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Appendix B LIST OF ACRONYMS APT: All Points Transit APTA: American Public Transportation Association C & P: Compensation and Pension CDL: Commercial Driver's License COBC: Community Based Outpatient Clinic DAV: Disabled Americans Veterans FTA: Federal Transit Administration GPS: Global Positioning System HSC: Hospital Service Coordinator OEF: Operation Enduring Freedom OIF: Operation Iraqi Freedom MOU: Memorandum of Understanding PTSD: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder SC: Service Connected Section 5310: FTA's Formula Program for Elderly Persons and Persons with Disabilities Section 5311: FTA's Nonurbanized Area Formula Grant Program Section 5316: FTA's Job Access and Reverse Commute Program (JARC) Section 5317: FTA's New Freedom Program T21: Initiatives designed to transform VA's system of delivering services to veterans TBI: Traumatic Brain Injury TCRP: Transit Cooperative Research Program TRB: Transportation Research Board VA: U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs VAMC: VA Medical Center VHA: Veterans Health Administration VSO: Veterans Service Organization VTN: Veterans Transportation Network VTS: The Veterans Transportation Service, a VA program created in 2010 B-1
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