command net


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command net

A communications network which connects an echelon of command with some or all of its subordinate echelons for the purpose of command and control.
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A good PACE plan is mission critical, but we typically only get it right for the squadron command net and fires net.
The MPU5s RoIP capability is compatible with PRC-148s, PRC-152s, Tactical Satellite (TACSAT), Fires Net, Public Safety LMRs, or standard walkie-talkies, which means, for example, being able to talk to Command Net, Assault Net, Fires Net, etc.
I carried a rucksack with Advanced System Improvement Program (ASIP) radio set to monitor the squadron's command net, a COM-201B antenna to set up when we established our patrol base, and two extra batteries on top of my food, water, and very little personal gear.
At the prompt, type the command net user administrator/ active:yes, and then press the Enter key.
If an UHF command net was lost, EHF or Iridium satellite phones could be used for secure point-to-point communications.
As an interim fix, 3/82 ABN elected to pass all information within the company and to higher HQ over the command net via FM.
This chat is continuously monitored and acts similar to a radio "command net" to allow for instantaneous information sharing and discussion, further flattening the decision-making process.
If you wish to create a new permanent mapped drive, you can use the command net use x: \\<server name>\\<directory/file name><password>/user:/persistent: yes<RTN>, where x: represents the mapped drive letter.
The ideal operational environment has several nets assigned to the battalion--one command net for each company, and one net per platoon.
One source of Serb information came from "fence watchers" who observed aircraft taking off and cell-phoned the information to their command net. This was apparently a major factor in the downing of the F-117 stealth fighter over Kosovo (see "Shrewd Tactics May Have Downed Stealth Fighter," JED, June 1999, p.
The dimension of the 1993 Hanoi Study was to investigate the supply-related relationships of the portfolio: with their supplier net: with customer net; and with the state command system which was later named the command net (Table VIII).
These estimates from the ground forces were transmitted over the command net and reached the 18th Airborne Corps commander Fearing that the 82nd would have to go into Grenada with more troops than expected to relieve the pressure on the Rangers and fearing that the available airlift would be insufficient, someone in higher headquarters decided to overrule the Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC) commander and ordered the C-130s en route to Fort Stewart to divert to Fort Bragg.