; (2) Regional Reporting Center; (3) Remote Procedure Calls; (4) Rapid Positioning </DD><DT>Capability</DT><DD></DD><DT>RPE</DT><DD>Reconnaissance Planning Element </DD><DT>RPG</DT><DD>(1) Soviet (FSU) Shoulder-Fired Antitank Grenade Launcher; (2) Report Program Generator </DD><DT>RPK</DT><DD>Soviet (FSU) Light Machinegun (similar in design to the AK rifle) </DD><DT>RPM</DT><DD>(1) Revolutions per Minute; (2) Rounds per Minute </DD><DT>RPT</DT><DD>Report </DD><DT>RPTG</DT><DD>Reporting </DD><DT>RPV</DT><DD>Remotely Piloted Vehicle </DD><DT>RQS</DT><DD>Rescue Squadron </DD><DT>RQT</DT><DD>(1) Reliability Qualification Tests; (2) Requirement </DD><DT>RQMTS</DT><DD>Requirements </DD><DT>RR</DT><DD>(1) Railroad; (2) Radio Relay </DD><DT>R&R</DT><DD>Rest and Recreation </DD><DT>RRC</DT><DD>Regional Reporting Center </DD><DT>RRDB</DT><DD>Rapidly Reconfigurable Data Base </DD><DT>RRF</DT><DD>(1) Ready Reserve Force; (2) Rapid Reaction Force (ACE) </DD><DT>RRG</DT><DD>Remote Receive Group </DD><DT>RRI</DT><DD>Response to Request for Information </DD><DT>RRICS</DT><DD>Rapid Response Imagery Capability System </DD><DT>RRII</DT><DD>Response to Request for Intelligence Information </DD><DT>RRM</DT><DD>Red Resource Monitoring </DD><DT>RRP</DT><DD>Rapid Reinforcement Plan </DD><DT>RRS</DT><DD>Remote Receive Station </DD><DT>RRT</DT><DD>Radio Receive/Transmitter </DD><DT>RRTP</DT><DD>Rail-to-Road Transfer Point </DD><DT>RS</DT><DD>Reconnaissance/Surveillance </DD><DT>R&S</DT><DD>Reconnaissance and Surveillance </DD><DT>RSB</DT><DD>PSYOP Regional Support Battalion </DD><DT>RSBN</DT><DD>Short-Range Navigation System (FSU) </DD><DT>RSDN</DT><DD>Long-Range Navigation System (FSU) </DD><DT>RSC</DT><DD>(1) Regional Support Commands; (2) PSYOP Regional Support </DD><DT>Company</DT><DD></DD><DT>R&SC</DT><DD>Reconnaissance and Surveillance Center </DD><DT>RSE</DT><DD>Ranger Support Element </DD><DT>RSI,</DT><DD>R/S/I Rationalization, Standardization and Interoperability </DD><DT>RSN</DT><DD>Red Switched Network </DD><DT>RSO</DT><DD>(1) Reconnaissance & Survey Officer; (2) Regional Security Officer </DD><DT>RSOC</DT><DD>Regional SIGINT Operations Center </DD><DT>RSOD</DT><DD>Remote Satellite Operations Demonstration </DD><DT>RSOG</DT><DD>Reserve Special Operations Group </DD><DT>RSR</DT><DD>(1) Resource Status Report; (2) Required Supply Rate; (3) Radar Service Request </DD><DT>RSSC</DT><DD>Regional Space Support Centers </DD><DT>RSSP</DT><DD>Reconnaissance Support Survivability Program </DD><DT>RST</DT><DD>(1) Recovery Support Team; (2) Regional Survey Team </DD><DT>RSTA</DT><DD>Reconnaissance, Surveillance, & Target Acquisition </DD><DT>RSW</DT><DD>Reflected Shockwave </DD><DT>RT</DT><DD>(1) Real Time; (2) Radio Telephone; (3) Relocatable Target; (4) Radius of Target </DD><DT>RTA</DT><DD>Residual Threat Assessment </DD><DT>RTAPS</DT><DD>Relocatable Target Adaptive Planning Support </DD><DT>RTASS</DT><DD>Remote Tactical Airborne SIGINT System </DD><DT>RTCE</DT><DD>Rapid Targeting Capability Europe </DD><DT>RTG</DT><DD>Reconnaissance Technical Group (TAC, USAFE, PACAF) </DD><DT>RTIC</DT><DD>(1) Regional Threat Information Cell; (2) Real-Time Information to the Cockpit </DD><DT>RTIP</DT><DD>Real-Time Interactive Processor </DD><DT>RTM</DT><DD>Receiver/Transmitter/Modem </DD><DT>RTOS</DT><DD>Real-Time Optical System </DD><DT>RTP</DT><DD>Rail Transfer Point </DD><DT>RTS</DT><DD>(1) Reconnaissance Technical Squadron; (2) Real-Time Simulator </DD><DT>RTS-I</DT><DD>Regional Training Site(s)-Intelligence </DD><DT>RTSP</DT><DD>Real-Time Signal Processor </DD><DT>RU</DT><DD>(1) Roundup; (2) Resident Unit </DD><DT>RUNT</DT><DD>Russian Underground Nuclear Test </DD><DT>RURPOP</DT><DD>Rural Population File </DD><DT>RV</DT><DD>(1) Reentry Vehicle; (2) Radius of Vulnerability; (3) Reconnaissance Vehicle </DD><DT>RVT</DT><DD>Remote Video Terminal </DD><DT>RW</DT><DD>(1) Radiological Warfare; (2) Rotary Wing; (3) Reconnaissance Wing </DD><DT>RWH</DT><DD>Radar Warning & Homing </DD><DT>RWI</DT><DD>Radio Wireline Interface/Integration </DD><DT>RWO</DT><DD>Reconnaissance Watch Officer </DD><DT>RWR</DT><DD>Radar Warning Receiver </DD><DT>RWS</DT><DD>Remote Workstation </DD><DT>RX</DT><DD>Receive </DD><DT>RZ</DT><DD>Recovery Zone </DD></DL>S

<DL><DT>S</DT><DD>Secret </DD><DT>/s/</DT><DD>Signature </DD><DT>S-1</DT><DD>Personnel Staff Officer </DD><DT>S-2</DT><DD>Intelligence Staff Officer; Brigade, Battalion, and Armored Cavalry </DD><DT>S-3</DT><DD>Operations Staff Officer </DD><DT>SA</DT><DD>(1) Logistics Staff Officer; (2) Special Access; (3) Situational Awareness; (4) Signals Analysis; (5) Surface-to-Air; used to identify FSU Surface-to-Air Missiles, e.g., SA-7/GRAIL; (6) Situation Assessment; (7) Security Assistance; (8) Special Agent; (9) Stand Alone; (10) Secretary of the Army; (11) Systems Administrator; (12) Strategic Attack </DD><DT>SAA</DT><DD>(1) Special Area Assessments; (2) Strategic Air Army </DD><DT>SAAC</DT><DD>Strategic Analysis Applications Center </DD><DT>SAAM</DT><DD>Special Assignment Airlift Mission </DD><DT>SAASE</DT><DD>Standard Data Element-Based Automated Architecture Support </DD><DT>Environment</DT><DD></DD><DT>SACC</DT><DD>Supporting Arms Coordination Center </DD><DT>SACCS</DT><DD>Strategic Air Command Automated Command & Control System </DD><DT>SACS</DT><DD>(1) Secure Access Control System; (2) STU-III Access Control System </DD><DT>SAE</DT><DD>Service Acquisition Executive </DD><DT>SAB</DT><DD>Subject as Above </DD><DT>SAC</DT><DD>(1) Strategic Air Command; (2) Scientific Advisory Committee; (3) Senate Appropriations Committee </DD><DT>SACDIN</DT><DD>SAC Digital Network </DD><DT>SACEUR</DT><DD>Supreme Allied Commander, Europe (NATO) </DD><DT>SACLANT</DT><DD>Supreme Allied Commander, Atlantic (NATO) </DD><DT>SACLANTREPEUR</DT><DD>SACLANT Representative in Europe </DD><DT>SACOM</DT><DD>Southern Area Command </DD><DT>SACOS</DT><DD>SAC Operational Staff </DD><DT>SACWARNS</DT><DD>(1) Strategic Air Command Indications and Warning; (2) SAC Warning System </DD><DT>SADARM</DT><DD>Sense and Destroy Armor </DD><DT>SADF</DT><DD>South African Defense Force </DD><DT>SADO</DT><DD>Senior Air Defense Officer </DD><DT>SADT</DT><DD>Structured Analysis Design Technique </DD><DT>SAEDA</DT><DD>Subversion and Espionage Directed Against the Army </DD><DT>SAF</DT><DD>(1) Soviet (FSU) Air Force; (2) Source Acquisitions File; (3) Secretary of the Air Force; (4) US Air Force Staff </DD><DT>SAFE</DT><DD>(1) Support for the Analystsé─˘ File Environment; (2) Selected Area for Evasion </DD><DT>SAFF</DT><DD>Safing, Arming, Fuzing, and Firing </DD><DT>SAF/O/T</DT><DD>Security Assistance Force/Organization/Team </DD><DT>SAG</DT><DD>(1) Study Advisory Group; (2) Surface Action Group; (3) Strategic Advisory Group </DD><DT>SAGE</DT><DD>Semiautomatic Ground Environment (Radar) </DD><DT>SAI</DT><DD>Strategic Command Administrative Instruction </DD><DT>SAIB</DT><DD>Safe Area Intelligence Brief </DD><DT>SAID</DT><DD>Safe Area Intelligence Description </DD><DT>SAIS</DT><DD>Strategic Aerospace Intelligence System </DD><DT>SAL</DT><DD>(1) Strategic Arms Limitation; (2) Submarine Alerting and Locating </DD><DT>SALT</DT><DD>(1) Strategic Arms Limitation Talks; (2) Supporting Arms Liaison Team </DD><DT>SALUTE</DT><DD>Size, Activity, Location, Unit, Time, Equipment (spot report format) </DD><DT>SAM</DT><DD>(1) Surface-to-Air Missile; (2) Summary Assessment Matrix </DD><DT>SAMOB</DT><DD>Surface-to-Air Missile Order of Battle </DD><DT>SAMSO</DT><DD>Space And Missile System Organization </DD><DT>SAMT</DT><DD>State of the Art Medium Terminals </DD><DT>SAO</DT><DD>(1) Special Access/Activities Office; (2) Select Attack Option; (3) Special Access Only; (4) Security Assistance Organization; (5) Security Assistance Office </DD><DT>SAOB</DT><DD>FSU Air Order of Battle </DD><DT>SAOC</DT><DD>(1) Space Actions Officers Course; (2) Sector Air Operations Center </DD><DT>SAOCS</DT><DD>Submarine/Aircraft Optical Communications System </DD><DT>SAP</DT><DD>(1) Special Access Program; (2) System Acquisition Plan </DD><DT>SAPAS</DT><DD>Semiautomatic Population Analysis System </DD><DT>SAR</DT><DD>(1) Search and Rescue; (2) Synthetic Aperture Radar; (3) Special Access Required; (4) Sea-Air Rescue </DD><DT>SARC</DT><DD>Surveillance and Reconnaissance Center </DD><DT>SARDA</DT><DD>Secretary of the Army for Research, Development and Acquisition </DD><DT>SARP</DT><DD>Storage and Retrieval Processor </DD><DT>SARPF</DT><DD>Strategic Air Relocatable Processing Facility </DD><DT>SARSAT</DT><DD>Search and Rescue Satellite-Aided Tracking </DD><DT>SART</DT><DD>Strategic Aircraft Recovery Team </DD><DT>SARV</DT><DD>Strategic Aerospace Reconnaissance Vehicle </DD><DT>SAS</DT><DD>(1) Strategic Area Study; (2) Strategic Aerospace Summary; (3) Special Activities Squadron; (4) Support to Analyst Subsystem; (5) Survivable Adaptive Systems </DD><DT>SASC</DT><DD>Senate Armed Services Committee </DD><DT>SASM</DT><DD>Strategic Air-to-Surface Missile </DD><DT>SASS</DT><DD>(1) Small Aerostat Surveillance System; (2) Systems Acquisition Support Services </DD><DT>SAT</DT><DD>(1) Satellite; (2) Staff Augmentation Team; (3) Satisfactory </DD><DT>SATCOM</DT><DD>Satellite Communications </DD><DT>SATCOMA</DT><DD>Satellite Communications Agency (U.S. Army) </DD><DT>SATKA</DT><DD>Surveillance, Acquisition, Tracking, and Kill Assessment </DD><DT>SATRAN</DT><DD>(1) Satellite Reconnaissance Advanced Notice; (2) Satellite Transmission </DD><DT>SATS</DT><DD>Southwest Asia Telecommunications System </DD><DT>SATVUL</DT><DD>Satellite Vulnerability </DD><DT>SAVE</DT><DD>Situation Analysis and Vulnerability Estimate </DD><DT>SAVI</DT><DD>Systems Analysis of Vulnerability to Intrusion </DD><DT>SAWC</DT><DD>Special Air Warfare Center </DD><DT>SAWG</DT><DD>Simulation and Analysis Working Group </DD><DT>SAWIC</DT><DD>Strike and Amphibious Warfare Intelligence Center </DD><DT>SAWS</DT><DD>Submarine Analyst Work Station </DD><DT>SAWVS</DT><DD>Satellite Attack Warning and Verification System </DD><DT>SB</DT><DD>Sentinel Byte </DD><DT>S-BAND</DT><DD>2 to 4 GHz </DD><DT>SBB</DT><DD>Sustained Bare Base </DD><DT>SBI</DT><DD>(1) Special Background Investigation; (2) Space-Based Interceptor </DD><DT>SBIRS</DT><DD>Space-based Infrared Radar System </DD><DT>SBIS</DT><DD>Sustaining Base Information Services </DD><DT>SBKKV</DT><DD>Space-Based Kinetic Kill Vehicle </DD><DT>SBL</DT><DD>Space-Based Laser </DD><DT>SBM</DT><DD>Single-Point Mooring Buoy </DD><DT>SBR</DT><DD>(1) Special Boat Squadron; (2) Space-Based Radar </DD><DT>SBS</DT><DD>Site Backbone Segment </DD><DT>SBSS</DT><DD>Space-Based Surveillance System </DD><DT>SBU</DT><DD>(1) Special Boat Unit; (2) Sensitive but Unclassified </DD><DT>SBWASS</DT><DD>Space-Based Wide-Area Surveillance System </DD><DT>SC</DT><DD>(1) Science Committee (NATO); (2) Signal Corps; (3) Security Code; (4) Signal Company; (5) System Center; (6) Structural Category; (7) Screen Commander or Coordinator; (8) Air Force Communications-Computers Directorate; (9) Submarine Conversion </DD><DT>SCA</DT><DD>Service Cryptologic Agency </DD><DT>SCAD</DT><DD>Subsonic Cruise Armed Decoy </DD><DT>SCAMP</DT><DD>Sensor Control and Management Platoon </DD><DT>SCAMPI</DT><DD>SOF C3I Telecommunications System </DD><DT>SCARE</DT><DD>Standard Collection Asset Request Format </DD><DT>SCATANA</DT><DD>Security Control of Air Traffic and Air Navigation Aids </DD><DT>SCC</DT><DD>(1) Special Coordination Committee; (2) Standing Consultative </DD><DT>Commission</DT><DD>(SALT); (3) Surveillance Coordination Center; (4) System Control Center; (5) Space Control Center; (6) Service Component Commander </DD><DT>SC</DT><DD>CAT SOUTHCOM Crisis Action Team </DD><DT>SCC(I)</DT><DD>Special Coordination Committee (Intelligence) </DD><DT>SCCP</DT><DD>Single-Channel Command Post </DD><DT>SCCS-R</DT><DD>Single-Channel Collection System - Rear </DD><DT>SCCTV</DT><DD>Secure Closed-Circuit Television </DD><DT>SCDL</DT><DD>Surveillance and Control Data Link (JSTARS) </DD><DT>SCE</DT><DD>Service Cryptologic Element </DD><DT>SCF</DT><DD>Satellite Control Facility </DD><DT>SCF-UK</DT><DD>Save the Children Federation-UK </DD><DT>SCG</DT><DD>Special Consultative Group (NATO) </DD><DT>SCI</DT><DD>(1) Sensitive Compartmented Information or Information Programs; (2) Source Code Indicator </DD><DT>SCIBS</DT><DD>Sensitive Compartmented Information Billet System </DD><DT>SCIC</DT><DD>State Crime Information Center </DD><DT>SCIF</DT><DD>Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility </DD><DT>SCIM</DT><DD>Subject Codes for Intelligence Management </DD><DT>SCIMITAR</DT><DD>System for Countering Interdiction Missiles and Target Radars </DD><DT>SCINET</DT><DD>Sensitive Compartmented Information Network (DoDIIS) </DD><DT>SCIP</DT><DD>Special Communications Intelligence Package </DD><DT>SCIPMIS</DT><DD>Standard Civilian Personnel Management Information System </DD><DT>SCIPS</DT><DD>Sensitive Compartmented Information Processing System </DD><DT>SCIS</DT><DD>Survivable Communication Information System </DD><DT>SCISS</DT><DD>SOUTHCOM Intelligence Support System </DD><DT>SCI-VTC</DT><DD>Sensitive Compartmented Information-Video Teleconferencing </DD><DT>SC</DT><DD>J2 USSOUTHCOM J2 </DD><DT>SCL</DT><DD>Standard Conventional Load </DD><DT>SCLNO</DT><DD>SOUTHCOM Liaison Officer </DD><DT>SCM</DT><DD>Security Countermeasures </DD><DT>SCN</DT><DD>Satellite Control Network </DD><DT>SCO</DT><DD>(1) Service Cryptologic Organizations; (2) Sub-Control Office </DD><DT>SCOLA</DT><DD>Satellite Communications for Learning </DD><DT>SCORE</DT><DD>Signal Communications by Orbiting Relay Equipment </DD><DT>SCOTT</DT><DD>Single-Channel Objective Tactical Terminal </DD><DT>SCP</DT><DD>Secure Conferencing Project </DD><DT>SCPC</DT><DD>Single Channel per Carrier </DD><DT>SCS</DT><DD>(1) Signal Collection System; (2) Satellite Control Squadron </DD><DT>SCSC</DT><DD>SOUTHCOM Support Center </DD><DT>SCSI</DT><DD>Small Computer Systems Interface </DD><DT>SCT</DT><DD>(1) Single-Channel Terminal; (2) Single-Channel Transponder </DD><DT>SCUBA</DT><DD>Self-Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus </DD><DT>SCUD</DT><DD>Nickname of a Missile System </DD><DT>SD</DT><DD>(1) Space Director; (2) Standard Displacement; (3) Senior Director; (4) Security Division; (5) Strategic Command </DD><DT>Directive</DT><DD></DD><DT>SDA</DT><DD>(1) Ships Destination Authority; (2) Strike Damage Assessment </DD><DT>S&DA</DT><DD>Strike and Damage Assessment </DD><DT>SDB</DT><DD>Space Data Base </DD><DT>SDC</DT><DD>(1) Strategic Dissemination Company; (2) Strategic Defense Command </DD><DT>SDD</DT><DD>Secure Data Device </DD><DT>SDF</DT><DD>Structured Data Fields </DD><DT>SDHS</DT><DD>Satellite Data Handling System </DD><DT>SDI</DT><DD>Strategic Defense Initiative </DD><DT>SDIE</DT><DD>Special Defense Intelligence Estimate </DD><DT>SDIN</DT><DD>(1) Secure Digital Information Network; (2) Special Defense Intelligence Notice </DD><DT>SDIO</DT><DD>Strategic Defense Initiative Organization </DD><DT>SDIS</DT><DD>Switched Digital Integrated Service </DD><DT>SDLC</DT><DD>Synchronous Data Link Control </DD><DT>SDM</DT><DD>Standoff Destructive Munition </DD><DT>SDMA</DT><DD>Spaced Division Multiple Access </DD><DT>SDMS</DT><DD>SINET Data Management System </DD><DT>SDNRIU</DT><DD>Secure Digital Network Radio Interface Unit </DD><DT>SDNS</DT><DD>Secure Data Network System </DD><DT>SDO</DT><DD>System Development Office </DD><DT>SDOB</DT><DD>Scaled Depth