The air reserve components are uniquely positioned to answer that call on an as-needed basis with combat-ready, cost-effective Airmen who do not require year-round, full-time pay and benefits.
What does ARC stand for?
ARC stands for Air Reserve Components (US DoD)
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We have 1057 other meanings of ARC in our Acronym Attic
- Agricultural Research Centre
- Agricultural Research Corporation
- Agricultural Research Council (Pretoria, South Africa)
- Agricultural Resources Center (Raleigh, NC)
- Agricultural Resources Committee (Friday Harbor, WA)
- Agriculture Research Center
- Aide au Recrutement des Cadres (French: Recruitment Assistance Frameworks)
- AIDS Related Complex
- AIDS Resource Center
- Air Race Classic (Alva, FL)
- Airborne Radio Communication
- Aircraft Resource Center (online resource center)
- Airline Reporting Corporation
- Airlines Reporting Corporation
- Airworthiness Review Certificate (aircraft inspection)
- Alarm Reporting Control
- Alarm Response Card
- Albany Research Center
- Albany Rowing Center
- Alberta Research Council (Alberta, Canada)
Samples in periodicals archive:
For example, in today's Combat Air Forces, 58 percent of the personnel are Active Duty, while 42 percent are from the Air Reserve Components.
The centers will take on the support of our Air Reserve components and our contracted supply accounts, becoming truly total force logistics organizations.
: Provides personnel support and administration for the air reserve components in support of the Air Force mission.
Hall, commander of the Continental Air Command, the major command having administrative responsibilities over the air reserve components, swore-in the first two ARTs: Master Sgt.
Many of the FTF initiatives implemented since that time have addressed how the Air Force can integrate the higher experience levels of the air reserve components with the higher deployability of the active duty.
The air reserve components are involved in every aspect of the Air Force mission.