Ennis Whitehead, commander of Continental Air Command, warmed to the idea that the program would definitely help establish day-to-day continuity at reserve locations during the weeks that the part-time reserve force was not present for duty.
What does CONAC stand for?
CONAC stands for Continental Air Command
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- Military and Government
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- Center of North America Capital (venture capital; North Dakota)
- Center of North America Coalition for Rural Development (North Dakota, USA)
- City of Norwich Athletic Club (UK)
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- Coordinadora Nacional de Criadores de Alpacas y Llamas del Perú (Spanish: National Coordinator of Breeders of Alpacas and llamas from Peru)
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- Committee on Native American Child Health
- Conseil National des Citoyens et Citoyennes d'Origine Haitienne (French: National Council of Citizens of Haitian Origin; Canada)
- Comisión Nacional Contra el Contrabando (Spanish: National Commission against Smuggling; Guatemala)
- Containment Analysis Code System
- Consejo Nacional Para La Cultura Y Las Artes (México)
- Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología (National Board of Science and Technology; Mexico, Bolivia, Paraguay)
- Consolidated Administration
Samples in periodicals archive:
Hall, commander of the Continental Air Command, the major command having administrative responsibilities over the air reserve components, swore-in the first two ARTs: Master Sgt.
12, 1962 (a Friday), the Tactical Air Command queried the Continental Air Command on how many transport aircraft were available the next morning.