EAB

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AcronymDefinition
EABEnglish Amiga Board (computer forum)
EABEmerald Ash Borer (insect)
EABElastic Adhesive Bandage
EABExchange-a-Blade (knives)
EABÉcole Active Bilingue (French school)
EABEnterprise Address Book
EABEdit Autoexec Batch File
EABEquilibrio Acido Base (Italian: Acid-Base Balance)
EABEnvironmental Appeals Board (EPA)
EABEngineering Accreditation Board (UK)
EABEurope Arab Bank (various locations)
EABEducational Advisory Board (various organizations)
EABEnvironmental Advisory Board
EABEuropean-American Bank
EABExperimental Analysis of Behavior
EABEducational Activities Board (IEEE)
EABEgyptian American Bank
EABExecutive Advisory Board
EABEntente Astarac-Bigorre (French rugby club)
EABEnquête Annuelle de Branche (French: Annual Survey Branch)
EABEngineering Advisory Board (various locations)
EABEnhanced Anaerobic Bioremediation
EABEthics Advisory Board
EABEnhanced Access Barring (telecommunications)
EABEuropean Advisory Board (various organizations)
EABEmbedded Array Block(s)
EABEppley Administration Building (University of Nebraska at Omaha)
EABEsperanto Association of Britain (aka Esperanto-Asocio de Britio; UK)
EABEsperanto-Asocio de Britio (Esperanto: Esperanto Association of Britain; UK)
EABEmergency Air Breathing
EABÉcole d'Architecture de Bretagne (French: School of Architecture in Brittany)
EABEducation across Borders (Seattle, WA)
EABEnterprise Architecture Board (US NASA)
EABEntente Athlétique Bressane (French athletic club)
EABExaminations Appeals Board (UK education)
EABEastern Asia Commercial Bank
EABExternal Assessments Bureau
EABElective Abortion (also seen as EA)
EABEasy Access Button (keyboard programmable buttons)
EABEchelons Above Brigade
EABÉquipe Acro Beloeil (French: model airplane club; Belgium)
EABEndometrial ablation
EABÉlectricité Automobile Bobinage (French: Automotive Electrical Winding)
EABExclusion Area Boundary
EABEscaliers et Art du Bois (French: Stairs and Wood Art)
EABEntreprise des Associés du Bâtiment (French: Enterprise Associates Building)
EABÉglise Apostolique Belge (French: Belgian Apostolic Church; Belgium)
EABElectricity Advisory Board
EABExperience Account Balance (finance)
EABÉlectricité Automobile Béthunoise (French auto parts company)
EABEmergency Actions Book
EABEpic-Level Attack Bonus (Dungeons and Dragons game)
EABEcosystems Assessment Branch (US EPA)
EABExpeditionary Air Base
EABEstate Affairs Board
EABEuropean Association for Bioindustries
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If the issue is not solved in the near future, Feickert recommended deferring the medical treatment and evacuation AMPV variants, as well as any variants that could fall into the echelons above brigade level.
The collection manager will also need to communicate with the division G-2 collection manager, usually via upper tactical internet systems, to access the division portal to submit echelons above brigade collection requests.
Echelons above brigade (EAB) headquarters became the first target for cuts.
This is the most common employment of an ISB, but it is often operated by echelons above brigade (EAB).
(BCTs) was inadequate and that our echelons above brigade (EAB) were over modularized.
However, the Army struggled with defining a single UE, so it experimented with two echelons above brigade headquarters--a unit of employment X, or UEx, defined as the principal tactical senior headquarters, and unit of employment Y, or UEy, defined as the Army's single operational-level headquarters.
This SMC provides field maintenance and technical assistance to echelons above brigade on an area basis.
The eventual goal places a minimum of one DISMG at each brigade combat team, and multiple DISMGs at echelons above brigade. Reaching that goal requires a combination of careful talent management and a restructured training strategy that focuses on career-long education and development of every MI Soldier.
An additional benefit of using BCS3 was the uniformity in tracking logistics at echelons above brigade. All of the units could share logistics information rapidly and easily because they all sent their LOGSTATs to a central location for processing into the BCS3 system.
Training numerous military occupational specialties within the BSTB and training attached echelons above brigade contributes to the adaptive nature and versatile capabilities of the Sidewinder Team.
Not once during three rotations at JMRC did the observed battalion headquarters request additional collection resources from brigade or echelons above brigade. Technical barriers to successful integration of collection platforms (e.g., no One System Remote Video Terminal) certainly exist, but are manageable.
Do we (the brigade support battalion) have sufficient assets on hand, or will we need support from echelons above brigade?