TACOPS


Also found in: Wikipedia.
AcronymDefinition
TACOPSTactical Operations
Copyright 1988-2018 AcronymFinder.com, All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
The TacOps is an enhanced 1911, the "R" designation indicating the gun includes an integral dust cover rail to mount accessory lights or lasers.
In order to help bridge the gap in training for the officers assigned to Aviation intelligence sections the TACOPS course has, since 2010, occasionally and selectively allowed Aviation and MI officers to attend this course (enlisted soldiers are not authorized).
The Army's Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) has never sanctioned TacOps. The 16th Cavalry at Fort Knox obtained a license of TacOpsCav--a militarized version of the commercial game--for free, and unlimited distribution for military training purposes.
The Army's Armor Center, at Fort Knox, Ky., has licensed "TacOps," a commercial clone of "Janus," a noncommercial military simulation, for company and battalion wargaming.
TSSI now has its own name brand (TacOps) for clothing and other gear.
He is currently the TACOPS officer for 1-351 Regiment at Fort Stewart, GA.
The Texas Department of Public Safety's Special Operations Group (SOG) has selected SIG SAUER's .45 Auto 1911 TACOPS as their official sidearm.
In order to conduct SERE-A training, instructors must have completed SERE 102/103 IMI within the past year, completed an Army SERE-C course, and completed either ARPR 202 or the Aviation Mission Survivability Officer (TACOPS) PR course.
The EMARSS strategy includes a total of twenty-four systems which are a mix of new-build EMARSS and transitioned QRC systems including five Constant Hawk systems, three TACOPS systems with LIDAR sensors, and four MARSS with EO/IR and COMINT sensors.
And so if you walk into TACOPS right now you'll find officers and enlisted crew, the force average age today is probably 23 years old.
Our test TACOPS' trigger pull averaged five pounds, 2.24 ounces on a Lyman digital trigger pull gauge from Brownell's.