subordinate command


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subordinate command

A command consisting of the commander and all those individuals, units, detachments, organizations, or installations that have been placed under the command by the authority establishing the subordinate command.
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Traditionally, a CCMD consists of subordinate commands that could be grouped into three categories: Service components, subunified commands, and functional components.
What missions should subordinate commands expect and for how long?
Actions taken by the USAR included having commanders complete the Commander's Audit Readiness checklists, conducting numerous training sessions on audit readiness with subordinate commands and business process owners, and educating senior leaders about audit readiness requirements.
New mission command organizations would be sourced and fielded from current major subordinate command formations and the relocation of active USAR and ARNG personnel, Department of the Army (DA) civilians, and military technician billets.
AMC subordinate commands play an important role in the FMS process.
On 19 February 2010, USAR Command implemented a policy charging all major subordinate commands and general officer commands with determining whether to initiate an AGDRB review for retirement-eligible officers.
It is the Army's largest major subordinate command and is headquartered at Fort McPherson, Georgia.
Amy Morrison, with a subordinate command at Naval Station Norfolk, VA, and will report to Commander, Fleet Forces Command (CFFC).
Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command (USACAPOC), a major subordinate command of the U.
He's tapping into the knowledge base, experience and insights of his subordinate command staff.
Because Grant retained Meade as the Army of Potomac's commander, the general in chief issued his orders through Meade, who then conveyed Grant's intentions to the army's subordinate command.
Recognized for our unique collaborations with scientists, clinicians, consumers, and the military, the CDMRP is a subordinate command of the United States Army Medical Research and Materiel Command, Department of Defense ( http://cdmrp.