DLCPDepartamento de Língua e Cultura Portuguesa (Portuguese: Department of Portuguese Language and Culture)
DLCPDrive-Level Capacitance Profiling (electrochemistry)
DLCPDigital Loudspeaker Correction Platform (digital audio)
DLCPDiversity Leadership Certificate Program
DLCPData Link Change Proposal
DLCPDisneyland College Program
DLCPDemountable Load Carrying Platform
DLCPDistributed Least Congested Path
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The ABCS systems the DLCP uses are the Battle Command Sustainment Support System (BCS3), the Defense Transportation Reporting and Control System (DTRACS), the Blue Force Tracker, the All-Source Analysis System (ASAS), and the Command and Control Personal Computer (C2PC).
The DLCP is composed of cells that provide critical planning and operational tracking using all of the ABCS systems.
The DLCP's C4ISR cell is responsible for the DLCP's battle rhythm.
The C4ISR cell is the integrator of all processes in the DLCR and all DLCP personnel participate.
The synchronization process is scheduled in relation to other DLCP processes in the DLCP battle rhythm.
The regeneration process occurs daily and is synchronized in the battle rhythm of the DLCP.
The military decision making process is accomplished by members of the DLCP battlestaff and participants from the different processes.
The 1st Armored Division DLCP used the BCT mission rehearsal exercises to create a training scenario for command and control of the division's logistics support systems and then integrated those systems to furnish a common operating picture in the C4ISR cell.
By using the command and control systems, the DLCP tracked not only the logistics systems and convoys in the division's battlespace but also the brigades' combat operations and the Red Ball convoys that brought supplies from the posts where the units were stationed to the Hohenfelds Training Area.
The DLCP used the German traffic-monitoring Web site to get the most up-to-date road conditions for all convoys before they left their starting points.