GTA

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AcronymDefinition
GTAGrand Theft Auto (video game)
GTAGreater Toronto Area (Canada)
GTAGrand Theft Auto (legal)
GTAGround-to-Air
GTAGoleta (Amtrak station code; Goleta, CA)
GTAGeorgia Technology Authority
GTAGolden Trailer Awards (movie previews)
GTAGoogle Teacher Academy
GTAGraduate Teaching Assistant
GTAGrupo de Trabalho Amazonico (Portugese: Amazon Working Group; Brazil)
GTAGorkha Territorial Administration (India)
GTAGullivers Travel Associates
GTAGo to Assist
GTAGlobal Technology Associates
GTAGauteng Tourism Authority (South Africa)
GTAGeneral Temporary Assistance (UN)
GTAGas Tungsten Arc
GTAGrupo Tecnico Asesor (Galician: Technical Advisory Group)
GTAGroup Training Australia
GTAGlobal Technology Associates, Inc
GTAGraphic Training Aid
GTAGraduate Teaching Assistantship
GTAGarner Ted Armstrong (American evangelist)
GTAGrowth through Agriculture (Montana)
GTAGlobal Trade Associates (various locations)
GTAGermans to America (Glazier/Filby passenger lists)
GTAGolden Torch Awards (National Society of Black Engineers)
GTAGestalt Theory and its Applications (Society for)
GTAGrow the Army (US DoD)
GTAGreensboro Transit Authority
GTAGlobal Trade Atlas (Global Trade Information Services, Inc)
GTAGerman Theater Abroad (est. 1996)
GTAGreenville Transit Authority (South Carolina)
GTAGeneral Terms Agreement
GTAGeorgia Telephone Association
GTAGas Transportation Agreement
GTAGreen Tourism Association (Canada)
GTAGroupware Task Analysis
GTAGawron Turgeon Architects (Scarborough, ME)
GTAGrupo de Teleinformática e Automação (Portugese; Brazil)
GTAGeorgia Turfgrass Association (Commerce, GA)
GTAGraphite Tube Atomizer
GTAGlobal Trustmark Alliance
GTAGalactic Terran Alliance (Freespace game)
GTAGovernment Technical Adviser (UK)
GTAGet That Azzhole (gaming website)
GTAGraduate Teaching Academy
GTAGlobal Title Address
GTAGlorantha Trading Association (science fiction)
GTAGraduate Theory Association (Indiana University School of Music)
GTAGran Tourismo Alleggerita (Alfa Romeo)
GTAGenetic Toxicology Association
GTAGround-Test Accelerator
GTAGeorgia Tennis Association
GTAGeorgia Technology Association
GTAGuess the Author
GTAGrand Trans Am
GTAGeometry through Art
GTAGran Turismo Americano (automotive)
GTAGeorgia Transit Association
GTAGifted and Talented Association
GTAGalena Territory Association
GTAGerman Trance Alliance (band)
GTAGamma Tau Associates, Inc (educational resources)
GTAGas Turbine Alternators
GTAGovernment Transportation Account
GTAGoal-directed Task Analysis
GTAGroupement Technique Accidents (French: Accident Technical Group; insurance classification)
GTAGorham Teachers Association
GTAGovernment Test Acceptance
GTAGround Test Article/Assembly
GTAGuaranteed Traffic Agreement
GTAGrafenwoer Training Area
GTAGroup Training Associates Ltd (UK)
GTAGlobal Test Alliance
GTAGroup Track Assignment
GTAGarrison Training Area
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Captain Glenn Hall, who lives in Barry, took the overall Armed Forces Award for his support to grow the Army Reserve with 157 Welsh Regiment Royal Logistic Corps, based at Maindy Barracks.
Captain Glenn Hall MBE, who lives in Barry, took the overall Armed Forces Award for his support to grow the Army Reserve with 157 Welsh Regiment Royal Logistic Corps, based at Mainday Barracks.
That backlog resulted from an increased demand for officers during the 2007-2013 "Grow the Army" initiative and a bottleneck for billets at the course.
The Chief of the Defence Staff directed the Canadian Army to grow the Army Reserve by 950 within the next two years, and we have divided this allocation amongst various units in Canada.
Even during the "Grow the Army" initiative to support the surge of units for Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom, the number of seats for uniformed officers remained steady.
It provides a robust and efficient solution, built upon existing Army capabilities, to help develop and grow the Army's future tactical network.
The Exelis SideHat provides a robust and efficient solution, built upon existing Army capabilities, to help develop and grow the Army s future tactical network, said Nick Bobay, president of the Exelis Night Vision and Communications Solutions division.
"We currently have approved growth objectives to grow the army to 171,000
Recent major DAR initiatives include projects associated with Army Base Realignment and Closure 2005 actions, the Grow the Army initiative and other DoD growth initiatives.
Our leaders here at Fort Leonard Wood are doing their part to grow the Army and sustain the operational training base.
Lieutenant General Speakes said funding would need to continue "for as long as Soldiers are deployed plus 2 to 3 years." Other important goals include fully equipping units that will aid in homeland security and hazardous response missions stateside, finishing the "Grow the Army" initiative, and funding future force initiatives to turn them into current force realities.
Has "Grow the Army" Reduced the Need for Stop Loss?