''TACAMO” was a Cold War communications code used by The US Military to represent a system of survivable combat communications in the event of a Nuclear War. It stood for ''Take Charge and Move Out''. It was specifically designed for The SIOP Protocols with The US Air Force Strategic Long Range Bomber initiatives. The Early Warning Command Aircraft (code named ''Looking Glass''), were to enact ''TACAMO” should The National Command Authority be destroyed or damaged beyond being able to maintain control. It was first deployed in 1961. The Protocol of ''TACAMO'' (in part and modernized) is still a component of current US SIOP Systems.