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  • ozob99@yahoo.com
    Anyone recall what the acronym ACCACA (or could have been ACACCA) stood for?..It was Army comm related 1950 s/60 s....often associated with ACAN(Army Command
    Message 1 of 3 , Apr 8, 2001
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      Anyone recall what the acronym ACCACA (or could have been ACACCA)
      stood for?..It was Army comm related 1950's/60's....often associated
      with ACAN(Army Command & Admin Net)??
    • A. H. Grobmeier
      In August 1947, the War Department Signal Center was redesignated the Army Command and Administrative Communications Agency (ACACA).
      Message 2 of 3 , Apr 8, 2001
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        "In August 1947, the War Department Signal Center was redesignated the
        Army Command and Administrative Communications Agency (ACACA)."

        ozob99@... wrote:
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        > Anyone recall what the acronym ACCACA (or could have been ACACCA)
        > stood for?..It was Army comm related 1950's/60's....often associated
        > with ACAN(Army Command & Admin Net)??
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      • ozob99@yahoo.com
        ... the ... associated ... ok thanks..sounds familiar now...any knowledge of Engineered Military Circuits(EMC) provided by at&t & others in the 50 s & 60 s??
        Message 3 of 3 , Apr 8, 2001
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          --- In coldwarcomms@y..., "A. H. Grobmeier" <algrobmeier@h...> wrote:
          > "In August 1947, the War Department Signal Center was redesignated
          the
          > Army Command and Administrative Communications Agency (ACACA)."
          >
          > ozob99@y... wrote:
          > >
          > > Anyone recall what the acronym ACCACA (or could have been ACACCA)
          > > stood for?..It was Army comm related 1950's/60's....often
          associated
          > > with ACAN(Army Command & Admin Net)??



          ok thanks..sounds familiar now...any knowledge of Engineered Military
          Circuits(EMC) provided by at&t & others in the 50's & 60's??
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