During Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) I, he was the S3 and Executive Officer (XO) of 1st Battalion, 12th Field Artillery (1-12 FA), 17th FA Brigade, III Corps Artillery from Fort Sill, Oklahoma.
What does C/A stand for?
C/A stands for Corps Artillery
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- Cadet; followed by abbreviation of rank
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- Change of Address
- Coarse Acquisition (navigation)
- Contract Award
- Corrective Action
- Course Acquisition (US DoD)
- Covert Attack
- Critical Assembly
- Cadet Airman First Class (United States Air Force Auxiliary Civil Air Patrol)
- Cadet Airman Basic
- Communications/Automatic Data Processing Laboratory
- CNS/ATM Focus Team
- Center for Advanced Instructional Media (Yale University School of Medicine)
- Common Type Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia Cell
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The building of fewer recap models would ultimately result in fielding delays and would primarily affect the high priority units of the counterattack corps consisting of the 1st Cavalry Division (1 CAV), the III Corps Artillery, and the 4th Infantry Division (4ID).
The commander of the 18th Airborne Corps Artillery recently submitted a formal request to Army headquarters for a new truck-mounted 155 mm howitzer, claiming that the rowed guns in the current arsenal lack the mobility and range needed for today's conflicts.
In September 1969, III Corps Artillery began training ARVN Artillery batteries in air movement techniques and jungle operations.
Earlier, as a Field Artillery officer, he commanded at all levels, rising to corps artillery commander.
During Operation Iraqi Freedom I, he commanded Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 41st FA Brigade, V Corps Artillery.
The M777E1 and Excalibur combination will be fielded to the Army's Stryker Brigade Combat Teams and the XVIII Airborne Corps Artillery.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] After the decision in 1978 to centralize all Marine Corps Artillery training at Fort Sill, the number of Marines assigned to the detachment more than doubled, and in 1989, in recognition of its true mission, the detachment was redesignated the "Marine Corps Artillery Detachment.