He was previously Director of Military Operations and Chief of Staff of the Allied Rapid Reaction Corps.
What does ARRC stand for?
ARRC stands for Allied Rapid Reaction Corps (NATO)
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- Arginine-Rich RNA-Binding Domain
- Arginine-Rich RNA Binding Site
- ACE Rapid Reaction Forces (NATO)
- Acquisition Reform Resource Center
- Advanced Robotics Research Center (UK)
- Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Center
- Alaska Railroad Corporation
- Alex Rogers Research and Consulting (Bakersfield, CA)
- Allied Command Europe Rapid Reaction Corps (NATO)
- American Road Racing Championship (Sports Car Club of America)
- Anti-Reproductive-Rights Crimes
- Army Rapid Reaction Corps (Australia)
- Array Acoustic Report (energy production)
- Arrow River Community Center
- Asian Regional Resource Centre for Human Rights Education
- Associate of the Royal Red Cross
- Atmospheric Radar Research Center (University of Oklahoma)
- Australian Resource Research Centre
- Automatic Reorder Restriction Code
Samples in periodicals archive:
Their son Kevin is a Major with the Allied Rapid Reaction Corps (ARRC) currently living in Gloucestershire.
Gen Dannatt said he had been surprised to learn of the decision in 2004 to send British troops to Helmand, even though he was at that time the commander of the Allied Rapid Reaction Corps which was due to be deployed.
The Allied Rapid Reaction Corps is a North Atlantic Treaty Organization assignment, as well as three positions on the unit manning document for U.
Sir Mike Jackson commanded the 3rd Division at the time of the Bosnian and Yugoslavian operations, joining UNPROFOR and then took command of NATO's Allied Rapid Reaction Corps from 1995.
It also describes lessons learned through a tour of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) headquarters and a tour with the NATO Allied Rapid Reaction Corps (ARRC) headquarters.
The programme is subject to financial approval, but Defence Ministers have given provisional approval for the two units and HQ Allied Rapid Reaction Corps to relocate to the UK between 2009 and 2014.
Armed Forces minister Adam Ingram announced yesterday that a full review was being carried out into whether Headquarters Allied Rapid Reaction Corps (HQ ARRC), 1 Signal Brigade and 102 Logistics Brigade could move back to the UK.