interallied

interallied

(ˌɪntərˈælaɪd)
adj
existing between, or involving, one or more allies
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(32) Principles were laid down in the Interallied Declaration (above, note 28); the Agreement between the United States, the United Kingdom and France in respect of the Control of Looted Articles, 8 July 1946 (1951, 25 Department of State Bulletin 340, 15); and in the Convention on the Settlement of Matters Arising out of the War and the Occupation signed at Bonn, May 26, 1952, as amended by Protocol on the Termination of the Occupation Regime in the Federal Republic of Germany, signed at Paris, 23 Oct.
UNRRA was created to facilitate interallied cooperation in the management of displacement.
Melissa Tallent and Senior Airman Andrea Uchiyama won gold in the tactical combat casualty competition at the 68th annual Congress of the Interallied Confederation of Reserve Officers military competition.
Young, having previously been a member of the interallied board to recommend an organization for the accounting department of the Reparations Commission" and having served in Paris as accountant general (Haskins & Sells).
armed forces to conduct joint (inter-Service) and combined (interallied) operations in the field; and secondarily, to improve the DoD budget process.
Clayton James has noted "interallied relations were tested most severely and interestingly in the Japanese prison compounds ...
The operation headquarters (OHQ) are in Northwood (25 miles north of London), which is also home to the joint command of British forces overseas (Iraq, Afghanistan) and one of NATO's interallied maritime commands.
One important assignment came in 1950-51, when Sherman was a member of an interallied committee negotiating how the new NATO military commands would be structured.
Food Administration and was chairman of the Interallied Food Council.
Reserve officers, cadets, and midshipmen who had completed the Confederation Interalliee des Officiers de Reserve (CIOR)--(translated as Interallied Confederation of Reserve Officers) professional development course to compete in the annual North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) CIOR Military Skills Competition, with the ultimate goal of winning a gold medal.
Supervision of accounting related to cantonment construction; cooperation with government departments in scrutinizing contracts for supplies; service with government boards for review of excess-profits taxes, for price fixing, for property accountability, and for review of interallied transactions are some of the activities which will be remembered.
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