NORTHCOM

AcronymDefinition
NORTHCOMUnited States Northern Command (US DoD)
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element-invisibleBusiness ( Article MRec ), pagematch: 1, sectionmatch: 1I asked him what Northcom would do if it doesn't make it to the third spot, considering how tight the race is turning out to be.
As part of this NORTHCOM contract, Tempus will integrate airborne surveillance hardware and software technology into Pilatus PC-12 aircraft that have been a mainstay of the Tempus fleet of aircraft since 2009.
Your missions here at NORAD and NORTHCOM are diverse, and challenges that you and the department face are many.
When NORAD and the newly stood up NORTHCOM moved their main command center to Peterson Air Force Base in 2008, many believed Cheyenne Mountain had closed.
En la actualidad, el sistema de Comandos Combatientes unificados por region se compone de nueve integrantes, de los cuales SOUTHCOM y NORTHCOM resguardan el hemisferio occidental y entre ambos se dividen la region de la Cuenca del Caribe.
Part of it goes directly to the requirements to go ahead and go through the civilian capability and capacity before turning to Title 10 and a request for forces from NORTHCOM.
DOD directive and instruction 3025 series) to reflect current doctrine, terminology, funding policy, practices, and DOD's organizational framework for providing civil support, to include clarifying NORTHCOM and PACOM roles and responsibilities for civil support missions; and establish time frames for completion.
RRK design and development will last until 2012 with implementation schedules for Northcom air-defence systems in 2013.
The 597th TTG is SDDC's Global Surface Transportation Expert focused on NORTHCOM and SOUTHCOM Areas of Responsibility.
The commission also pointed out that making the Guard Chief a senior adviser to the Defense Secretary would "expand access" to the Chief's expertise, particularly with regard to response to domestic emergencies, and would "mitigate the difficulties inherent in the current structure" in which the Guard had to work through Army and Air Force channels to interact with other Pentagon organizations, such as NORTHCOM and Joint Forces Command.
soil today in numerous homeland defense, counter-drug, and civil-support missions under NORTHCOM, but they have only been deployed under martial law ten times since 1957.
In order to shorten response time to authorize the use of a CCMRF in a homeland emergency, the units will report directly to NORTHCOM at Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado.
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