CONUS


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conus

(ˈkəʊnəs)
n, pl -ni (-ni)
1. (Anatomy) anatomy zoology any of several cone-shaped structures, such as the conus medullaris, the lower end of the spinal cord
2. (Zoology) anatomy zoology any of several cone-shaped structures, such as the conus medullaris, the lower end of the spinal cord

CONUS

continental United States.
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ATLANTIS Conus concept, for all major implant systems, is a new prosthetic solution that provides removable prosthesis with the comfort of a fixed restoration; the patient-specific ATLANTIS Conus Abutment together with prefabricated SynCone caps provide patients with a unique, cost-effective, friction-retained and non-resilient prosthetic solution; this solution offers renewed patient comfort and confidence, and helps to eliminate problems often associated with dentures, such as pain.
Category 2 (limited overseas/remote CONUS assignments): Care is usually available at most locations, except for some isolated CONUS/overseas areas.
THE DIRECTORATE OF LOGISTICS (DOL) MANAGES THE ARMY PUBLISHING PRODUCTS INDEX AND ORDERING SYSTEM FOR CONUS.
A plan to reassign all other CONUS DOIMs and DOIM-like organizations, including those under the Army Materiel Command and the Army Medical Command, to NETCOM will be implemented by fiscal year 2012.
They considered increasing the speed at which ships cross the ocean, options for ship loading, CONUS port of debarkation selection, and CONUS surface transportation mode selection.
The CONUS Theater Network Operations and Security Center at Fort Huachuca, Ariz.
Phase I will implement DTCI at Defense Logistics Agency CONUS Defense distribution centers.
A mathematical model was constructed for direct shipping from CONUS to the base, and for shipping to a forward stocking location, and then to the base.
CONUS Medium Industrial--Strategic Weapons Facility Atlantic, Kings Bay, Ga.
Typically comprised of a 15-30 person medical element with attached communications, force protection, and limited logistics support, the average medrete will deploy from CONUS for a 14-17 day period to accomplish their mission.
The ASC will be the Army's primary sustainment organization at the operational level in CONUS.