Byline: LESLEY-ANNE MCKEOWN AN Ulster-born army chaplain has told how he struggles with the memory of how a toddler died in his care after a bomb went off killing two of his cousins.
What does ACHP stand for?
ACHP stands for Army Chaplain
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- Military and Government
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We have 29 other meanings of ACHP in our Acronym Attic
- Advisory Council on Historic Preservation
- Affiliated Community Healthcare Physicians
- African Cultural Heritage Project
- Air Conditioning Heat Pump
- Alaska Concealed Handgun Permit
- Alaska Craftsman Home Program, Inc.
- Alice County Highway Patrol
- Alliance of Community Health Plans
- Alternative and Complementary Health Practices
- Anacostia Congress Heights Partnership
- Association Canadienne d'Hygiène Publique
- Association Canadienne des Hôpitaux Pédiatriques
- Association Contre le Harcèlement Professionnel
- Association of Certified Handyman Professionals (Maitland, FL)
- Association of Certified Hiring Professionals
- Association of Chiron Psychotherapists
- Association of Complimentary Health Practitioners of Zimbabwe
- Atelier de Construction Hydraulique de Picardie (French: Picardy Construction Hydraulics Workshop)
- Atlantic Canada Home Program
- Australian Centre for Health Promotion
Samples in periodicals archive:
Ann follows the experiences of her uncle Donald, an army chaplain who joined the Queen's Royal Regiment and saw action in Egypt at the Second Battle of El Alamein.
In the absence of the Army Chaplain, who was performing duties elsewhere, John was asked to perform the funeral service for his friend and after this he was inspired to write the poem which is recited every year in the Remembrance service.
Aled retired as Senior Army Chaplain Wales in September, having served his last months at Army headquarters in Brecon.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] "As deputy area chaplain I am the lead reserve army chaplain in Western Area, which stretches from Thunder Bay to Vancouver Island," Scott explained in an email.
This moving and unforgettable book focuses on the stories of forty of the state's Vietnam veterans, including an Army chaplain who led services at Khe Sanh but never picked up a weapon; identical twin brothers who were stationed at the same South Vietnam base; a Hmong refugee who, at age 12, fought in the jungles of Laos; two prisoners of war who together spent almost 14 years in captivity; and a Medal of Honor recipient.
An ordained Church of Norway pastor, he was a parish priest in Haram, More Diocese (1988-91), and an army chaplain during his compulsory year of national service (1987-88).