TRADOC Capability Manager Battle Command
Definition/Scope: The TRADOC Capability Manager Battle Command (TCM-BC) is a subunit of the Combined Arms Center (CAC) - Capability Development Integration Directorate (CDID) (CAC-CDID) located at Fort Leavenworth. It is responsible to: interface with users of Battle Command systems; provide input to refine requirements; software blocking; develop and sustain relationships with PM community. TCM BC will provide central direction and coordinate integration of current Army Battle Command System (ABCS), selected non-ABCS systems, and future systems into an integrated Army capability from Army Service Component Command to Battalion level. In addition to ABCS component integration, TCM BC is the centralized manager for combat development user activities associated with MCS, Command Post of the Future (CPOF), BCCS, Global Command and Control System- Army (GCCS-A), Standardized Integrated Command Post Systems (SICPS), Mounted Battle Command on the Move (MBCOTM), and the Army Airborne Command and Control System (A2C2S). TCM BC will integrate and synchronize all aspects of doctrine, organization, training, materiel, leadership and education, personnel and facilities (DOTMLPF) for those systems and the associated capabilities. The TCM is the user advocate and counterpart to Program Manager (PM) Battle Command. TCM BC also works closely with PM Tactical Radio Communications Systems, PM Warfighter Information Network – Tactical, and PM Network Operations Current Force to accomplish this mission.
Broader Terms:Combined Arms Center-Capability Development Integration Division
Related Terms:Army Airborne Command and Control System