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RDoFResponsible Drawdown of Forces (US Army)
RDoFRegional Director of Finance (various companies)
RDoFRotational Degrees of Freedom (structural dynamics)
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During a transition from high-intensity, large-scale offensive operations to a consolidation and a responsible drawdown of forces and equipment, it is necessary to economize combat power in support of decisive operations nested with tactical, operational, and strategic lines of effort.
The supply element of the service detachment turned in over $10 million worth of excess property as part of the responsible drawdown of forces in Iraq.
I clearly remember visiting my father's office as a child and seeing a picture frame with the quote, "People working together, without concern for who will get the credit, can accomplish anything." Needless to say, for those of us serving in Iraq, teamwork and selfless service are the key values that led to our overall success in the responsible drawdown of forces (RDoF).
This small headquarters of less than 500 personnel has facilitated and managed the responsible drawdown of forces in Iraq while building up forces in Afghanistan and supporting subsequent surges; the development of the Northern Distribution Network in Afghanistan; the rapid fielding of new equipment such as the mine-resistant ambush-protected vehicle; and the critical management of contracts and contractors across a diverse and challenging theater.
During its year in Iraq, "America's Corps" took on the burden of planning and executing the Responsible Drawdown of Forces (RDoF), which--because of its speed and complexity--arguably is the most challenging redeployment effort that our Armed Forces have ever faced.
The JPIC team also conducted a Rehearsal of Concept (ROC) Drill to the Responsible Drawdown of Forces (RDOF).
"Today, in line with President Obama's direction and as part of the responsible drawdown of forces, U.S.
The information gained from exploiting those attack sites was crucial to maintaining situational awareness of the battlefield and also served to protect USF during the responsible drawdown of forces (RDOF), a time of reduced security due to reduced combat power on the streets.
This was intended to be a concise model that advise and assist brigades could utilize during the responsible drawdown of forces.
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