of Burst </DD><DT>SDR</DT><DD>(1) Source-Directed Requirements; (2) System Design Review </DD><DT>SDS</DT><DD>(1) Satellite Data System; (2) SIGINT Direct Support; (3) Satellite Dissemination System; (4) Secondary </DD><DT>Dissemination</DT><DD>System; (5) Strategic Defense System; (6) Switched Data Services; (7) Spatial Data Server; (8) Small </DD><DT>Digital</DT><DD>Switch </DD><DT>SDV</DT><DD>(1) Swimmer Delivery Vehicle; (2) SEAL Delivery Vehicle </DD><DT>SDVT</DT><DD>SEAL Delivery Vehicle Team </DD><DT>SDYS</DT><DD>Studies </DD><DT>SE</DT><DD>Southeastern </DD><DT>SEA</DT><DD>(1) Southeast Asia; (2) Senior Enlisted Advisor </DD><DT>SEABEE</DT><DD>Navy Construction Battalion Personnel </DD><DT>SEALANCE</DT><DD>Anti-Submarine Warfare Standoff Weapons (ASW/SOW) </DD><DT>SEAD</DT><DD>Suppression of Enemy Air Defense </DD><DT>SEADS</DT><DD>Southeast Air Defense Sector </DD><DT>SEAGA</DT><DD>Selective Employment Air Ground Alert Forces </DD><DT>SEAL</DT><DD>Sea/Air/Land </DD><DT>SEASTAG</DT><DD>SEATO Standardization Agreement </DD><DT>SEATO</DT><DD>Southeast Asia Treaty Organization </DD><DT>SEAWATCH</DT><DD>NOSIC On-Line Computer System </DD><DT>SEC</DT><DD>(1) Second; (2) Section; (3) Submarine Element Coordinator </DD><DT>SECAF</DT><DD>Secretary of the Air Force </DD><DT>SECARMY</DT><DD>Secretary of the Army </DD><DT>SECC</DT><DD>Survivable Enduring Command Center </DD><DT>SECCLEAR</DT><DD>Security Clearance (Management System) </DD><DT>SECDEF</DT><DD>Secretary of Defense </DD><DT>SECNAV</DT><DD>Secretary of the Navy </DD><DT>SECOM</DT><DD>Security Committee </DD><DT>SECS</DT><DD>Survivable and Enduring Communications System </DD><DT>SECSTATE</DT><DD>Secretary of State </DD><DT>SECTY</DT><DD>Security </DD><DT>SED</DT><DD>Simulated Electronic Deception </DD><DT>SEDSCAF</DT><DD>Standard ELINT Data System Codes and Formats </DD><DT>SEE</DT><DD>(1) System Engineering and Evaluation; (2) Softcopy Exploitation Environment </DD><DT>SEEI</DT><DD>Special Essential Elements of Information </DD><DT>SEEK</DT><DD>Soviet Emigre Exploitation Kit </DD><DT>SEI</DT><DD>Specific Emitter Identification </DD><DT>SEIP</DT><DD>Senior Enlisted Intelligence Program </DD><DT>SEIS</DT><DD>Survivable and Enduring Intelligence System </DD><DT>SELA</DT><DD>Latin American Economic System </DD><DT>SELORS</DT><DD>Ship Emitter Locating Reports </DD><DT>SELMON</DT><DD>Selective Monitoring </DD><DT>SEMA</DT><DD>Special Electronic Mission Aircraft </DD><DT>SEMEC</DT><DD>SOF Enhanced Moldable Explosive Change </DD><DT>SEN</DT><DD>(1) Small Extension Node; (2) Space Engagement Node </DD><DT>SEOS</DT><DD>SIGINT/Electronic Warfare Operating System </DD><DT>SEP</DT><DD>(1) Selective Employment Plan (NATO); (2) Separate </DD><DT>SEPA</DT><DD>FSU Extended Planning Annex </DD><DT>SEPS</DT><DD>NATO Selective Employment Plan </DD><DT>SERE</DT><DD>Survival, Evasion, Resistance, and Escape </DD><DT>SERER</DT><DD>Survival, Evasion, Resistance, Escape, and Recovery </DD><DT>SERNO</DT><DD>Serial Number </DD><DT>SES</DT><DD>(1) Surface Effects Ship; (2) Systems Engineering Study; (3) Senior Executive Service; (4) Sensor Employment Squadron; (5) Softcopy Exploitation System; (6) Societe European Des </DD><DT>Satellites</DT><DD></DD><DT>SESOCC</DT><DD>Southeastern Sector Operations Control Center </DD><DT>SESS</DT><DD>Space Environment Sensor Suite </DD><DT>SET</DT><DD>Sensor Employment Teams </DD><DT>SETAF</DT><DD>Southern European Task Force </DD><DT>SEVOCCS</DT><DD>Secure Voice Command and Control System </DD><DT>SEVOX</DT><DD>Secure Voice </DD><DT>SEWC</DT><DD>Space and Electronic Warfare Commander </DD><DT>SEWCC</DT><DD>SIGINT/Electronic Warfare Coordination Center </DD><DT>SEWS</DT><DD>(1) Satellite Early Warning System; (2) SIGINT Electronic Warfare Subsystem </DD><DT>SF</DT><DD>(1) Special Forces; (2) Standard Form </DD><DT>SFA</DT><DD>Security Fault Analysis </DD><DT>SFAT</DT><DD>Strategic Forces Advisory Team </DD><DT>SFD</DT><DD>Saturated Flux Density </DD><DT>SFEM</DT><DD>Space Forces Engagement Model </DD><DT>SFG</DT><DD>Special Forces Group </DD><DT>SFG-A</DT><DD>Special Forces Group-A </DD><DT>SFG(A)</DT><DD>Special Forces Group (Airborne) </DD><DT>SFOA</DT><DD>Special Forces Operations Area </DD><DT>SFOB</DT><DD>(1) Special Forces Operating Base; (2) Soviet (FSU) Forces Order of Battle </DD><DT>SFOD</DT><DD>Special Forces Operational Detachment </DD><DT>SFODA</DT><DD>Special Forces Operational Detachments-A </DD><DT>SFOD-D</DT><DD>First Special Forces Operational Detachment-Delta </DD><DT>SFOS</DT><DD>Special Forces Operating System </DD><DT>SFQC</DT><DD>Special Forces Qualification Course </DD><DT>SFR</DT><DD>Statement of Functional Requirement </DD><DT>SFRD</DT><DD>Safe Functional Requirements Document </DD><DT>SFT</DT><DD>Secure Fault Tolerant </DD><DT>SFTL</DT><DD>Strategic Future Targets List </DD><DT>SFUG</DT><DD>Security Features Users Guide </DD><DT>SGB</DT><DD>SOUTHCOM Ground Order of Battle </DD><DT>SGDPS</DT><DD>Second Generation Data Processing System </DD><DT>SGEMP</DT><DD>System Generated Electromagnetic Pulse </DD><DT>SGF</DT><DD>(1) Southern Group of Forces (Soviet Forces in Hungary); (2) Synthetic Aperture Radar Ground Facility </DD><DT>SGS</DT><DD>(1) Secretary to the General Staff; (2) Squadron Ground Station </DD><DT>SGT</DT><DD>(1) Satellite Ground Terminal; (2) Sergeant </DD><DT>SHA</DT><DD>Secure Hast Algorithm </DD><DT>SHAPE</DT><DD>Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe (NATO) </DD><DT>SHARES</DT><DD>Shared HF Resources </DD><DT>SHC</DT><DD>Supreme High Command </DD><DT>SHF</DT><DD>Super High Frequency </DD><DT>SHED</DT><DD>Special Handling and Evaluation Detachment </DD><DT>SHELREP</DT><DD>Shell Report </DD><DT>SHF</DT><DD>Super High Frequency </DD><DT>SHOP</DT><DD>Special Handling for Operations Purposes </DD><DT>SHORAD</DT><DD>Short-Range Air Defense </DD><DT>SI</DT><DD>(1) Special Intelligence; (2) Special Instructions </DD><DT>S&IA</DT><DD>Security and Investigative Activities </DD><DT>SIAB</DT><DD>Senior Imagery Advisory Board </DD><DT>SIAD</DT><DD>Strategic Imagery Analysis Detachment </DD><DT>SIAP</DT><DD>Strategic Intelligence Architecture Program </DD><DT>SIB</DT><DD>Special Intelligence Brief </DD><DT>SIC</DT><DD>(1) Subject Indicator Code (NATO message code); (2) System Integration Configuration </DD><DT>SICAM</DT><DD>SIGINT Control and Analysis Module </DD><DT>SICR</DT><DD>Specific Intelligence Collection Requirement </DD><DT>SID</DT><DD>(1) Secondary Imagery Dissemination; (2) Subscriber Identification </DD><DT>SID(S)</DT><DD>Selective Imagery Dissemination (System) </DD><DT>SIDA</DT><DD>Single Integrated Data Base </DD><DT>SIDAC</DT><DD>Single Integrated Damage Assessment Code </DD><DT>SIDPAC</DT><DD>Strategic Imagery Detachment Pacific </DD><DT>SIDS</DT><DD>Secondary Imagery Dissemination System </DD><DT>SIE</DT><DD>Space Intelligence Element </DD><DT>SIF</DT><DD>Special Interrogation Facility </DD><DT>SIFR</DT><DD>Special Intelligence Functional Requirement </DD><DT>Sig</DT><DD>Signal </DD><DT>SIGCEN</DT><DD>U.S. Army Signal Center </DD><DT>SIG-I</DT><DD>Senior Interagency Group for Intelligence </DD><DT>SIGINT</DT><DD>Signals Intelligence </DD><DT>SIGSEC</DT><DD>Signals Security </DD><DT>SIGSUM</DT><DD>SIGINT Summary </DD><DT>SII</DT><DD>Statement of Intelligence Interest </DD><DT>SIIR</DT><DD>Special Imagery Interpretation Report </DD><DT>SIL</DT><DD>Systems Integration Laboratory </DD><DT>SIM</DT><DD>(1) Sensor Interface Module; (2) Systems Integration Management </DD><DT>SIMIR</DT><DD>USSTRATCOM IDHS Monthly Integration Review </DD><DT>SIMM</DT><DD>Single Inline Memory Module </DD><DT>SIMNET</DT><DD>Single Channel Ground/Airborne Radio Sub-Systems </DD><DT>SIMO</DT><DD>SIM Office </DD><DT>SIMP</DT><DD>Space Intelligence Master Plan </DD><DT>SIMS</DT><DD>SOUTHCOM Intelligence Management System </DD><DT>SINCGARS</DT><DD>(1) Single Integrated Channel Ground and Airborne Radio Subsystems; (2) Single Channel Ground-to-Air Radio System </DD><DT>SINET</DT><DD>Strategic Intelligence Network </DD><DT>SINTER</DT><DD>SIGINT/IMINT Interaction </DD><DT>SIO</DT><DD>(1) Senior Intelligence Officer; (2) Space Intelligence Officer; (3) Shipé─˘s Intelligence Officer </DD><DT>SIOP</DT><DD>Single Integrated Operational Plan </DD><DT>SIORI</DT><DD>Self-Initiated Operational Readiness Inspection </DD><DT>SIPE</DT><DD>Strategic Intelligence Processing Element </DD><DT>SIPRNET</DT><DD>Secret Internet Protocol Router Network </DD><DT>SIR</DT><DD>(1) Shuttle Imaging Radar; (2) Specific Information Requirements; (3) Spectrum Interferance Resolution </DD><DT>SIRADS</DT><DD>Shared Imagery Repository and Dissemination System </DD><DT>SIRCS</DT><DD>Shipborne Intermediate-Range Combat System </DD><DT>SIREP</DT><DD>Sensitive Information Report </DD><DT>SIRVES</DT><DD>SIGINT Requirements Validation and Evaluation Subcommittee (of SIGINT Committee) </DD><DT>SIS</DT><DD>(1) Significant Indications Summary; (2) Space Intelligence System; (3) Special Intelligence Support; (4) Selective Inquiry System; (5) Special Information System </DD><DT>SISOCS</DT><DD>Army Logistics/Maintenance Depot Data Network </DD><DT>SISR</DT><DD>SIGINT Security Regulation </DD><DT>SISS</DT><DD>(1) Survivable Intelligence Support to SlOP; (2) Subcommittee on Information Systems Security of the NSTISSC </DD><DT>SISUM</DT><DD>Sensitive Information Summary </DD><DT>SIT</DT><DD>Specialized Investigations Team </DD><DT>SITAS</DT><DD>Strategic Industrial Target Analysis Systems </DD><DT>SITDEV</DT><DD>Situation Development </DD><DT>SITMAP</DT><DD>Situation Map </DD><DT>SITREP</DT><DD>Situation Report </DD><DT>SITS</DT><DD>Secondary Imagery Transmission System </DD><DT>SITSUM</DT><DD>Situation Summary </DD><DT>SITTP</DT><DD>(US)STRATCOM Intelligence Tactics, Techniques, and </DD><DT>Procedures</DT><DD>for Strategic Operations </DD><DT>SIW</DT><DD>Strategic Intelligence Wing </DD><DT>SJA</DT><DD>Staff Judge Advocate </DD><DT>SJCS</DT><DD>Secretary, Joint Chiefs of Staff </DD><DT>SKCATL</DT><DD>South Korea Conventional Air Target List </DD><DT>SKE</DT><DD>Station-Keeping Equipment </DD><DT>SKYLINK</DT><DD>Communications System Provided by the Diplomatic </DD><DT>Telecommunications</DT><DD>System </DD><DT>SKYNET</DT><DD>United Kingdom Military Communications Satellite </DD><DT>SL</DT><DD>Sea Level </DD><DT>SLA</DT><DD>Special U.S. Liaison Advisor </DD><DT>SLAM</DT><DD>Standoff Land Attack Missile (Navy) </DD><DT>SLAR</DT><DD>Side-Looking Airborne Radar </DD><DT>SLAT</DT><DD>Surface-Launched Air-Targeted </DD><DT>SLBM</DT><DD>Submarine-Launched Ballistic Missile </DD><DT>SLC</DT><DD>Space Launch Complex </DD><DT>SLCM</DT><DD>(1) Submarine-Launched Cruise Missile; (2) Sea-Launched Cruise Missile </DD><DT>SLDCOM</DT><DD>Satellite Launch Dispenser Communications </DD><DT>SLED</DT><DD>Safe Low-Energy Detonators </DD><DT>SLEP</DT><DD>Service Life Extension Program </DD><DT>SLF</DT><DD>Super Low Frequency </DD><DT>SLFCS</DT><DD>Survivable Low Frequency Communications System </DD><DT>SLGR</DT><DD>Small Lightweight Global Positioning System Receiver </DD><DT>SLIP</DT><DD>Serial Line Interface Protocol </DD><DT>SLMM</DT><DD>U.S. Submarine-Launched Mobile Mine </DD><DT>SLO</DT><DD>Space Liaison Officer </DD><DT>SLOC</DT><DD>Sea Lines of Communication </DD><DT>SLOC(S)</DT><DD>Sea Line(s) of Communication </DD><DT>SLR</DT><DD>Side-Looking Radar </DD><DT>SLS</DT><DD>Space Launch Squadrons </DD><DT>SLSSM</DT><DD>Submerged-Launched Surface-to-Surface Missile </DD><DT>SLV</DT><DD>Space Launch Vehicle </DD><DT>SM</DT><DD>(1) Memorandum by the Secretary, JCS; (2) Statute Mile; (3) Service Member; (4) Security Monitor; (5) Smart Modules </DD><DT>SMAA</DT><DD>Submarine Movement Advisory Authority </DD><DT>S/MANCO</DT><DD>Space/Missile Analyst NCO </DD><DT>SMANCO</DT><DD>Space/Missile Analyst NCO </DD><DT>SMART-T</DT><DD>Secure Mobile Antijam Reliable Tactical Terminal </DD><DT>SMCC</DT><DD>Survivable Mobile Command Center </DD><DT>SMDPS</DT><DD>Strategic Mission Data Preparation System </DD><DT>SME</DT><DD>Subject Matter Expert </DD><DT>SMEB</DT><DD>Significant Military Exercise Brief </DD><DT>S/MEO</DT><DD>Space/Missile Event Office </DD><DT>SMG</DT><DD>Standard Mail Guard </DD><DT>SMIOC</DT><DD>Senior Military Intelligence Officersé─˘ Conference </DD><DT>SMLM</DT><DD>Soviet (FSU) Military Liaison Mission </DD><DT>SMM</DT><DD>(1) Spatial Model Matching; (2) Special Mission Mandatory Modification </DD><DT>SMO</DT><DD>(1) Support to Military Operations; (2) Senior METOC Officer; (3) Special Mission Optional Modification </DD><DT>SMOB</DT><DD>Strategic Missile Order of Battle </DD><DT>SMOTEC</DT><DD>Special Missions Operational Test and Evaluation Center </DD><DT>SMP</DT><DD>Soviet Military Power (the publication) </DD><DT>SMPAS</DT><DD>Space Mission Payload Assessment System </DD><DT>SMR</DT><DD>Sources, Methods, and Rationale </DD><DT>SMS</DT><DD>Stand-Alone Analysis Subsystems </DD><DT>SMTP</DT><DD>Single Mail Transfer Protocol </DD><DT>SMU</DT><DD>Secure Mobile Unit </DD><DT>SNA</DT><DD>(1) Soviet Naval Aviation; (2) System Network Architecture </DD><DT>SNAP</DT><DD>Soviet (FSU) Nuclear Artillery Projectile </DD><DT>SNCCDIPP</DT><DD>Selected Non-Communist Countries DIPP </DD><DT>SNDV</DT><DD>Strategic Nuclear Delivery Vehicles </DD><DT>S/NF</DT><DD>Secret/NOFORN </DD><DT>SNF</DT><DD>(1) Short-Range Nuclear Forces; (2) Secret NOFORN </DD><DT>SNI</DT><DD>Soviet (FSU) Naval Infantry </DD><DT>SNIE</DT><DD>Special National Intelligence Estimate </DD><DT>SNIP</DT><DD>Soviet (FSU) Naval Imagery Panel </DD><DT>SNM</DT><DD>Special Nuclear Materials </DD><DT>SNMS</DT><DD>Security and Network Management Segment </DD><DT>SNO</DT><DD>Special Naval Operations </DD><DT>SNR</DT><DD>Signal-to-Noise </DD><DT>SNS</DT><DD>Shared Network Server </DD><DT>SNUTR</DT><DD>SIGINT Numerical Tasking Register </DD><DT>SO</DT><DD>Special Operations </DD><DT>SO/LIC</DT><DD>Special Operations/Low Intensity Conflict </DD><DT>SOA</DT><DD>(1) Special Operations Aviation; (2) Special Operations Area; (3) Speed of Advance </DD><DT>SOAB</DT><DD>(1) Special Operations Aviation Battalion; (2) Special Operations Aviation Brigade </DD><DT>SOAC</DT><DD>(1) Special Operations Aviation Command; (2) Special Operations Aviation Company; (3) Special Operations Acquisition </DD><DT>Center</DT><DD></DD><DT>SOAD</DT><DD>Special Operations Aviation Detachment </DD><DT>SOADS</DT><DD>Special Operations Automated Data System </DD><DT>SOAE</DT><DD>Deputy for Acquisition and Acquisition Executive </DD><DT>SOAG</DT><DD>Special Operations Aviation Group </DD><DT>SOAR</DT><DD>(1) Special Operations Aviation Regiment; (2) Special Operations Analytical Reports </DD><DT>SOARS</DT><DD>Satellite On-Board Attack Reporting System </DD><DT>SOB</DT><DD>Space Order of Battle </DD><DT>SOC</DT><DD>(1) Special Operations Command; (2) Special Operations Capable; (3) Sector Operations Center; (4) Special Operations Craft </DD><DT>SOCACOM</DT><DD>Special Operations Command-Atlantic Command </DD><DT>SOCC</DT><DD>(1) Sector Operational Control Center; (2) Special Operations </DD><DT>Control</DT><DD>Center </DD><DT>SOCCE</DT><DD>(1) Special Operations Command Communications Element; (2) Special Operations Command and Control Element </DD><DT>SOCCENT</DT><DD>(1) Special Operations Command Center; (2) Special Operations </DD><DT>Command</DT><DD>Component, CENTCOM </DD><DT>SOCCMO</DT><DD>Special Operations Command Collection Management Office </DD><DT>SOCCS</DT><DD>Special Operations