[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] His greatest accomplishment came during the negotiations that resulted in the creation of the Canadian Northwest Atlantic Command.
What does ACOM stand for?
ACOM stands for Atlantic Command (USA)
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- Acoustic Communications (Navy terminology; analog or digital underwater communication usually using modulated acoustic energy)
- Aerospace Communications Wing
Samples in periodicals archive:
Commander, Striking Fleet Atlantic commands a multinational-force whose primary mission is to lead a combined joint task force.
Atlantic Command (USLANTCOM), and the Strategic Air Command (SAC).
But the remodeled Atlantic Command was destined to be a thorn in the side of the services, and it required a strong leader to live up to its mission.
Former Commander of Fleet Forces & Atlantic Command * General J.
Commander in Chief, United States Atlantic Command Air Chf.
Building on Gilbert Tucker's The Naval Service of Canada, published in the late 1940s, and Joseph Schull's The Far Distant Ships, it tells the story of the RCN's long, difficult journey from the outbreak of war in September 1939 to April 1943, when Admiral Leonard Murray assumed responsibility for Canadian Northwest Atlantic Command, the only operational area to be run by a Canadian during the war.
Atlantic Command (CINCLANT), Admiral Wesley McDonald, to divert the USS Independence carrier battle group and Marine Amphibious Readiness Group 1-84 to the Caribbean for possible intervention.