BCS3

AcronymDefinition
BCS3Battle Command Sustainment and Support System
BCS3Bombardier CC300 (International Civil Aviation Organization aircraft code)
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At D128, ewes within each BCS group (BCS2, BCS2.5, BCS3) were allocated to either pregnancy maintenance feeding (medium) or ad libitum feeding on ryegrass-dominant pastures with <5% white clover for 14 days, until D142, 4 days prior to the expected start of lambing.
Additionally, BCS3 was never able to deliver the capabilities that planners expected from it.
JDLM provided sustainment information to BCS3, and BCS3 then replicated the sustainment information systems in a visual logistics status report format for units to use.
Each nutritional regimen included ewes randomly allocated from each of the three BCS groups; BCS2.0 (Control n = 33, Adlib n = 34), BCS2.5 (Control n = 34, Adlib n = 33) or BCS3.0 (Control n = 33, Adlib n = 33).
To provide select personnel with the requisite training to perform as a sustaimnent DMG with scientific and technical expertise in all aspects of Battle Command Sustaimnent Support System (BCS3) operations to include various interfaces and inter-operations.
One example is how Battle Command Sustainment and Support System (BCS3) chose a laptop for fielding in 2003.
In 12 to 18 months, there should be a common data environment that will have a common portal with single sign-on that will present a common operational picture driven by BCS3 and a Single Mobility System.
Representatives from major transportation systems such as Global Freight Management (GFM), Freight Acquisition Shipping Tool (FAST), Worldwide Port System (WPS), Cargo Movement Operating System (CMOS), Battle Command Sustainment Support System (BCS3), Distribution Standard System (DSS), Integrated Booking System (IBS), and Transportation Coordinators Automated Information for Movement Systems (TC-AIMS) also provided informative demonstrations showcasing each system's capabilities.
To facilitate mission command, the 21st TSC implemented several different systems, including the Battle Command Sustainment Support System (BCS3), Global Combat Support System-Joint (GCSS-Joint), Logistics Functional Area Services (LOGFAS), and Battlefield Information Collection and Exploitation Systems (BICES).
All Army Battle Command Systems are available for training at the MTC--FBCB2, AFATDS, BCS3, DCGS-A and CPOF, to name a few.