tactical air control party

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tactical air control party

A subordinate operational component of a tactical air control system designed to provide air liaison to land forces and for the control of aircraft. Also called TACP.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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The TACP states that: "No covered person shall, directly or indirectly, contrive or attempt to contrive the outcome or any other aspect of any event."
The high serum TACP levels seen preoperatively decreased to normal levels after tumourlremoval.
The JAGIC is created by organizing the ASOC operations crew, division TACP personnel, the Division Fires Support Element, AC2, air and missile defense, and aviation personnel into a single integrated cell within the division Current Operations Integration Cell.
Power-source agnostic; works with batteries and alternative power systems already carried by the soldier, as well as vehicle power Radios (PRC-152, PRC-117, PRC-148, RT-1922, RF-7800S) and peripherals including rangefinders and video down link receivers (MVR-IV, SIR, RF-7800T) Common mapping, CAS and C2/SA applications (FBCB2 JCR-V, TACP CASS, BAO Suite, StrikeLink, Falcon View, PSS-SOF)
They notified Dash 2 and coordinated with the tactical-air-control party (TACP) Marines on deck.
In June 1999, a battalion of the Independent Airborne Brigade (BAI, renamed Rapid Reaction Brigade in 2006), a Special Operations unit and a Tactical Air-Control party (TACP), totalling 319 soldiers, were incorporated in KFOR.
Two US subsidiaries of Toshiba Corporation (Tokyo:6502), Toshiba America Information Systems Inc (TAIS) and Toshiba America Consumer Products, LLC (TACP) yesterday announced that they are to be consolidated into a single operating company in a strategic move to take advantage of the ongoing digital convergence on the US market.
An example of the TACP's impact was recently felt when an Army convoy came under fire from enemy forces and needed close-air support.
As a liaison officer, Call gained the insight and experience necessary to understand the relationships and roles of the subject matter, namely Air Force Tactical Air Control Parties (TACP).
Essentially I'm going to be TACP - Tactical Air Control Party - which is linked in with the RAF and fast jets and supply drops and all these bits and pieces.
"Essentially I'm going to be 'TACP' which is Tactical Air Control Party which is linked in with the RAF and fast jets and supply drops and all these bits and pieces I've still yet to find out all the details of what I'll actually be doing."