multinational staff

multinational staff

A staff composed of personnel of two or more nations within the structure of a coalition or alliance. See also integrated staff; joint staff; parallel staff.
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The company has a multinational staff of 170 to serve its customers across the globe.
In addition to advanced laboratory and radiology services, Prime Medical Center -- Motor City has consultation rooms, a Medi Prime Pharmacy that offers a wide range of medical equipment and pharmaceutical products, a waiting area, and full-fledged patient-relations desks with multinational staff trained to deal with all requirements of both insurance-based and general self-paying patients.
Led by a series of British inspectors general through almost all of its existence, and officered by a multinational staff, the CMC upheld much of the treaty system that framed China's relations with foreign powers in the century following the Opium War.
Our multinational staff took part in the celebrations with the same spirit as the Malayalees.
It assigned technical experts to the shipyard in China and created a shipbuilding supervision team made up of multinational staff, mostly Chinese and Japanese, to ensure the safe and high-quality of the newbuilding LNG carriers.
Based on our conversations with restaurant chefs here, we understood the challenges behind training multinational staff with different capabilities and finding the time to do it," said Myriam Estanboulie of UFS.
and allies by establishing a process--where none exists--to coordinate multinational staff planning between two sovereign states.
They have also been on ranges to carry out weapons checks and familiarisation shoots and have given the multinational staff a chance to look at the equipment they have deployed with.
During the command tenure of PN CTF-151 from 29 Nov 10 to 31 Mar 11, Commodore Abdul Aleem SI(M), Commander Combined Task Force-151 with his multinational staff from Canada, Pakistan, US, UK, Netherlands and Saudi Arabia, has commanded naval units of several different nations which include USA, UK, S Korea, Pakistan, Australia and Thailand.
In March 2011, the United States European Command (USEUCOM) hosted a JEOC class to improve their joint staff engineers and multinational staff engineers.
In Cuba, Haven would oversee a bureau situated in the historic quarter of old Havana with a multinational staff producing news in English and Spanish in print, photos and television.

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