Combat Control Squadron </DD><DT>SOCCT</DT><DD>Special Operations Combat Control Team </DD><DT>SOCDSS</DT><DD>Special Operations Command Deployable Support Set </DD><DT>SOCET</DT><DD>Special Operations Command Extraction Tool </DD><DT>SOCEUR</DT><DD>Special Operations Command, Europe </DD><DT>SOCJIC</DT><DD>United States Special Operations Command Joint Intelligence </DD><DT>Center</DT><DD></DD><DT>SOCKOR</DT><DD>Special Operations Command, Korea </DD><DT>SOC-K</DT><DD>Special Operations Command, Korea </DD><DT>SOCLANT</DT><DD>Special Operations Command, Atlantic </DD><DT>SOCLITE</DT><DD>Special Operations Command Laptop </DD><DT>SOCOM</DT><DD>Special Operations Command </DD><DT>SOCOORD</DT><DD>Special Operations Coordination Element </DD><DT>SOCOS</DT><DD>Special Operations Command Operating Staff </DD><DT>SOCPAC</DT><DD>Special Operations Command, Pacific </DD><DT>SOCRATES</DT><DD>Special Operations Command Research, Analysis, and Threat </DD><DT>Evaluation</DT><DD>System </DD><DT>SOCSIDS</DT><DD>Special Operations Command - Secondary Imagery </DD><DT>Dissemination</DT><DD>System </DD><DT>SOCSO</DT><DD>Special Operations Command, South </DD><DT>SOCSOUTH</DT><DD>Special Operations Command, South </DD><DT>SOD</DT><DD>Special Operations Detachment </DD><DT>SODARS</DT><DD>Special Operations Debriefing and Retrieval System </DD><DT>SOEAID</DT><DD>Special Operations Executive Aide </DD><DT>SOF</DT><DD>Special Operations Forces </DD><DT>SOF-IV</DT><DD>Special Operations Forces-Intelligence Vehicle </DD><DT>SOF</DT><DD>C4I Special Operations Forces Command, Control, </DD><DT>Communications,</DT><DD>Computers, and Intelligence </DD><DT>SOF-MOSS</DT><DD>SOF Modular Remote Sensing System </DD><DT>SOFA</DT><DD>Status of Forces Agreement </DD><DT>SOFATS</DT><DD>Special Operations Forces Aircrew Training System </DD><DT>SOFCOM</DT><DD>Special Operations Forces Command </DD><DT>SOF</DT><DD>EW Special Operations Forces Enhanced Weapons </DD><DT>SOFPAC</DT><DD>Special Operating Forces, Pacific </DD><DT>SOFI</DT><DD>Special Operations Forces Improvements </DD><DT>SOF</DT><DD>IRIS Special Operations Forces Imagery Receiver and Intelligence </DD><DT>System</DT><DD></DD><DT>SOFIST</DT><DD>Foreign Instrumentation Signals Requirement (a collection management software application) </DD><DT>SOFLAM</DT><DD>Special Operations Forces Laser Acquisition Marker </DD><DT>SOFPARS</DT><DD>Special Operations Forces Planning and Rehearsal System </DD><DT>SOF</DT><DD>PLD Special Operations Forces Protection Laser Defense </DD><DT>SOFPREP</DT><DD>Special Operations Forces Planning, Rehearsal and Execution </DD><DT>Preparation</DT><DD></DD><DT>SOF</DT><DD>PSA Special Operations Forces Power Supply Assembly </DD><DT>SOFSA</DT><DD>Special Operations Forces Support Activity </DD><DT>SOFTACS</DT><DD>Special Operations Forces Tactical Assured Connectivity System </DD><DT>SOG</DT><DD>Special Operations Group </DD><DT>SOH</DT><DD>SOF Offensive Handgun </DD><DT>SOHFRAD</DT><DD>Special Operations HF Radio </DD><DT>SOHI</DT><DD>Seminar on Human Intelligence </DD><DT>SOI</DT><DD>(1) Signal Operating Instructions; (2) Signal of Interest; (3) Space Object Identification </DD><DT>SOIC</DT><DD>(1) Space Operational Intelligence Center; (2) Senior Official of the Intelligence Community; (3) Special Operations Intelligence Center </DD><DT>SOICS</DT><DD>Special Operations Improved Cryptographic System </DD><DT>SOIF</DT><DD>Special Operational Intelligence Folders </DD><DT>SOIN</DT><DD>Special Operations Intelligence Notes </DD><DT>SOINT</DT><DD>Staff Officer Intelligence </DD><DT>SOIPS</DT><DD>Special Operations Imagery Production System </DD><DT>SOIS</DT><DD>Special Operations Intelligence System </DD><DT>SOISUM</DT><DD>Space Object Identification Summary </DD><DT>SOIT</DT><DD>Seminar on International Terrorism </DD><DT>SOIWSD</DT><DD>Special Operations Information Warfare Support Demonstration </DD><DT>SOJ</DT><DD>(1) Sea of Japan; (2) Stand-Off Jamming </DD><DT>SOJTF</DT><DD>Special Operations Joint Task Force </DD><DT>SOLANT</DT><DD>South Atlantic </DD><DT>SOLARS</DT><DD>SAC On-Line Analysis and Retrieval System </DD><DT>SOLE</DT><DD>Special Operations Liasion Element </DD><DT>SOLIS</DT><DD>SIGINT On-Line Intelligence (or Information) System </DD><DT>SOLL</DT><DD>Special Operations Low Level </DD><DT>SOLOG</DT><DD>Special Operations Logistics System </DD><DT>SOMA</DT><DD>Status of Mission Agreement </DD><DT>SOME</DT><DD>Satellite Orbit Mission Evaluation </DD><DT>SOMOB</DT><DD>Strategic Offensive Missile Order of Battle </DD><DT>SOMPF</DT><DD>Special Operations Mission Planning Folder </DD><DT>SOMS</DT><DD>Special Operations Media System </DD><DT>SON</DT><DD>Statement of Need </DD><DT>SONAR</DT><DD>Sound Navigation and Ranging </DD><DT>SONET</DT><DD>Synchronous Optical Network </DD><DT>SONI</DT><DD>Seminar on National Intelligence </DD><DT>SONMET</DT><DD>Special Operations Naval Mobile Environmental Teams </DD><DT>SOO</DT><DD>Space Operations Officer </DD><DT>SOP</DT><DD>(1) Standard Operating Procedure(s); (2) Senior Officer Present </DD><DT>SOPE</DT><DD>Special Operations Planning Exercise </DD><DT>SOPEO</DT><DD>Special Operations Program Executive Officer </DD><DT>SOPIF</DT><DD>Special Operations Photographic Interpretation Facility </DD><DT>SOPM</DT><DD>Special Operations Program Manager </DD><DT>SOPPC</DT><DD>Special Operations Photo Processing Cell </DD><DT>SOPPREP</DT><DD>Special Operation Forces Planning, Rehearsal, and </DD><DT>Execution</DT><DD>System </DD><DT>SOPS</DT><DD>(1) Space Operations Squadron; (2) Special Operations Power </DD><DT>Sources</DT><DD></DD><DT>SOR</DT><DD>(1) Specific Orders and Requests; (2) Statement of Requirements </DD><DT>SORD</DT><DD>System Operational Requirements Document </DD><DT>SORDAC</DT><DD>Special Operations Research, Development and Acquisition </DD><DT>Center</DT><DD></DD><DT>SORFMS</DT><DD>Special Operations Radio Frequency Management System </DD><DT>SORS</DT><DD>(1) Specific Order or Requests; (2) SIGINT Overhead Reconnaissance Subcommittee </DD><DT>SORTIEALOT</DT><DD>Sortie Allotment </DD><DT>SORTIC</DT><DD>Seminar on Reconnaissance and Technical Information Collection </DD><DT>SORTS</DT><DD>Status of Resources and Training System </DD><DT>SOS</DT><DD>(1) International Distress Signal (2) Squadron Officersé─˘ School; (3) Special Operations Squadron </DD><DT>SOSC</DT><DD>Special Operations Support Command </DD><DT>SOSS</DT><DD>Satellite Ocean Surveillance System </DD><DT>SOSST</DT><DD>Special Operations Small Secure Transceiver </DD><DT>SOST</DT><DD>Special Operations Special Technology </DD><DT>SOSTI</DT><DD>Seminar on Scientific and Technical Intelligence </DD><DT>SOSOS</DT><DD>U.S. Sound Surveillance System </DD><DT>SOT-A</DT><DD>Special or Support Operations Team-Alpha </DD><DT>SOTA</DT><DD>SIGINT Operational Tasking Authority </DD><DT>SOTAS</DT><DD>Standoff Target Acquisition System </DD><DT>SOT-B</DT><DD>Special or Support Operations Team-Bravo </DD><DT>SOTF</DT><DD>(1) Special Operations Task Force; (2) Security Operations Training Facility </DD><DT>SOTSE</DT><DD>Special Operations Theater Support Element </DD><DT>SOTVS</DT><DD>Special Operations Tactical Video System </DD><DT>SOTW</DT><DD>Special Operations Training Wing </DD><DT>SOUTHAM</DT><DD>South America </DD><DT>SOUTHCOM</DT><DD>Southern Command </DD><DT>SOVPACFLT</DT><DD>Soviet Pacific Fleet </DD><DT>SOW</DT><DD>(1) Statement of Work; (2) Special Operations Wing </DD><DT>SOW/TE</DT><DD>Special Operations Weather/Technical Element </DD><DT>SOWG</DT><DD>Special Operations Working Group </DD><DT>SOWT</DT><DD>Special Operations Weather Team </DD><DT>SP</DT><DD>(1) Self-Propelled; (2) Shore Patrol; (3) Security Police </DD><DT>SPA</DT><DD>(1) Special PSYOP Analysis; (2) Special PSYOP Assessment </DD><DT>SPACDEFENSE</DT><DD>Space Defense and Operations/Anti-Satellite (ASAT) Missile </DD><DT>System</DT><DD></DD><DT>SPACC</DT><DD>Space Command Center </DD><DT>SPACEAF</DT><DD>Space Air Force (14 AF) </DD><DT>SPACECOM</DT><DD>Space Command (See AFSPACECOM and USSPACECOM) </DD><DT>SPACING</DT><DD>Space Processing and Collection Internals Group </DD><DT>SPAD</DT><DD>Special Advisor </DD><DT>SPADATS</DT><DD>Space Detection and Tracking System </DD><DT>SPADCCS</DT><DD>Space Defense Command and Control System </DD><DT>SPADOC</DT><DD>Space Defense Operations Center </DD><DT>SPADVOS</DT><DD>Spaceborne Direct View Optical Scanner </DD><DT>SPAF</DT><DD>Special Airfield File </DD><DT>SPAIS</DT><DD>South Pacific Air Intelligence System </DD><DT>SPAN</DT><DD>Security Policy Automation Network </DD><DT>SPATS</DT><DD>Strategic Posture and Aerospace Threat Summary </DD><DT>SPB</DT><DD>Special Projects Branch (NATO) </DD><DT>SPC</DT><DD>SIGINT Processing Center </DD><DT>SPCL</DT><DD>Special Purpose Communications Link </DD><DT>SPD</DT><DD>Strategic Posture Display </DD><DT>SPEAR</DT><DD>(1) Signal Processing, Evaluation, Alert and Reporting; (2) SOF Personal Equipment Advanced Requirements </DD><DT>SPEC</DT><DD>Counterterrorism Database </DD><DT>Spec</DT><DD>Nav Special Navy Program </DD><DT>SPECAT</DT><DD>Special Category (Pneumatic Tube Message Precedence) </DD><DT>SPECBOATRON</DT><DD>Special Boat Squadron </DD><DT>SPECBOATUNIT</DT><DD>Special Boat Unit </DD><DT>Spectre</DT><DD>AC-130 H/U Gunship </DD><DT>SPECWAR</DT><DD>Special Warfare </DD><DT>SPETSNAZ</DT><DD>Soviet (FSU) Special Purpose Forces </DD><DT>SPF</DT><DD>(1) Special Purpose Forces; (2) Single Point of Failure </DD><DT>SPG</DT><DD>(1) Self-Propelled Gun; (2) Softcopy Products Group </DD><DT>SPIES</DT><DD>Special Insertion and Extraction System </DD><DT>SPIN</DT><DD>Space Intelligence Notes </DD><DT>SPINS</DT><DD>Special Instructions </DD><DT>SPINTCOM</DT><DD>Special Intelligence Communications (Network) </DD><DT>SPIREP</DT><DD>Spot Intelligence Report </DD><DT>SPIRES</DT><DD>Special Intelligence Reports </DD><DT>SPIRIT</DT><DD>Special Purpose Integrated Remote Intelligence Terminal </DD><DT>SPK</DT><DD>Single Point Key(ing) </DD><DT>SPO</DT><DD>Special Project Officer </DD><DT>SPOC</DT><DD>Space Operations Center </DD><DT>SPOD</DT><DD>Sea Ports of Debarkation </DD><DT>SPOE</DT><DD>Sea Ports of Embarkation </DD><DT>SPOT</DT><DD>Satellite Pour lé─˘Observation de la Terre (French) </DD><DT>SPOTREP</DT><DD>Spot Report </DD><DT>SPP</DT><DD>Shared Production Program </DD><DT>SPR</DT><DD>Strategic Petroleum Reserve </DD><DT>SPRAA</DT><DD>Strategic Plans and Research Analysis Agency </DD><DT>SPS</DT><DD>Scratch Pad Store </DD><DT>SPS</DT><DD>Special PSYOP Study </DD><DT>SPSS</DT><DD>Secured Packet Switched Service </DD><DT>SPT</DT><DD>Support </DD><DT>SPTCONF</DT><DD>Support Confirmation </DD><DT>SPTD</DT><DD>Supported </DD><DT>SPTG</DT><DD>Supporting </DD><DT>SPTREQ</DT><DD>Support Request </DD><DT>SQ</DT><DD>(1) Square; (2) Squadron </DD><DT>SQD</DT><DD>Squad </DD><DT>SQDN</DT><DD>Squadron </DD><DT>SQL</DT><DD>(1) Standard Query Language; (2) Structured Query Language </DD><DT>SQN</DT><DD>Squadron </DD><DT>SR</DT><DD>(1) Special Reconnaissance; (2) Short Range; (3) Southern Region; (4) Senior </DD><DT>SRBM</DT><DD>Short-Range Ballistic Missile </DD><DT>SRF</DT><DD>SIGINT Readiness Facility </DD><DT>SRHIT</DT><DD>Small Radar-Homing Intercept Technology (BMD Missile) </DD><DT>SRIG</DT><DD>Surveillance, Reconnaissance, and Intelligence Group </DD><DT>SRIS</DT><DD>Surface Range Imaging System </DD><DT>SROC</DT><DD>Southern Region Operations Center </DD><DT>SRIG</DT><DD>Surveillance, Reconnaissance, and Intelligence Group </DD><DT>SRJOIC</DT><DD>Southern Region Joint Operations Intelligence Center </DD><DT>SRAM</DT><DD>U.S. Short-Range Attack Missile </DD><DT>SRAMII</DT><DD>U.S. Short-Range Attack Missile (XAGM-131A; formerly AASM) </DD><DT>SRAM-T</DT><DD>Short Range Attack Missile - Tactical </DD><DT>SRB</DT><DD>Senior Review Board </DD><DT>SRBM</DT><DD>Short-Range Ballistic Missile </DD><DT>SRC</DT><DD>Strategic Reconnaissance Center </DD><DT>SRCU</DT><DD>SINCGARS Remote Control Unit </DD><DT>SRD</DT><DD>(1) System Requirements Document; (2) Special Research Detachment (U.S. Army) </DD><DT>SRF</DT><DD>(1) Strategic Rocket Forces (USSR); (2) Strategic Reserve Forces; (3) Secure Reserve Force (U.S.); (4) Selected Reserve Force; (5) SIGINT Readiness Facility; (6) SPIRIT Remote </DD><DT>Facility</DT><DD>(TROJAN) </DD><DT>SRFTL</DT><DD>Secure Reserve Force Target List </DD><DT>SRI</DT><DD>Surveillance, Reconnaissance and Intelligence </DD><DT>SRIG</DT><DD>Surveillance/Reconnaissance Intelligence Group </DD><DT>SRINF</DT><DD>Short-Range, Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces </DD><DT>SRJOIC</DT><DD>Southern Region Joint Operational Intelligence Center </DD><DT>SRMIS</DT><DD>Southern Region Maritime Intelligence Summary </DD><DT>SRO</DT><DD>Sensitive Reconnaissance Operations </DD><DT>SROE</DT><DD>Standing Rules of Engagement </DD><DT>SRP</DT><DD>(1) Sealift Readiness Program; (2) SIOP Reconnaissance Plan </DD><DT>SRR</DT><DD>(1) Survival, Recovery and Reconstitution; (2) Security Requirements Review </DD><DT>SRS</DT><DD>(1) Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron; (2) Software Requirements Specification </DD><DT>SRSG</DT><DD>Special Representative to the Secretary-General </DD><DT>SRT</DT><DD>(1) Strategic Relocatable Target; (2) Standard Remote Terminals </DD><DT>SRW</DT><DD>Strategic Reconnaissance Wing </DD><DT>SRWG</DT><DD>Standing Requirements Working Group </DD><DT>SS</DT><DD>Attack Submarine </DD><DT>SSA</DT><DD>(1) Security Supporting Assistance; (2) Diesel-Powered Auxiliary Submarine; (3) Special Support Activity; (4) SIGINT </DD><DT>Support</DT><DD>Activity; (5) Soviet (FSU) Strategic Aviation </DD><DT>SSAN</DT><DD>(1) Social Security Account Number; (2) Nuclear-Powered Auxiliary Submarine </DD><DT>SSB</DT><DD>(1) Ballistic Missile Submarine; (2) Standard Software Base; (3) Single Sideband </DD><DT>SSB</DT><DD>Ballistic Missile Submarine </DD><DT>SSBN</DT><DD>Nuclear-Powered Ballistic Missile Submarine </DD><DT>SSBSC</DT><DD>Single Sideband, Suppress Carrier </DD><DT>SSC</DT><DD>(1) Coastal Submarine; (2) Space Surveillance Center; (3) Surface Support Craft </DD><DT>SSCC</DT><DD>Special Security Communications Center </DD><DT>SSCI</DT><DD>Senate Select Committee on Intelligence </DD><DT>SSD</DT><DD>Strategic Studies Detachment </DD><DT>SSE</DT><DD>Special Security Element </DD><DT>SSES</DT><DD>Ships Signal Exploitation Space </DD><DT>SSF</DT><DD>(1) Software Support Facility; (2) Special Service Force </DD><DT>SSG</DT><DD>(1) Cruise Missile Attack Submarine; (2) Special Security Group </DD><DT>SSGN</DT><DD>Nuclear-Powered Cruise Missile Attack Submarine </DD><DT>SSI</DT><DD>(1) Specialty Skill Identifier; (2) Safety, Security and Intelligence </DD><DT>SSIXS</DT><DD>Submarine Satellite Information Exchange Subsystem </DD><DT>SSJ</DT><DD>Self-Screening Jamming </DD><DT>SSLP</DT><DD>Transport Submarine </DD><DT>SSLSM</DT><DD>Single-Source Logistics Support Manager </DD><DT>SSM</DT><DD>(1) Surface-to-Surface Missile; (2) Midget Submarine </DD><DT>SSM/I</DT><DD>Sensor System Microwave Imager </DD><DT>SSM/T</DT><DD>Sensor System Microwave/Temperature </DD><DT>SSMA</DT><DD>Spread Spectrum Multiple Access </DD><DT>SSME</DT><DD>Spread Spectrum Modulation Equipment </DD><DT>SSMO</DT><DD>SIGINT Support to Military Operations </DD><DT>SSMOB</DT><DD>Surface-to-Surface Missile Order of Battle </DD><DT>SSMP</DT><DD>Security System Management Plan </DD><DT>SSN</DT><DD>(1) Nuclear-Powered Attack Submarine; (2) Social