More and more organizations advertise education-counseling services for Soldiers at a nominal fee, but officials with the Army Continuing Education System say Soldiers need not pay for those services.
What does ACE stand for?
ACE stands for Army Continuing Education
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- Arlingtonians for a Clean Environment (Arlington, VA)
- ARM Countermeasures Evaluator
- Armored Combat Earthmover, M9
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- Army Center for Excellence
- Army Communities of Excellence (Award program for Army bases)
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- Array Clamp Electronics
- Articulation and Collaboration for Excellence (education)
- Arts Council of England
- Arts for a Complete Education
- Arts, Culture and Education (various locations)
- Arts, Culture and Entertainment (awards; Illinois)
- ASAS Collateral Enclave
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Army continuing education system, completing a master's in adult and higher education from the University of Texas at San Antonio and a bachelor's of general studies from Western Kentucky University.
Previous work assignments include program and fiscal management for the Army Continuing Education System; Appropriation Director for Program 8 (General Personnel Activities), Army Budget Office, Headquarters Department of the Army; Chief of the Financial Management Education and Training Division, CFO Support Directorate, Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller); and past Acting President of the Defense Business Management University.
THE Army Continuing Education System launched the new GoArmyEd portal at www.
With eArmyU, the Army Continuing Education System is able to more efficiently track important metrics such as soldier-student admissions, course enrollments, and student success rates.