NEACPNational Emergency Airborne Command Post
NEACPNew England Association of Chinese Professionals (Westford, MA)
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A former Principal Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering, Gerald Dinneen, met this problem head-on, pointing out that "wc go to the Congress and tell them that our WWMCCS has got to have a SMEWS upgrade, our Fuzzy Sevens have to be replaced by PAVE PAWS, we want to keep our PARCS and DEW in operation, we have to harden the NEACP, and we have to improve our MEECN with more TACAMO and begin planning to replace AFSATCOM with Triple-S--and then we wonder why no one understands," The extent of the problem faced by the uninitiated can begin to be appreciated by considering the following eveerpt from an Air Force document on the implementation of the new acquisition policy, A-109:
Thus, National Emergency Airborne Command Post, NEACP, becomes the "Knee Cap"; the Combat Developments Objective Guide becomes the "Sea Dog"; the Nuclear Weapons Development Guide becomes the "New Dog"; the airborne laser illuminator, ranger, and tracking system becomes "Alley Rats"; and the radar target scatterer becomes the "Rat Scat.