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Alert - CONARC

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From the U.S. Army's The Big Picture television series, 1950-1975.; "CONARC, the Continental Army Command, is a literal and descriptive title since this headquarter is directly responsible for almost all of the Army Forces in the 48 contiguous states. Training, supply, enlistment, deployment, movement, planning, and ground defense of the United States, all these and more are jobs for which CONARC is responsible. The Command is also responsible for providing when they're needed, packaged forces of combat-ready troops from a single battle group to the two full army corps which make up the major portion of R Strike, the Army Strike Command, the largest combat command in the army. It is this responsibility, which has brought the CONARC Operation Center into action now."--Transcript.
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1962
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Men in Training - CONARC

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From the U.S. Army's The Big Picture television series, 1950-1975.; "Herbert B. Powell commands an organization which is, among other things, the largest peacetime training establishment in American Military history. That organization is U.S. CONARC, the United States Continental Army Command with headquarters here at Fort Monroe, Virginia. General Powell himself will be your host for today's story of your Army in Action."--Transcript.
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1962
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CONARC

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"This film examines the essential mission of training and education performed by the United States Continental Army Command (CONRAC). Scenes show how CONRAC directed soldiers and civilians at more than 60 major installations, and supervised the training of a National Guard and reserve force."--Catalog of The Big Picture, the U.S. Army's television series, 1950-1975.
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1950; 1975