Assault section chief (two each).
Obstacle section chief.
Engineer equipment (two CEVs, four AVLBs, and two ACEs for
each A&O platoon net).
c. Tactical telephone nets.
division's communication capability.
Under ERI, division engineer
commanders use mobile receivers and transmitters (MSRTs) that allow
full-time access to the system. Engineer staffs near a signal node
have access to the system via hard-wired telephones.
Use of the
(1) Mobile (MSRTs).
Division engineer battalion.
Division engineer company.
(2) Tactical telephone tied to signal node.
Division engineer headquarters rear main.
Division engineer battalion main.
ABE at brigade main.
Division engineer battalion ALOC.
Division engineer company unit trains and TF combat trains in
TF staff engineer (company XO at TF main) and TF main in the
d. Maneuver Control System (MCS).
(1) MCS is a network of computers located from corps to battalion.
internally by the local area network (LAN).
current, accurate, available to all echelons, and received and