Definition of United States message text format

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United States message text format

'United States message text format' is an military term. It means '(DOD) A program designed to enhance joint and combined combat effectiveness through standardization of message formats, data elements, and information exchange procedures. Standard message formats with standard information content provides all tactical commanders at the joint interface with a common playing field and a common language. Also called USMTF'.

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