MACV

AcronymDefinition
MACVMilitary Assistance Command Vietnam
MACVMinnesota Assistance Council for Veterans (est. 1992; St. Paul, MN)
MACVMine Area Clearance Vehicle
MACVMichigan Association of Concerned Veterans
MACVMinimum Afferent Conduction Velocity
MACVMedical Associates of Central Virginia (Lynchburg, VA)
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High-throughput screening data for neutralizing antibodies against EBOV and MACV glycoprotein pseudotypes in serum samples in study of serologic prevalence of Ebola virus in equatorial Africa.
MACV's goals are unified across the country: maintain and expand population security, in part by deterring North Vietnamese conventional forces; support development and pacification through civic action; and train up the Republic of Vietnam Military Forces.
NKP was a hub for USAF support for the air war in Laos, SAR missions across the theater, and a series of highly demanding special operations infiltration/exfiltration sorties for the Army's MACV, Studies and Observations Group (SOG), a special forces program of behind the lines recce, sabotage, road watch, and other covert functions.
Under CORDS, the MACV commander, General Westmoreland, was given a new civilian deputy who was to be in charge not only of the American civilians in the field, but also of the U.S.
useful only after the onset of an epidemic, no protection for infants, no impact on disease transmission, offering only short-term protection, etc.) associated with the previous vaccines, the World Health Organization in collaboration with other international stakeholders has approved the administration of meningococcal A conjugate vaccine (MACV), which can be used for infants also in the sub-Saharan Africa region.
In-fact, documented evidence is available to suggest that since the introduction of a new meningococcal-A conjugate vaccine (MACV) in the targeted age-group of 1-29 years, the number of cases have declined remarkably in the region [5,6].
(13) Shortly after this massacre of noncombatant civilians, Koster "came to know of at least four irregularities that should have spurred him to call for a fuller investigation and for a report of the results to be made to higher authority" (14) as required by regulations promulgated by the Military Assistance Command, Vietnam (MACV).
He was also chief of staff for the 7th Infantry Division (Light) during Operation Just Cause and served for two and a half years with the Military Assistance Command, Vietnam (MACV) and the 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) in Vietnam.
Lemnitzer, then Chief of Staff, the training actually conducted at MACV was, as late as March, 1960, fundamentally conventional.
These authors point to the United States' ongoing, seemingly at-odds efforts to withdraw from South Vietnam while maintaining a commitment to Vietnamization in the hope of stabilizing Saigon, and the pressures these efforts placed on Washington and the Military Assistance Command, Vietnam (MACV) as the major factors that explain the Cambodian invasion.
The commander of the US Military Assistance Command, Vietnam (MACV) met regularly with the ambassador, but coordination between the military and civilian efforts was frequently lacking, and neither the MACV commander nor the ambassador had full authority over US efforts in the country.
While much has changed since the 1960s when General Vaught recalls learning how to shoot a handgun on her uncle's farm and then (on her tour in Vietnam), finding little comfort in the fact that her only protection was an M-1911 pistol tucked away in the bottom drawer of her desk in case the war zone should reach Military Assistance Command (MACV), South Vietnam, a general resistance to women's presence in the military, particularly on combat missions, is still pervasive.