In this work we identify active components
(ACs) of Scatter Search .
By the end of May, selected Active component
sustainment brigades will complete mission command adjustments with their aligned divisions, change patches, and receive new unit designations.
Goure countered that a commission would be expensive, and a probable outcome is a report that would suggest cutting out the controversial but cost-saving items, such as the wholesale surrender of Apaches to the active component
"Using the least stringent definition, we observed PTSD rates across Active Component
and National Guard study groups, study time points ranging from 20.7 percent to 30.5 percent, and depression rates ranging from 11.5 percent to 16 percent," the authors write.
of consuming tetrahydro cannabinol (THC), an active component
They found that allspice extract exhibited the strongest suppression of toxin production; eugenol, the active component
in allspice, was found to reduce E.
The BASF SCR catalysts comprise a catalytically active component
coated on a ceramic honeycomb.
As of March 1, 2008, according to DOD, the United States had 159,700 troops stationed in Iraq--134,900 active component
and 24,800 National Guard or Reserves.
NETCOM was the only Army command to accomplish all of its assigned retention objectives in both the Active Component
and Reserve Components categories.
To make the most of expensive and sensitive ingredients in foods as well as pharmaceuticals, it is important that ingredient stability is high and that release of the active component
occurs within a desired profile in the product.
The Army's goal for the Active component
is 1 year deployed to 2 years at home station.
Reservists train alongside the active component
units, forming a partnership that allows each to capitalize on the other's strengths."