North Atlantic Treaty Organization


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The program developed an airborne warning system consisting of a North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) owned and operated core capability.
Summary: Secretary General of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), Jaap de Hoop Scheffer, has underlined the excellent cooperation ties with Morocco.
The non-government organization community was calling for a peacekeeping force on par with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) mission in Kosovo.
Price has responsibility for executing programs supporting the president, combatant commanders, joint warfighters, and North Atlantic Treaty Organization and other allies.
Canada, and ia Western European countries form the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) to provide a common defense against Soviet farces in Eastern Europe.
The JVC sent a fact-finding mission to Yugoslavia from June 18 to July 3 and found the clinics and the schools damaged during the military confrontation between the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and Yugoslavia, the group said.
Even with North Atlantic Treaty Organization peacekeepers now securing the province, the Vlashi family vowed not to return until Kosovars have political independence and are permanently free of Serbs.
The talks are expected to focus on ways to persuade the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) into an early pause in its three-month-old bombing of Yugoslavia, it said.
NASDAQ: ASEI) (AS&E([R])), a leader in X-ray detection technology, announced today that it has been selected by North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) to deliver multiple cargo, parcel, and personnel X-ray inspection systems.
Today's twenty-six North Atlantic Treaty Organization members plus Australia and Japan spent a combined $563 billion on their militaries in 2002, or 72 percent of total world military expenditures.
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), a regional affiliate of the United Nations, "would like to be able to put more than 100,000 men into a campaign, and envisages a total force in excess of 250,000, capable of combat in three conflicts in any part of the world for up to two years," reported the February 21st London Independent.
Prime Minister Keizo Obuchi on Thursday hailed the agreement between the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and Yugoslavia on the withdrawal of Serb forces from Kosovo.
Four people were reportedly killed and more than 20 injured when North Atlantic Treaty Organization bombs fell on the Chinese Embassy.
Steven Gonzales indicate that Yugoslavian President Slobodan Milosevic may be ready to discuss terms of an agreement to end the North Atlantic Treaty Organization air assault.
federal market, Suite B products provide security that can be used by a wider audience including state and local governments, regulated industries, as well as Coalition and North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) countries.
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