force list

force list

A total list of forces required by an operation plan, including assigned forces, augmentation forces, and other forces to be employed in support of the plan.
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She said a strategy framework for e-commerce gateway has been finalized due to which Pakistan's ranking on financial action task force list has been raised from grey to white.
Three core conditions were included for the agreement, about third country fund domicile and home member state, Third countries are not on the Financial Action Task Force list of non-cooperative jurisdictions and Agreements for exchange of information for tax purposes are in place between European Union (EU) States and non-EU jurisdictions.
Unfortunately, the Air Force list did not include plurals, past tenses and gerunds; otherwise ASPER would have generated eleven anagrams instead of six
Details of officers who served in the Forces are also available in specific service directories known as lists - the Army list, Navy List and Air Force List.
Consider that, at the end of the group's report, 10 of 11 members of the ACNP task force list financial ties to pharmaceutical firms.
We put together a force list, launched a bunch of airplanes over there, get a bunch of Soldiers out of Fort Bragg (N.
Using the combined SAS and World-Check capabilities, financial institutions can filter against the database in its entirety, or they can harness several prebuilt SAS matching scenarios on subsets of the World-Check database, including Financial Action Task Force list of Non-Cooperative Countries and Territories, terrorists, PEPs, and a general high-risk category.
Planners at ACOM and JTF 180 changed the force list and arrival sequence.
BISYS also can assist with enhanced representative training and education, and the implementation of applicable aspects of the Joint Task Force list of recommendations.
These vignettes were derived from historical operations, Defense Planning Guidance and/or operational plans (OPLANS), and included a Commander's Concept of Operations, an illustrative force list, and anticipated allied/coalition support, where applicable.
My word stock is the union of the Air Force list of words from Webster's 2nd, and UKACD16 (the 16th edition of the United Kingdom Advanced Cryptics Dictionary).
This rule in joint planning can be the most challenging because each situation is unique and force lists, sequencing, host-nation capabilities, and priorities vary depending on the operational context.

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