Security Number; (3) Space Surveillance Network </DD><DT>SSO</DT><DD>(1) Special Security Office; (2) Special Security Office(r) </DD><DT>SSO-INT</DT><DD>Senior Staff Officer-Intelligence (Canadian) </DD><DT>SSP</DT><DD>(1) SIGINT Support Plan; (2) Scheduled Strike Program (NATO); (3) Single-Shot Probability of Damage; (4) Single-Source Processor; (5) SIOP Support Program </DD><DT>SSP-S</DT><DD>Single Source Processor-SIGINT </DD><DT>SSQ</DT><DD>Auxiliary Submarine, Communications </DD><DT>SSQN</DT><DD>Nuclear-Powered Auxiliary Submarine, Communications </DD><DT>SSR</DT><DD>(1) Radar Picket Submarine; (2) Secondary Surveillance Radar; (3) Special Security SSRS Representative SIGINT Surveillance and Reporting System </DD><DT>SSS</DT><DD>(1) Staff Summary Sheet; (2) Systems Science and Software; (3) System Support Segment; (4) Special Support Section </DD><DT>SSSP</DT><DD>Single-Source SIGINT Processor </DD><DT>SST</DT><DD>(1) Training Submarine; (2) System Specific Threat; (3) Supersonic Transport; (4) Single Subscriber Terminal; (5) Safe Secure Transport; (6) Strategic Support Team; (7) Space Support Team </DD><DT>SSTO</DT><DD>Single-Stage-To-Orbit </DD><DT>SSTS</DT><DD>Space Surveillance and Tracking System </DD><DT>SSUS</DT><DD>Spin-Stabilized Upper Stage </DD><DT>ST</DT><DD>(1) SEAL Team; (2) Strategic Task; (3) Short Tons </DD><DT>S&T</DT><DD>Scientific and Technical </DD><DT>S&TI</DT><DD>Scientific and Technical Intelligence </DD><DT>ST&E</DT><DD>Security Test and Evaluation </DD><DT>STA</DT><DD>Surveillance and Target Acquisition </DD><DT>STACCS</DT><DD>Standard Theater Army Command and Control System </DD><DT>STAMIS</DT><DD>Standard Army Management Information System </DD><DT>STAMP</DT><DD>SOUTHCOM Topographic Augmentation Program </DD><DT>STAMPS</DT><DD>Stand-Alone Message Processing System </DD><DT>STANAG</DT><DD>Standardization Agreement (NATO) </DD><DT>STANAVFORLANT</DT><DD>Standing Naval Force, Atlantic (NATO) </DD><DT>STAN-EVAL</DT><DD>Standardization and Evaluation </DD><DT>STANS</DT><DD>(1) Soviet Tactical Nuclear Study; (2) Space Target Analysis and Networking System </DD><DT>STAP</DT><DD>Science and Technology Advisory Panel </DD><DT>STAR</DT><DD>(1) Surface-to-Air Recovery; (2) System Threat Assessment Report </DD><DT>STARC</DT><DD>State Area Command </DD><DT>STARS</DT><DD>Surveillance, Target Acquisition & Reporting System </DD><DT>STAR-T</DT><DD>SHF Tri-Band Advanced Range Extension Tactical Terminal </DD><DT>START</DT><DD>Strategic Arms Reduction Talks/Treaty </DD><DT>STARTEX</DT><DD>Start Date of an Exercise </DD><DT>STASS</DT><DD>Submarine-Towed Array Surveillance System </DD><DT>STATDM</DT><DD>Statistical Time Division Multiplex </DD><DT>Static</DT><DD>RI Static Infrared Workstation </DD><DT>STATS</DT><DD>Strategic Target Analysis and Tracking System </DD><DT>STATSIONAR</DT><DD>USSR/Russian COMSAT System </DD><DT>STC</DT><DD>(1) Sensitivity Time Control; (2) Short Time Constant (ECCM); (3) SHAPE Technical Center </DD><DT>STCFE</DT><DD>Science and Technology Center Far East </DD><DT>STD</DT><DD>(1) SIGINT Technical Data; (2) Standard </DD><DT>STEL</DT><DD>Stanford Telecommunications </DD><DT>STEP</DT><DD>Standardized Technical Entry Point </DD><DT>STEPS</DT><DD>Scientific and Technical ELINT Processing System </DD><DT>STEPS</DT><DD>II Scientific and Technical ELINT Processing System II </DD><DT>STG</DT><DD>Special Tactical Group </DD><DT>STEL</DT><DD>Secure Telephone </DD><DT>S&TI</DT><DD>Scientific and Technical Intelligence </DD><DT>STIC</DT><DD>(1) Scientific and Technical Intelligence Committee; (2) Scientific and Technical Intelligence Center </DD><DT>STICS</DT><DD>Scalable Transportable Intelligence Communications System </DD><DT>STIFF</DT><DD>Strategic Intelligence Forecast File </DD><DT>STIISP</DT><DD>Scientific and Technical Intelligence Information Services </DD><DT>Program</DT><DD></DD><DT>STINT</DT><DD>Science and Technology (S&T) Intelligence </DD><DT>STIR</DT><DD>Scientific and Technical Intelligence Register </DD><DT>STITEUR</DT><DD>Scientific and Technical Information Team, Europe </DD><DT>STK</DT><DD>(1) Satellite Took Kit; (2) Strike </DD><DT>STO</DT><DD>Science and Technology Objectives </DD><DT>STOL</DT><DD>Short Takeoff and Landing </DD><DT>STON</DT><DD>Short Ton </DD><DT>STOPS</DT><DD>Stand-Off Optical System </DD><DT>STOVL</DT><DD>Short Takeoff, Vertical Landing </DD><DT>STP</DT><DD>(1) Space Test Program; (2) Site Transition Plan </DD><DT>Str</DT><DD>Strength </DD><DT>STRAM</DT><DD>Static Random Access Memory </DD><DT>STRAT</DT><DD>Strategic </DD><DT>STRATCOM</DT><DD>Strategic Command </DD><DT>STRATJIC</DT><DD>USSTRATCOM Joint Intelligence Center </DD><DT>STRATLAT</DT><DD>Strategic Command Liaison Assistance Team </DD><DT>STRATMAS</DT><DD>Strategic Message Analysis Server </DD><DT>STRATPAT</DT><DD>Strategic Planning and Analysis Tool </DD><DT>STRED</DT><DD>Standard-Tactical Receive Equipment Display STRICOM Simulations, Training, and Instrumentation Command </DD><DT>STRIKFORSOUTH</DT><DD>Strike Force South </DD><DT>S-TRED</DT><DD>Standard Tactical Receive Equipment Display </DD><DT>STRUM</DT><DD>Standard Technical Reporting Using Modules </DD><DT>STS</DT><DD>(1) Special Training Standard; (2) Special Tactics Squadron; (3) Subcommittee on Telecommunications Security of the </DD><DT>NSTISSC</DT><DD></DD><DT>STT</DT><DD>(1) Small Tactical Terminal; (2) Special Tactics Teams; (3) Shore Targeting Terminal </DD><DT>STU</DT><DD>Secure Telephone Unit (STU II & III) </DD><DT>STU-III</DT><DD>Secure Telephone Unit III </DD><DT>STUR</DT><DD>Secure Telephone Unit/Remote </DD><DT>STVD</DT><DD>Southern Theater of Military Operations (FSU) </DD><DT>STW</DT><DD>Strike Warfare </DD><DT>STWC</DT><DD>Strike Warfare Commander </DD><DT>STX</DT><DD>Situational Training Exercise </DD><DT>SUAWACS</DT><DD>Soviet (FSU) AWACS </DD><DT>SUBACS</DT><DD>Submarine Advanced Combat System </DD><DT>SUBLANT</DT><DD>Submarine Forces, Atlantic </DD><DT>SUBOPAUTH</DT><DD>Submarine Operating Authority </DD><DT>SUBORD</DT><DD>Subordinate </DD><DT>SUBPAC</DT><DD>Submarine Forces, Pacific </DD><DT>SUCCESS</DT><DD>Secure UHF Computer Controlled Equipment Subsystems </DD><DT>SUG</DT><DD>SAFE Users Group </DD><DT>SUM</DT><DD>(1) Surface-to-Underwater Missile; (2) Structural Usage Monitor </DD><DT>SUMS</DT><DD>Structural Usage Monitor System </DD><DT>SUPCOM</DT><DD>Support Command </DD><DT>SUPINTREP</DT><DD>Supplementary Intelligence Report </DD><DT>SUPIR</DT><DD>(1) Supplemental Photographic Interpretation Report; (2) Supplemental Phase Interpretation Report </DD><DT>SUPNAVFOR</DT><DD>Supporting Naval Force </DD><DT>SUPPLOT</DT><DD>Supplemental Plot </DD><DT>SUPREMS</DT><DD>Supplemental Preliminary Mission Summary </DD><DT>SUPT</DT><DD>Superintendent </DD><DT>SURAN</DT><DD>Southeastern Universities </DD><DT>SURFSHIP</DT><DD>Surface Ship </DD><DT>SURFWARDEVGRU</DT><DD>Surface Warfare Development Group </DD><DT>SURTASS</DT><DD>Surveillance Towed Array Sonar System (U.S.) </DD><DT>SURV</DT><DD>Surveillance </DD><DT>SUSLAK</DT><DD>Special U.S. Liaison Activity Korea </DD><DT>SUSLO</DT><DD>Special U.S. Liaison Officer </DD><DT>SV</DT><DD>(1) Secure Voice; (2) Special View </DD><DT>SVC</DT><DD>Service </DD><DT>SVCN</DT><DD>Secure Voice Conferencing Network </DD><DT>SVD</DT><DD>Soviet Sniper Rifle </DD><DT>SVGA</DT><DD>Super Video Graphics Adapter </DD><DT>SVIP</DT><DD>Secure Voice Improvement Program </DD><DT>SVOD</DT><DD>Soviet Aircraft Navigation and Landing System </DD><DT>SVS</DT><DD>Secure Voice System </DD><DT>SVTC</DT><DD>Secure Voice Teleconferencing </DD><DT>SVTS</DT><DD>Secure Video Teleconferencing System </DD><DT>SW</DT><DD>(1) Short Wave; (2) Surface Warfare; (3) Software; (4) Strategic Wing </DD><DT>S&W</DT><DD>Surveillance and Warning </DD><DT>SWA</DT><DD>(1) Southwest Asia; (2) Southwest Africa; (3) Standoff </DD><DT>Weapons</DT><DD>Assembly; (4) Senior Warning Analyst; (5) Senior </DD><DT>Weather</DT><DD>Analyst; (6) Secure Work Area </DD><DT>SWADII</DT><DD>Southwest Asia Defense Information Infrastructure </DD><DT>SWAL</DT><DD>Shallow-Water Attack Craft, Light </DD><DT>SWAM</DT><DD>Shallow-Water Attack Craft, Medium </DD><DT>SWAT</DT><DD>SOCRATES WS/LAN Analysis Testbed </DD><DT>SWB</DT><DD>Southwest Border </DD><DT>SWC</DT><DD>(1) Special Warfare Center (U.S. Army); (2) Special Warfare Craft; (3) Strategic Warfare Center; (4) Strategic Warning Center; (5) Space Warfare Center </DD><DT>S&WC</DT><DD>Surveillance and Warning Center/Control </DD><DT>SWCL</DT><DD>Special Warfare Craft, Light </DD><DT>SWCM</DT><DD>Special Warfare Craft, Medium </DD><DT>SWCS</DT><DD>Special Warfare Center and School </DD><DT>SWE</DT><DD>Sweden </DD><DT>SWHQ</DT><DD>Static War Headquarters </DD><DT>SWI</DT><DD>Special Weather Intelligence </DD><DT>SWIR</DT><DD>Short Wave Infrared </DD><DT>SWIRTERCAT</DT><DD>SWIR Terrain Categorization </DD><DT>SWIS</DT><DD>Survivable Wartime Intelligence System </DD><DT>SWO</DT><DD>(1) Special Weapons Officer; (2) Staff Weather Officer; (3) Senior Watch Officer </DD><DT>SWORD</DT><DD>Submarine Warfare Operations Research Department </DD><DT>SWP</DT><DD>Standing Warning Program </DD><DT>SWPS</DT><DD>Space & Weapons Systems SIGINT Working Group </DD><DT>SWR</DT><DD>Southwest Region </DD><DT>SWRS</DT><DD>Slow-Walker Reporting System </DD><DT>SWSC</DT><DD>Space Warning Systems Center </DD><DT>SWTMO</DT><DD>SW Theater of Military Operations </DD><DT>SYBASE</DT><DD>A Collection Requirements Database </DD><DT>SYDET</DT><DD>Sympathetic Detonator </DD><DT>SYDP</DT><DD>Six-Year Defense Plan </DD><DT>SYG</DT><DD>Secretary General </DD><DT>SYNCOM</DT><DD>Synchronous Communications Satellite </DD><DT>SYRACUSE</DT><DD>Systeme de Radio Communication Utilisant un Satellite </DD><DT>SYRUP</DT><DD>System Resource Utilization Package </DD><DT>SYS</DT><DD>System(s) </DD><DT>SYSADM</DT><DD>System Administrator </DD><DT>SYSADMIN</DT><DD>Systems Administration Technical Assistant </DD><DT>SYSCON</DT><DD>Systems Control </DD><DT>SYSOPR</DT><DD>System Operator </DD></DL>T

<DL><DT>T</DT><DD>(1) Tank; (2) Training; (3) Transmitter </DD><DT>T1</DT><DD>1.54 Megabits per Second Throughput </DD><DT>T2</DT><DD>Technology Transfer </DD><DT>T3</DT><DD>44.3 Megabits per Second Throughput </DD><DT>TA</DT><DD>(1) Traffic Analysis; (2) Tank Army; (3) Terrain Avoidance; (4) Theater Army; (5) Target Acquisition; (6) Target Analysis </DD><DT>T&A</DT><DD>Transcription and Analysis </DD><DT>TAA</DT><DD>(1) Tactical Air Army (FSU); (2) Total Army Analysis; (3) Tactical Assembly Area; (4) Theatre Army Area </DD><DT>TAACOM</DT><DD>Theater Army Area Command </DD><DT>TAB</DT><DD>(1) Target Acquisition Battery; (2) Theatre Air Base </DD><DT>TABNR</DT><DD>Table Number </DD><DT>TABS</DT><DD>Threat Assement Briefing System </DD><DT>TAC</DT><DD>(1) Tactical Air Command; (2) Terrain Analysis Center (U.S. ;Army); (3) Tactical Access Controller; (4) Tri-Service Tactical </DD><DT>Digital</DT><DD>Communication System; (5) Technology Assessment Center; (6) Terminal Access Control; (7) Tactical Command Post </DD><DT>TACAC-D</DT><DD>Technical Control and Analysis Center-Division </DD><DT>TACAIR</DT><DD>Tactical Air </DD><DT>TACAMO</DT><DD>(1) U.S. Air Relay Communication System; (2) Take Charge and Move Out </DD><DT>TACAN</DT><DD>Ultrahigh-Frequency Tactical Air Navigation </DD><DT>TACAWS</DT><DD>The Army Combined Arms Weapons System </DD><DT>TACC</DT><DD>(1) Tactical Air Control Center; (2) Tanker Airlift Control Center; (3) Theater Army Communications Command </DD><DT>TACC(A)</DT><DD>Tactical Air Control Center (Afloat) </DD><DT>TACCIMS</DT><DD>(1) Theater Army Command and Control Information Management System; (2) Tactical Command and Control Information </DD><DT>Management</DT><DD>System </DD><DT>TACCP</DT><DD>Tactical Command Post </DD><DT>TACCS</DT><DD>(1) Tactical Airborne Command and Control and Surveillance; (2) Tactical Air Control Center System </DD><DT>TACCSIMS</DT><DD>Theater Area Command and Control Information </DD><DT>Management</DT><DD>System </DD><DT>TACCS-K</DT><DD>Tactical Automated Command and Control Systems-Korea </DD><DT>TACCTA</DT><DD>Tactical Commanderé─˘s Terrain Analysis </DD><DT>TAC-D</DT><DD>Tactical Deception </DD><DT>TACE</DT><DD>(1) Technical Analysis Cost Estimate; (2) Tactical Air Coordination Element </DD><DT>TACELINT</DT><DD>Tactical Electronic Intelligence (Report) </DD><DT>TACFAST</DT><DD>Tactical Forward Analysis Support Terminal </DD><DT>TACFIRE</DT><DD>Tactical Artillery Fire Control </DD><DT>TACIES</DT><DD>Tactical Imagery Exploitation System </DD><DT>TACINTEL</DT><DD>Tactical Intelligence </DD><DT>TACIT</DT><DD>RAINBOW Anti-Radiation Missile </DD><DT>TACM</DT><DD>Tactical Amphibious Collection Management </DD><DT>TACO</DT><DD>Tactical Command Post </DD><DT>TACO-2</DT><DD>Tactical Communications-Two </DD><DT>TACOMM</DT><DD>Tactical Communications </DD><DT>TACOMSIM</DT><DD>Tactical Communications Simulator </DD><DT>TACON</DT><DD>Tactical Control </DD><DT>TACOPS</DT><DD>Tactical Air Combat Operations Staff </DD><DT>TACP</DT><DD>Tactical Air Control Party </DD><DT>TACRECCE</DT><DD>Tactical Reconnaissance </DD><DT>TACREP</DT><DD>Tactical Report </DD><DT>TACRON</DT><DD>Tactical Air Control Squadron </DD><DT>TACS</DT><DD>(1) Tactical Air Control System; (2) Technology Acquisition </DD><DT>Coordination</DT><DD>Subcommittee; (3) Theater Air Control System </DD><DT>TACS/TADS</DT><DD>Tactical Air Control System/Tacticai Air Defense System </DD><DT>TACSAM</DT><DD>Tactical Surface-to-Air Missile </DD><DT>TACSAT</DT><DD>Tactical Satellite </DD><DT>TACSATCOM</DT><DD>Tactical Satellite Communications </DD><DT>TACSIM</DT><DD>Tactical Simulation (Simulator) </DD><DT>TACTAS</DT><DD>Tactical Towed Array System (U.S. Surface Warship) </DD><DT>TACTASS</DT><DD>Tactical Towed-Array Surveillance System (USN) </DD><DT>TACTED</DT><DD>Tactical Trunk Encryption Device </DD><DT>TACTEL</DT><DD>Tactical Telecommunications </DD><DT>TACTERM</DT><DD>Tactical Terminal </DD><DT>TACW</DT><DD>Tactical Air Control Wing </DD><DT>TACWINGSLANT</DT><DD>Tactical Wings Atlantic </DD><DT>TAD</DT><DD>(1) Temporary Additional Duty; (2) Theater Air Defense </DD><DT>TADIL</DT><DD>Tactical Data Information Link </DD><DT>TADIL-J</DT><DD>Tactical Digital Interface Link-Joint </DD><DT>TADIX-B</DT><DD>Tactical Data Exchange System-B </DD><DT>TADIXS</DT><DD>Tactical Data Information Exchange Subsystem </DD><DT>TADIXS-B</DT><DD>Tactical Data Information Exchange System Broadcast </DD><DT>TADS</DT><DD>(1) Tactical Air Defense System; (2) Target Acquisition and Designation System </DD><DT>TADSS</DT><DD>Training Aids, Devices, Simulations and Simulators </DD><DT>TADMS</DT><DD>TRS ASARS-2 Data Manipulation System </DD><DT>TAE</DT><DD>Transportable Applications Executive </DD><DT>TAF</DT><DD>Tactical Air Forces </DD><DT>TAFIC</DT><DD>Tactical Air Forces Intelligence Center </DD><DT>TAFIES</DT><DD>Tactical Air Force Intelligence Exploitation System </DD><DT>TAFIIS</DT><DD>Tactical Air Forces Integrated Information System </DD><DT>TAFLC</DT><DD>Tactical Air Force Limited Operational Capabilities Europe </DD><DT>TAFSM</DT><DD>Tactical Fire Support Model </DD><DT>TAG</DT><DD>(1) Target Actions Group; (2) The Adjutant General; (3) Theater Army Group; (4) Target Aimpoint Graphic; (5) TEMPEST Advisory Group </DD><DT>TAGS</DT><DD>Theater Air Ground System </DD><DT>TAH</DT><DD>Tactical Aviation Headquarters </DD><DT>TAI</DT><DD>Target Areas of Interest </DD><DT>TAISS</DT><DD>Telecommunication and