AFSC


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AFSC

or A.F.S.C.,

American Friends Service Committee.
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The AFSC is held annually to crown national skating champions of Australia in senior, intermediate and novice levels.
Ajlouny may be the perfect candidate to run the AFSC, the leading American Quaker organization, which over the years has cultivated its image as peaceful and supremely benign.
Headquartered in Arlington, Va., AFSC holds approximately 60 contracts with the federal government, and has 1,800 employees and subcontractors, with operations in all 50 states, three territories and eight countries.
He has worked for transitional justice, while simultaneously promoting human rights through nonviolent means, nourishing the leadership skills of other young people, and challenging systemic issues that lead to the continued vulnerability and suffering of war victims," partly reads the AFSC nomination letter extended to Sudan Tribune on Tuesday.
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The AFSC worked diligently, if not always successfully, to end violence, advance racial harmony, and mitigate economic exploitation.
This indicates that the AFSF and AD can be predicted by AFSC. To the best of our knowledge, no such prediction equations have been constructed to foresee the possible herd-life (i.e.
The army "will continue to take responsibility to protect the national security of the nation and citizens (...), given the end of the state of emergency declared in accordance with the constitution and law", said the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (AFSC) in a statement released by the official MENA news agency.
Many officers utilize educational benefits for future employment, sometimes totally outside their active duty Air Force specialty code (AFSC).
This matrix shows the total number of positions the Air Force needs for each AFSC, broken down by total years of service.