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E G E L L Y DEFENSE AND INTELLIGENCE ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS O C C N E E U G C N A I N T E E E C D G N S I T L E A 1 T L G 9 E E I Joint Military Intelligence College November 1997 DVP-2600-1828-97 DEFENSE AND INTELLIGENCE ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS Occasional Paper Number Two PCN 28034 6 S L T 2 L O N F E I A T Y M N I E R R E A I C S T I A N L E I F M E D T N I O J The Joint Military Intelligence College supports and encourages research on intelligence issues that distills lessons and improves support to policy-level and operational consumers. DEFENSE AND INTELLIGENCE ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS JOINT MILITARY INTELLIGENCE COLLEGE WASHINGTON, DC NOVEMBER 1997 This document has been approved for unrestricted public release by the Office of the Secretary of Defense (Public Affairs) CONTENTS Foreword................................................................................... V Abbreviations and Acronyms.................................................... 1 Codes for Geopolitical Areas.................................................... 230 Geopolitical Areas by Codes...................................................... 239 iii DEFENSE AND INTELLIGENCE ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS Foreword This comprehensive list of intelligence abbreviations and acronyms includes those used presently, as well as those in use for approximately the last ten years. Sources for this list include the last DIA Lexicon published in 1991, numerous glossaries from Unified Command and Combat Support Agency documents, and contributions, from the faculty of the Joint Military Intelligence College. The expansion of any item may vary somewhat from one organization to another, but this list will hopefully contribute to greater standardization. This editor is indebted to kSgt Hannah Reddy (USA) and SSgt Angela Wimbush (USAF) of the College, who spent many hours in collating this list. Debbie Linesberry of the U.S. Special Operations Command collaborated by adding that command’s most frequently used acronyms. 2LT Vincent Littrell (USAF) and SFC Mark McCurry (USA) helped ensure that the list contains as few errors as possible, and the editor extends his thanks for that dedicated assistance. All users are invited to submit additions and corrections. To promote the usefulness of the list, older or superseded acronyms will be discarded only if their retention would create confusion. This list is also published under the JMIC home page on Intelink, where it will be updated regularly. Readers are urged to send new acronyms or abbreviations by mail to: Defense Intelligence Agency, Joint Military Intelligence College, MC Attn: Dr. R. Swenson, Bolling AFB, Washington, DC 20340-5100: by Ingternet to AFswerg@dia.osis.gov, or by Fax to (202) 231-2171. Dr. Russell G. Swenson, Editor and Director, Office of Applied Research V ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS A A2 Air Force Intelligence Staff Officer (component level) AA (1) Attack Assessment; (2) Attrition Analysis; (3) Antiaircraft; (4) Avenue of Approach; (5) Automatic Associator AAA (1) Antiaircraft Artillery; (2) Air Avenue of Approach AAAOB Antiaircraft Artillery Order of Battle AABNCP Advanced Airborne National Command Post AAC Alaskan Air Command AACB Aeronautics and Astronautics Coordinating Board AACE Army Alternate Command and Control Element AACOMS Army Area Communications System AACS Attitude and Antenna Control Subsystem AAD Airborne Assault Division AADC (1) Army Air Defense Command; (2) Area Air Commander AADCCS Area Air Defense Command and Control System AADP Area Air Defense Plan AADS Antiaircraft Defense System AAE Army Acquisition Executive AAF Army Airfield AAFES Army & Air Force Exchange Service AAFIF Automated Air Facilities Information File AAG Army Artillery Group AAI Air-to-Air Intercept