Automated Information Systems Security </DD><DT>TALM</DT><DD>Tactical Air-Launched Missile </DD><DT>TALO</DT><DD>Tactical Airlift Liaison Officer </DD><DT>TALON</DT><DD>Theater Applicatiaon-Launch on Notice </DD><DT>TAOS</DT><DD>Thrust-Assisted Orbiter System </DD><DT>TALP</DT><DD>Total Army Linguist Program </DD><DT>TAMPS</DT><DD>(1) Threat Avoidance Mission Planning System; (2) Tactical Aircraft Mission Planning System </DD><DT>TANGO</DT><DD>Tactical Air, Naval, Ground Operations </DD><DT>TAO</DT><DD>Tactical Air Operations </DD><DT>TAOC</DT><DD>Tactical Air Operations Center </DD><DT>TAOR</DT><DD>Tactical Area of Responsibility </DD><DT>TAP</DT><DD>(1) Terrain Analysis Program; (2) Theater Analysis and Planning </DD><DT>TAPA</DT><DD>Target Analysis Pacific Area </DD><DT>TAPCOMP</DT><DD>Targeting and Analysis Program Computers </DD><DT>TAPS</DT><DD>Technical Analysis Processing System </DD><DT>TAR</DT><DD>Terrain Avoidance Radar </DD><DT>TARBUL</DT><DD>Target Bulletin </DD><DT>TARDEV</DT><DD>Target Development </DD><DT>TARE</DT><DD>Telegraph Automation Relay Equipment </DD><DT>TAREX</DT><DD>Target Exploitation </DD><DT>TARM</DT><DD>Tactical Antiradiation Missile </DD><DT>TARPS</DT><DD>Tactical Air Reconnaissance Pod System (USN) </DD><DT>TARRRS</DT><DD>Tactical Air Reconnaissance Results Reporting System </DD><DT>TARS</DT><DD>Tactical Air Reconnaissance System </DD><DT>TAS</DT><DD>(1) Tactical Airlift Squadron; (2) Traffic Analysis Survey; (3) Terminal Access System; (4) True Air Speed; (5) Timeline </DD><DT>Analysis</DT><DD>System; (6) Temporal Analysis System </DD><DT>TASE</DT><DD>Tactical Air Support Element </DD><DT>TASES</DT><DD>Tactical Airborne Signals Exploitation System </DD><DT>TASM</DT><DD>Tactical Air-to-Surface Missile </DD><DT>TASMO</DT><DD>Tactical Air Support of Maritime Operations </DD><DT>TASO</DT><DD>Terminal Area Security Officer </DD><DT>TASOC</DT><DD>Theater Army Special Operations Command </DD><DT>TASOSC</DT><DD>Theater Army Special Operations Support Command </DD><DT>TASS</DT><DD>(1) Towed Array Surveillance System; (2) Official News Agency of the FSU; (3) Tactical Air Support Squadron; (4) Tactical </DD><DT>Automatic</DT><DD>Switching System </DD><DT>TAT</DT><DD>(1) Terrorist Action Team; (2) Tactical Analysis Team; (3) Target Area Tactics </DD><DT>TATERS</DT><DD>TROJAN Air Transportable Electronic Reconnaissance System </DD><DT>TAV</DT><DD>(1) Total Asset Visibility; (2) Trans-Atmospheric Vehicle </DD><DT>TAVR</DT><DD>Territorial and Army Volunteer Reserve </DD><DT>TAW</DT><DD>Tactical Airlift Wing </DD><DT>TAWC</DT><DD>Tactical Air Warfare Center </DD><DT>TAWDS</DT><DD>Transportable Automated Weather Distribution System </DD><DT>TAXIS-A</DT><DD>Tactical Data Information Exchange Subsystem A </DD><DT>TB</DT><DD>(1) Tank Battalion; (2) Tuberculosis </DD><DT>TBA</DT><DD>To Be Announced </DD><DT>TBD</DT><DD>To Be Determined </DD><DT>TBM</DT><DD>(1) Tactical Ballistic Missile; (2) Theater Battle Management; (3) Theater Ballistic Missile </DD><DT>TBP</DT><DD>To be published </DD><DT>TC</DT><DD>(1) Tank Company; (2) Transportation Corps; (3) Transport Cradles </DD><DT>TC3</DT><DD>Theater Command, Control, and Communications </DD><DT>TCA</DT><DD>(1) Theater Collection Assets; (2) Theater Communications Architecture; (3) Tactical Communication Augmentation </DD><DT>TCAC</DT><DD>Technical Control and Analysis Center </DD><DT>TCAC-C</DT><DD>Technical Control and Analysis Center - Corps </DD><DT>TCAC</DT><DD>PIP Technical Control and Analysis Center-Product </DD><DT>TCAE</DT><DD>(1) Technical Control and Analysis Element; (2) Tactical Control and Analysis Element </DD><DT>TCAE</DT><DD>C/D/B Technical Control and Analysis Element Corps/Division/Brigade </DD><DT>TC-AIMS</DT><DD>II Transportation Coordinator Automated Information For Movements Systems II </DD><DT>TCB</DT><DD>Trusted Computing Base </DD><DT>TCC</DT><DD>(1) Telecommunications Center; (2) Tactical Command Center </DD><DT>TCCC</DT><DD>Theater Communications Control Center </DD><DT>TCCE/CA</DT><DD>Theater Contingency Communications Equipment, Central Area </DD><DT>TCCS</DT><DD>Theater Command and Control System </DD><DT>TCD</DT><DD>Time Compliance Data </DD><DT>TCICA</DT><DD>Theater Counterintelligence Coordinating Authority </DD><DT>TCIM</DT><DD>Tactical Communications Interface Module </DD><DT>TCJ2</DT><DD>TRANSCOM J2 </DD><DT>TCM</DT><DD>Tactical Cruise Missile </DD><DT>TCMS</DT><DD>Tactical Communications Management System </DD><DT>TCO</DT><DD>(1) Test Control Officer; (2) Telecommunications Control Officer; (3) Telecommunications Contracting Office </DD><DT>TCOS</DT><DD>Tactical Combat Operations System </DD><DT>TCP</DT><DD>(1) Technological Coordinating Paper; (2) Tactical </DD><DT>Cryptologic</DT><DD>Program; (3) Transmission Control Protocol; (4) Traditional CINC Programs </DD><DT>TCP/IP</DT><DD>Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol </DD><DT>TCR</DT><DD>Time Critical Requirements </DD><DT>TCS</DT><DD>(1) Tactical Computer System; (2) Test/Crisis Service </DD><DT>TCSEC</DT><DD>DOD Trusted Computer System Evaluation Criteria </DD><DT>TCT</DT><DD>(1) Tactical Commanders Terminal; (2) Tactical Computer Terminal(s) </DD><DT>TCU</DT><DD>Tactical Computer Unit </DD><DT>TD</DT><DD>(1) Tank Destroyer; (2) Tank Division; (3) Time Dominant (imagery); (4) Tactical Deception; (5) Training Detachment; (6) Target Designator; (7) Transfer Device </DD><DT>TDA</DT><DD>(1) Table of Distribution and Allowances; (2) Target Damage Assessment; (3) Tactical Decision Aids </DD><DT>TDAD</DT><DD>Training Development and Analysis Directorate </DD><DT>TDAR</DT><DD>Tactical Defense Alert Radar </DD><DT>TDC</DT><DD>(1) Tactical Digital Computer; (2) Theater Deployable Communications </DD><DT>TDD</DT><DD>Target DBZ Designator </DD><DT>TDDP</DT><DD>Tactical Defense Dissemination Program </DD><DT>TDDS</DT><DD>(1) Tactical Defense/Data Dissemination System; (2) TRAP Data Dissemination System </DD><DT>TDES</DT><DD>Theater Document Exploitation System </DD><DT>TDF</DT><DD>(1) Tactical Data Facsimile; (2) Tactical Digital Facsimile </DD><DT>TDFD</DT><DD>Time Delay Firing Device </DD><DT>TDI</DT><DD>(1) Target Data Inventory; (2) Target Data Inventory; (3) ETIBS Datalink Interface </DD><DT>TDM</DT><DD>Time Division Multiplex </DD><DT>TDMA</DT><DD>Time Division Multiple Access </DD><DT>TDOA</DT><DD>Time Difference of Arrival </DD><DT>TDP</DT><DD>(1) Threat Display & Projection; (2) Tactical Display Programmer; (3) Tactical Data Processor </DD><DT>TDRSS</DT><DD>Tracking and Data Relay Satellite System </DD><DT>TDS</DT><DD>(1) Target Data Sheet; (2) Training Device System; (3) Target Development System </DD><DT>TDSS</DT><DD>Theater Display Support System </DD><DT>TDT</DT><DD>Tactical Data Terminal </DD><DT>TDY</DT><DD>Temporary Duty </DD><DT>TE</DT><DD>(1) Tactical Exploitation; (2) Table of Equipment </DD><DT>T&E</DT><DD>Test & Evaluation </DD><DT>TEA</DT><DD>Tactical Exploitation Assessment </DD><DT>TEAMS</DT><DD>Trend and Error Analysis Methodology System </DD><DT>TEARR</DT><DD>Time, Elevation, Azimuth, Range, Range Rate </DD><DT>TEB</DT><DD>Tactical Exploitation Battalion </DD><DT>TEC</DT><DD>Topographic Engineering Center </DD><DT>TECCE</DT><DD>Tactical Exploitation Collection and Coordination Element </DD><DT>TECH</DT><DD>Technical </DD><DT>TECHELINT</DT><DD>Technical ELINT </DD><DT>TECHINT</DT><DD>Technical Intelligence </DD><DT>TECHLIB</DT><DD>Technical Library </DD><DT>TECHSUM</DT><DD>Technical Summary </DD><DT>TECRAS</DT><DD>Technical Reconnaissance and Surveillance </DD><DT>TED</DT><DD>Trunk Encryption Device </DD><DT>TEDB</DT><DD>Technical ELINT Data Base </DD><DT>TEDS</DT><DD>Tactical Expendable Drone System </DD><DT>TEG</DT><DD>Tactical Exploitation Group (JSIPS) </DD><DT>TEK</DT><DD>Traffic Encryption Key </DD><DT>TEL</DT><DD>Transporter-Erector-Launcher </DD><DT>TELAR</DT><DD>Transporter-Erector-Launcher and Radar </DD><DT>TELCON</DT><DD>Telephone Conversation </DD><DT>TELECOM</DT><DD>Telecommunications </DD><DT>TELEFAC</DT><DD>Telecommunications Facilities Vulnerability Study </DD><DT>TELINT</DT><DD>Telemetry Intelligence </DD><DT>TELNET</DT><DD>Telecommunications Network </DD><DT>TEMP</DT><DD>Test and Evaluation Master Plan </DD><DT>TEMPEST</DT><DD>(1) Unclassified Name for Compromising Emanations; (2) Compromising Electronic Emission Control Program; (3) Transient Electromagnetic Pulse Emanations </DD><DT>TENCAP</DT><DD>Tactical Exploitation of National Capabilities </DD><DT>TEOC</DT><DD>Technical Objective Camera </DD><DT>TEP</DT><DD>(1) Tactical ELINT Processor; (2) TEMPEST Endorsement Program </DD><DT>TEPP</DT><DD>Tomahawk Employment Planning Package </DD><DT>TERCAT</DT><DD>Terrain Categorization </DD><DT>TERCOM</DT><DD>Terrain Contour Matching </DD><DT>TEREC</DT><DD>(1) Tactical Electronic Reconnaissance; (2) Tactical ELINT Receiver </DD><DT>TERPES</DT><DD>Tactical Electronic Reconnaissance Processing and Evaluation </DD><DT>System</DT><DD></DD><DT>TERS</DT><DD>(1) Tactical Electronic Reconnaissance System; (2) Tactical ELINT Reporting System; (3) Tactical Event Reporting System </DD><DT>TES</DT><DD>(1) Tactical Electronic Squadron; (2) Tactical Event System </DD><DT>TESAR</DT><DD>Tactical Endurance Synthetic Aperture Radar </DD><DT>TESS</DT><DD>Tactical Engagement Simulation System </DD><DT>TET</DT><DD>Transportable Electronic Tower </DD><DT>TEWS</DT><DD>Tactical Electronic Warfare System </DD><DT>TEXAS</DT><DD>Tactical Exchange Automation System </DD><DT>TF</DT><DD>(1) Task Force; (2) Transaction Format </DD><DT>TFAS</DT><DD>Task Force Able Sentry </DD><DT>TFC</DT><DD>Tactical Fusion Center </DD><DT>TFCICA</DT><DD>Task Force CI Coordinating Authority </DD><DT>TFCC</DT><DD>Tactical Flag Command Center </DD><DT>TFJ2</DT><DD>Task Force Director of Intelligence </DD><DT>TFM</DT><DD>Trusted Facility Manual </DD><DT>TFR</DT><DD>Terrain Following Radar </DD><DT>TFS</DT><DD>(1) Tactical Fighter Squadron; (2) Terrain and Feature Server; (3) Traffic Flow Security </DD><DT>TFT</DT><DD>(1) Tri-Band Field Terminal; (2) Tactical Facsimile Terminal </DD><DT>TF/TA</DT><DD>Terrian Following/Terrain Avoidance </DD><DT>TFU</DT><DD>Tactical Forecast Unit </DD><DT>TFW</DT><DD>Tactical Fighter Wing </DD><DT>TFWC</DT><DD>Tactical Fighter Weapons Center </DD><DT>TG</DT><DD>(1) Task Group; (2) Training Group </DD><DT>T&G</DT><DD>Tracking and Guidance </DD><DT>TGA</DT><DD>Target Analysis </DD><DT>TGCF</DT><DD>Tactical Ground Control Facility </DD><DT>TGIF</DT><DD>Transportable/Tactical Ground Intercept Facility </DD><DT>TGPF</DT><DD>Transportable Ground Processing Facility </DD><DT>TGS</DT><DD>(1) Transportable Ground Station; (2) Turkish General Staff </DD><DT>TGT</DT><DD>Target </DD><DT>TGTINT</DT><DD>Targeting Intelligence </DD><DT>TGTINFOREP</DT><DD>Target Information Report </DD><DT>TGW</DT><DD>Terminal-Guidance Warhead </DD><DT>THAAD</DT><DD>Theater High-Altitude Area Defense </DD><DT>THAAD/GBR</DT><DD>Theater High-Altitude Area Defense/Ground Based Radar </DD><DT>THEC</DT><DD>Theater HUMINT Exploitation Center </DD><DT>THMT</DT><DD>Tactical High Mobility Terminal </DD><DT>THREATCON</DT><DD>JCS Terrorist Threat Condition </DD><DT>THz</DT><DD>Terahertz </DD><DT>TI</DT><DD>(1) Technical Intelligence (TECHINT); (2) Target Intelligence; (3) Transition Increment </DD><DT>TI/TTR</DT><DD>Target Illumination/Target Tracking Radar </DD><DT>TIA</DT><DD>Target Implications Annex </DD><DT>TIAP</DT><DD>Theater Intelligence Architecture Program </DD><DT>TIAPCO</DT><DD>TIAP Communications Overlay </DD><DT>TIARA</DT><DD>Tactical Intelligence and Related Activities </DD><DT>TIARRA</DT><DD>Target Identification And Recognition Radar </DD><DT>TIAS</DT><DD>Target Identification & Acquisition System </DD><DT>TIB</DT><DD>Target Intelligence Branch </DD><DT>TIBS</DT><DD>Tactical Information Broadcast System </DD><DT>TIC</DT><DD>(1) Theater Intelligence Center; (2) Technical Information Center </DD><DT>TICANA</DT><DD>Tactical Imagery Communications and Network Alternatives </DD><DT>TICC</DT><DD>Tactical Information Communications Center </DD><DT>TICON</DT><DD>Tight Control </DD><DT>TID</DT><DD>Theater Intelligence Digest </DD><DT>TIDL</DT><DD>Tactical Imagery Data Link </DD><DT>TIDY</DT><DD>Teletype Integrated Display System </DD><DT>TIEC</DT><DD>Theater Imagery Exploitation Capability </DD><DT>TIES</DT><DD>Tactical Information Exchange System </DD><DT>TIF(S)</DT><DD>Theater Interrogation Facility(ies) </DD><DT>TIFA</DT><DD>Theater Intelligence Fusion Architecture </DD><DT>TIFF</DT><DD>Tagged Image File Format </DD><DT>TIG</DT><DD>Tactical Intelligence Group </DD><DT>TIHB</DT><DD>Target Intelligence Handbook </DD><DT>TIIF</DT><DD>Tactical Imagery Interpretation Facility </DD><DT>TIIMS</DT><DD>Text and Image Information Management System </DD><DT>TILO</DT><DD>Transportation Intelligence Liaison Officer </DD><DT>TIM</DT><DD>Target Intelligence Material </DD><DT>TIM-DIS</DT><DD>Time & Distance </DD><DT>TIMS</DT><DD>(1) Tactical Information Management System; (2) TFCC Information Management System </DD><DT>TIO</DT><DD>Target Intelligence Officer </DD><DT>TIP</DT><DD>(1) Target Intelligence Package; (2) Theater Intelligence Plan; (3) Tracking and Impact Prediction; (4) Tactical Imagery Program </DD><DT>TIPE</DT><DD>Tactical Intelligence Product Enhancement </DD><DT>TIPI</DT><DD>Tactical Information Processing and Interpretation System </DD><DT>TIPP</DT><DD>Target Intelligence Production Plan </DD><DT>TIPS</DT><DD>(1) Terrorist Incident Profile System; (2) Tactical Intelligence </DD><DT>Processing</DT><DD>System; (3) Target Intelligence Packages </DD><DT>TIR</DT><DD>Terminal Imaging Radar </DD><DT>TIROS</DT><DD>Television Infrared Observation Satellite </DD><DT>TIROS-N</DT><DD>Television Infrared Observation Satellite-National </DD><DT>TIRS</DT><DD>Thermal Infrared Scanner </DD><DT>TIRSAG</DT><DD>Tactical Intelligence, Reconnaissance, Surveillance Action </DD><DT>Group</DT><DD></DD><DT>TIRSS</DT><DD>Theater Intelligence, Reconnaissance & Surveillance Study </DD><DT>TIS</DT><DD>(1) Tactical Intelligence Squadron; (2) Thermal Imaging Sight; (3) Tactical Input Segment </DD><DT>TISD</DT><DD>Tactical (Air Forces) Integrated Situation Display </DD><DT>TISEO</DT><DD>Target Identification System, Electro-Optical </DD><DT>TISL</DT><DD>Target Identification System, Laser </DD><DT>TISO</DT><DD>Theater Intelligence Support Officer </DD><DT>TISP</DT><DD>Transition Implementation Support Plan </DD><DT>TISS</DT><DD>Tactical Intelligence Support Staff </DD><DT>TITF</DT><DD>Theater Intelligence Training Facility </DD><DT>TIU</DT><DD>ETIBS Interface Unit </DD><DT>TJS</DT><DD>Tactical Jamming System </DD><DT>TK</DT><DD>Talent-Keyhole </DD><DT>Tk</DT><DD>Tank </DD><DT>TKR</DT><DD>Tanker </DD><DT>TLAM</DT><DD>Tomahawk Land Attack Missile </DD><DT>TLAR</DT><DD>Transporter-Launcher and Radar </DD><DT>TLC</DT><DD>(1) Telecommunication Link Controller; (2) Teleconferencing </DD><DT>TLCF</DT><DD>(1) TACINTEL Link Control Facility; (2) Teleconferencing </DD><DT>TLE</DT><DD>Target Location Error </DD><DT>TLS</DT><DD>Top-Level Specification </DD><DT>TLST</DT><DD>TACAMO Logistics Support Team </DD><DT>TM</DT><DD>(1) Tactical Missile; (2) Threat Manager; (3) Target Material; (4) Landsat Thematic Mapper; (5) Technical Manual; (6) Team Materials; (7) Team </DD><DT>TMA</DT><DD>Theater of Military Action </DD><DT>TMB</DT><DD>Technical Management Board </DD><DT>TMCN</DT><DD>Tactical Target Materials Change Notice </DD><DT>TMD</DT><DD>(1) Theater