The Hawthrone Army Depot is a facility used for storing and destroying demilitarized ammunition and a training site used by the US troops heading overseas.
What does AD stand for?
AD stands for Army Depot
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- Military and Government
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We have 84 other meanings of AD in our Acronym Attic
- Approved Direction
- Approved Document (UK)
- Architectural Design
- Archival Disc (disc storage)
- Archive Device
- Area Defense
- Areal Density
- Armament Division
- Armored Division
Samples in periodicals archive:
99 UC264 Gable, the historian for Seneca County, and Zogg, who is associated with the Seneca Falls Historical Society, trace the history of the Seneca Army Depot in New York, from its origins as farmland confiscated by the Department of War in 1941 through Project Desert Storm and its closing in 2000.
the chief of staff of Anniston Army Depot and a retired Army Chemical Corps officer, discussed other activities that take place at the depot.
Most of that work will be done at the Letterkenny Army Depot, Pa.
The Red River Army Depot heavy expanded-mobility tactical truck (HEMTT) team in Texarkana, Texas, brought home a silver medallion for implementing Lean processes that have resulted in a 75-percent improvement in HEMTT recapitalization cycle time.
The awards presented at the ceremony include: 2008 Lean Six Sigma Non-Gated Project Team Award * Anniston Army Depot * Office of the Assistant Chief of Staff, Installation Management 2008 Lean Six Sigma Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, and Control/Design for Lean Six Sigma Project Team Award * U.
GAO-08-714 July 8, 2008 The five Army depot maintenance activities support combat readiness by providing services to keep Army units operating worldwide.