AAIFF Air-to-Air Identification Friend or Foe AAM Air-to-Air Missile AAO Analysis of the Area of Operations AAR (1) Active Array Radar; (2) After Action Report AAS Analyst Automation Segment AASLT Air Assault AATS Automated Architecture Tool Suite AAVS Aerospace Audiovisual Service AAW Anti Air Warfare AAWCWarfare Commander AB Air Base AB2 Air Battle Command System (ABCS) Brigade and Below ABC Airborne Corps ABCCC Airborne Battlefield Command and Control Center ABCOMM Alternate/Backup Communications 1 ABCS Army Battle Command System ABIC Army Battlefield Interface Concept ABIT (1) Airborne Imagery Transmission; (2) Airborne Information Transmission Program ABM (1) Antiballistic Missile; (2) Automatic Building Machines ABMA Army Ballistic Missile Agency ABN/Abn Airborne ABNCP (1) Airborne Command Post; (2) Airborne National Command Post ABR Available Bit Rate ABW Air Base Wing AC (1) Air Crew; (2) Active Component; (3) Air Conditioning; (4) Alternating Current A/C Aircraft A2C2 Army Airspace Communications and Control AC-130 AFSOF Spectre Gunship AC2SMAN Alaskan Command and Control System Military Automated Network AC2MP Army Command and Control Master Plan ACA (1) Alternate Command Authority; (2) Airspace Control Authority ACAAM Air Courses of Action Assessment Model ACACS Army Command and Area Communications System ACAT Acquisition Category ACC (1) Access Control Center; (2) Air Control Center; (3) Aviation Component Commander, (4) Air Component Commander, (5) Air Combat Command; (6) Army Component Command ACCB Army Configuration Control Board ACCHAN Allied Command Channel ACCIS Allied Command and Control Information System ACCISS (1) Automated Command and Control Intelligence Support System; (2) Alaskan C2 Intelligence Support System ACCO Army Central Control Office ACCS (1) Airborne Command and Control Squadron; (2) Airborne Command and Control System; (3) Advanced Communications Control System ACDA Arms Control and Disarmament Agency ACDS Advanced Combat Direction system ACDUTRA Active Duty Training ACE (1) Allied Command, Europe; (2) Advance Communications Element; (3) Aviation Combat Element; (4) Analysis Control Element; (5) Assistant Corps of Engineers; (6) Airborne Command Element ACES Automated Command and Control Evaluation System ACEVAL Air Combat Evaluation ACF Alternate Command Facility ACFT Aircraft ACI Airborne Controlled Intercept 2 ACINT Acoustic Intelligence ACIS Arms Control Intelligence Staff ACL Access Control List ACLANT Allied Commander Atlantic ACO (1) Access Control Officer; (2) Airspace Control Officer ACOC (1) Area Communications Operations Center; (2) Air Combat Operations Center ACOM Atlantic Command ACOS Assistant Chief of Staff ACOS/If for Intelligence (Navy) ACOUSTINT Acoustical Intelligence ACP (1) Alternate Command Post; (2) Assault CP; (3) Allied Commu- nications Publications; (4) Airspace Control Plan ACPERS Army Civilian Personnel System ACQ Acquisition ACR (1) Armored Cavalry Regiment; (2) Automated Change Recognition ACS (1) Afloat Correlation System; (2) Aerial Common Sensor; (3) AUTODIN Switching Center; (4) Airborne COMINT System; (5) Assistant Chief of Staff ACS/I Assistant Chief of Staff for Intelligence ACSA Allied Communications Security Agency ACSB Amphibious Contingency Support Briefs ACSC Air Command and Staff College ACSI Assistant Chief of Staff Intelligence, HQ USAF ACT (1) Air Combat Tactics; (2) Advanced Concepts and Technology Program ACTD Advanced Concept Technology Demonstration ACTEDS Army Civilian Training, Education, & Development System ACTS (1) Advanced Communications Technology; (2) Advanced Communications Technology Satellite ACUS (1) Area Common User Systems; (2) Army Common User System ACV (1) Armored Command Vehicle; (2) Air Cushion Vehicle; (3) Armored Combat Vehicle ACW (1) Aircraft Control and Warning; (2) Anticarrier Warfare; (3) Air Control Wing AD (1) Air Defense; (2) Destroyer Tender; (3) Air Division; (4) Artillery Division; (5) Active