Missile Defense; (2) Tactical Map Depot </DD><DT>TMDE</DT><DD>Test Measurement and Diagnostic Equipment </DD><DT>TMD/GBR</DT><DD>Theater Missile Defense/Ground-Based Radar </DD><DT>TMET</DT><DD>Transportable Medium Earth Terminal </DD><DT>TMFU</DT><DD>Theater METOC Forecasting Unit </DD><DT>TMMRS</DT><DD>Trojan Mobile Remote Receiver System </DD><DT>TMO</DT><DD>(1) Technical Management Office; (2) Theater of Military Operations </DD><DT>TMP</DT><DD>Training Management Plan </DD><DT>TMPC</DT><DD>Theater Mission Planning Center </DD><DT>TMPG</DT><DD>Target Materials Producers Group </DD><DT>TMPO</DT><DD>Target Materials Program Office </DD><DT>TMPS</DT><DD>Theater Mission Planning System </DD><DT>TMRG</DT><DD>Terrain-Masked Radar Graphics </DD><DT>TMSR</DT><DD>Tactical Meteorological Satellite Receiver </DD><DT>TMS</DT><DD>Target Materials Squadron </DD><DT>TMT</DT><DD>Target Marking Technologies </DD><DT>TMUG</DT><DD>Target Materials Users Group </DD><DT>TMWG</DT><DD>Target Materials Working Group </DD><DT>TMWS</DT><DD>Target Materials Workstation </DD><DT>TNAPS+</DT><DD>Tactical Network Analysis and Planning System Plus </DD><DT>TNET</DT><DD>Teletraining Network </DD><DT>TNF</DT><DD>Theater Nuclear Forces </DD><DT>Tng</DT><DD>Training </DD><DT>TNI</DT><DD>Trusted Network Interpretation </DD><DT>TNIEG</DT><DD>Trusted Network Interpretation Environment Guideline </DD><DT>TNK</DT><DD>Tanker </DD><DT>TNL</DT><DD>Target Nomination List </DD><DT>TNT</DT><DD>Tunnel Neutralization Team </DD><DT>TNO</DT><DD>Theater Nuclear Option </DD><DT>T/O</DT><DD>Take Off </DD><DT>TO&E</DT><DD>Tables of Organization and Equipment </DD><DT>TOA</DT><DD>(1) Total Obligational Authority; (2) Time of Arrival; (3) Transportation Operation Agency; (4) Time of Attack; (5) Transfer of Authority; (6) Table of Organic Allowance </DD><DT>TOC</DT><DD>(1) Tactical Operations Center; (2) Theater of Operations Command </DD><DT>TOE</DT><DD>(1) Table of Organization and Equipment; (2) Time of Entry </DD><DT>TOF</DT><DD>Time of Flight </DD><DT>TOPCAT</DT><DD>Tactical Operations Planner for Collection, Analysis, and Tasking </DD><DT>TOPINS</DT><DD>Theater Operational Intelligence System </DD><DT>TOPO</DT><DD>Topographic </DD><DT>TOPS</DT><DD>Tactical Operations Support </DD><DT>TOR</DT><DD>(1) Terms of Reference; (2) Tactical Operations Room; (3) Tentative Operational Requirement; (4) Time of Receipt </DD><DT>TORP</DT><DD>Torpedo </DD><DT>TORPCM</DT><DD>Torpedo Countermeasures & Deception </DD><DT>TOS</DT><DD>(1) Tactical Ocean Surveillance; (2) Theater Operating System </DD><DT>TOSP</DT><DD>Tailored Ocean Surveillance Product </DD><DT>TOSS</DT><DD>(1) Tactical Operations Support System; (2) Technical Oriented Support System </DD><DT>TOT</DT><DD>(1) Time over Target; (2) Time of Transmission </DD><DT>TOVS</DT><DD>TIROS Operational Vertical Sounder </DD><DT>TOW</DT><DD>Tube-Launched Optically-Tracked Wire-Guided Missile </DD><DT>T/P</DT><DD>Terminal/Printer </DD><DT>TPA</DT><DD>Theater Production Assets </DD><DT>TPAS</DT><DD>Target Planning and Scheduling </DD><DT>TPC</DT><DD>(1) Tactical Pilotage Chart; (2) Tempest Personal Computer; (3) Two-Person Control </DD><DT>TPCS</DT><DD>Team Portable COMINT System </DD><DT>TPEP</DT><DD>(1) TEREC Portable Exploitation Processor; (2) Trusted Products Evaluation Program </DD><DT>TPF</DT><DD>Topographic Production Facility </DD><DT>TPFD</DT><DD>Time-Phased Force Deployment </DD><DT>TPFDD</DT><DD>Time-Phased Force Deployment Data </DD><DT>TPFD(L)</DT><DD>Time-Phased Force Deployment (List) </DD><DT>TPI</DT><DD>Two-Person Integrity </DD><DT>TPL</DT><DD>Time-Phased Line </DD><DT>TPN</DT><DD>Tactical Packet Network </DD><DT>TPP</DT><DD>Thermal Powerplant </DD><DT>TPS</DT><DD>(1) Thermal Protection System; (2) Telecommunications Prioritization System </DD><DT>TPSD</DT><DD>(1) Theater Planning Support Division (J-5); (2) Theater Planning Support Document </DD><DT>TPU</DT><DD>Troop Programs Units </DD><DT>TPV</DT><DD>Terrain Perspective Viewing </DD><DT>TQL</DT><DD>Total Quality Leadership </DD><DT>TQM</DT><DD>Total Quality Management </DD><DT>T/R</DT><DD>Transmit-Receive </DD><DT>TR</DT><DD>(1) Tank Regiment; (2) Transportation Request </DD><DT>TRA</DT><DD>Temporary Restricted Areas </DD><DT>TRAC</DT><DD>(1) Tactical Radar Correlator; (2) TRADOC Analysis Center </DD><DT>TRADOC</DT><DD>U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command </DD><DT>TRAINS</DT><DD>Interactive Video Teletraining System </DD><DT>TRAM</DT><DD>Target Recognition and Attack-Multisensor </DD><DT>TRANSCOM</DT><DD>Transportation Command </DD><DT>TRANSEC</DT><DD>Transmission Security </DD><DT>TRANSIT</DT><DD>Navy Navigation Satellite System </DD><DT>TRANSNAT</DT><DD>Transnational </DD><DT>TRAP</DT><DD>(1) Threat Research and Analysis Program; (2) TRE and Related Applications; (3) Terrorist Research and Analysis Project; (4) Tactical Related Applications </DD><DT>TRAP-I</DT><DD>TRAP-Improved </DD><DT>TRAPS</DT><DD>TRE & Related Applications </DD><DT>TRB</DT><DD>Technical Review Board </DD><DT>TRDL</DT><DD>Tactical Reconnaissance Data Link </DD><DT>TRE</DT><DD>Tactical Receive Equipment </DD><DT>TRED</DT><DD>Tactical Receive Equipment Display </DD><DT>TREDS</DT><DD>(1) Tactical Reconnaissance Exploitation Demonstration System; (2) Tactical Receive Equipment (TRE) Display System </DD><DT>TREE</DT><DD>Transient Radiation Effects on Electronics </DD><DT>TRF</DT><DD>Topographic Readiness Facility </DD><DT>TRICOMS</DT><DD>Triad Computer System </DD><DT>TRI-MEF</DT><DD>Tri-Marine Expeditionary Force </DD><DT>TRI-MEFO</DT><DD>Tri-Marine Expeditionary Force Order </DD><DT>TRITAC</DT><DD>Tri-Service Tactical Communications System </DD><DT>TRI-TAC</DT><DD>(1) U.S. Joint Tactical Communications Program; (2) Tri-Service Tactical Communications </DD><DT>TRIES</DT><DD>Tactical Radar Imagery Exploitation System </DD><DT>TRIGS</DT><DD>TR-1 Ground Station </DD><DT>TRIMSS</DT><DD>TRANSCOM Imagery Management Support System </DD><DT>TRITAF</DT><DD>Tactical Air Forces of TAC, USAFE and PACAF </DD><DT>TRIX(S)</DT><DD>Tactical Reconnaissance Intelligence Exchange System </DD><DT>TRL</DT><DD>Target Recommendation List </DD><DT>TRML</DT><DD>USAFE Target Reference Material List </DD><DT>TRN</DT><DD>(1) Target Reference Number; (2) Target Reference Point </DD><DT>TROFA</DT><DD>Temporary Remote Operating Facility, Airborne (NSA) </DD><DT>TROJAN</DT><DD>Name of Technical Training System </DD><DT>TROJAN</DT><DD>SPIRIT TROJAN Special Purpose Integrated Remote Intelligence Terminal </DD><DT>TROKA</DT><DD>Third ROK Army </DD><DT>TROPO</DT><DD>Tropospheric Scatter Radio </DD><DT>TROSCOM</DT><DD>United States Army Troop Support Command </DD><DT>TRP</DT><DD>(1) Target Reporting Parameters; (2) Theater Response Package </DD><DT>Trp</DT><DD>Troops </DD><DT>TRRIP</DT><DD>(1) Theater Rapid Response Intelligence Package; (2) Tactical Rapid Reaction Intelligence </DD><DT>TRS</DT><DD>(1) Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron; (2) Tactical Reconnaissance System; (3) Trunked Radio System; (4) Telecommunications Service Request </DD><DT>TRSS</DT><DD>Tactical Remote Sensor System </DD><DT>TRT</DT><DD>TEREC Remote Terminal </DD><DT>TRUS</DT><DD>Tilting Wing/Rotor UAV System </DD><DT>TRV</DT><DD>Tank Recovery Vehicle </DD><DT>TRW</DT><DD>Tactical Reconnaissance Wing </DD><DT>TS</DT><DD>(1) Top Secret; (2) Transaction Services; (3) Target Spotting; (3) TROJAN SPIRIT </DD><DT>TSAR</DT><DD>Transmission Security Analysis Report </DD><DT>TSART</DT><DD>Test Support and Analysis Report Terminal </DD><DT>TSB</DT><DD>PSYOP Tactical Support Battalion </DD><DT>TSC</DT><DD>(1) Tactical Support Center; (2) Top Secret Control; (3) Technical Support Center; (4) Tactical Support Company; (5) TROJAN Switching Center; (6) Training Support Center </DD><DT>TSC2</DT><DD>Tactical/Strategic Command & Control </DD><DT>TSCA</DT><DD>Time-Sensitive Collection Actions </DD><DT>TSCE</DT><DD>Time-Sensitive Collection Emphasis </DD><DT>TSCIF</DT><DD>Tactical/Temporary Sensitive Compartmented </DD><DT>Information</DT><DD>Facility </DD><DT>TSCIXS</DT><DD>Tactical Support Center Information Exchange System </DD><DT>TSCM</DT><DD>Technical Surveillance Countermeasures </DD><DT>TSCO</DT><DD>Top Secret Control Officer </DD><DT>TSCR</DT><DD>Time-Sensitive Collection Requirement </DD><DT>TSCS</DT><DD>Transportable Satellite Communications System </DD><DT>TS/SCI</DT><DD>Top Secret/Sensitive Compartmented Information </DD><DT>TSCSI</DT><DD>Temporary Surface Cryptologic Support Installation </DD><DT>TSCW</DT><DD>Top Secret Codeword </DD><DT>TSDS</DT><DD>Tactical SIGINT Data Support </DD><DT>TSE</DT><DD>Target Support Element </DD><DT>TSEC</DT><DD>Telecommuncations Security </DD><DT>TSF</DT><DD>Technical Support Facility </DD><DT>TSG</DT><DD>Threat Steering Group </DD><DT>TSIT</DT><DD>Technical Service Intelligence Team </DD><DT>TSK</DT><DD>Transmission Security Key </DD><DT>TSM</DT><DD>Threat Spectrum Model </DD><DT>TSMA</DT><DD>Theater of Strategic/Military Action </DD><DT>TSOC</DT><DD>Theater Support Operations Cell </DD><DT>TSOR</DT><DD>Technical Standards of Readiness </DD><DT>TSP</DT><DD>(1) Transshipment Point; (2) Training Support Base; (3) Tactical Sensor Planner </DD><DT>TSR</DT><DD>(1) Time-Sensitive Requirement; (2) Telecommunications </DD><DT>Support</DT><DD>Request; (3) Trans-Siberian Railroad </DD><DT>TSRS</DT><DD>Tactical Support Reconnaissance System </DD><DT>TSS</DT><DD>(1) Telecommunications Security System; (2) Time-Sharing System; (3) Target Summary Sheets; (4) Target Selection Standards </DD><DT>TSSAM</DT><DD>Tri-Service Standoff Attack Missile </DD><DT>TSSR</DT><DD>Tropo Satellite Support Radio </DD><DT>TSSS</DT><DD>(TS3) (1) Tactical Simulator Study Support; (2) Time-Sensitive Support System </DD><DT>TSSTM</DT><DD>Tactical SIGINT Systems Training Module </DD><DT>TST</DT><DD>(1) Tactical Surveillance Technology; (2) Theater Support Team; (3) Tactical Support Team </DD><DT>T-STAR</DT><DD>TRANSCOM Situation Transportation Analysis Review </DD><DT>TS/TM</DT><DD>Target Support/Target Materials </DD><DT>TSWA</DT><DD>Temporary Secure Working Area </DD><DT>TSWG</DT><DD>Technical Support Working Group Of IG/T </DD><DT>TT</DT><DD>(1) Technology Transfer; (2) Target Track </DD><DT>TT&C</DT><DD>Telemetry Tracking and Command </DD><DT>TTAC</DT><DD>Technology Transfer Analysis Center </DD><DT>TTADB</DT><DD>Tactical Terrain Analysis Data Base </DD><DT>TTAP</DT><DD>Telemetry Technical Analysis Position </DD><DT>TTBT</DT><DD>Threshold Test Ban Treaty </DD><DT>TTC</DT><DD>(1) Transportation Terminal Command; (2) Tactical Telephone Central </DD><DT>TTD</DT><DD>Tactical Terrain Data </DD><DT>TTG</DT><DD>Technical Training Group </DD><DT>TTI</DT><DD>Tactical Target Illustration </DD><DT>TTIC</DT><DD>Technology Transfer Intelligence Committee </DD><DT>TTM</DT><DD>Tactical Target Materials </DD><DT>TTMC</DT><DD>Tactical Target Materials Catalogue </DD><DT>TTMP</DT><DD>Tactical Target Materials Program </DD><DT>TTMPD</DT><DD>Tactical Target Material Production Document </DD><DT>TTP</DT><DD>Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures </DD><DT>TTPI</DT><DD>Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands </DD><DT>TTR</DT><DD>Target Tracking Radar </DD><DT>TTSB</DT><DD>Theater Tactical Selection Board </DD><DT>TTU</DT><DD>(1) Transportation Terminal Unit; (2) Tape Transport Unit </DD><DT>TTY</DT><DD>(1) Teletypewriter; (2) Teletype </DD><DT>TU</DT><DD>Task Unit </DD><DT>TUDE</DT><DD>Teletype User Display Equipment </DD><DT>TUHTKP</DT><DD>Time Urgent Hard Target Kill Potential </DD><DT>TUSA</DT><DD>Third U.S. Army </DD><DT>TUT</DT><DD>Tactical Useré─˘s Terminal </DD><DT>TUV</DT><DD>Task Unit Van </DD><DT>TV</DT><DD>(1) Television; (2) Theater of War (FSU); (3) Target Vulnerability </DD><DT>TVA</DT><DD>Target Value Analysis </DD><DT>TVD</DT><DD>Theater of Military Operations (FSU) </DD><DT>TVITS</DT><DD>Tactical Video Imagery Transmission System </DD><DT>TVSSC</DT><DD>TACCIMS VTC Support System </DD><DT>TW</DT><DD>Targeting and Weaponeering </DD><DT>TW/AA</DT><DD>Tactical Warning/Attack Assessment </DD><DT>TWAC</DT><DD>Tactical Weather Analysis Center </DD><DT>TWCS</DT><DD>(1) Tomahawk Weapon Control System; (2) Tactical Warfare Control System </DD><DT>TWG</DT><DD>(1) Threat Working Group; (2) Technology Working Group </DD><DT>TWI</DT><DD>Training With Industry </DD><DT>TWRL</DT><DD>Two-Way Radio Link </DD><DT>TWS/IPS</DT><DD>Topographic Workstation/Imagery Processing System </DD><DT>TWT</DT><DD>Traveling Wave Tube </DD><DT>TWTA</DT><DD>Traveling Wave Tube Amplifier </DD><DT>TYC</DT><DD>Tactical Message Central </DD><DT>TX</DT><DD>(1) Technology Exploitation; (2) Transmission </DD></DL>U

<DL><DT>U</DT><DD>Unclassified </DD><DT>U-2</DT><DD>(1) Designator for a Military Reconnaissance Aircraft; (2) AF Reconnaissance Aircraft </DD><DT>UA</DT><DD>User Agent </DD><DT>UAAF</DT><DD>Unified Action Armed Forces </DD><DT>UAE</DT><DD>United Arab Emirates </DD><DT>UAM</DT><DD>Underwater-to-Air-Missile </DD><DT>UAMP</DT><DD>USIS Architecture Migration Plan </DD><DT>UARR</DT><DD>Universal Aerial Refueling Receptical </DD><DT>UATP</DT><DD>UNIX Advanced Tracking Prototype </DD><DT>UAV</DT><DD>Unmanned Aerial Vehicle </DD><DT>UAV-CR</DT><DD>Unmanned Aerial Vehicle-Close Range </DD><DT>UAV-E</DT><DD>Unmanned Aerial Vehicle-Endurance </DD><DT>UAV-H</DT><DD>Unmanned Aerial Vehicle-HUNTER </DD><DT>UAVJPO</DT><DD>Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Joint Program Office </DD><DT>UAV-M</DT><DD>Unmanned Aerial Vehicle-Maneuver </DD><DT>UAV-SR</DT><DD>Unmanned Aerial Vehicle-Short Range </DD><DT>UBA</DT><DD>Underwater Breathing Apparatus </DD><DT>UBR</DT><DD>Unassigned Bit Rate </DD><DT>UC</DT><DD>Under Construction </DD><DT>UCAB</DT><DD>USIS Customer Advisory Board </DD><DT>UCC</DT><DD>ULTRA-Compact Camera </DD><DT>UCG</DT><DD>Universal Communications Gateway </DD><DT>UCIB</DT><DD>USAFE Command Intelligence Brief </DD><DT>UCIRF</DT><DD>USAREUR Combat Intelligence Readiness Facility </DD><DT>UCMJ</DT><DD>Uniform Code of Military Justice </DD><DT>UCP</DT><DD>Unified Command Plan </DD><DT>UD</DT><DD>Deputy USCINCSPACE </DD><DT>UDEAC</DT><DD>Economic and Customs Union of Central Africa </DD><DT>UDF</DT><DD>United Democratic Front </DD><DT>UDIR</DT><DD>USAREUR Daily Intelligence Report </DD><DT>UDT</DT><DD>Underwater Demolition Team </DD><DT>UE</DT><DD>Unit Equipment </DD><DT>UEAC</DT><DD>Union of Central African States </DD><DT>UEC</DT><DD>USAREUR Exploitation Center </DD><DT>UFO</DT><DD>(1) Unidentified Flying Object; (2) UHF Follow-On Satellites </DD><DT>UFR</DT><DD>Unfunded Requirements </DD><DT>UGM</DT><DD>Underwater Guided Missile </DD><DT>UGS</DT><DD>Unattended Ground Sensors </DD><DT>UHF</DT><DD>Ultra High Frequency </DD><DT>UI</DT><DD>(1) Unidentified; (2) Unit of Issue </DD><DT>UIC</DT><DD>(1) USAREUR Interrogation Center; (2) Unit Identification Code </DD><DT>UIES</DT><DD>USAREUR Imagery Exploitation System </DD><DT>UIR</DT><DD>User Interface Requirements </DD><DT>UIRK</DT><DD>Unique Interswitch Rekeying Key </DD><DT>UIS</DT><DD>User Interface System </DD><DT>UJTL</DT><DD>Universal Joint Task List </DD><DT>UK</DT><DD>United Kingdom </DD><DT>UKADGE</DT><DD>United Kingdom Air Defense Ground Environment </DD><DT>UKAGE</DT><DD>United Kingdom Air Defense Ground Environment </DD><DT>UKAIR</DT><DD>United Kingdom Air Forces </DD><DT>UKLF</DT><DD>United Kingdom Land Forces </DD><DT>Ukn</DT><DD>Unknown </DD><DT>ULAN</DT><DD>Unit Local Area Network </DD><DT>ULANA</DT><DD>Universal Location Area Network Architecture </DD><DT>ULCC</DT><DD>Ultra Large Crude Carrier </DD><DT>ULCS</DT><DD>Unit-Level Circuit Switch </DD><DT>ULF</DT><DD>Ultra Low Frequency </DD><DT>ULO</DT><DD>USAREUR Liaison Office </DD><DT>ULV</DT><DD>Unmanned Launch Vehicle </DD><DT>UMD</DT><DD>Unit Manning Document </DD><DT>UMF</DT><DD>Unconventional Military Forces (NATO) </DD><DT>UMIES</DT><DD>USAREUR Modernized Imagery Exploitation System </DD><DT>UMO</DT><DD>Unconventional Military Operations </DD><DT>UMOP</DT><DD>Unintentional Modulation on Pulse </DD><DT>UN</DT><DD>United Nations </DD><DT>UNAAF</DT><DD>Unified Action Armed Forces </DD><DT>UNAMIR</DT><DD>United Nations Assistance Mission for Rwanda </DD><DT>UNAVEM</DT><DD>United Nations Angola Verification Mission </DD><DT>UNC</DT><DD>United Nations Command </DD><DT>UNCIVPOL</DT><DD>United Nations Civilian Police </DD><DT>UNCLAS</DT><DD>Unclassified </DD><DT>UNDERSEC</DT><DD>Under Secretary </DD><DT>UNDHA</DT><DD>United Nations Department of Humanitarian Affairs </DD><DT>UN-DMT</DT><DD>United Nations Disaster Management Team </DD><DT>UNDOF</DT><DD>United Nations Disengagement Observer Force </DD><DT>UNDP</DT><DD>United Nations Development Program </DD><DT>UNEF</DT><DD>United Nations Emergency Forces </DD><DT>UNESCO</DT><DD>United Nations Educational, Scientific & Cultural Organization </DD><DT>UNFICYP</DT><DD>United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus </DD><DT>UNGA</DT><DD>United Nations General Assembly </DD><DT>UNHCR</DT><DD>United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees </DD><DT>UNHQ</DT><DD>United Nations Headquarters </DD><DT>UNICEF</DT><DD>United Nations Childrensé─˘ Fund </DD><DT>UNIFIL</DT><DD>United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon </DD><DT>UNIKOM</DT><DD>United Nations Iraq-Kuwait Observer Mission </DD><DT>UNITA</DT><DD>National Union for the Total Independence of Angola </DD><DT>UNITAF</DT><DD>Unified Task Force </DD><DT>UNITAS</DT><DD>United International Antisubmarine Warfare Exercise (Joint U.S.