ABCP

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ABCPAssociate Business Continuity Planner
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ABCPAirborne Command Post
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ABCPAccess-Based Clustering Protocol
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ABCPActivity-Based Computing Protocol
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ABCPAddison, Burrows, Cox and Patrick
ABCPAssured Betagro Chicken Program
ABCPAlternate Battery Command Post (military)
ABCPArmy Bands Career Program (US Army)
ABCPAfter Burner Centrifugal Pump
ABCPAutomated Battalion Command Post
ABCPArgentina, Brazil, Chile and Paraguay
ABCPActivity-Based Costing Principle
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Strategic Command Fact Sheet: E-6B Airborne Command Post (ABNCP)," at [http://www.
The Marine Corps plans to field a lighter, smaller version of the Army's new airborne command post.
A separate section of the cabin is equipped as an airborne command post with a back-projection large-screen display capable of showing the tactical situation to a command staff.
Navy's E-6 mission systems improvements, including, over the past decade, conversion of the entire E-6 fleet to perform missions previously performed by the E-6A Take Charge and Move Out (TACAMO) and EC-135 Airborne Command Post (ABNCP) fleets.
military with Ground and Airborne Command Post Terminals and Single Channel Anti-jam Manportable (SCAMP) terminals.
The VQ-7 / E-6 program has two missions: TACAMO and the Airborne Command Post (ABNCP), both used in support of nuclear deterrence.
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