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United States Department of State / Foreign relations of the United States, 1952-1954. China and Japan (in two parts)
(1952-1954)

List of abbreviations and symbols,   pp. XIII-XVI PDF (1.3 MB)


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       LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS
 EDITOR'S NOTE-This list does not include standard abbreviations in common
usage;
unusual abbreviations of rare occurrence which are clarified at appropriate
points;
and those abbreviations and contractions
standable from the context.
AA, anti-aircraft
AAA, anti-aircraft artillery
ACFL, All-China Federation of Labor
ADA, Americans for Democratic Action
ADCC, air defense control center
ADPC (CIA), Assistant Director for
  Policy Coordination, Central Intelli-
  gence Agency
AEC, Atomic Energy Commission
ALUSNA, United States Naval Attache
AMS, minesweepers
ANZUS, Australia, New Zealand,
  United States
ARL, landing craft repair ship
ASW, anti-submarine warfare
att, attach6
AW, aircraft warning
BNA, Office of British Commonwealth
  and Northern European Affairs, De-
  partment of State
BST, bilateral security treaty
C, Counselor of the Department of
  State
CA, Office of Chinese Affairs, Depart-
  ment of State
CAF, Chinese Air Force (Republic of
  China)
CAT, Civil Air Transport
CCAF, Chinese Communist Air Force
CCP, Chinese Communist Party
CERP, Comprehensive Economic Re-
  porting Program
CG/COCOM, Paris Consultative Group
  of nations working to control export
  of strategic goods to Communist
  countries, Coordinating Committee of
  the Consultative Group
CGKCOMZ, Commanding General,
  Korean Communication Zone
CHINCOM, China Committee, a perma-
  nent working group of the Paris Con-
  sultative Group of nations working to
  control export of strategic goods to
  Communist countries
which, although uncommon, are under-
CIA, Central Intelligence Agency
CINCFE, Commander in Chief, Far
  East
  CINCPAC, Commander in Chief, Pacif-
  ic
  CINCPACFLT, Commander in Chief,
  Pacific Fleet
  CINCUNC, Commander in Chief,
  United Nations Command
  CIO, Congress of Industrial Organiza-
  tions
  circ, circular
  CNAF, Chinese Nationalist Air Force
  COCOM, Coordinating Committee of
  the Paris Consultative Group of na-
  tions working to control export of
  strategic goods to Communist coun-
  tries
  COMFEAF, Commander, Far East Air
  Forces
  COMNAV, Commander, Naval Forces
  COMNAVFE, Commander, Naval
  Forces, Far East
  ConGen, Consulate General; Consul
  General
  Cotel, country team telegram
  CPG, Chinese People's Government
  CSF, Coastal Safety Forces (Japan)
  CTF, Commander Task Force
  D/I USAF, Director of Intelligence,
  United States Air Force
  DA, Department of the Army
  DD, destroyer
  DDE, destroyer escort
  DE, destroyer escort
  Depom, Department operations memo-
  randum
  DeptAr, Department of the Army
  Deptel, Department of State telegram
  DL, Dalai Lama
  DMS, Director for Mutual Security
  Dulte, primarily a series indicator for
  telegrams from Secretary of State
  Dulles while absent from Washing-
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