-Latin American Naval Exercise) </DD><DT>UNITREP</DT><DD>Unit Report </DD><DT>UNITSITREP</DT><DD>Unit Situation Report </DD><DT>UNIX</DT><DD>Orginally UNICS, for Uniplex Information and </DD><DT>Computing</DT><DD>System </DD><DT>UNMIH</DT><DD>United Nations Mission in Haiti </DD><DT>UNMO</DT><DD>United Nations Military Observers </DD><DT>UNMOGIP</DT><DD>United Nations Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan </DD><DT>UNOMIG</DT><DD>United Nations Mission in Georgia </DD><DT>UNOMIL</DT><DD>United Nations Observer Mission in Liberia </DD><DT>UNOMUR</DT><DD>United Nations Mission for Uganda-Rwanda </DD><DT>UNOSOM</DT><DD>United Nations Operations in Somalia </DD><DT>UNMSC</DT><DD>United Nations Military Staff Committee </DD><DT>UNODIR</DT><DD>Unless Otherwise Directed </DD><DT>UNPROFOR</DT><DD>United Nations Protection Force </DD><DT>UNPP</DT><DD>UN Peace Plan </DD><DT>UNSAT</DT><DD>Unsatisfactory </DD><DT>UNSC</DT><DD>United Nations Security Council </DD><DT>UNTSO</DT><DD>United Nations Truce Supervision Organization </DD><DT>UQL</DT><DD>Universal Query Language </DD><DT>UNREF</DT><DD>United Nations Refugee Fund </DD><DT>UNRWA</DT><DD>United Nations Relief & Works Agency </DD><DT>UO</DT><DD>Using Organization </DD><DT>UPI</DT><DD>United Press International </DD><DT>UPP</DT><DD>User Partnership Program </DD><DT>UPS</DT><DD>(1) Uninterruptible Power Supply; (2) Universal Polar Stereographic </DD><DT>U2R</DT><DD>Reconnaissance Aircraft (U.S. Air Force) </DD><DT>URBBO</DT><DD>Urban Area Boundary File </DD><DT>URBPOP</DT><DD>Urban Population File </DD><DT>URD</DT><DD>User Requirements Document </DD><DT>URG</DT><DD>Underway Replenishment Group </DD><DT>URS</DT><DD>User Readout Simulator </DD><DT>US</DT><DD>United States </DD><DT>U&S</DT><DD>Unified and Specified (Archaic, now Unified) Commands </DD><DT>US</DT><DD>MLO U.S. Military Liaison Office </DD><DT>US/AIA</DT><DD>USEUCOM/ACE Interface Architecture </DD><DT>USA</DT><DD>(1) U.S. Army; (2) United States of America </DD><DT>USAABMDA</DT><DD>United States Army Advanced Ballistic Missile Defense Agency </DD><DT>USAADASCH</DT><DD>U.S. Army Air Defense Artillery School </DD><DT>USACAPOC</DT><DD>U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command </DD><DT>USACC</DT><DD>U.S. Army Communications Command </DD><DT>USACE</DT><DD>U.S. Army Corps of Engineers </DD><DT>USACID</DT><DD>U.S. Army Criminal Investigative Division Command </DD><DT>USACSLA</DT><DD>United States Army Communications Security Logistics Agency </DD><DT>USACOM</DT><DD>U.S. Atlantic Command </DD><DT>USAEIS</DT><DD>United States Army Electronic Intelligence & Security </DD><DT>USAF</DT><DD>U.S. Air Force </DD><DT>USAFE</DT><DD>U.S. Air Forces, Europe </DD><DT>USAFE/CC</DT><DD>Commander, U.S. Air Forces Europe </DD><DT>USAFINTEL</DT><DD>United States Air Force Intelligence </DD><DT>USAFISA</DT><DD>U.S. Army Force Integration Support Agency </DD><DT>USAFJ</DT><DD>U.S. Air Forces, Japan </DD><DT>USAFK</DT><DD>U.S. Air Forces, Korea </DD><DT>USAFLANT</DT><DD>U.S. Air Force, Atlantic </DD><DT>USAFR</DT><DD>U.S. Air Force Reserve </DD><DT>USAFRED</DT><DD>U.S. Air Force Readiness Command </DD><DT>USAFSO</DT><DD>U.S. Air Force Southern Command </DD><DT>USAFSOC</DT><DD>U.S. Air Force Special Operations Command </DD><DT>USAFSOS</DT><DD>U.S. Air Force Special Operations School </DD><DT>USAFSS</DT><DD>United States Air Force Security Service </DD><DT>USAFTAC</DT><DD>(1) U.S. Air Force Technical Applications Center; (2) U.S. Air Force Tactical Air Command </DD><DT>USAFWTC</DT><DD>U.S. Air Force Weapons and Tactics Center </DD><DT>USAIA</DT><DD>U.S. Army Intelligence Agency </DD><DT>USAICE</DT><DD>U.S. Army Intelligence Center, Europe </DD><DT>USAIC</DT><DD>U.S. Army Intelligence Center </DD><DT>USAICS</DT><DD>U.S. Army Intelligence Center and School </DD><DT>USAID</DT><DD>U.S. Agency for International Development </DD><DT>USAIIA</DT><DD>United States Army Imagery Interpretation Agency </DD><DT>USAINSCOM</DT><DD>U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command </DD><DT>USAISC</DT><DD>U.S. Army Information Systems Command </DD><DT>USAISD</DT><DD>U.S. Intelligence School, Fort Devens </DD><DT>USAITAC</DT><DD>U.S. Army Intelligence Threat Analysis Center </DD><DT>USAITFG</DT><DD>United States Army Intelligence Threats & Forecasts Group </DD><DT>USAJFKWCS</DT><DD>U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School </DD><DT>USAKA</DT><DD>U.S. Army Kwajalein Atoll </DD><DT>USAOG</DT><DD>U.S. Army Operational Group </DD><DT>USAR</DT><DD>U.S. Army Reserve </DD><DT>USARAK</DT><DD>U.S. Army Alaska </DD><DT>USARC</DT><DD>U.S. Army Reserve Command </DD><DT>USARCENT</DT><DD>U.S. Army Forces, Central Command </DD><DT>USARCO</DT><DD>U.S. Army Commercial Communications Office </DD><DT>USAREUR</DT><DD>U.S. Army, Europe </DD><DT>USARJ</DT><DD>U.S. Army, Japan </DD><DT>USARLANT</DT><DD>U.S. Army, Atlantic </DD><DT>USARPAC</DT><DD>U.S. Army, Pacific </DD><DT>USARSO</DT><DD>(1) U.S. Army, South; (2) U.S. Army Forces, South </DD><DT>USARSOC</DT><DD>U.S. Army Reserve, Special Operations Command </DD><DT>USARSPACE</DT><DD>U.S. Army Space Command </DD><DT>USARSPACECOM</DT><DD>U.S. Army Space Command </DD><DT>USASAALA</DT><DD>US Army Security Assistance Agency Latin America </DD><DT>USASACDA</DT><DD>United States Army Security Agency Combat </DD><DT>Development</DT><DD>Activity </DD><DT>USASACDSA</DT><DD>United States Army Security Agency Command Data </DD><DT>Systems</DT><DD>Activity </DD><DT>USASAE</DT><DD>United States Army Security Agency, Europe </DD><DT>USASAPAC</DT><DD>United States Army Security Agency, Pacific </DD><DT>USASASA</DT><DD>United States Army Security Agency Systems Activity </DD><DT>USASASSA</DT><DD>United States Army Security Agency Signal Security Activity </DD><DT>USASATCOMA</DT><DD>United States Army Satellite Communications Agency </DD><DT>USASATEC</DT><DD>United States Army Security Agency Test & Evaluation Center </DD><DT>USASEXC</DT><DD>United States Army Services Exploitation Center </DD><DT>USASFC</DT><DD>U.S. Army Special Forces Command </DD><DT>USASOA</DT><DD>U.S. Army School of the Americas </DD><DT>USASOC</DT><DD>U.S. Army, Special Operations Command </DD><DT>USASOF</DT><DD>U.S. Army, Special Operations Forces </DD><DT>USASOSC</DT><DD>U.S. Army Special Operations Support Command </DD><DT>USASSDC</DT><DD>U.S. Army Space and Strategic Defense Command </DD><DT>USASSG</DT><DD>U.S. Army Special Security Group </DD><DT>USATAC</DT><DD>U.S. Army Terrain Analysis Center </DD><DT>USATACOM</DT><DD>U.S. Army Tank Command </DD><DT>USATC</DT><DD>United States Air Target Chart </DD><DT>USATEC</DT><DD>U.S. Army Topographic Engineering Center </DD><DT>USATSC</DT><DD>U.S. Army Training Support Center </DD><DT>USB</DT><DD>Upper Sideband </DD><DT>USC</DT><DD>(1) Under Secretaries Committee; (2) United States Code </DD><DT>USCENTAF</DT><DD>U.S. Air Forces Central Command </DD><DT>USCENTCOM</DT><DD>U.S. Central Command </DD><DT>USCG</DT><DD>U.S. Coast Guard </DD><DT>USCG</DT><DD>INT U.S. Coast Guard Intelligence </DD><DT>USCGNET</DT><DD>U.S. Communications Grid Network </DD><DT>USCINCACOM</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, U.S. Atlantic Command </DD><DT>USCINCARRED</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, United States Army Forces, </DD><DT>Readiness</DT><DD>Command </DD><DT>USCINCCENT</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, U.S. Central Command </DD><DT>USCINCEUR</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, U.S. European Command </DD><DT>USCINCFOR</DT><DD>United States Commander in Chief, US Forces Command </DD><DT>USCINCLANT</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, U.S. Atlantic Command </DD><DT>USCINCMEAFSA</DT><DD>United States Commander in Chief Middle East, Southern Asia, </DD><DT>&</DT><DD>Africa South of the Sahara </DD><DT>USCINCPAC</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, U.S. Pacific Command </DD><DT>USCINCPACFLT</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, U.S. Pacific Fleet </DD><DT>USCINCRED</DT><DD>United States Commander in Chief, US Readiness Command </DD><DT>USCINCSO</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, U.S. Southern Command </DD><DT>USCINCSOC</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, U.S. Special Operations Command </DD><DT>USCINCSOINT</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, U.S. Special Operations Intelligence </DD><DT>USCINCSPACE</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, U.S. Space Command </DD><DT>USCINSTRAT</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, Strategic Command </DD><DT>USCINCTRANS</DT><DD>Commander in Chief, U.S. Transportation Command </DD><DT>USCMA</DT><DD>United States Court of Military Appeals </DD><DT>USCOB</DT><DD>United States Command Berlin </DD><DT>USCOMEASTLANT</DT><DD>U.S. Commander, Eastern Atlantic </DD><DT>USCS</DT><DD>(1) U.S. Customs Service; (2) Unified Soils Classification System; (3) U.S. Cryptologic System </DD><DT>USD</DT><DD>Under Secretary of Defense </DD><DT>USD(A&T)</DT><DD>Under Secretary of Defense (Acquisition & Technology) </DD><DT>USD(P)</DT><DD>Under Secretary of Defense for Policy </DD><DT>USDA</DT><DD>U.S. Department of Agriculture </DD><DT>USDAO</DT><DD>U.S. Defense Attache Office </DD><DT>USDE</DT><DD>Undesired Signal Data Emanations </DD><DT>USDR</DT><DD>United States Defense Representative </DD><DT>USELEMNORAD</DT><DD>U.S. Element NORAD </DD><DT>USEMB</DT><DD>United States Embassy </DD><DT>USEUCOM</DT><DD>U.S. European Command </DD><DT>USFJ</DT><DD>U.S. Forces, Japan </DD><DT>USFK</DT><DD>U.S. Forces, Korea </DD><DT>USFORAZ</DT><DD>U.S. Forces, Azores </DD><DT>USFORCARIB</DT><DD>U.S. Forces, Caribbean </DD><DT>USFORDOMREP</DT><DD>U.S. Forces, Dominican Republic </DD><DT>USFORSCOM</DT><DD>U.S. Forces Command </DD><DT>USFORSOM</DT><DD>U.S. Forces, Somalia </DD><DT>USG</DT><DD>United States Government </DD><DT>USGS</DT><DD>U.S. Geological Survey </DD><DT>USI</DT><DD>U.S. Intelligence </DD><DT>USIA</DT><DD>U.S. Information Agency </DD><DT>USIS</DT><DD>(1) U.S. Information Service (USIA abroad); (2) U.S. Imagery System </DD><DT>USIC</DT><DD>U.S. Intelligence Community </DD><DT>USILO</DT><DD>U.S. Imagery Liaison Officer </DD><DT>USIS</DT><DD>(1) U.S. Information Service; (2) U.S. Imagery System </DD><DT>USJTF</DT><DD>United States Joint Task Force </DD><DT>USLANTCOM</DT><DD>U.S. Atlantic Command </DD><DT>USLO</DT><DD>United States Liaison Officer </DD><DT>USM</DT><DD>Underwater-to-Surface Missile </DD><DT>USMAAG</DT><DD>U.S. Military Assistance Advisory Group </DD><DT>USMARCENT</DT><DD>U.S. Marine Forces Central Command </DD><DT>USMARDEZLANT</DT><DD>U.S. Maritime Defense Zone, Atlantic </DD><DT>USMARFORK</DT><DD>U.S. Marine Forces, Korea </DD><DT>USMARFORLANT</DT><DD>U.S. Marine Forces, Atlantic </DD><DT>USMC</DT><DD>U.S. Marine Corps </DD><DT>USMILGP</DT><DD>U.S. Military Group </DD><DT>USMLM</DT><DD>U.S. Military Liaison Mission </DD><DT>USMOG-W</DT><DD>U.S. Military Observer Group-Washington </DD><DT>USMS</DT><DD>U.S. Marshal Service </DD><DT>USMTF</DT><DD>(1) U.S. Message Text Formats; (2) U.S. Message Text Formatter </DD><DT>USMTM</DT><DD>U.S. Military Training Mission </DD><DT>USN</DT><DD>U.S. Navy </DD><DT>USNAVAK</DT><DD>U.S. Navy Alaska </DD><DT>USNAVCENT</DT><DD>U.S. Naval Forces, Central Command </DD><DT>USNAVEUR</DT><DD>U.S. Naval Forces, Europe </DD><DT>USNAVFORJAPAN</DT><DD>U.S. Naval Forces, Japan (also USNAVFORJ) </DD><DT>USNAVFORKOREA</DT><DD>U.S. Naval Forces, Korea (also USNAVFORK) </DD><DT>USNAVSO</DT><DD>U.S. Naval Forces, Southern Command </DD><DT>USNI</DT><DD>U.S. Naval Institute </DD><DT>USNR</DT><DD>U.S. Naval Reserve </DD><DT>USNS</DT><DD>U.S. Naval Ship </DD><DT>USO</DT><DD>(1) United Service Organization; (2) Unit Security Officer </DD><DT>USODC</DT><DD>U.S. Office of Defense Cooperation </DD><DT>USOMC</DT><DD>U.S. Office of Military Cooperation </DD><DT>USOUTHAF</DT><DD>United States Southern Command Air Forces </DD><DT>USOS</DT><DD>USAF Special Operations School </DD><DT>USP&FO</DT><DD>U.S. Property and Fiscal Officer </DD><DT>USPACOM</DT><DD>U.S. Pacific Command </DD><DT>USR</DT><DD>Unit Status Report </DD><DT>USREDCOM</DT><DD>U.S. Readiness Command </DD><DT>USREPMILCOMUN</DT><DD>United States Representative, UN Military Staff Committee </DD><DT>USRNMC</DT><DD>United States Representative To NATO Military Committee </DD><DT>USS</DT><DD>(1) User Support System; (2) U.S. Ship </DD><DT>USSID</DT><DD>U.S. Signals Intelligence Directive </DD><DT>USSIS</DT><DD>U.S. Signals Intelligence System </DD><DT>USSOCOM</DT><DD>U.S. Special Operations Command </DD><DT>USSOCPAC</DT><DD>U.S. Special Operations Command Pacific </DD><DT>USSOUTHAF</DT><DD>U.S. Southern Command Air Forces </DD><DT>USSOUTHCOM</DT><DD>U.S. Southern Command </DD><DT>USSPACECOM</DT><DD>U.S. Space Command </DD><DT>USSR</DT><DD>(1) Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (now FSU); (2) Union of Soviet Sovereign Republics </DD><DT>USSS</DT><DD>(1) U.S. SIGINT System; (2) U.S. Secret Service </DD><DT>USSTRATCOM</DT><DD>U.S. Strategic Command </DD><DT>USTRANSCOM</DT><DD>U.S. Transportation Command </DD><DT>USTS</DT><DD>UHF Satellite Terminal System </DD><DT>USW</DT><DD>Undersea Warfare </DD><DT>USYG</DT><DD>Under-Secretary General </DD><DT>UT</DT><DD>Usersé─˘ Terminal </DD><DT>UTAIN</DT><DD>USAFE Tactical Air Intelligence Network </DD><DT>UTAIS</DT><DD>USAFE Tactical Air Intelligence System </DD><DT>UTC</DT><DD>(1) Unit Type Code; (2) Universal Coordinated Time </DD><DT>UTCB</DT><DD>USCENTCOM Transportable Communications Backbone </DD><DT>UTH</DT><DD>USAREUR Transportable Host </DD><DT>UTIC</DT><DD>USAREUR Tactical Intelligence Center </DD><DT>UTM</DT><DD>Universal Transverse Mercator (Grid) </DD><DT>UTTAS</DT><DD>Utility Tactical Transport Aircraft System </DD><DT>UV</DT><DD>Ultra Violet </DD><DT>UW</DT><DD>(1) Unconventional Warfare; (2) Underwater </DD><DT>UWB</DT><DD>Ultra Wide Band </DD><DT>UWOA</DT><DD>Unconventional Warfare Operational Area </DD></DL>V

