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Appendix B: Acronyms and Abbreviations
Pages 120-122

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... B Acronyms and Abbreviations AEW AIP ALAFS ASW ATD ATP AUV B&V CADAM CAVES CEC CFD C4I CIC CLIDCS CNO COTS CSA CTOL CV DARPA DOD Airborne early warning Air-independent propulsion Advanced Lightweight Affordable Fuselage Structures (program) Antisubmarine warfare Advanced technology demonstration Advanced technology program Autonomous undersea vehicle Blohm and Voss Computer-aided design and manufacturing Conformal acoustic velocity sensing Cooperative engagement capability Computational fluid dynamics Command, control, communications, computing, and intelligence Combat information center Component-level intelligent distributed control systems Chief of Naval Operations Commercial off-the-shelf Common support aircraft Conventional takeoff and landing Aircraft carrier Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Department of Defense 120
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... Integrated power system Infrared Joint Strike Fighter (program) Local area network Amphibious assault ship Local operating network Low probability of intercept Manufacturing technology development program Metal oxide semiconductor-controlled thyristor Microelectromechanical systems Modular isolated deck structure National Aeronautics and Space Administration Naval Air Systems Command Naval Air Warfare Center National Missile Defense New nuclear-powered attack submarine Operations other than war Power electronic building block Research and development Radio frequency Resin transfer molded (spars and fusilage frames)
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... 122 UUV VA VF VLS VP VSTOL VIOL TECHNOLOGY FOR THE U.S. NAVY AND MARINE CORPS · VOLUME 6 Unmanned underwater vehicle Attack squadron Fighter squadron Vertical launch system Patrol squadron Vertical and short takeoff and landing Vertical takeoff and landing

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