It is not clear whether the officers in charge of the fighter component of the two Luftflotten, Generalmajor Kurt-Bertram von Doring and Oberst Werner Junck, both fighter pilots in World War I, were even asked to make a formal contribution to the overall planning.
What does GenMaj stand for?
GenMaj stands for Generalmajor (German Major General)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Geographic Education National Implementation Project (Texas A&M University)
- Genetics Versus Environment In Scleroderma Outcome Study
- General Identification System (computer system for biological identifications)
- Gender Equality National Index for Universities Schools Survey (Gender Public Advocacy Coalition)
- Genericity Interpretation and Uses (Conference)
- Global Expertise Network for Industry Universities and Scholars (Australia)
- Generalized Equivalent Negative Log Likelihood Function
- Generator Locking device (internal sync generator to sync two video signals)
- Generalleutnant (German General Lieutenant)
- Grand Entertainment and Music Inc. (Montreal, Canada)
- Genetically Engineered Neural Network
- Galactic Empire of the New Order (Star Wars)
- Global Entrepreneurs Network Organization (Denver, CO)
- Genetic Epidemiology Network of Arteriopathy
- Global Ecovillage Network Oceania and Asia (est. 1977)
- Genetic Algorithm for Numerical Optimization of Constrained Problems
- Global Earth Navigation and Observation Systems
- General Notice
- Generalized Analysis of Variance System
- Generation Performance Monitoring (Priority-based Control Engineering)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Oberst Habler to Generalmajor Schwanitz: Analyse der politisch operativen Lage unter jugendlichen Personenkreisen, February 21, 1982, BStU, MfS, BV Berlin, Abt.
For the most part, the selections are from the after action reviews and post-war debriefs of Generalmajor Freiherr von Gersdorff (chief of staff, German Seventh Army) although chapters from German Generals Hausser, Fahrmacher, Eberbach and von Luettwitz are included.