Army Acquisition Executive, an organizational unit of the Army resulting from the 1989 Army Management Review.
Assistant Secretary of the Army (Research, Development and Acquisition).
Application-specific integrated circuit.
Automatic target cueing and recognition.
Advanced Technology Transition Demonstration, a development approach used by the Army to test the application of new technology.
Board on Army Science and Technology (of the National Research Council).
Systems or applications typically included under command, control, communication, and intelligence (C3I) or under reconnaissance, (intelligence), surveillance, and target acquisition (RISTA or RSTA)
The Army's Concept-Based Requirements System.
Circular error probability.
Civil Reserve Air Fleet.
Chemical, toxin, or biological warfare.
Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.
Data base management system.
U.S. Department of Defense.
Direct random access memory.
Digital signal processing (microprocessor).
Electronic countermeasures and support measures.
Extremely high frequency (radio waves).
Electrothermal chemical (a gun propulsion technology).
High-altitude, long-endurance (aircraft).
High-power directed-energy (devices or weapons).
Hydrogen fluoride/deuterium fluoride (a chemical laser).
Current-generation Army explosive (cyclotetramethylene tetranitramine).
Individual computer-aided instruction.
Identification of friend or foe.
Identification of friend, foe, or neutral.
Integrated High-Performance Turbine Engine Technology (an engine research program).
Integrated Propulsion System (program).
Infrared search and track (system).
Joint Systems Target Acquisition Radar System.
Light detection and ranging.
Low observable (also referred to as "stealth"); can refer to technology, designs, etc., that give the capability of being difficult for an enemy to detect or systems that possess this capability.
low probability of intercept.
Military Satellite Communications (a proposed satellite communications architecture).
Multiple-launch rocket system.
Monolithic microwave integrated circuit.
Million (computing) operations per second.
Office of the Secretary of Defense.
Powder metallurgy for rapidly solidified (alloys).
Prepositioning of materiel configured to unit sets.
Psychological warfare operations.
Research and development.
Reconnaissance, intelligence, surveillance, and target acquisition; the Army also uses RSTA (see C3I/RISTA).
Current-generation Army propellant (cyclotrimethylene trinitramine).
Strategic Defense Initiative.
Strategic Defense Initiative Organization.
Superconducting quantum interference device.
Static random access memory.
Strategic Technologies for the Army.
Theater ballistic missile.
Technology Forecast Assessment.
Technology Management and Development Planning (subcommittee of the STAR study).
U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command.
Unmanned air vehicle.
Unmanned ground vehicle.
Very large-scale integrated circuit.
Vertical takeoff and landing