ADCON


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ADCON

[′ad‚kän]
(computer science)
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Caption: Rodney Strong's vineyards in the Russian River and Alexander valleys are equipped with Adcon weather stations.
(144) Thus, ADCON includes: resourcing and equipping the force, administration, personnel management, logistics, unit and individual training, mobilization, military discipline, and other readiness functions.
The idea was to vest in this commander ADCON for all the staff agencies, removing force support squadron ADCON of the wing staff.
Processing FLIPLs, like awards, was just as timely through the distant headquarters as it had been though the colocated ADCON brigade.
Administrative control, or ADCON, includes authorities for
Simply put, the commander with administrative authority, either ANG or active duty Air Force, always retains administrative control (ADCON) over his or her members.
In doctrinal terms, these are administrative control (ADCON) responsibilities, even after the assignment of SDDC's capabilities to TRANSCOM, which is a functional combatant command.
The Fighter Associate Program continues to develop the way administrative control (ADCON) issues will be resolved; successfully setting the ADCON framework will be crucial to plans involving even larger scale integration between active-duty and ARC forces.
The biosurgery products include ADCON-L and ADCON-T/N and ADCON Solution, which are proprietary, resorbable, carbohydrate polymer medical devices designed to inhibit scarring and adhesions following surgery.
(KAX002) ALEXANDER ZROST, CEO of ADCON TELEMETRY AG (TLT.FNM), describes the company's business and its background; prospects for the industry, with positive and negative trends; competitive threats; strategic opportunities for the firm including its marketing plans and acquisition potential; management strength and organization; and the financial prospects of the firm looking forward.
INSCOM exercises command relationships in accordance with joint doctrine (2) and exercises administrative control (ADCON) on behalf of the SECARMY.