TACOM

AcronymDefinition
TACOMTactical Command
TACOMTactical Communications
TACOMTactical Army Command
TACOMTheater Army Command
TACOM[not an acronym] (formerly Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command; US Army)
TACOMTactical Army COM
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After more than 50,000 weapons were checked, TACOM officials discovered the cause of the glitch and halted the inspections, TACOM spokesman R.
In this article, the director for readiness and sustainment for ground combat systems at TACOM's Integrated Logistics Support Center will discuss how TACOM performs materiel management of these critical readiness drivers.
For any other M249 problems, contact TACOM's Andre Pilgrim at DSN 786-1335, (586) 282-1335, or email: andre.v.pilgrim.civ@mail.mil
Ceragon Networks Ltd (Nasdaq:CRNT), a company specialising in wireless backhaul, announced on Tuesday the receipt of orders from LLC Tacom which operates under the brand name Beeline in Tajikistan.
"Case earned this award based on our ability to satisfy all key TACOM criteria," said Pat Hunt, director, Strategic Accounts, Case Construction Equipment.
Army TACOM. The vehicles will be configured with Common Bridge Transporter (CBT) equipment.
Kevin Fahey, the program executive for Program Executive Office--Ground Combat Systems, who also serves as the TACOM LCMC Lean Six Sigma executive deployment advisor, presented both of them with unique coins, provided and personalized by the Department of the Army.
VimpelCom, which has over 50m subscribers, has a 60% interest in TaCom, which holds national GSM-900/1800, UMTS, CDMA 450 and AMPS licences.
UWM and TACOM will reproduce the parts with a lightweight material initially.
TACOM planned to send 24 tear-offs in March to Camp Arifjan, Kuwait.
"TACOM's selection of the SIG Sauer SP2022 demonstrates yet again the high level of confidence our military and federal government have in our firearms," said Peter Kujawski, Sigarms director of military and government sales.
In March 1992, TACOM succeeded in eliminating the domestic source restriction for M60 tank wheels.