EIPC

(redirected from Enhanced International Peacekeeping Capabilities)
AcronymDefinition
EIPCÉcole d'Ingénieurs du Pas-de-Calais (French: Engineering School of Pas-de-Calais; Pas-de-Calais, France)
EIPCEuropean Institute of Printed Circuits
EIPCEnhanced International Peacekeeping Capabilities (US State Department)
EIPCEuropean Investment Performance Committee (Investment Performance Council)
EIPCEgyptian International Programming Center (website)
EIPCEffective Instructions Per Cycle
EIPCEuropean Interactive Pain Course
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29) The Enhanced International Peacekeeping Capabilities program, intended as a train-the-trainer program, was also initiated in 1998.
See Center for Civil-military Relations, "Information Paper: Enhanced International Peacekeeping Capabilities (EIPC) Training and Education Program," www.
Some $33 million was provided from FY1998 to FY2005 to support classroom training of 31 foreign militaries through the Foreign Military Financing account's Enhanced International Peacekeeping Capabilities program (EIPC).
Before mid-2004, the United States provided peacekeeping capacity-building assistance to foreign militaries primarily under two programs, the African Contingency Operations Training and Assistance program (ACOTA) and its predecessor program, and the Enhanced International Peacekeeping Capabilities program (EIPC).
Under the Enhanced International Peacekeeping Capabilities program, the United States also has helped a total of 29 countries improve the ability of their military services to conduct such operations.
Over the past two years ODC has implemented two LOAs to allocate $800K in Enhanced International Peacekeeping Capabilities (EIPC) grant aid received by India.
Students can utilize what they learn in class for their current or future assignments; for example, the Enhanced International Peacekeeping Capabilities Program (EIPC).
I'm sure the committee is well aware of ACOTA, the Enhanced International Peacekeeping Capabilities program, EIPC.
The idea is to focus on specific objectives to get the maximum impact from FMF, IMET, enhanced international peacekeeping capabilities (EIPC), mil-mil engagement activities, and, to the greatest extent possible, integrate the resources of other U.
S Navy by a June 1999 Secretary of Defense memorandum is charged with processing all foreign military sales letters of offer and acceptance funded under the auspicious of the Enhanced International Peacekeeping Capabilities (EIPC) program.
DIILS and the Center for Civil Military Relations (CCMR) are now coordinating their efforts to work with the enhanced international peacekeeping capabilities (EIPC) program and peace support operations seminars.
It is with pride that we have become stewards of the Humanitarian Assistance and Demining Program, the Warsaw Initiative, and the Enhanced International Peacekeeping Capabilities Program.
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