GSAB

(redirected from General Support Aviation Battalion)
AcronymDefinition
GSABGeneral Support Aviation Battalion
GSABGeological Society of America Bulletin
GSABGeneral Services Administration Building (University of British Columbia; Canada)
GSABGraduate Student Advisory Board (various locations)
GSABGreen Space Advisory Board (Rochester Hills, MI)
GSABGraduate Student Association Board (Shippensburg University; Shippensburg, PA)
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Task Force Buffalo-Headhunter, comprising the two units, operated in a combined environment with the 3rd General Support Aviation Battalion, the 25th Aviation Regiment, the 585th Engineer Company, the 81st Brigade Special Troops Battalion, the 2nd Brigade Support Battalion, an Air Force staff weather office, and pararescue jumpers.
Fourteen Connecticut Army National Guard Soldiers assigned to the 1st Battalion, 169th General Support Aviation Battalion, headquartered in Windsor Locks, departed with two Connecticut Army National Guard CH-47F Chinook helicopters, manned by soldiers trained as rotary-wing pilots, helicopter crew members and maintenance personnel.
In the case of E Company, the forward support company (FSC) for the 7th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment (7-101st General Support Aviation Battalion [GSAB]), 159th Combat Aviation Brigade, the rotation was unique.
The team is comprised of seven soldiers from Company B, 2-211th General Support Aviation Battalion (Davenport); one soldier from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 2nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 34th Infantry Division (Boone); one soldier from Detachment 1, Company D, 2-211th General Aviation Support Battalion (Davenport); one soldier from Company C, 2-147th Aviation (Boone); and one soldier from the 671st Troop Command (Johnston).
Wade, a quality assurance noncommissioned officer in Grand Island, Nebraska, and a crew chief and platoon sergeant with Company G, 2-104th General Support Aviation Battalion, Nebraska Army National Guard, in Lincoln, Nebraska, was proud but not surprised.
Carper were amongst the officials planned to be on hand for the send-off of nearly 70 members of the 3-238th General Support Aviation Battalion.
C/1-168 is a General Support Aviation Battalion of the Nevada National Guard.
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