These initiatives, although small, will create significant improvements for Reserve Component units and Soldiers once implemented.
What does RCU stand for?
RCU stands for Reserve Component Unit
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 87 other meanings of RCU in our Acronym Attic
- Refugee Coordination Unit (Nepal)
- Regional Cadet Unit (Australia)
- Regional Coordinating Unit
- Relocatable Code Unit
- Remote Carrier Urban
- Remote Concentrator Unit
- Remote Control Unit
- Remote Converter Unit
- Requisition Control Unit (US Navy)
- Research Coordinating Unit (various organizations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Among the important policies being put in place are those that will enable the Army to reset equipment quickly--within six months for active component units returning from deployment and within 12 months for reserve component units.
Because of this, Reserve component units need LESD's ability to provide training support in the use of JDLM so they can simulate using BCS3 to obtain a logistics common operating picture, commodity tracking capability, and sustainment unit status.
BCST is a training program that operates on standard personal computer systems with Microsoft Windows XP and is applicable to both Active and Reserve Component units, as well as Battle Command Training Centers (BCTCs).
This is really important since we are a Reserve Component Unit and many times need the use of facilities like these when other computer lab environments are closed or not open on the weekends.
In 1970, Secretary Laird first articulated the original concept, which was based on the assumption that lower peacetime sustainment costs of Reserve Component units can result in a larger Total Force for a given budget.
When needed for exercise or wartime deployments, we receive augmentation from our SDDC reserve component units.