coalition action

coalition action

Multinational action outside the bounds of established alliances, usually for single occasions or longer cooperation in a narrow sector of common interest. See also alliance; coalition; multinational operations.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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Proceeds go to Southeastern Illinois Healthy Community Health Coalition Action Teams.
This would include stopping all sales of weapons and ending logistical support for coalition action. The legislation passed by the House would largely accomplish this, though the House bill would allow intelligence sharing with Saudi Arabia to continue when "appropriate in the national security interest of the United States."
The Community Coalition Action Theory (CCAT) served as the theoretical framework from which the community coalition's effectiveness was measured (Butterfoss, 2007, 2013).
So clearly, as you are quite upfront in scrutinizing what coalition is doing and the effects of coalition action, it is important that you look at Houthi actions."
This talk of coalition action reflects the rapid escalation of plans since US officials embraced Saturday's allegations of a chemical weapons strike.
Although no longer an obstacle to Coalition action their armored battalions remain inactive in their positions along the Syrian border, and one can be sure that whatever boots are on the ground they will not be Turkish.
The CHPC standard model is rooted in community coalition action theory (19) and other research on effective community health coalitions.
Despite last year's coalition action, this month's farmgate milk prices are typically only 1-2p/litre higher than in April 2012.
Libya had been subjected to repeated air strikes by French aircraft in a new and quickly named "coalition action", but this time with direct involvement of French, British and US (effectively NATO) forces for the first time on the continent.
To view WNA's and Wisconsin Nursing Coalition action plan for the RN role go to: http://www.wisconsinnurs-es.org/Nursing_Practice.php
The community coalition action theory (CCAT) identifies internal factors within the coalition that lead to the implementation of community change, and thereby provides an approach for assessing the efforts of coalitions (Kegler, Rigler & Honeycutt, 2010).
If the Arab nations sense western occupational or oil motives in Libya, the support for the coalition action will evaporate in no time.

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