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- Arlington Hall : Former girls' school in Arlington, Virginia, taken over for signals intelligence work in the Second World War and used for many years by the Defense Intelligence Agency and U.S. Army intelligence; now occupied by the National Foreign Affairs Training Center and the National Guard Bureau
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- Creighton Abrams : General in the U.S. Army, who was the last head of Military Assistance Command, Vietnam and then Chief of Staff of the Army, who built the volunteer army and restructured the reserve components under the Total Force Concept
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- Operation DESERT SHIELD : That part of the Gulf War following the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait, beginning with the acceptance of Coalition support by Saudi Arabia, and ending with the start of the air campaign, Operation DESERT STORM.
- SIGINT in the Second World War : Add brief definition or description
- Total Force Concept : A doctrine that allocates most of the active-duty (i.e., Regular) troops of the United States Army to combat arms roles, while assigning combat support and combat service support to the Reserve Components of the United States Army Reserve and Army National Guard (United States)
- Walter Bedell Smith : General in the United States Army, who was chief of staff to Dwight D. Eisenhower as the allied commander of the European Theater of Operations in the Second World War. After the war, he served as Ambassador to the Soviet Union, Director of Central Intelligence and Undersecretary of State.
- War Powers Resolution : 1973 U.S. law setting limits on Presidential authority to conduct hostilities without Congressional authorization