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RADRapid Application Development (software development)
RADReactive Airway Disease (asthma)
RADRadiate/Radiation
RADRadio
RADRoyal Academy of Dance
RADRational Application Developer (IBM)
RADRadius
RADReactive Attachment Disorder (sometimes found in abused and/or adopted children)
RADRape Aggression Defense
RADRadical (mathematics)
RADResearch and Development
RADRadial (street suffix)
RADRadians (measure of angle)
RADRetiree Appreciation Day (US DoD)
RADResearch and Academic Development (various schools)
RADReported for Active Duty (US DoD)
RADReligious Affairs Directorate (Turkey)
RADRussian Analytical Digest (publication)
RADRespiratory Assist Device (medical)
RADRadiation Absorbed Dose
RADReichsarbeitsdienst (Labor Service of the German Third Reich)
RADReservists on Active Duty (US DoD)
RADRemote Access Dialer
RADRemote Access Device
RADRapid Application Development
RADRadian
RADRouter Advertisement Defined
RADRational Application Developer
RADReturn All Data
RADResearch and Analysis Division (various locations)
RADRoyal Association for Deaf People (UK)
RADRobot Alchemic Drive (video game)
RADRules for Archival Description (Canadian rules for organisation of archives)
RADResource Allocation Decision (various locations)
RADRopeadope (records and radio)
RADRight Axis Deviation (electrocardiogram)
RADRead All Day
RADRéseau Agriculture Durable (French: Sustainable Agriculture Network)
RADRequirements Analysis and Design
RADRijksarchiefdienst
RADRainbow Alliance of the Deaf
RADRace Against Drugs
RADReturn to Active Duty
RADReconnaissance Automatique de Documents (French: Automatic Document Recognition)
RADRethinking AIDS Day (April 23)
RADResource Access Decision
RADRapid Access Disk
RADRoentgen Absorbed Dose
RADRemote Antenna Driver
RADRandom Access Data
RADRetain Acquire Develop (marketing)
RADRecorded Announcement Device (telecommunications)
RADReprogrammable Application Device
RADRelais d'Accès Au Droit (French legal aid program)
RADRelative Average Deviation
RADRetiree Activity Day
RADReceive Antenna Diversity
RADRequired Availability Date
RADRequest for Authority to Develop
RADRequirements Allocation Document
RADRéseau d'Activités À Distance (French: Remote Network Activities)
RADRite Aide Corporation (stock symbol)
RADReckless and Deadly (Raven Shield and Battlefield 2 gaming clan)
RADRandom Agile Deinterleaver
RADRequirements and Architecture Design
RADRevised Alternative Dataflow (US Navy)
RADRecommendation and Approval Document
RADResource Allocation Display
RADRoughneck Airsoft Detachment
RADRegional Accountable Depot
RADRealtime Agent Developer (Open Networks Engineering)
RADRandom Access Drive
RADRapid And Disciplined
RADReal-time Active Display
RADRequirements Approval Document (US Air Force)
RADRevised Acronym Dictionary
RADReverse Angle Doctorblade (flexographic printing)
RADRelease/d from Active Duty
RADRemote Administration Device
RADResource Availability Determination
RADRural Action for Development
RADRequired Award Date (US DoD)
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The Knight's Cross could be earned by members of the Heer, Kriegsmarine, and Luftwaffe, as well as the Waffen-SS, the Reichsarbeitsdienst (RAD--Reich Labor Service), and the Volkssturm (national militia), along with personnel from other Axis powers.
The badge on von Maravic's cap is the symbol of a spade surrounded by a garland, the emblem of the Reichsarbeitsdienst, also known as the Reich Labour Service, which was formed in June of that year.
"We want to return it to their family and return it to their country." Tholens was repatriated to Germany in 1919 and later joined the Nazi Party, working as an Obergeneralarbeitsfuhrer for the Reichsarbeitsdienst (RAD), militarising the workforce and indoctrinating it with Nazi ideology.
En ella nos topamos con un grupo un numeroso grupo de hombres, que pertenecen al Reichsarbeitsdienst (8).
They were issued to the Weh-rmacht, Reich Labor Service Units (Reichsarbeitsdienst) of Organization Todt, and the Luftwaffe.
(29) WalI, Donald D., Nazi Germany and World War II, Toronto: Nelson Thomson Learning, 2003, 83-86; Muller-Brandenburg, Hermann, Gedanken um den Reichsarbeitsdienst, Leipzig: Verlag Gunther Heinig, 1941, 35-48; Patel, Kiran Klaus, Soldiers of Love-Labor Service in Nazi Germany and New Deal America, 1933-1945, New York: Cambridge University Press New, 2005, 98-199.
In this case, the joke is based on the premiss that volunteering for Reichsarbeitsdienst is preferable to being sent to a concentration camp for not 'volunteering'.
This function of Mahlke's penis is underlined in a later mise en abyme, where the picaresque tales circulating about Mahlke's career in the Reichsarbeitsdienst centre on the size of his 'Riemen' or 'Dubbas', and on how he put it about (KM, pp.