DCD

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AcronymDefinition
DCDDivision of Community Development (various organizations)
DCDDevelopmental Coordination Disorder
DCDDirector of Corporate Development (various companies)
DCDDirection de la Coopération pour le Développement (French: Directorate of Development Cooperation)
DCDData Carrier Detect
DCDDisease Control Division (various organizations)
DCDDonation After Cardiac Death (organ donation and transplantation)
DCDDepartment of Community Development
DCDDead Can Dance (band)
DCDDrug Control Department (United Arab Emirates)
DCDDubai Civil Defence (United Arab Emirates)
DCDDisorders of Cortical Development
DCDDevelopment Co-operation Directorate (various organizations)
DCDDocument Content Description
DCDDirect Cd
DCDDrivers Cd
DCDData Carrier Detected
DCDDual Core Design
DCDDead Connection Detection (software)
DCDDocument Content Description (W3C, XML)
DCDData Collection Device (US DoD)
DCDDevelopment Communication Division (India)
DCDDécédé (French: Deceased)
DCDDigital Content Distribution (computing)
DCDDuty Cycle Distortion (ANSI)
DCDDynamic Content Delivery
DCDDeseret Chemical Depot (Tooele, Utah)
DCDDirectCD
DCDDirectorate of Combat Developments (now Concepts and Requirements Directorate)
DCDDiversity Career Day (Virginia)
DCDDisk-Caching Disk
DCDDesign Control Document
DCDDef Con Dos (band)
DCDDavis Cemetery District (Davis, CA)
DCDDFAS Corporate Database
DCDDiploma of Company Direction (UK)
DCDDual Currency Deposit (foreign exchange linked structured deposit)
DCDDownstream Channel Descriptor
DCDDocument Content Definition
DCDData Communications Device (Nortel)
DCDDigital Clock Distributor (Telecom Solutions)
DCDDie Cheerleader Die (band)
DCDDepartment of Career Development
DCDDesign and Construction Division
DCDDefense Corporate Database
DCDDevelopmental Cognitive Disorder
DCDDichotomous Coordinate Descent (algorithm)
DCDDefense Communications Division
DCDData Consortium Dictionary
DCDDesign Change Document
DCDDigital Capture Device
DCDDual Command Decoder
DCDDennis Test of Child Development
DCDDesired Completion Date
DCDDual Coil Drive
DCDDefence Construction Canada
DCDDAF (Van Doorne's Automobiel Fabriek) Club Deutschland, eV (German car club)
DCDDischarge Control Desk
DCDDesign Control Drawing
DCDDigital Communications Dispatcher (police)
DCDDESCOM Candidate Depot
DCDDissociated Vertical Divergence
DCDDependability of Component Design
DCDDigital Conference Director
DCDDistributed Change Coverage
DCDDriver's Compass Display (device showing heading, waypoint, distance, and steer-to information)
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The now-defunct Deseret Chemical Depot had the largest stockpile of chemical munitions in the country before it destroyed the last of them in 2012.
The US army's Deseret Chemical Depot burnt its weapons in a 1,500-degree furnace.
Deseret Chemical Depot (DCD) in Tooele, Utah--CMA's most complex site--was selected as the location to begin implementation of the CRISP concept.
More than 3,199 1-ton containers filled with mustard agent were destroyed at Tooele Chemical Agent Disposal Facility, Utah, on 12 March, marking a 50-percent reduction of the mustard-filled containers stored at nearby Deseret Chemical Depot by the Army Chemical Materials Agency.
Tooele Army Depot, Utah, is moving low-demand munitions to former chemical storage sites at nearby Deseret Chemical Depot in order to free storage space at Tooele for high-demand training and warfighting materials.
500 tons of chemical munitions have also been destroyed at Deseret Chemical Depot.
The incinerator now in operation at the Tooele facility -- near the Deseret Chemical depot -- will dispose of 13,616 tons of chemical agents, or approximately 44.
In July, employees at the Deseret Chemical Depot in Tooele County dusted off their contaminated hands and closed the facility's doors after disposing more than 2 million pounds of hazardous waste.
Baronian's involvement in establishing the first full-scale incinerator outside the continental United States (the Johnston Atoll Chemical Agent Disposal System on Johnston Island in the Pacific Ocean) and the first incinerator within the continental United States (the Tooele Chemical Agent Disposal Facility, Deseret Chemical Depot, Utah).
Facilities at Newport Chemical Depot, Indiana, Anniston Army Depot, Alabama, Pine Bluff Arsenal, Arkansas, Deseret Chemical Depot, Utah, and Umatilla Chemical Depot, Oregon, continue operations.