QASAR


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QASARQuality and Safety Achievement Recognition (NASA)
QASARQuality Assurance Systems Analysis Review
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The QASAR award recognizes individual government and contractor employees who have demonstrated exemplary performance in contributing to the quality and/or safety of products, services, processes, or management programs and activities.
Further underlining the sectarian nature of the broader crackdown on Sunni commanders under way, Iraqi troops quietly seized Raad Ali, a Sunni commander in the western Baghdad neighborhood of Gazaliyah on March 24, as reported by Ned Parker and Qasar Ahmad of the Los Angeles Times Monday.
The Nexus 300i uses the same liquid-cooled, four-stroke Piaggio Qasar engine as the 250 it replaces, but with an increase in bore and stroke to up capacity, while power remains the same at 22.
The Nexus 300i uses the same liquid-cooled, four-stroke Piaggio Qasar engine as the 250 it replaces, but, with an increase in bore and stroke to up capacity, while power remains the same at 22.
Since arriving in Basra in May, the First Battalion the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, who recruit heavily from the West Midlands, have been patrolling the waterways of Basra and the border town of Umm Qasar.
Zach, exhausted after a three-day journey from Um Qasar in Iraq, was just eight miles from his home city of Sheffield when the conductor demanded his ID card.
During their spell in Iraq the brothers were separated, with Chris based in Baghdad while Michael and Darren served in Basra and Um Qasar in Southern Iraq.
With other verbs: Qasar-lua noya d-aca Jurcedey Alci Tolun cerbi qurban-i ile-ldu-bAy 'With Qasar he [= Chinggis Qaan] sent [up arrow] from among the commanders Jurcedey, Alchi, and Tolum Cherbi" (Y190-92); