DCCP


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Related to DCCP: RSVP, DCCB, DCPP, SCTP
AcronymDefinition
DCCPDatagram Congestion Control Protocol
DCCPDrug Control and Crime Prevention (UN office)
DCCPDisaster Casualty Control Plan
DCCPDump Condenser Coolant Pump
DCCPDisposal of Contaminated/Classified Property (form)
DCCPDigital Computer Control Panel
DCCPDisplay Control Computer Program
DCCPDiscarded Commercial Chemical Product
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The RDMI Project Charter specifies areas for improvement within the DCCP.
However, a considerable number of noncombatants and displaced civilians were being brought to the DCCP, creating yet another challenge.
Key tasks included supporting breach and berm-crossing operations, establishing forward collection points (FCPs) along the battlespace, establishing multiple DCCPs, conducting route signing for the march north, and performing convoy security operations.
Establish local security to protect the persons operating the DCCP, the occupants, and friendly troops adjacent to it or passing by.
When the search is over, the driver and the searchers together move the vehicle or livestock cart to the vehicle hold area in accordance with the model DCCP layout (Figure 3).
If a female searcher is not at the DCCP but is close enough to get there in a reasonable time, defer these searches until she arrives; set the people aside until then so that they are not a potential danger to others.
This part of operating a deliberate DCCP may be deferred for a while, but a full waiver is not advisable, as a general practice.
Normally, you may detain anyone who is causing a problem at the DCCP.
Consistent with orders, take control of all items that may cause harm to your team, to any friendly forces passing the DCCP, or to the occupants of the DCCP-or items that noncombatants are not to have according to U.