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a group of elite soldiers or a leadership group of advisors or workers in an organization

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Alex Quade covered this core Green Beret mission, on the advice of a Special Forces company major, whose A-Teams Quade embedded with in Diyala Province, Iraq 2007--2009.
As well as contributing significantly to scientific knowledge; A-TEAM contributes substantially towards the training and development of the next generation of researchers thereby facilitating future advances in knowledge well beyond the lifetime of the ITN.
In response to greater demands for interagency cooperation in military operations, analysts are batting about proposals to bolster Army Special Forces A-Teams with members from other government agencies.
That way, when it comes time to do a mission, you already have Title 10, Title 50, Title 22 on an interagency A-team.
Our instructors constantly gather information from international contacts and from A-teams in the field.
In a column in The New York Times, she summarized some of the things she discovered during the year and a half she observed elite twelve-man A-teams in the Marines.
Through Kohl's A-Teams, associates form teams of five or more.
Alex Quade is the only TV war reporter and documentary filmmaker to have embedded long-term with these Green Beret A-Teams, in the same areas where ISIL, an al-Qaida offshoot, has taken control in Iraq.
The 51-year-old radical further said, "I plan to have 25 brothers of what I like to call my A-Teams in each country across Europe and the US.
It was part of the Student A-Teams Scheme, a national initiative by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) to mark its 125th anniversary year.
Over 39,100 Kohl's associates nationwide contributed more than 136,200 volunteer hours during 2007, and A-Teams continue to give back in 2008 with hundreds of volunteers committed during National Volunteer Week.
A-Teams consist of 20-25 linemen, engineers and technical support employees and 10-12 bucket trucks and supply trucks.
Creative solutions to complex problems: troubled suppliers turn to the restructuring A-teams
Since March, some 50 soldiers from several Special Forces A-teams have been operating in eastern Afghanistan, working to win the villagers' trust and cooperation.