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AR 10-7 United States Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences

Mission: The mission of the Commander, ARI is to— a. Maximize combat effectiveness through timely research in the accession, training, use, and retention of soldiers. b. Support decision making by the Army’s leaders through personnel performance and training RDTE Programs. …Read More

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AR 10-72 Field Operating Agencies of The Judge Advocate General

Mission: The mission of USALSA is to— a. Provide administrative, personnel, fiscal, and logistical support, including legal research services, for all elements of the agency according to law and the policy of The Judge Advocate General (TJAG). b. Promote effective …Read More

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AR 10-64 Joint Field Operating Agencies of the Office of The Surgeon General of the Army

Purpose: This regulation— a. Establishes the relationship of The Surgeon General (TSG) to the following joint field operating agencies (FOAs): (1) Armed Forces Medical Intelligence Center (AFMIC). (2) Armed Services Blood Program Office (ASBPO). (3) Department of Defense Medical Standardization …Read More

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AR 10-57 US ARMY CIVILIAN APPELLATE REVIEW AGENCY

a. This regulation applies to— (1) Appropriated and nonappropriated fund personnel who file equal employment opportunity complaints (CPR 713). This includes non–US citizens in the Republic of Panama. (2) Appropriated fund personnel who file grievances (CPR 771). (3) Civilian employees …Read More

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AR 10-47 U.S. Army Command and Control Support Agency

Purpose: This regulation prescribes the organization, mission, and functions of the U.S. Army Command and Control Support Agency (USACCSA). It sets forth the responsibilities of the USACCSA and explains the command and staff relationships within the Army and other government …Read More

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AR 10-27 US Army Reserve Personnel Center

Purpose: This regulation prescribes the mission and principal functions of the US Army Reserve Personnel Center (ARPERCEN). Applicability: This regulation applies to the Active Army and the US Army Reserve. It does not apply to the Army National Guard.

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AR 10-25 United States Army Logistics Innovation Agency (USALIA)

Purpose: This regulation prescribes the mission and primary functions, channels of communication, and command and staff relationships for the U.S. Army Logistics Innovation Agency (LIA).

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AR 10-21 ARMY NATIONAL GUARD OPERATING ACTIVITY CENT

Purpose: This regulation sets forth the mission and functions of the Chief, Army National Guard Operating Activity Center (ARNG OAC). It also prescribes ARNG OAC’s command and staff relationships and channels of communication. Applicability: This regulation applies to the Army …Read More

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AR 10-19 Department of the Army Acquisition Management Review Agency

Purpose: This regulation sets forth the mission and principal functions of the Department of the Army Acquisition Management Review Agency (DAAMRA). It prescribes command and staff relationships with the Army, the Department of Defense (DOD), and other Government agencies. Historical …Read More

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AR 10-16 U.S. Army Nuclear and Combating Weapons of Mass Destruction Agency

Purpose: This regulation prescribes the mission and functions of the U.S. Army Nuclear and Combating Weapons of Mass Destruction Agency (USANCA). It sets forth the responsibilities of the Director, USANCA, and explains the staff relationships within the Army and with …Read More

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