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 What is the difference between a chronic and an infectious disease?

Answer Not sure about the "R", but the "UTA" portion stands for Unit Training Assembly, which would be your drill weekends. UTA-4 being a standard two day drill, and UTA-5 being a 2-1/2 day drill, IIRC.
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