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tactical communications

Definition/Scope: Communications in which information of any kind, especially orders and decisions, are conveyed from one command, person, or place to another within the tactical forces, usually by means of electronic equipment, including communications security equipment, organic to the tactical forces. Note: Tactical communications do not include communication provided to tactical forces by the Defense Communications System (DCS), to nontactical military commands, and to tactical forces by civil organizations

Broader Terms:

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Narrower Terms:

tactical communications systems
tactical digital information links

Related Terms:

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