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AEF

or A.E.F.,

American Expeditionary Force.
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EquineLUX products offer the right balance of Equestrian fashion and function that AEF Members will find invaluable," said Allison Blackmore, Marketing Coordinator of the Alberta Equestrian Federation.
This year 70 major events with the participation of 100 co-organizers will be held within the VII AEF.
Mr Morse said AEF expected protests, but he added that the protesters were out of date.
We're still refining both the AEF and our Total Force concept increasing the AEF rotation period to 20 months and extending our deployments to 120 days to give theater commanders more continuity with our rotational forces.
As AEF units rotate, key functions--such as US Central Command's (USCENTCOM) combined air and space operations center (CAOC) located on Al Udeid Air Base, Qatar--lose expertise vital to long-term US goals.
Airmen serving the 365-day TDYs will receive short-tour credit and be exempt from AEF or other contingency deployments for six months following their return home.
Not surprisingly, the new scholarship has contributed to a reappraisal of American contributions and raised some troubling questions about Pershing and dysfunctional AEF tactics and overall battlefield performance.
At Cantigny, where the AEF saw its first action in late May, the Americans suffered disproportionate casualties to the results achieved, which in any case were small.
Another Ivoirien company has been awarded an AEF loan guarantee of FF1.
The AEF invites the public to visit its "live" Eagle Nest Cam on American Eagle Day, where viewers can watch a Bald Eagle pair care for their three eaglets on four cameras (www.
The AEF, a 501(c)(3) public charity, was created to inspire travel to the nation's capital through educational programs focusing on the arts, culture, American history and the unique heritage of Washington, DC.