LPD

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AcronymDefinition
LPDLine Printer Daemon (protocol)
LPDAmphibious Transport Dock (US Navy ship designation)
LPDLow Probability of Detection
LPDAssault Ship (Royal Navy ship designation)
LPDLaser Phosphor Display (Prysm, Inc.)
LPDLine Printer Daemon
LPDLake Placid (Amtrak station code; Lake Placid, NY)
LPDLegendary Pink Dots (band)
LPDLanding Platform Dock
LPDLafayette Police Department (USA)
LPDLoss Prevention Department (various companies)
LPDLighting Power Density (commercial lighting regulation)
LPDLincoln Police Department (Lincoln, Nebraska)
LPDLymphoproliferative Disease
LPDLow Power Device
LPDLow-Protein Diet
LPDLitres Per Day (water treatment system output)
LPDLean Product Development (Six Sigma methodology)
LPDLanding Point Designator (US NASA)
LPDLiquid Phase Deposition
LPDLuteal Phase Deficiency
LPDLakewood Police Department (USA)
LPDLansing Police Department
LPDLow-Pressure Dryer
LPDLow-Power Design (Workshop/Conference)
LPDLubbock Police Department (Texas)
LPDLaredo Police Department (Texas)
LPDLouisville Police Department (Kentucky)
LPDLexington Police Department (Kentucky)
LPDLink Process Definition
LPDLight Point Defect
LPDLynchburg Police Department (Lynchburg, VA, USA)
LPDLog Periodic Dipole
LPDLoyalty, Pride, Dedication (high school football team slogan; Griffith, IN)
LPDLiberal Progressive Democrat (politics)
LPDLondon Police Department
LPDLive Product Demonstration
LPDLocal Project Database (various organizations)
LPDLicense Provider Device
LPDLynnwood Police Department (Lynnwood, WA, USA)
LPDLanding Transport, Dock
LPDLeesburg Police Department (Virginia, USA)
LPDLockport Police Department (Louisiana)
LPDLivonia Police Department (Michigan)
LPDLogansport Police Department (Indiana)
LPDLicensed Private Detective
LPDLynden Police Department (Washington)
LPDLeader Professional Development
LPDLow-Pressure steam Drain
LPDLow-Performance Drone
LPDLocally Popular Deity
LPDLocking Plexiglas Door
LPDLinear/Local Power Density
LPDLead Pipe Deformation
LPDLast Point of Departure (aviation security)
LPDLaunch Platform Detected
LPDLightning Prevention Device
LPDLocation Probability Distribution
LPDChief of the Logistics Planning Division (J4) (JCS)
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Each leader professional development briefing is transcribed, along with the unit's briefing slides, into an R-CAAT series for CALL to distribute to an Army-wide audience.
The main vehicle for this LOE is Instructor's University, our monthly leader professional development program that brings instructors from within and outside the battalion to train and educate our cadre on various topics.
Leader professional development sessions should include not only the basic tenets of Army leadership; for sustainers, they should also include the sustainment core competencies outlined in the Sustainment Leader Development Implementation Plan.
Because Soldiers actually receive very little formal training on these topics immediately before beginning work in the training battalion, our Leader Professional Development sessions focus on these critical areas.
Weapons sustainment training is the combat standard, but a dedicated leader professional development program is just as important to ensuring the future success of the Armor Corps.
For each Ordnance BOLC class, several military occupational specialty 890A (ammunition warrant officer) Soldiers from the Technical Logistics College conduct a leader professional development (LPD) session on the relationship between warrant officers and platoon leaders.
Because of our hectic operating tempo, we were surprised when, in September, we received an operation order telling us about an upcoming 2-day leader professional development event that the 1st Armored Division DISCOM Commander, Colonel Guy C.