She then worked for the Military Assistance Command Vietnam and eventually for the provincial government.
What does MAC stand for?
MAC stands for Military Assistance Command
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We have 1134 other meanings of MAC in our Acronym Attic
- Midwest Archives Conference
- Midwest CHP Application Center
- Migration Authorisation Code (UK DSL)
- Mikuni American Corporation (Northridge, CA)
- Mildura Arts Centre (Australia)
- Milestone Achievement Certificate (UK)
- Military Affairs Council
- Military Aircraft Command
- Military Airlift Command (US Air Force)
- Military Armament Corporation (produced Mac 10&11 SMGs)
- Milk and Cookies
- Milwaukee Athletic Club (Milwaukee, WI)
- Mine Action Center
- Mine-Awareness Campaign
- Mineral Area College (Park Hills, MO)
- Mineralogical Association of Canada (Association Minéralogique du Canada)
- Mines Action Canada
- Minimal Antibiotic Concentration
- Minimum Alveolar Concentration (measure of potency for anesthetics)
- Minimum Annual Commitment
Samples in periodicals archive:
Military Assistance Command, Vietnam (MACV), as a Province Senior Advisor for Kontum Province.
95 Hardcover DS558 Working from recently declassified documents and memoirs, this history of the Military Assistance Command, Vietnam Studies and Observations Group (MACVSOG) chronicles the activities of this secret, multi-service unit, as it conducted key covert operations in Vietnam and Laos and managed insurgent forces of Montangards, and others in US planned actions.
After Command Sergeant Major Wooldridge completed his tenure as the Sergeant Major of the Army, he requested to be stationed in Vietnam, where he was the Command Sergeant Major of the Military Assistance Command.
Initially, targeting information was limited; however, after the operation was approved, additional information became increasingly available from II Field Force and Military Assistance Command sources.
Military Assistance Command, Vietnam, 10 September 1968.
He also served as the Executive Officer, Office of the Chief of Research and Development at the Penagon, followed by a tour in Vietnam from 1971 to 1972 where he served as the Director, Research and Analysis Directorate, Civil Operations and Revolutionary Development Support in the US Military Assistance Command, Vietnam (MACV).
From 1970 to 1971, he served with Ordnance Advisory Division of the United States Military Assistance Command in Vietnam.