ABG

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ABGArterial Blood Gas (test)
ABGAsian Beach Games
ABGAssociation Bernard Gregory (Paris, France)
ABGAdmission Blood Glucose
ABGAir Bag
ABGAlveolar Bone Graft
ABGAnak Baru Gede (Indonesian: Just Turn to a Teenager)
ABGAsociación Bancaria de Guatemala (Spanish: Banking Association of Guatemala)
ABGAustralian Broadband Guarantee (initiative)
ABGAir Base Group
ABGAds by Google
ABGArtery Bypass Graft
ABGAlpha Beta Gamma (business honor society)
ABGAngkatan Babe Gue (Indonesian: My Father's Generation)
ABGAffiliated Business (Dallas, TX)
ABGAcoustic Bass Guitar
ABGAccess Business Group (Alticor Corporation)
ABGAlumni Board of Governors (various schools)
ABGAirborne Battle Group (US DoD)
ABGArtisan Builders Guild (Denville, NJ)
ABGAeroBase Group (military parts distributor)
ABGArtisan Baked Goods
ABGAnton Bruckner Gymnasium, Straubing (Straubing, Germany)
ABGAntibiogramma (antibiotic essay)
ABGAnjou Bureau Gestion (French: Anjou Office Management)
ABGAccess Border Gateway
ABGAviation Boatswain's Mate
ABGAdams Beverage Group
ABGArtisan Beef Genetics (Harvey, AR)
ABGAir Bursting Grenade
ABGAlaska Botanical Gardens (Anchorage, Alaska)
ABGAmerican Barley Genomic
ABGAfter-Burning Grate
ABGAxiobuccogingival
ABGAviation Boatswain's Mate Gasoline Handler Petty Officer (US Navy rank)
ABGAdventure Board Game (type of RPG)
ABGAsociación Becaria Guatemalteca (Association of Guatemalan Scholarship Holders)
ABGAsociación de Banqueros de Guatemala
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Force Alpha, which was composed of the task force command group and the 1st Airborne Battle Group, 187th Infantry Regiment, received orders to move from Germany to Adana, Turkey.
Since combat did not develop in Lebanon, a second airborne battle group, Force Bravo, and the advance headquarters of ATF 201 never deployed from Germany.
Force Delta, which was the sea echelon of the second airborne battle group, left Germany on 26 July and closed on Beirut between 3 and 5 August.
Army and Marine Corps units continued to man checkpoints and conduct patrols, and the 1st Airborne Battle Group jumped occasionally.
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