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ACGAcademic Competitiveness Grant
ACGAmerican College of Gastroenterology
ACGAssociation for Corporate Growth
ACGAviation Capital Group (Newport Beach, CA)
ACGAmerican Casino Guide (resource)
ACGAdventure Classic Gaming
ACGAdvances in Computer Games (conference)
ACGAdvanced Cybernetics Group
ACGApplication and Content Globalization
ACGAddress Code Generation
ACGAddressed Command Group
ACGAutomatic Code Generation
ACGanti Code Grabbing
ACGAdvanced Composites Group
ACGAll Condition Gear (Nike)
ACGArt Computer Graphics
ACGAmerican College of Greece
ACGAnti-Counterfeiting Group (trade association)
ACGAgir Contre la Guerre (French: Action Against War)
ACGAngle Closure Glaucoma
ACGAmerican Council on Germany
ACGAuriemma Consulting Group
ACGAesthetics and Computation Group (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
ACGAdjusted Clinical Group (formerly Ambulatory Care Group)
ACGAssociated Capsules Group (now ACG Worldwide)
ACGAdvanced Communicator Gold (award; Toastmasters International)
ACGAssociation Canadienne des Géographes (Canadian Association of Geographers)
ACGAssociation Canadienne des Géographes (Canada)
ACGAssociation of Chinese Graduates (University of British Columbia; British Columbia, Canada)
ACGAccess Customer Gateway
ACGAmbulatory Care Group (now Adjusted Clinical Group)
ACGAssociation Canadienne de Gérontologie (Canadian Association on Gerontology)
ACGAffiliation of Christian Geologists
ACGAir Commando Group
ACGAnalytical Consulting Group, Inc. (Ventura, CA)
ACGAir Control Group (USAF)
ACGAchondrogenesis
ACGApplication Consulting Group
ACGAustralian Citrus Growers Inc.
ACGAlice Cooper Group (band)
ACGAngel Consulting Group
ACGAzeri Chirag Gunashli Field (Caspian Sea oil field)
ACGArts Consulting Group
ACGAlumni Consulting Group (Greenwood Village, CO)
ACGAsset Consulting Group
ACGAlternating Current Generator
ACGAutomatic Code Gapping
ACGAssociation Canadienne de Gastroenterologie (Canadian Association of Gastroenterology)
ACGAutomotive Consulting Group
ACGActuarial Consulting Group
ACGAccelerator Globulin
ACGAdvanced Computing Group
ACGAddress Coding Guide
ACGAustralian Consulate General
ACGAbrams Consulting Group
ACGAccess Consulting Group
ACGAndrews Consulting Group
ACGAnswerThink Consulting Group, Inc. (Miami, FL)
ACGAnime, Comics, and Games
ACGAutomatic Call Gapping
ACGAsymptotic Coding Gain
ACGAdvanced Concepts Guide (Citrix)
ACGAutomatic Call Gap
ACGAmphibious Combat Group
ACGAqueous Chemical Growth
ACGAssociation Catalane de Généalogie (French: Catalan Genealogy Association)
ACGArmada Consulting Group (Timonium, MD)
ACGAcademy of Computer Graphics (Delhi, India)
ACGAurora Consulting Group (Aurora, NY)
ACGArea Coordination Group
ACGApplied Computational Geometry
ACGAcorn Computer Group
ACGAppalachian Consulting Group (Cleveland, GA)
ACGApelbaum Consulting Group Pty Ltd (Australia)
ACGAirborne Coordinating Group
ACGAuxiliary Coastguard
ACGAcquisition Coordinating Group
ACGAssignment Coordination Group
ACGAcción Cristiana Guatemalteca (Guatemalan Christian Action Group)
ACGAlliance Consulting Group, Inc
ACGAccess Control Gate (transportation)
ACGAutomatic Contingency Generation
ACGAthens Consulting Group, Inc.
ACGAviation Consulting Group, LLC (Ormond Beach, Florida)
ACGAirline Consulting Group (UK)
ACGAutomobile Club Group (insurance company)
ACGAsheron's Call Guilds (hosting for AC players)
ACGAtlanta Counseling Group
ACGAutomatic Cross Generation
ACGAsia Consultancy Group Pte Ltd.
ACGAutomatic Crosstell Gate
ACGAir Cargo Glider
ACGAllied Command Group
ACGApplegate Consulting Group (Takoma Park, MD)
ACGAchievement Consulting Group, Inc (Saugus, MA)
ACGAscot Consulting Group Ltd (Hong Kong)
ACGAlders Consulting Group
ACGAfshar Consulting Group, Inc.
ACGAmrita Consulting Group
ACGAustralia Climate Group
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By the time he joined Cochran in the 1st Air Commando Group in 1943, he had served as assistant commander of the 75th Fighter Squadron in China and was already a fighter ace (with seven confirmed kills and other probable kills) and had already received the Distinguished Service Cross and Silver Star, among other decorations.
Caption: Opposite: A daring plan became possible when the US 1st Air Commando Group found a way to throw men--plus supplies, weapons, and vehicles--from India over the Himalayas deep into enemy-held Burma.
Caption: Opposite: Before taking to the skies in Operation Thursday--a mission with no guarantee of return--1st Air Commando Group glider pilots take a spirited photo at Lalaghat airstrip in India.
Inset: Wingate's collaboration with Lieutenant Colonels Philip Cochran (right front) and John Alison (center), seen here with a B-25 bomber and 1st Air Commando Group men, had made Operation Thursday a success.
"Please be assured," he told him, "that we will go with your boys any place, any time, anywhere." [9] The 1st Air Commando Group adopted the phrase as its motto and it has been a part of Air Force special operations lore ever since.
On March 29, Cochran's force was formally designated the 1st Air Commando Group, shedding their "provisional" label and enabling them, at last, to get proper logistics support.
Probably the most innovative, most colorful Army Air Forces (AAF) units of World War II were the Air Commando groups, particularly the 1st Air Commandos.
Hap Arnold had intended to form four more Air Commando groups, but as the war accelerated, the concept of long-range penetration supported by Air Commando units was no longer considered a priority Two more groups were formed--the 2d, which joined the 1st in Burma in late 1944, and the 3d, which operated in the Philippines beginning in January 1945.
Edward Young has spent many years attending the reunions of the World War II air commando groups, where he interviewed the veterans, particularly those in the fighter squadrons, and collected photographs.