Reachback


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Reachback

The ability of a tax shelter or limited partnership to deduct certain costs and expenses at the end of the year that were incurred throughout the entire year.

Reachback

The ability for a tax shelter or limited partnership to wait until the end of a calendar year to apply deductions or credits it incurred over the entire previous year.
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The use of reachback has both advantages and disadvantages.
However, a relatively small staff reliant on the reachback capability resident in the Space AOC would be a minimal addition to the AOC staffing and considerably less than that of the AOC's mobility and ISR divisions.
This, in turn, helped CENTCOM and DIA better support the mission via their reachback and forward deployed assets.
With GEOINT, the commander can now conduct detailed intelligence preparation of the battlespace using commercial multi-spectral imagery (MSI), vector data sets from National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) stocks, or even reachback capabilities for hydrographic and bridge engineering via satellite communications with the U.
The efforts of the Joint Engineer Training and Education Working Group are identifying the future of joint engineer training programs and mitigating gaps to establish more effective joint engineer programs and better reachback capabilities.
According to the Navy, FORCEnet is regarded as "the command and control pillar that gives speed and agility to the commander who can then optimally employ Sea Strike, Sea Shield, and Sea Basing by integrating weapons, sensors, reachback centers, and warfighters at all levels into a secure networked, distributed combat force, as part of the Global Information Grid.
Major (P) Christopher Fatheree, USMC, recounts how forward deployed intelligence analysts used reachback capabilities to support Marine Expeditionary Units, adjacent U.
The team, combined with reachback support, provided a great resource.
General Dynamics SATCOM Technologies is a leading supplier of emergency, strategic and tactical satcom ground terminals for reachback and range extension, including complete communications interoperability and control of fixed and mobile terminals.
Intelligence reachback is not the answer to all intelligence-related problems.
Maintaining reachback to the system administrator to provide expert interpretation, troubleshooting advice, and additional upgrades as situations change.
When determining how much analytic support a reachback agency can provide the IBCT, it is important to consider three factors: