STRAC

AcronymDefinition
STRACStrategic Army Corps (US Army)
STRACStandards in Training Commission
STRACSouthwest Texas Regional Advisory Council (San Antonio, Texas trama care)
STRACSkilled Tough Ready around the Clock
STRACStrategic, Tough, Ready around the Clock
STRACStrategic, Tactical and Ready for Action in Combat (soldier)
STRACStanding Tall Right Around the Clock
STRACSquad Tactical Reaction Course
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Like their DC-powered counterparts, STRAC Stepper Drives feature advanced microstepping performance and current control with anti-resonance that improves motor smoothness and torque over a wide speed range.
As shown in Figure 2, STRAC consists of two core components: the access request component (ARC) and the reference monitor component (RMC).
The newly formed STRAC team's first demonstration was at a show in Danville, Va., Nov.
Under his leadership, the battalion became a Strategic Army Corps (STRAC) unit in support of the 101st Airborne Division.
In normal garrison operations, unit ammunition managers are conditioned to open Department of the Army (DA) Pamphlet 350-38, Standards in Weapons Training Requirements Authorization (the "STRAC" [Standards in Training Commission] manual), complete a DA Form 581, Request for Ammunition Issue/Turn-In, and submit it.
Continued efforts of the STRAC (State Traffic Records Advisory Committee) in the implementation of a "Strategic Plan for Traffic Records."
Two new AC-powered STRAC drives expand the offering to cover larger motors and applications where maximum power is required.
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Be aware of long lead times, and request your Standards and Training Commission (STRAC) allocation as soon as possible.