Duty A/D Analog/Digital ADA Air Defense Artillery ADACP Alcohol & Drug Abuse Control Program ADAPCPAbuse Prevention & Control Program ADAPT Automated Decisionmaking and Program Timeline ADARS Army Defense Acquisition Regulation Supplement ADATS Air Defense Antitank System ADBT Advanced Data Base Technology 3 ADC (1) Aide-de-Camp; (2) Air Direction Center; (3) Assistant Division Commander; (4) Air Data Computer; (5) Air Defense Coordinator ADCAP Advanced Capability ADCC Air Defense Command Center ADCCP Advanced Data Communications Control Procedures ADCOM (1) Aerospace Defense Command (now SPACECOM); (2) Administrative Command ADCON Administrative Control ADCSOPS Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations and Plans ADD (1) Air Defense District; (2) Assistant Deputy Director (DIA) ADDIS Advanced Deployable Digital Imagery System ADDISS Advyable Digital Imagery Support System ADDO Associate Deputy Director of Operations ADDO(MA) Associate Deputy Director of Operations for Military Affairs (DIA) ADDO(MS) Associate Deputy Director of Operations for Military Support (NSA) ADDS Army Data Distribution System ADDU Additional Duty ADE (1) Audio Deception Emitter; (2) Aerial Delivery Equipment ADEW Airborne Directed Energy Weapons ADF Automatic Direction Finding ADFH Air Deployable Forward Headquarters ADG Deperming Ship ADI Air Defense Initiative ADIC Aerospace Defense Intelligence Center ADIEC Army Deployable Imagery Exploitation Capability ADIO Additional Duty Intelligence Officer ADISS Advanced Defense Intelligence Support System ADIZ Air Defense Identification Zone ADL (1) Ada Design Language; (2) Armistice Demarcation Line ADLP Advanced Datalink Protocol ADM (1) Atomic Demolition Munitions; (2) Advanced Development Model; (3) Acquisition Decision Memorandum Admin Administration/Administrative ADN ACE DGZ Number (NATO) ADNET Antidrug Network ADOC Air Defense Operations Center ADP (1) Automated Data Processing; (2) Airborne Data Processing ADP-MIS Automated Data Processing Management Information System 4 ADP-T (1) Automated Data Processing and Associated Telecommunications; (2) Automated Data Processing and Associated Training ADPCM Adaptive Differential Pulse-Code Modulation ADPE Automated Data Processing Equipment ADPS (1) ASARS Deployable Processing Station; (2) Automated Data Processing System ADPSSM Automated Data Processing Systems Security Manual ADPSSO ADP Special Security Officer ADPSSP Automated Data Processing System Security Program ADRG Advanced Digitized Raster Graphics ADRI Arc Digital Raster Imagery ADS (1) Automated Data System; (2) Air Defense Sector; (3) Airlift Defensive System; (4) Acoustic SOF Detection System; (5) Advanced Distributed Simulation ADSS Aerospace Defense Systems Subcommittee ADSTAR Advanced Document Storage & Retrieval System ADSW Active Duty for Special Work ADT (1) Active Duty For Training; (2) Additional Duty Training ADTLP Army Doctrine and Training Literature Program ADTOC Air Defense Tactical Operations Center ADTS Adversary Threat Squadron ADV Advance(d) ADVAL Air Defense Evaluation Test ADVON Advanced Echelon ADW Air Defense Warning ADX Air Defense Exercise ADZ Air Defense Zone AE (1) Atomic Energy; (2) Assault Echelon; (3) Ammunition Ship; (4) Aerial Exploitation; Application Entity AEAO Airborne Emergency Action Officer AEB Aerial Exploitation Battalion AEC ASARS Exploitation Cell AEDS Atomic Energy Detection System AEELS (1) Automatic ELINT Emitter Location System; (2) Airborne ELINT Emitter Location System AEICC Area Emergency Information Coordination Center AEM Missile Tender AEMS Automated Edge Measurement System AEN Arbitrary ELINT Notation AEOS Advanced Electro-Optical Sensor AEROFLOT Former Soviet Union Civil Airline AES (1) Atomic Energy Site; (2) Airborne ELINT System AESC Aerospace Environmental Support Center AETC Air Education and Training Command AETCAE Army Europe Technical Control and Analysis Element AEV Armored Engineer Vehicle 5