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LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS

ACDA

ACPW
AC of S
ACSI
ACTIV
AEC
AFN
Agitprop
AIC
AID
AMLANFOR
APT
AR 360–55

ARD
ARPA
ARVN
ASD
ASD/ISA

Arms Control and Disarmament Agency
Assistant Chief of Psychological Warfare
Assistant Chief of Staff
Assistant Chief of Staff, Intelligence
Army Concept Team in Vietnam (U.S.)
Atomic Energy Commission
American Forces Network
agitation and propaganda
(Cambodian Information Agency)
Agency for International Development
American Land Forces (Lebanon crisis)
armed propaganda team
U.S. Army Regulation on “Public Information-
Community Relations." (1957)
Audience Research Division (of Radio Liberty)
Advanced Research Projects Agency
Army of the Republic of Vietnam (South Vietnam)
Assistant Secretary of Defense
Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Se-
curity Affairs
British Broadcasting Corporation
battalion combat team (in the Philippines)
Civil Affairs (U.S. Army)
Civil Affairs Office (in the Philippines)
Chinese Communist Party (People's Republic of China)
Council of Economic Advisors
Chinese Communists
Central Intelligence Agency
Counterintelligence Corps
Civilian Irregular Defense Group (in Vietnam)
Civil-Military Operations
Central Office of Information (Great Britain)
Commander, U.S. Military Assistance Command Viet-
nam
Conferência de Organizacioes Nacionalistas das
Colonias Portuguêsas (Conference of the Nationalist
Organizations of the Portuguese Colonies) (Portugal)
continental United States

BBC
BCT(S)
CA
САО
CCP
CEA
Chicom
CIA
CIC
CIDG
CMO
COI
COMUSMACV

CONCP

CONUS

CORDS

COSVIN
CPOC
CPSU
CRAC(s)
CRO
СТО
CSR
CTZ
DAC
DCM
DDRE
DENTCAP
DIA
DMZ
DOCSA

DOD
DPRC

Civil Operations and Revolutionary Development Sup-
port (South Vietnamese organization)
Central Office for South Vietnam (in North Vietnam)
combined PSYOP center (in South Vietnam)
Communist Party of the Soviet Union
Community Relations Advisory Council(s)
Commonwealth Relations Office (United Kingdom)
Communist Terrorist Organization (Malaya)
Czechoslovak Socialist Republic
corps tactical zone
Development Assistance Committee
Deputy Chief of Mission (diplomatic)
Director of Defense Research and Engineering
Dental Civic Action Project
Defense Intelligence Agency
demilitarized zone
Deputy Director for Operations (Counterinsurgency
and Special Activities) (in the Joint Chiefs of Staff)
U.S. Department of Defense
Defense Program Review Committee (of the National
Security Council)
Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea)
essential elements of information
Eighth U.S. Army, Korea
Executive Committee of the National Security Council
(of the United States)
Forces Armées Royales (Royal Armed Forces) (Laos)
Far East Command
Front pour la Libération et L'Indépendance Nationale
de la Guinée Dite Portugaise (Front for the Liberation
and National Independence of So-Called Portuguese
Guinea)
Front de Libération Nationale (National Liberation
Front) (Algeria)
U.S. Army Field Manual. The Law of Land Warfare,
18 July 1966
U.S. Army Field Manual. Combat Intelligence, 12
February 1971
U.S. Army Field Manual. Civil Affairs Operations,
May 1962; August 1967; October 1969

DPRK
EEI
EUSAK
EXCOM

FAR
FEC
FLING

FLN

FM27-10

FM30-5

FM41-10

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