<DL><DT>V-22</DT><DD>OSPREY Joint Advanced Vertical-Lift Aircraft (Formerly JVX) </DD><DT>VA</DT><DD>Veterans Administration </DD><DT>VAAP</DT><DD>Vulnerability Analysis and Assistance Program </DD><DT>VAB</DT><DD>French Front Armored Vehicle </DD><DT>VAC</DT><DD>Volts, Alternating Current </DD><DT>VAN</DT><DD>Value-Added Networks </DD><DT>VAR</DT><DD>Variable </DD><DT>VAX</DT><DD>Virtual Address Extension </DD><DT>VBR</DT><DD>Variable Bit Rate </DD><DT>VCA</DT><DD>Virginia Contracting Activity </DD><DT>VCINCNORAD</DT><DD>Vice Commander in Chief, NORAD </DD><DT>VCJCS</DT><DD>Vice Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff </DD><DT>VCR</DT><DD>Video Cassette Recorder </DD><DT>VCS</DT><DD>(1) Video Conference Server; (2) VLAN Common Server; (3) Voice Communications Services </DD><DT>VCSA</DT><DD>Vice Chief of Staff, Army </DD><DT>VDL</DT><DD>Video Down Link </DD><DT>VDP</DT><DD>Video Disk Player </DD><DT>VDS</DT><DD>Variable Depth Sonar </DD><DT>VDT</DT><DD>Video Display Terminal </DD><DT>VDU</DT><DD>(1) Video Display Unit (TV Monitor); (2) Video Docking Unit </DD><DT>VDV</DT><DD>Soviet (FSU) Airborne Forces </DD><DT>veh</DT><DD>Vehicle </DD><DT>VERT</DT><DD>Vertical </DD><DT>VF</DT><DD>Voice Frequency </DD><DT>VFR</DT><DD>Visual Flight Rules </DD><DT>VGA</DT><DD>Virtual Graphics Array </DD><DT>VGK</DT><DD>Supreme High Command (FSU) </DD><DT>VGW</DT><DD>Variable-Geometry Wing </DD><DT>VHF</DT><DD>Very High Frequency </DD><DT>VHS</DT><DD>Video Home System </DD><DT>VHSIC</DT><DD>Very High Speed Integrated Circuit </DD><DT>vic</DT><DD>Vicinity </DD><DT>VICE</DT><DD>Voice Interceptor Comprehensive Evaluation </DD><DT>VID</DT><DD>Visual Identification (Canadian) </DD><DT>VIDINT</DT><DD>Video Intelligence </DD><DT>VIDS</DT><DD>Visually Integrated Display System </DD><DT>VIN</DT><DD>Vehicle Identification Number </DD><DT>VIP</DT><DD>(1) Very Important Person; (2) Variable Incentive Payment; (3) Visual Input Processor </DD><DT>VISINT</DT><DD>Visual Intelligence </DD><DT>VISTA</DT><DD>Very Intelligent Surveillance & Target Acquisition </DD><DT>VIXS</DT><DD>Video Information Exchange System </DD><DT>VLAN</DT><DD>Very Local Area Network </DD><DT>VLAR</DT><DD>Vertical Launch and Recovery </DD><DT>VLCC</DT><DD>Very Large Crude Carrier </DD><DT>VLDS</DT><DD>Very Large Data Storage </DD><DT>VLF</DT><DD>Very Low Frequency </DD><DT>VLS</DT><DD>Vertical Launch System </DD><DT>VLSI</DT><DD>Very Large-Scale Integration </DD><DT>VM</DT><DD>Virtual Memory </DD><DT>VMAP</DT><DD>Vector Product Format </DD><DT>VMAQ</DT><DD>Marine Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron </DD><DT>VMFP</DT><DD>Marine Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron </DD><DT>VMO</DT><DD>(1) Marine Observation Squadron; (2) Tactical Operations Squadron </DD><DT>V</DT><DD>Model Advanced Development Model </DD><DT>VMS</DT><DD>Virtual Memory System </DD><DT>VN</DT><DD>Vulnerability Number </DD><DT>VO</DT><DD>Validation Office </DD><DT>V/O</DT><DD>Vertical/Oblique </DD><DT>VOA</DT><DD>Voice of America </DD><DT>VOCOM</DT><DD>Voice Communications </DD><DT>VOD</DT><DD>Vertical On-Board Delivery </DD><DT>VOL</DT><DD>Volume </DD><DT>VOR</DT><DD>Very High Frequency Omnidirectional Range </DD><DT>VORTAC</DT><DD>Collocated VOR and TACAN </DD><DT>VP</DT><DD>(1) Patrol Aircraft (Navy); (2) U.S. Naval Patrol Squadron; (3) Maritime Patrol Squadron </DD><DT>VPCN</DT><DD>Virtual Personal Communications Networking </DD><DT>VPF</DT><DD>Vector Product Format </DD><DT>VPH</DT><DD>Video Phase History </DD><DT>VPK</DT><DD>Military Industrial Commission (FSU) </DD><DT>VPN</DT><DD>Voice Product Net </DD><DT>VQ</DT><DD>U.S. Naval Fleet Air Reconnaissance Squadron </DD><DT>VR</DT><DD>Virtual Reality </DD><DT>VRD</DT><DD>Virtual Retinal Display </DD><DT>VRBM</DT><DD>Variable-Range Ballistic Missile </DD><DT>VRHS</DT><DD>VIDMAR Robotic Hoist System </DD><DT>VRIT</DT><DD>Volume Reduced Imagery Transmission </DD><DT>VSAT</DT><DD>(1) Very Small Aperture Satellite Terminal; (2) Very Small Aperture Terminals </DD><DT>VSO</DT><DD>Vault Security Officer </DD><DT>VSS</DT><DD>VIDMAR STAK System </DD><DT>V/STOL</DT><DD>Vertical/Short Takeoff & Landing </DD><DT>VSWING</DT><DD>Anti-Submarine Wing </DD><DT>VT</DT><DD>(1) Variable Time (Fuse); (2) Video Terminal </DD><DT>VTA</DT><DD>Military Transport Aviation (FSU) </DD><DT>VTB</DT><DD>Video Telebroadcasting </DD><DT>VTC</DT><DD>(1) Video Teleconferencing; (2) Video Telegraph </DD><DT>VTOL</DT><DD>Vertical Takeoff and Landing </DD><DT>VTR</DT><DD>Tracked Recovery Vehicle </DD><DT>VTS</DT><DD>Vandenberg Tracking Station </DD><DT>VTT</DT><DD>Video Teletraining </DD><DT>VULREP</DT><DD>Vulnerability Report </DD><DT>VVS</DT><DD>FSU Air Forces </DD></DL>W

<DL><DT>W</DT><DD>(1) A W prefix to any ship type designates it as subordinated to a quasi-military force; (2) Watt </DD><DT>WABNRES</DT><DD>WWMCCS Airborne Resources </DD><DT>WAC</DT><DD>(1) World Aeronautical Chart; (2) World Area Code </DD><DT>WADS</DT><DD>West Air Defense Sector </DD><DT>WAG</DT><DD>World Area Grid </DD><DT>W-CIOC</DT><DD>Wartime Combined Intelligence Operations Center </DD><DT>WAM</DT><DD>WWMCCS ADP Modernization </DD><DT>WAN</DT><DD>Wide-Area Network </DD><DT>WARC</DT><DD>World Administrative Radio Conference </DD><DT>WARLOG</DT><DD>Wartime Logistics </DD><DT>WARM</DT><DD>Wartime Reserve Mode </DD><DT>WAS</DT><DD>Wide-Area Search </DD><DT>WASAS</DT><DD>Weekly All-Source Algerian Situation Report </DD><DT>WASHFAX</DT><DD>Washington Area Secure Facsimile System </DD><DT>WASP</DT><DD>War Air Service Program </DD><DT>WARSIM</DT><DD>War Simulation </DD><DT>WASS</DT><DD>Wide-Area Surveillance System </DD><DT>WASSO</DT><DD>WWMCCS ADP System Security Officer </DD><DT>WATCHCON</DT><DD>Watch Condition </DD><DT>WATS</DT><DD>Wide Area Telecommunications System </DD><DT>WAWS</DT><DD>Washington Area Wideband System </DD><DT>WB</DT><DD>Wideband </DD><DT>WBIS</DT><DD>Wideband Intercept System </DD><DT>WBMS</DT><DD>Wideband Measurement System </DD><DT>WBST</DT><DD>Wideband Subscriber Terminals </DD><DT>WC</DT><DD>(1) Weather Center; (2) Weapon Control </DD><DT>WCCS</DT><DD>Wing Command and Control System </DD><DT>WCG</DT><DD>Workstation Computer Graphics </DD><DT>WDCS</DT><DD>Weapons Data Correlation System </DD><DT>WE</DT><DD>Weather Element </DD><DT>WEBE</DT><DD>Western European Basic Encyclopedia </DD><DT>WECON</DT><DD>Weather Control </DD><DT>WEFAX</DT><DD>Weather Facsimile </DD><DT>WES</DT><DD>WWMCCS Entry System </DD><DT>WESS</DT><DD>Weather Environmental Support System </DD><DT>WESTLANT</DT><DD>Western Atlantic Area (NATO) </DD><DT>WESTPAC/WPAC</DT><DD>Western Pacific </DD><DT>WESTLCF</DT><DD>WES Teleconferencing System </DD><DT>WETM</DT><DD>Cadre Weather Team </DD><DT>WEU</DT><DD>West European Union </DD><DT>WFC</DT><DD>World Food Council </DD><DT>WFOV</DT><DD>Wide Field of View </DD><DT>WFP</DT><DD>World Food Program </DD><DT>WG</DT><DD>(1) Wing; (2) Working Group </DD><DT>WGS</DT><DD>World Geodetic System </DD><DT>WH</DT><DD>White House </DD><DT>WHCA</DT><DD>White House Communications Agency </DD><DT>WHD</DT><DD>Western Hemisphere Defense </DD><DT>WHO</DT><DD>World Health Organization </DD><DT>WHQ</DT><DD>War Headquarters </DD><DT>WHSR</DT><DD>White House Situation Room </DD><DT>WIA</DT><DD>Wounded in Action </DD><DT>WIC</DT><DD>Worldwide Intelligence Conference </DD><DT>WICP</DT><DD>Wing Initial Communications Package </DD><DT>WICS</DT><DD>Worldwide Intelligence Communications System </DD><DT>WIDARSURV</DT><DD>Wide-Area Surveillance </DD><DT>WIFC</DT><DD>Wallops Island Flight Center </DD><DT>WIG</DT><DD>Wing-in-Ground Effect </DD><DT>WIMS</DT><DD>Warning and Indications Monitoring System </DD><DT>WIN</DT><DD>(1) WWMCCS Intercomputer Network; (2) WWMCCS Interconnected Network </DD><DT>WINCO</DT><DD>Warning Intelligence Non-Commissioned Officer </DD><DT>WINCS</DT><DD>WWMCCS Information Network Communications System </DD><DT>WINE</DT><DD>Warning and Indications in Europe </DD><DT>WINK</DT><DD>Warning in Korea </DD><DT>WINTEX</DT><DD>Winter Exercise </DD><DT>WIP</DT><DD>Weekly Intelligence Production Listing </DD><DT>WIR</DT><DD>Weekly Intelligence Review </DD><DT>WIS</DT><DD>(1) Weekly Intelligence Summary; (2) WWMCCS Information System; (3) Weaponeering Information Sheet </DD><DT>WISE</DT><DD>Warning Indicators System Europe </DD><DT>WISP</DT><DD>(1) Warning Improvement Study Plan; (2) Wartime Information </DD><DT>Security</DT><DD>Program; (3) Worldwide Intelligence Support Program </DD><DT>WISS</DT><DD>WESTCOM Intelligence Support System </DD><DT>WMD</DT><DD>(1) Western Military District; (2) Weapons of Mass Destruction </DD><DT>WMTR</DT><DD>Western Missile Test Range </DD><DT>WN</DT><DD>Warning-Intelligence Sources and Methods Involved </DD><DT>WNA</DT><DD>Would Not Answer </DD><DT>WN/WNINTEL</DT><DD>Warning Notice-Intelligence Sources and Methods Involved </DD><DT>WNY</DT><DD>Washington Navy Yard </DD><DT>WO</DT><DD>(1) Washington Office; (2) Warrant Officer </DD><DT>W/OAP</DT><DD>With Offset Aim Point </DD><DT>WOC</DT><DD>Wing Operations Center </DD><DT>WORM</DT><DD>Write Once/Read Many </DD><DT>WP</DT><DD>(1) Warsaw Pact; (2) Word Processing </DD><DT>WPAC</DT><DD>West PAC </DD><DT>WPC</DT><DD>(1) Warsaw Pact Countries; (2) Word Processing Center; (3) World Peace Council </DD><DT>WPM</DT><DD>Words Per Minute </DD><DT>Wpn</DT><DD>Weapon </DD><DT>WPNS</DT><DD>Weapons </DD><DT>WPNVG</DT><DD>Waterproof Night Vision Goggles </DD><DT>WPRS</DT><DD>War Powers Reporting System </DD><DT>WR</DT><DD>(1) Weapon Radius; (2) Western Range </DD><DT>WRA</DT><DD>Weapon Release Authority </DD><DT>WRM</DT><DD>War Reserve Materiel </DD><DT>WRMS</DT><DD>War Reserve Materiel Stocks </DD><DT>WRNC</DT><DD>Washington National Records Center </DD><DT>WRS</DT><DD>(1) Weapons Recommendation Sheet; (2) War Reserve Stocks </DD><DT>WRSA</DT><DD>War Reserve Stocks for Allies </DD><DT>WRSK</DT><DD>War Readiness Spares Kits </DD><DT>WS</DT><DD>(1) Workstation; (2) Weather Squadron; (3) Weapons School </DD><DT>WSAP</DT><DD>Weapons System Acquisition Program </DD><DT>WSEP</DT><DD>Weapon System Evaluation Program </DD><DT>WSI</DT><DD>Weapons School of Intelligence </DD><DT>WSI/L</DT><DD>War Supporting Industries and Logistics </DD><DT>WSMC</DT><DD>Western Space and Missile Center </DD><DT>WSMR</DT><DD>White Sands Missile Range </DD><DT>WSS</DT><DD>Workfile Support System </DD><DT>WSSIC</DT><DD>Weapon and Space Systems Intelligence Committee </DD><DT>WTM</DT><DD>World Target Mosaic </DD><DT>WTO</DT><DD>Warsaw Treaty Organization </DD><DT>WVRD</DT><DD>World Vision Relief and Development, Inc. </DD><DT>WWABNCP</DT><DD>Worldwide Airborne Command Post </DD><DT>WWCT</DT><DD>Worldwide Color TV </DD><DT>WWDMS</DT><DD>WWMCCS Data Base Management System </DD><DT>WWHFIBSN</DT><DD>Worldwide High Frequency Interlocking Base Station Network </DD><DT>WWIMS</DT><DD>Worldwide Warning Indicator Monitoring System </DD><DT>WWMCCS</DT><DD>Worldwide Military Command and Control System(s) </DD><DT>WWSVCS</DT><DD>Worldwide Secure Voice Conferencing System </DD><DT>WWW</DT><DD>Worldwide Web </DD><DT>WX</DT><DD>Weather </DD><DT>WXFCST</DT><DD>Weather Forecast </DD></DL>X

<DL><DT>XDM/X</DT><DD>Model Experimental Development Model/Exploratory Development: Model </DD><DT>Xfer</DT><DD>Transfer </DD><DT>XIDB</DT><DD>Extended Integrated Database </DD><DT>XMIT</DT><DD>Transmit </DD><DT>XMTR</DT><DD>Transmitter </DD><DT>XO</DT><DD>Executive Officer </DD><DT>XOI</DT><DD>USAFE Director of Intelligence </DD><DT>XOIN</DT><DD>USAFE Combat Operations Division </DD><DT>XOIX</DT><DD>USAFE Plans & Systems Division </DD><DT>XP</DT><DD>Director(ate) of Plans </DD><DT>XRL</DT><DD>X-Ray Laser </DD><DT>XTR</DT><DD>Transmitter </DD><DT>XVIII</DT><DD>ABC XVIII Airborne Corps </DD></DL>Y

<DL><DT>YAG</DT><DD>Yttrium Aluminum Garnet </DD><DT>YAGE</DT><DD>Experimental Service Craft </DD><DT>YAM</DT><DD>Missile Support Craft </DD><DT>YAMM</DT><DD>Missile Support Barge </DD><DT>YC</DT><DD>Open Barge </DD><DT>YCF</DT><DD>Car Barge </DD><DT>YCK</DT><DD>Lighter Open Cargo </DD><DT>YCV</DT><DD>Lighter Aircraft Transport </DD><DT>YD</DT><DD>Floating Crane </DD><DT>YDG</DT><DD>Deperming/Degaussing Barge </DD><DT>YDT</DT><DD>Diving Tender </DD><DT>YE</DT><DD>Ammunition Lighter </DD><DT>YEN</DT><DD>Ammunition Barge </DD><DT>YF</DT><DD>Covered Lighter </DD><DT>YFB</DT><DD>Ferry </DD><DT>YFDB</DT><DD>Large Floating Drydock </DD><DT>YFDL</DT><DD>Small Floating Drydock </DD><DT>YFDM</DT><DD>Medium Floating Drydock </DD><DT>YFL</DT><DD>Launch </DD><DT>YFN</DT><DD>Covered Barge </DD><DT>YFNB</DT><DD>Large Covered Barge </DD><DT>YFND</DT><DD>Drydock Companion Barge </DD><DT>YFP</DT><DD>Floating Power Barge </DD><DT>YFR</DT><DD>Refrigerated Lighter </DD><DT>YFRN</DT><DD>Refrigerated Barge </DD><DT>YFU</DT><DD>Harbor Utility Transport </DD><DT>YG</DT><DD>Garbage Lighter </DD><DT>YGN</DT><DD>Garbage Barge </DD><DT>YGS</DT><DD>Survey Craft </DD><DT>YGT</DT><DD>Target Service Craft </DD><DT>YGTN</DT><DD>Target Barge </DD><DT>YH</DT><DD>Ambulance Craft </DD><DT>YM</DT><DD>Dredge </DD><DT>YMN</DT><DD>Non-Self-Propelled Dredge </DD><DT>YNC</DT><DD>Net Cargo Craft </DD><DT>YNG</DT><DD>Gate Craft </DD><DT>YO</DT><DD>Fuel Lighter </DD><DT>YON</DT><DD>Fuel Barge </DD><DT>YOS</DT><DD>Oil Storage Barge </DD><DT>YOSR</DT><DD>Nuclear Waste Disposal Barge </DD><DT>YOSS</DT><DD>Submersible Oil Storage Barge </DD><DT>YPD</DT><DD>Floating Pile Driver </DD><DT>YPL</DT><DD>Barracks Barge </DD><DT>YPT</DT><DD>Torpedo Retriever </DD><DT>YR</DT><DD>Floating Workshop Barge </DD><DT>yr</DT><DD>Year </DD><DT>YRC</DT><DD>Cable Tender </DD><DT>YRD</DT><DD>Auxiliary Repair Dock </DD><DT>YRG</DT><DD>Tank Cleaning Craft </DD><DT>YRRN</DT><DD>Radiological Repair Barge </DD><DT>YRS</DT><DD>Salvage Craft </DD><DT>YSR</DT><DD>Sludge Removal Craft </DD><DT>YSS</DT><DD>Service Submersible </DD><DT>YTB</DT><DD>Large Harbor Tug </DD><DT>YTL</DT><DD>Small Harbor Tug </DD><DT>YTM</DT><DD>Medium Harbor Tug </DD><DT>YTR</DT><DD>Fireboat </DD><DT>YTS</DT><DD>Sail Training Craft </DD><DT>YVS</DT><DD>Seaplane Service Craft </DD><DT>YW</DT><DD>Water Lighter </DD><DT>YWN</DT><DD>Water Barge </DD><DT>YXR</DT><DD>Hulk or Relic </DD><DT>YXT</DT><DD>Training Craft </DD></DL>Z

<DL><DT>Z</DT><DD>Zulu Time (Greenwich Mean Time) </DD><DT>ZBB</DT><DD>Zero-Based Budget </DD><DT>ZF</DT><DD>Zone of Fire </DD><DT>ZG</DT><DD>Zero Gravity </DD><DT>ZI</DT><DD>Zone of the Interior </DD><DT>ZICON</DT><DD>(1) Zone of the Interior Consumersé─˘ Network; (2) Zone of Interior Communication Network </DD><DT>ZOS</DT><DD>Zone of Separation </DD><DT>ZPU</DT><DD>Soviet (FSU) Antiaircraft Machinegun </DD><DT>ZSU</DT><DD>Soviet (FSU) Self-Propelled Antiaircraft Gun </DD><DT>ZU</DT><DD>Soviet (FSU) Towed Antiaircraft Gun </DD><DT>ZULU</DT><DD>Greenwich Mean Time </DD></DL>


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