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The first GCSS--Army Wave 2 working level integrated product team meetings with major Army commands were held recently.
Appendices include information on divisions, major army commands, campaigns, vehicle markings, abbreviations, and other details.
Implemented the transfer of air traffic control mission from information systems, command to the major Army commands in 1987.
As a result, on 17 September 1971, CID was established as a major Army command and an independent investigative agency designed to be free of command influence at all levels.
From the time a call was received, we had 24 hours to task the Major Army Command responsible for resolving the problem.
Under the new Army reorganization, instead of reporting directly to Department of the Army as a Major Army Command (MACOM), SDDC will now report to Army Materiel Command as one of their MSCs for administrative purposes.
The exception to policy for release from a life cycle unit is approved by the major Army command (MACOM) commander of the unit of assignment.
It is the only correctional unit ever to have its supply section recognized as the best among all units within a major Army command.