TV

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AcronymDefinition
TVTelevision
TVTop View (drafting)
TVTrue Value (Hardware Stores)
TVTransvestite
TVTime Value (photography, finance)
TVTunnel Vision (vision defect)
TVTuvalu (ICANN top level domain)
TVTeamviewer (software)
TVTerminal Velocity
TVTreviso (Veneto, Italy)
TVTerminal Velocity (game)
TVThomasville (Georgia)
TVTow Vehicle
TVTechnical View
TVThe Veronicas (singing twin sister duo)
TVTravessa (Portuguese postal usage)
TVTravel Voucher
TVTrichomonas Vaginalis (sexually transmitted infection)
TVTransport Vehicles
TVTualatin Valley (Oregon)
TVTotal Victory (Ministries, Inc)
TVTest Volume
TVTime Varying
TVTransvaginal
TVTourism Victoria (Australia)
TVTommy Vercetti (GTA: Vice City)
TVTribes: Vengeance (computer game)
TVTurkey Vulture
TVTactical Vehicle (US Army)
TVTraditional Variety
TVTissue Viability
TVTwee Vandaag (Dutch: Two Today)
TVTemplavoila (alternative template engine for TYPO3)
TVThreshold Voltage
TVThrust Vectoring
TVTricuspid Valve
TVThermal Vacuum
TVTe Vaka (Polynesian band)
TVTerminal Value (finance)
TVThoracic Vertebrae
TVTank Vessel
TVTime Variance
TVTerrain Visualization
TVTaquicardia Ventricular (Spanish: Ventricular Tachycardia)
TVTemperature Valve
TVTrigger Value
TVTick Volume (trading markets; stocks, bonds, commodities)
TVTachycardie Ventriculaire
TVTerminal Vertical (Vertical Jump/Training Forum)
TVTechnisch Voorlichting (Dutch: Technical Information)
TVTrapped-Vortex (combustor)
TVTechnique Vétérinaire
TVTurnover Voltage
TVTuberculin Volutin
References in periodicals archive ?
Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) Terrain Visualization Center at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri.
The JGES-APP architecture includes a central hub at TEC with connectivity to field sites (such as the Terrain Visualization Center at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri) and overwatch support for deployed units in theater.
to perform terrain visualization, produce bri efing graphics, conduct mission planning, execute real-time navigation, and calculate datum transformations and coordinate conversions.
Our own observations at NTC indicate an erosion of terrain visualization skills and of confidence in our visualization tools.
In addition to C2PC, V Corps also used a system called Falcon View[TM], which provides two-dimensional (2-D) and three-dimensional (3-D) terrain visualization capabilities.
Army Engineer School Terrain Visualization Center, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri.