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Definition of ISAF
What does ISAF mean?
- 'I'nternational 'SA'iling 'F'ederation [gloss, world governing body for the sport of sailing]
- 'I'nternational 'S'ecurity 'A'ssistance 'F'orce [gloss, NATO-led mission in Afghanistan which was established on 20 December 2001]
- 'I'nternational 'S'hark 'A'ttack 'F'ile [gloss, global database of shark attacks]
"ISAF" is a composition.
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Sailing Directions for the West Coast of England, from the Scilly Islands to the Mull of Galloway, Including the Isle of Man (1891)
by Great Britain. Hydrographic Department
Isaac, port Isaf means low. —-, llech...
The Comprehensive Approach (2010)
The Point of War Is Not Just to Win But to Make a Better Peace, Seventh Report of Session 2009-10, Report, Together with Formal Minutes, Oral and Written Evidence by Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Defence Committee
ISAF is a conventional force that is poorly configured for COIN [counter- insurgency], inexperienced in local languages and culture, and struggling with challenges inherent to coalition warfare. These intrinsic disadvantages are exacerbated by ...
An Encyclopedia by Karl R. DeRouen, Paul Bellamy
ISAF is a NATO mission to support the Afghan government and provide for reconstruction—in contrast, Operation Enduring Freedom is a U.S.-led operation with the primary mission of destroying Al Qaeda. Despite appeals by Hamid Karzai ...
NATO's Role in Contemporary International Security by Jennifer Medcalf
ISAF is a series of separate operations and argue that 186.
by Terry M. Mays
INTERNATIONAL SECURITY ASSISTANCE FORCE (ISAF). After the World Trade Center terrorist attack of September 11, 2001, an international coalition of forces, led by the United States, assisted the Afghan Northern Alliance to remove the ...
by David Seddon
Eighteen countries are contributing to ISAF,the peacekeeping mission in Afghanistan sanctioned by UN SecurityCouncil Resolution 1386of 20 December 2001. The ISAFworks closely withthe United Nations and the Afghan Interim Authority ...
A topographical dictionary of ... Wales, a continuation of the topography of the United kindom of Great Britain and Ireland (1811)
by Nicholas Carlisle
Clarach, Cwm Rheiddol, Faenor Isaf, Faenor Uchaf, Elerch, Melin Dwr, Llan Badarn y Creiddyn Isaf, Llan Badarn y Creiddyn Uchaf, Parcel Canol, Parcel Isafyn y Tref, Parcel Uchaf yn y Tref, and Tref Feirig) was 3852. The Money raised by the ...
by Michael Lück
The International Sailing Federation (ISAF) In October 1907, the International Yacht Racing Union (IYRU) was founded in Paris. In August 1996, the Union changed its name to the International Sailing Federation. The idea of founding the ...
The Encyclopaedia of Sports Medicine: An IOC Medical Commission Publication, Epidemiology of Injury in Olympic Sports (2009)
by Dennis J. Caine, Peter Harmer, Melissa Schiff
485–486 International Sailing Federation (ISAF), 191 ISAF. See International Sailing Federation (ISAF) ISS.
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- ISAF Afghanistan
Lt Col Bernard Markey presenting Brig Gen STOPFORD (CIC Royal Irish Guards) with a plaque after the general presented shamrock to the contingent .
Lt Col Bernard Markey from County Meath led the seven soldiers of the Irish Contingent serving with the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) and the wider Irish Diaspora in a celebration of St Patrick's Day. He presented a bowl of Shamrock to the ISAF Commander, Lieutenant General Joseph Dunford from the United States (with Irish Roots) and then hosted a reception afterwards where the contingent distributed shamrock to the many international personnel with Irish heritage
Photo credit: Irish Defence Forces
- Ty Isaf back door
Photo credit: Dave Bonta
- Re-Enlistment at ISAF Headquarters
Gen. David H. Petraeus, Commander, International Security Assistance
Force - Afghanistan, and ISAF Command Sergeant Major Michael Hall, congratulate MA2 Patrick Lemming on the occasion of his July 4
re-enlistment at ISAF headquarters in Kabul. MA2 Lemming is a member of
the Commander's Personal Security Detail. The re-enlistment ceremony
was the first conducted by General Petraeus since assuming command of
the 130,000-member NATO force. (ISAF photo by US Army Capt. Eric
Photo credit: ResoluteSupportMedia
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Scrabble value of I1S1A1F4
The value of this 4-letter word is 7 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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