Most of the functions of the Signal Corps transferred to the US Continental Army Command and to two new commands, the Army Materiel Command and the Combat Developments Command.
What does CONARC stand for?
CONARC stands for Continental Army Command (US Army)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Continuing Appropriation (Philippines)
- Comision Nacional de Pueblos Andinos, Amazonicos y Afroperuanos (National Commission of Andean, Amazonian, and Afro-Peruvian Peoples; Peru)
- Conservacion de la Naturaleza Amazonica del Perú AC (Civil Association for Conservation of the Peruvian Amazon Environment)
- Consejo Nacional de Población (Spanish: National Council of Population; Mexico)
- Consejo Nacional para la Prevenir la Discriminación (México)
- Heroes and Martyrs Confederation of Professional Associations (Nicaragua)
- Coordenação Nacional de Articulação Das Comunidades Negras Rurais Quilombolas (Portuguese: National Coordination of Rural Black Quilombo Communities; Sao Luis, Brazil)
- Commanding Officer's Narrative Report
- Conselho Nacional de Auto-Regulamentação Publicitária (National Advertising Regulatory Council; Brazil)
- Continental Army
- Combined Nuclear And Steam
- Constructora Nacional SA (Guatemala)
- Council of North American Shipping Association
- Comisión Nacional Supervisora de Empresas y Valores (Business and Securities National Supervisory Commission; Peru)
- Construcciones y Asfaltos de Guatemala (Spanish)
- Conference of the Australian Science Teachers Association
- Compañía Nacional de Subsistencias Populares (México)
- Comité National pour l'Aménagement du Territoire Français (French: National Committee for French Territorial Planning)
- Comisión Nacional de las Telecomunicaciones (Spanish: National Telecommunications Commission; Honduras)
- Consejo Nacional de Trabajadores Organisados (Spanish: National Council of Organized Workers, Panama)
Samples in periodicals archive:
commander of the Continental Army Command (CONARC), (5) asserted, "[Military police] must be as clean as a hound's tooth.
In late 1971, headquarters Continental Army Command received permission from the chief of staff of the Army to include women in the drill sergeant program.