ADU

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AcronymDefinition
ADUAbu Dhabi University (United Arab Emirates)
ADUAccessory Dwelling Unit (separate living space)
ADUAdamson University (Manila, Philippines)
ADUApplication Data Unit
ADUAmmonium Diuranate
ADUAdvanced Display Unit
ADUAironet Desktop Utility
ADUAnesthesia Delivery Unit (various locations)
ADUAnimal Demography Unit (University of Cape Town; South Africa)
ADUAffordable Dwelling Unit (various locations)
ADUAironet Desktop Utility (Cisco)
ADUAir Defense Unit
ADUAutomatic Dialing Unit
ADUArray Diagnostic Utility (Compaq)
ADUAir Data Unit
ADUAdapter Unit
ADUAverage Daily Usage
ADUAircraft Delivery Unit
ADUAgence de Développement et d'Urbanisme (French: Development and Planning Agency)
ADUAnalog-to-Digital Unit
ADUAutomatic Duplexing Unit
ADUActive Duty Unit
ADUAnti-Doping Unit (International Handball Federation)
ADUAsynchronous Data Unit
ADUAfghan Disabled Union (Taimani Kabul, Afghanistan)
ADUApplication Definition Utility
ADUAzimuth Display Unit
ADUAudience Deficiency Unit (advertising)
ADUAppliance Distributors Unlimited, Inc. (est. 1982)
ADUAuxiliary Display Unit
ADUAntenna Drive Unit
ADUAudio Distribution Unit
ADUAcción Democrática Universitaria (Democratic University Action-Collegiate movement, Guatemala)
ADUARTS Data Unit HWCI
ADUArticle Dashboard University
ADUAngels Dance Upward
ADUAccumulation & Distribution Unit
ADUActivity Driver Unit
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(1) While these figures represent only one fighter wing, they highlight some of the potential problems that may be encountered by other active duty units as they too struggle under an ever increasing workload.
One question was about the National Guard and Reserve Component intelligence readiness and the status of where these components are in relation to Active Duty units. LTG Berrier expressed the need to continually provide the necessary training to the right people.
George believes that an innovative, targeted application of ANG units in long-term engagements can benefit the force as a whole, particularly in areas where active duty units are limited by the rotation of personnel.
The warranty for Active Duty units ends on 1 Sep 15.
The IMA program immediately augments active duty units in time of war or national crisis by assigning reservists to them for training prior to such events.
Much of their work focuses on providing rear area security, especially air defense, for PLA active duty units as well as the civilian population, logistics support, and repair of infrastructure damaged from long-range strikes on China.
We have many of these Guard units are responding very well, from California, Nevada, Utah, Texas, Arizona, Virginia, Vermont, New York have stepped up and said we want to be a part of these new missions and they are taking part in this transformation as well as others, to try and get Guard and Reserve units mixed in more closely with the active duty units on a day-to-day basis doing the missions that are in demand today.
The ITSB will have the same organizational structure and equipment across the entire force, making replacement and transition of active duty units, modules or personnel with United States Army National Guard or United States Army Reserve forces, or vice versa, a reality, reinforcing the phrase "one team, one fight."
For example, during fiscal years 1999 through 2001, the Guard's B-1B units averaged both lower flying-hour costs and higher mission-capable rates than the active duty units, although the gap between active and Guard mission capable rates narrowed in fiscal year 2001.
* Active duty units: To the installation records manager located in the Division of Human Resources (DHR), Administration Services Section in Records Management.
USAR MI forces would backfill their respective war-trace active duty units with individuals, teams, or entire units.
Active duty units see the opportunity to keep their personnel sharp, especially as they prepare to deploy overseas.
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