AGR

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AcronymDefinition
AGRAgriculture
AGRAgricultura (Portuguese and Spanish: Agriculture)
AGRAnother Gay Republican
AGRAccounting and Governance Risk
AGRAggregate Growth Rate
AGRAdjusted Gross Revenue
AGRAdvanced Gas-cooled Reactor
AGRAcid Gas Removal (natural gas processing)
AGRAndretti Green Racing (auto-racing team)
AGRActive Guard and Reserve (US DoD)
AGRAssociation of Graduate Recruiters (UK)
AGRAdvanced Graphic Riser
AGRActivités Génératrices de Revenus (French: Income Generating Activities)
AGRAnnual Growth Rate
AGRAsheville Global Report (North Carolina)
AGRAlpha Gamma Rho fraternity
AGRActual Gear Ratio
AGRArchives Générales du Royaume (French; Belgian archival office)
AGRAZ Greyhound Rescue (Tucson, AZ)
AGRRadar Picket Ship
AGRAvant-Garde du Rhin (French athletic federation)
AGRAICC (Aviation Industry CBT (Computer-Based Training) Committee) Guidelines and Recommendations
AGRAnatomy Gifts Registry
AGRAbfallentsorgungs-Gesellschaft Ruhrgebiet GmbH (German: Waste Disposal Company)
AGRAgra, India - Kheria (Airport Code)
AGRAir-to-Ground Ranging
AGRAssociation des Guides du Rwanda
AGRAssume-Guarantee Reasoning
AGRAdaptive Gaussian Representation
AGRAir-Cooled Graphite-Moderated Reactor
AGRAuthorized Government Representative
AGRArmeegruppe (German Army group)
AGRaus.games.roleplay (newsgroup)
AGRAnti-Gas Respirator
AGRAntenna Group Refurbishment
AGRArbitrary Grid Reference (Canada)
AGRAntijam GPS Receiver
AGRAutomatic Generation of Resources
AGRAssociation des Gabonais de Rennes (French: Gabonese Association of Rennes; Rennes, France)
AGRAggregate Router
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Active Guard and Reserve. Active Guard and Reserve (AGR) personnel are reservists who are placed on active duty orders for a period of 180 consecutive days or more for the purpose of "organizing, administering, recruiting, instructing, or training the Reserve components." (12) They may also perform "duties relating to defense against weapons of mass destruction." (13) Although they are serving full-time, AGR personnel are still considered members of the Selected Reserve.
"Our intent is to build strategic transportation and MTMC force integration expertise throughout the Transportation Corps' Active Guard and Reserve population," said Maj.
"They may start out on active duty, then become a traditional Reservist after a few years, then switch over and become an IMA or an ART and then move on to an active Guard and Reserve tour.
(65) In addition to their National Guard staffs, the National Guard brigades each have a cadre of Active Guard and Reserve (AGR) officers and noncommissioned officers to help run day-to-day operations at brigade armories.
We have AGRs (active Guard and Reserve members), people on drill status, IMAs (individual mobilization augmentees), statutory tour individuals, people from the field and the state ANG headquarters, civilian employees, and contractors.