CONARC

AcronymDefinition
CONARCContinental Army Command (US Army)
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The development of the cartridge that eventually became the .223 Remington was linked to the development of a new lightweight combat rifle by Fairchild Industries, Remington Arms and several engineers working toward CONARC'S goal.
Cadre formations and reversed headquarters reductions with a return to CONARC will assist in the growth of a strategic culture.
(50) A number of speakers at the USAWC have denigrated the CONARC template without distinguishing between a necessary, but poorly administered organization, and the model itself.
Army Reserve (USAR) School System and, therefore, they were run on an ad hoc basis at the whim of CONARC. USAINTS provided as much training material and support as possible, and programs of instruction provided by USAINTS closely mirrored or were complemented by the extension courses provided by Holabird.
Haines Jr., commander of the Continental Army Command (CONARC), (5) asserted, "[Military police] must be as clean as a hound's tooth." (6) He added, "This is the part of the burden they carry, but I would hope they carry it proudly." (7) General Haines' office sought a formal code for military police.
The order implementing Trainfire I for CONARC units required that a minimum of 50 KD firing points (to 1,000 yards) per division, or equivalent, be maintained at each major installation.