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Hardly any other domain is more occupied by technical terms, specialized terminology, internal jargon, acronyms and abbreviations than the military. Military terminology is rooted in the need of military organizations to have a uniform understanding. A need that is evident in any joint operation, where compatibility of communications systems and operating procedures have to be beyond all dispute. has arranged for you a lookup on military terms offering you clear definitions by some of the most reliable reference works in this field. Whether you belong to a military organization or are just plainly interested in this fascinating terminology, furnishes you with a user-friendly tool to investigate the language of military.

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SIGINT support plans

Plans prepared by the National Security Agency/Central Security Service, in coordination with concerned elements of the United States SIGINT system, which specify how the resources of the system will be aligned in crisis or war to support military operations covered by certain Joint Chiefs of Staff and unified and specified command operation plans. See also signals intelligence.
Source: U.S. Department of Defense, Joint Doctrine Division. ( About )

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