PMCS

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PMCSPMC Sierra (stock symbol)
PMCSPerformance Metrics Collection Subsystem
PMCSPresentation Model Controller State
PMCSPartial Mission-Capable, Supply (US DoD)
PMCSProject Management Control System
PMCSProject Management Construction Services (various organizations)
PMCSPreventive Maintenance Checks & Services
PMCSProfessional Military Comptroller School
PMCSPower Monitoring and Control System (FAA)
PMCSProgram Management Control System
PMCSPower Management and Control System
PMCSProgrammable Modular Communications System
PMCSPackard Motor Car Services (automotive)
PMCSProcess Monitoring and Control System
PMCSParallel-Merged-Cosets Structure
PMCSProject Managers Control System
PMCSSenior Chief Patternmaker (Naval Rating)
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The PMCS consists of four units: optical unit, imaging unit, acquisition and control unit, and data processing unit, as shown in Figure 1(a).
Eckert notes the rapid expansion of PMCs, contrasting the First Gulf War, during which the ratio of contractors to military personnel was one to fifty, with the later U.S.-led Iraq and Afghanistan campaigns, in which PMC contractors outnumbered military members altogether.
PMCs are a unique phenomenon born out of the rise in economic globalisation, the changing transformation in the nature of warfare, organisational changes within the military structure, and the end of the Cold War.
PMC has unveiled high-density storage connectivity support for the Open Compute Project (OCP).
HOW CONTEMPORARY INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAWS HAVE ATTEMPTED TO TACKLE THE EXISTENCE OF PMCS AND "MERCENARISM"
What I suggest is that Guard and Reserve CBRN folks PMCS 1/6 of the masks each month.
PMCs such as Blackwater Worldwide and Kellogg Brown and Root (KB&R) offer a wide array of services that include secu-rity training intelligence and logistics.
PMCs form in a thin layer in summer near 82 km over polar latitudes.
It comes as no surprise that even the cornucopia of PMCs cannot meet every need.
PMCS processes out-of-network claims associated with third party administrators and self-funded employers, which, combined, total more than 3.8 million covered lives, further reducing providers' costs and time delays associated with collecting medical receivables.
Competition for PMCs will come from Apple's eagerly-awaited video iPod.
Indeed, whereas there were fewer than 10 PMCs in the United States two decades ago, today there are more than 30.