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Battle Command Sustainment Support System

Definition/Scope: The Battle Command Sustainment Support System, BCS3, supports the warfighting C2 and battle management process by rapidly processing large volumes of logistical, personnel and medical information. The BCS3 will facilitate quicker, more accurate decision making by providing a more effective means for force-level commanders and CSS commanders to determine the sustainability and supportability of current and planned operations. Qualitative improvements attributed to the BCS3 will be measured by positive assessment by a substantial majority of commanders and their staffs. It is a replacement for the Combat Service Support Control System.



Broader Terms:

Army Battle Command Systems Support Team
Defense logistics system
Force XXI
information systems
Integrated Battle Command Systems

Narrower Terms:

Military DecisionMaking Process

Related Terms:

Combat Service Support Control System

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