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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They are also responsible for directing sensors for optimal effects and guiding exploitation at reachback sites.
Parkington will oversee STG's solution architect team and internal IT division, and will have reachback throughout the company.
The DCGS-A program manager, in concert with the Training and Doctrine Command Capabilities Manager-Sensor Processing (TCM--SP), and the Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM), were able to rapidly acquire, ship, and build a "fly-away" kit of unclassified DCGS-A servers and laptops that gave the JFC a robust capability in Liberia, as well as Fort Campbell, Kentucky, where our intelligence reachback node operated.
Through the application of timely recommendations, followed by more detailed modeling from reachback organizations such as the Defense Threat Reduction Agency, the CBRN staff best supports the mobility of the maneuver forces.
Army Corps of Engineer (USACE) Reachback Engineer Data Integration (REDI) portal, becoming the first Army National Guard maneuver training center to use the system.
Currently, each Service provides PED of Service-centric sensors with limited joint commonality, little mutual support, and varying implementation concepts (such as reachback, in-theater, and reach-forward PED).
Project Warrior officers maintain reachback connections with their respective CTCs, which allow them to serve as liaisons for the centers of excellence to which they are assigned.
Sustainment Center of Excellence schools are implementing strategies to ensure initial military training Soldiers are introduced to SKN as a reachback to their proponent branches, and professional military education (PME) students are actively using SKN's capabilities in the classroom to collaborate and learn with their peers in the operational force.
I wish the authors had also discussed the importance of Air Force forces support to both plan development and the sustainment of mission operations, as well as the importance of reachback to headquarters units to support the mission.
Another tactical piece that was a new lesson learned for me in terms of intelligence is that there are limitations to reachback.