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AADAustralian Antarctic Division (Australia's Antarctic program)
AADAzure Active Directory (Microsoft)
AADAmerican Academy of Dermatology
AADAlmost a Doctor
AADAverage Absolute Deviation
AADAcid-Ash Diet (nutrition)
AADActive Acoustic Device
AADAutodesk Architectural Desktop
AADAdvanced Agile Device
AADAscii Adjust before Division
AADAccess to Archival Database
AADAccess to Archival Databases (US NARA)
AADAdministrative Accompanying Document (various organizations)
AADAviation Accident Database (US NTSB)
AADAccompanying Administrative Document (UK)
AADAutomatic Activation Device
AADAntibiotic-Associated Diarrhea
AADAssistant Area Director (various locations)
AADAmerican Academy of Diplomacy (est. 1983; Washington, DC)
AADAdditional Authenticated Data (WPA-CCMP encryption)
AADAcademic Achievement Division (various locations)
AADArmed and Dangerous (video game)
AADArbeids- og Administrasjonsdepartementet (Norwegian: Ministry of Labour and Government Administration)
AADAdvanced Agility Dog (dog agility title)
AADAnti-Arrhythmic Drugs
AADAdvanced Air Defense (missile intercept system)
AADArgumentation et Analyse du Discours (French: Argumentation and Discourse Analysis)
AADAmerican Annals of the Deaf
AADAssistant Athletic Director
AADArmy Air Defense
AADAir Assault Division
AADAnalog Analog Digital (audio CD recording format, recording/mixing/mastering)
AADAdvanced Academic Degree
AADAdvanced Animal Diagnostics
AADAnnual Aggregate Deductible (insurance)
AADAutomotive Analysis Division (University of Michigan)
AADArea Air Defence
AADAssigned Altitude Deviation
AADAlabama Association of the Deaf
AADAide et Assistance à Domicile (French: Home Help and Support)
AADArchive of Art and Design
AADAnalog Alignment Diskette
AADAssociate Art Director
AADAdvanced Ammunition Depot
AADAuthorized AutoCAD Dealer
AADAutomated Application Development (software development)
AADAngolan Action for Development (Angola)
AADAdmission And Disposition
AADAffirmative Action Division (various local governments)
AADAlpha-Aminoadipic Acid
AADAustin Association of the Deaf (Texas)
AADAttitude Anomaly Detector
AADAmerican Academy of Denturity
AADAlaska Association of the Deaf
AADAppeals Arbitration Division (ICAS)
AADAdvanced Access and Disablement
AADArkansas Association of the Deaf, Inc.
AADAccess Approval Document
AADAutomatic Actuation Device
AADAircraft Armament Division
AADAcronym/Abbreviation Definition
AADAutomatic Adaptive Detection
AADAirborne Assault Division
AADAllowance Appendix Documentation
AADAllgemeiner Anlagedienst
AADAll About Dollars
AADArmoured Amphibious Dozer
AADAtomic Absorption Detector
AADAdvanced Alloy Development
AADArmy Automation Directorate
AADAnalysis & Application Division
AADAdditive Accumulative of Damages
AADAcquisition Activities Division
AADAdvanced Acoustic Decoy
AADAdvanced Alloy Duct (test)
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On 15 February 1963, the Army organized the 11th Air Assault Division at Fort Benning, Georgia, to explore the feasibility of the airmobile concept on the conventional battlefield.
Through many months of intense training, preparation, and growing pains, the 11th Air Assault Division thoroughly tested and experimented with Gavin's airmobile vision.
Using procedures developed during the air assault division test phase at Fort Benning, the 1st Cavalry Division DISCOM began moving ammunition directly from the division's backup support command in Qui Nhon to the FSE (what we call "throughput distribution" today).
These improvements will begin in 31D and 101st Air Assault Division this year.
"We serve with the whole XVIII Airborne Corps, and that includes the 82nd Airborne Division, the 101st Air Assault Division and the 10th Mountain Division.
With the invasion force of 4 x Motorized Rifle and one and a half 'Air Assault Divisions' backed up by large fleet of aircrafts and helicopters, the objective looked doable if not difficult, especially given the inherent tactical mobility of the invading force.
More than 26,000 men and women from Britain's mightiest armoured and air assault divisions will provide a powerful force on the ground.
Advance units of the 82nd Airborne and 101st Air Assault divisions are reported by London newspapers to have arrived at bases in Pakistan near the border with Afghanistan.
So the wise thing to do would be to eliminate the two Army ground light infantry divisions and combine the airborne and air assault divisions (with a third of the resulting force designated for parachute drops).
FM 63-2-1, Division Support Command, Light Infantry, Airborne, and Air Assault Divisions, is the only other FM that addresses the use of an FLE for offensive operations.