Administrative control refers to direction or exercise of authority over subordinate or other organizations in respect to administration and support. Also called ADCON.
More from this Section
- Base cluster commander
Base cluster commander— in base defense operations, a senior base commander designated by the joint force commander responsible for coordinating the defense of bases within ...
- Cooperative security location
Cooperative security location is a facility that is located outside the United States and US territories with little or no permanent US presence, maintained with periodic Service ...
- Casualty receiving and treatment ship
In amphibious operations Casualty receiving and treatment ship refers to a ship which is designated to receive, provide treatment for, and transfer casualties.
- Defensive cyberspace operations
Defensive cyberspace operations refers to passive and active cyberspace operations that are intended to preserve the ability to utilize friendly cyberspace capabilities ...
- Carrier control zone
Carrier control zone refers to the airspace within a circular limit that is defined by 5 miles horizontal radius from the carrier, extending upward from the surface to ...
Degaussing is the process whereby a ship’s magnetic field is reduced by the use of electromagnetic coils, permanent magnets, or other means.
Biometrics— the process of recognizing an individual based on measurable anatomical, physiological, and behavioral characteristics.