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ACTSAdvanced Communications Technology Satellite
ACTSAccess to Care, Treatment and Support (HIV/AIDS)
ACTSAssociation of Christian Teachers and Schools
ACTSAction of Churches Together in Scotland (UK)
ACTSAfrican Centre for Technology Studies
ACTSAdvanced Communication Technology Satellite
ACTSAutomated Computer Time Server
ACTSAdvanced Communications Technologies and Services
ACTSAdvanced CompuTational Software
ACTSAction for Community Service Society (India)
ACTSAutomated Computer Time Service
ACTSAir Corps Tactical School
ACTSAdoration Confession Thanksgiving Supplication (prayer guideline)
ACTSAssociation of Chicago Theological Schools (Illinois)
ACTSAir Combat Training System
ACTSAdvisory Committee on Toxic Substances
ACTSAdvanced Communications Technologies Services
ACTSAdvanced Clinical Trial Solutions
ACTSAnnual Caribbean Tourism Summit
ACTSAutomated Coin Toll Service
ACTSAutomated Case Tracking System
ACTSAdvanced Crew Transportation System (Russian Soyuz spacecraft model)
ACTSAlcohol Chemical Treatment Series
ACTSActivating Children's Thinking Skills
ACTSAmazon Conservatory for Tropical Studies
ACTSAegis Combat Training System
ACTSAsbestos Contractor Tracking System
ACTSAutomatic Coin Telephone Service
ACTSAssociation of Cambridge Theatre Societies (UK)
ACTSAdoration, Contrition, Thanksgiving, Supplication
ACTSAutomatic Coin Telephone System
ACTSAdoration Community Theology Service
ACTSAbundant Care Training Services (Detroit, MI)
ACTSAmerican Council for Trade in Services
ACTSAmerican Coalition for Traffic Safety, Inc.
ACTSArmy Compliance Tracking System
ACTSAppeals Case Tracking System
ACTSAcoustic Control and Telemetry System
ACTSAdvanced Civil Transport Simulator
ACTSAgency Check Tracking System
ACTSAdaptive Computerized Training System
ACTSAboriginal Christian Training Services (Tweed Heads, New South Wales, Australia)
ACTSAssociation of Competitive Telecommunications Suppliers (Canada)
ACTSAll-Channel Television Society
ACTSAutomated Compatibility Test System (CTL/GSFC/NASA)
ACTSAttorney-Client Trust Scale
ACTSAutomatic Computer Telex Service
ACTSAssociation of Cable Television Suppliers
ACTSAccountability, Controllability, and Traceability System
ACTSAutomated Circuit Test System
ACTSAutomated COSAL Tracking System
ACTSAdventists Commissioned to Train Servants for Christ (Canada)
ACTSAutomated Communications Test System
ACTSAutomated Communication Telemanagement System
ACTSAdjustable Convertible Trust Security
ACTSAutomatic Cloud Tracking System
ACTSAdvanced Extremely-High-Frequency COMSEC/TRANSEC System (NSA)
ACTSAssociation pour les Cardio-Transplantés de Strasbourg
ACTSAssociation of Clerical Technical Staffs
ACTSAutomated Configuration Tracking System
ACTSAssignment/Correspondence Tracking System
ACTSAutomated CDRL and Tracking System
ACTSAffimex Customs and Trade Services (Canada)
ACTSApache Crew Trainer System
ACTSAutomated Centralized Telemanagement System
ACTSAmerican Countryside Tourism Strategies
ACTSAcquisition Control & Tracking System
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He had been one of the strategists at the Air Corps Tactical School at Maxwell in the 1930s, and he was determined to prove against Japan that precision bombing of specific targets by day would work.
Later in the interwar period, the Air Corps Tactical School (ACTS) built Gorrell's framework into its doctrine.
Finney, History of the Air Corps Tactical School, 1920-1940 (Maxwell AFB, Ala.: Air University, 1955), 31.
Faber, "Interwar US Army Aviation and the Air Corps Tactical School: Incubators of American Airpower," in The Paths of Heaven, ed.
Air generals have trumpeted the Air Command and Staff College as the "Cathedral of Air Power." And each school at Air University has vied to claim the proud heritage of the Air Corps Tactical School as their own, even though the Tactical School was always more concerned with air combat than with general war, and today would be as analogous to the Weapons School at Nellis Air Force Base as any school at Air University.
West, Warden and the Air Corps Tactical School: Deja Vu?
Billy Mitchell, in the Air Corps Tactical School, translated that same concept to air power.
This pattern could be recognized when the strategic flame was relighted at the Air Corps Tactical School in the 1930s and in the Strategic Air Command (SAC) in the 1950s.
Born at Field Creek in central Texas (April 13, 1896); graduated from Southeastern State Teachers College, Oklahoma, and commissioned in the army at the outbreak of war (1917); transferred to the aviation section (November), became a pilot (September 1918), and served in the Philippines for three years (1919-1922); served in the office of the chief of the Air Service (1924-1926), was one of the pilots in a Pan-American Flight goodwill tour (1926-1927); received a journalism degree from the University of Southern California (1933); and was promoted to major (1935); graduated from the Air Corps Tactical School (1936) and the Command and General Staff School (1937); made the first transcontinental flight purely on instruments, and published This Flying Game with Gen.
In the early thirties the Air Corps Tactical School came to be dominated by men of that stamp.