AAB

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AcronymDefinition
AABAbove and Beyond (science fiction)
AABAmerican Academy in Berlin (est. 1994; Berlin, Germany)
AABAcid-Alkaline Balance (health)
AABAlumni Association Board (various schools)
AABAssessment Appeals Board (various locations)
AABAdvanced Automotive Batteries (Oregon House, CA)
AABAntifaschistische Aktion Berlin (German: Anti-Fascist Action Berlin; Berlin, Germany)
AABAssociation of Applied Biologists (UK)
AABAll to All Broadcast
AABAustralian Army Band
AABAmerican Association of Bioanalysts
AABArmy Air Base
AABAlbanian Association of Banks (est. 1999)
AABABN Amro Bank
AABAdvertising Association of Baltimore (now American Advertising Federation of Baltimore; Baltimore, MD)
AABAlumni Advisory Board
AABAcademic Advisory Body (India)
AABAccreditation Advisory Board (Hong Kong)
AABAccessibility Advisory Board (Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry)
AABAkita Asahi Broadcasting (Japan)
AABAalborg Boldspilklub (Danish Soccer Club)
AABAll-to-All Broadcast
AABAirport Advisory Board
AABAIDS Action Baltimore (Baltimore, MD)
AABAdvise and Assist Brigade (US DoD)
AABAteliers d'Artistes de Belleville (French: Belgian Association of Antique Dealers; Belgium)
AABAssociates Advisory Board (Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles; Los Angeles, CA)
AABAviano Air Base (Italy)
AABAll About Bikes (magazine)
AABAdministrative Appeals Board
AABAutomatic Alternative Billing
AABAgence Africaine de Biotechnologie (French: African Agency of Biotechnology)
AABAircraft Accident Board
AABAir Assault Brigade (UK)
AABAnti-Aircraft Battery
AABAboriginal Affairs Branch (Canadian Ministry of Forests)
AABAir Assault Badge
AABAssociate of the Association of Bookeepers (UK)
AABAlliance Agricole Belge (Belgian Agricultural Alliance)
AABAdult Antisocial Behavior
AABAsian American Brotherhood
AABAviation Armament Bulletin
AABAuto Answer Back
AABAssociation Autistes Besançon (French: Besancon Autism Association)
AABAsociación de Amigos del Bosque (Association of Friends of the Forest, Guatemala)
AABArmy Aviation Board
AABAdaptive Angle Bias
AABArena e Arsimit Bashkëkohor (Albanian University, Kosova)
AABAssociation Agir Contre le Bégaiement (French: Action Against Stuttering Association)
AABAdaptive Antenna Block
AABAuditory Attentional Blink
AABAcquisition Accession Board
AABAnti-Aircraft Balloon
AABApplication Architecture Blueprint (Sprint)
AABActivities Association of Bermuda (senior citizens)
AABAverage Available Bandwidth
AABArtichoke Advisory Board
References in periodicals archive ?
(6.) Brennan Cook, "Improving Security Force Assistance Capability in the Army's Advise and Assist Brigade," School of Advanced Military Studies, 10 May 2010.
In accordance with FM 3-07.1, Security Force Assistance, it is defined as, "a unified action by the joint, interagency, intergovernmental and multinational community to generate, employ, sustain and assist host nation or regional security forces in support of a legitimate authority." Brigade combat teams (BCTs) deploying to Iraq and Afghanistan with an emphasis on SFA are commonly referred to by a myriad of names such as a modular brigade augmented for security force assistance (MB-SFA), security force assistance brigade (SFAB), brigade combat team-augmented (BCT-A), or advise and assist brigade (AAB).
Berlin--the judge advocate for 1st Brigade, 82nd Airborne Division (Advise and Assist Brigade)--recalled, as a boy, watching a documentary about West Point with his father, and their conversation:
MacLeod, Public Affairs Office, 1st Brigade, 82nd Airborne Division (Advise and Assist Brigade) Multi National Force--West Public Affairs, Camp Victory, Iraq.
In August 2009, the logisticians of the 307th Brigade Support Battalion (BSB), 1st Advise and Assist Brigade, 82d Airborne Division, deployed to Al Anbar province in Iraq to advise and train Iraqi Security Forces logistics units.
But while at NTC, the brigade received word that it would instead be deploying as the proof of principle for the advise and assist brigade (AAB) mission.
The class V section continued to evaluate the stockage objective for the remaining ASAs against the units' combat load requirements as BCTs transitioned to advise and assist brigades. The section's meticulous attention to detail enabled it to predict call-forward requirements so units would not fall below 75 percent of their authorizations for critical ammunition.
The advise and assist brigades (AABs) that have assumed our OE and the rest of Iraq will have less combat power to accomplish the task of providing security to the population of Iraq and protecting the force during RDOF.