January 2005
Sea Power;Jan2005, Vol. 48 Issue 1, p172
The article presents a glossary of the acronyms used in the journal. AAA stands for anti-aircraft artillery. AAAV denotes Advanced Amphibious Assault Vehicle. ABCCC stands for Airborne Battlefield Command and Control Center. ADNS implies Automated Digital Network System. ADUA denotes administrative directory user agent. AFATDS stands for Advanced Field Artillery Tactical Data System. AFCT stands for Armed Forces Classification Test. APAM means Antipersonnel Attack Munition. ARPDD stands for automatic radar periscope detection and discrimination.


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