FRGS


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AcronymDefinition
FRGSFellow of the Royal Geographical Society
FRGSForges (street type)
FRGSFree Radical-Generating System
FRGSFredericksburg Regional Genealogical Society (est. 1993; Virginia)
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Because of this lack of continuity, battalion leaders must work diligently with deployed leaders, FRGs, and rear detachment commanders.
Recognizing that the FRG leadership is in the best position to accomplish this, FRGs have the explicit mission to: "(1) Act as an extension of the unit in providing official, accurate command information.
FRGs are a part of the military support service network consisting of family members, Sailors and civilians connected to the command.
Patients with more severe disability (FRG1) tended to receive devices more often (13% for FRG1 vs 4%-8% for all other FRGs).
An unfortunate reality is that many Army units only begin to set up their FRGs during this phase of the ARFORGEN cycle.
- A talk by Paul McGreavy MSc FRGS Admission/Enquiries: J Broadbent / Malcolm Butcher 01484 650171 / 606502.
* The authors acknowledge support from the FRGS and Science Fund research grants.
He was a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society (FRGS) and the Royal Anthropologic Institute (FRAI).
(1) Charles Agar Bampfylde FRGS (1856-1918): Sarawak Civil Service, 1875-1903 (except for a spell in North Borneo, 1882-1884).
Leading the semiofficial support organizations are the family support groups (FSGs) and family readiness groups (FRGs).
There are, for instance, Family Readiness Groups (FRGs) which function as support groups for military wives.
With a ratio of 50 percent AC to 50 percent RC in May 2003, it was necessary to form two Family Readiness Groups (FRGs)--one at Fort Hood and ona in Clinton.