North Atlantic Treaty Organization


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the only Mideast country that is a member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), is also the home of two major U.
When the North Atlantic Treaty Organization was created, only Charles De Gaulle got the point of what we were doing.
The other secrecy order not only allows the development of an affected innovation for marketing domestically, but also permits the inventor to apply for patent protection on it in 15 foreign countries -- mostly members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
Apart from his duties as president, Wagner serves as the branch chief for operations and internal review for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) at the Allied Maritime Component Command Headquarters Northwood outside of London.
I am humbled to have been considered and selected as the next Commandant for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Defense College in Rome, to begin in summer 2017.
Brussels, Jumada II 13, 1434, Apr 23, 2013, SPA -- The Secretary General of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Anders Fogh Rasmson, met here today with Afghan President Hamid Karzai.
Summary: Brussels - North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) commended, Thursday in Brussels, the content of HM King Mohammed VI4s speech on March 9, deeming as "large scale" the constitutional reforms announced by the Sovereign.
Summary: Morocco's Foreign minister Taib Fassi Fihri met, Friday in Rabat, with a delegation of The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), led by Chairman of the NATO Military Committee, Giampaolo Di Paola.
One of the most enduring of alliances since the onset of the Cold War, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) has developed into a significant military and diplomatic institution despite its constant state of political crisis.
Legislation known as the Darfur Peace and Accountability Act has been introduced, which calls for a stronger African Union force, North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) reinforcement, International Criminal Court involvement, and an arms embargo.
New, deputy commander, Combined Air Operations Center 7, Allied Air Forces Southern Europe, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Larissa, Greece, to director, operations, Headquarters Air Force Materiel Command, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio.
More than one-third of the agreements were multilateral, involving the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) members and other allies.
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), founded in 1949, was set up to counter the spread of Communism throughout the European continent.
President Bush used the 58th anniversary of the Allies' World War II victory over Germany, on May 8th, to hail the addition of seven "former" Communist nations as new members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
Depleted uranium has been blamed for killing 23 soldiers who served in Kosovo during the campaign waged last year by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization against Serbia, and sickening five French soldiers.
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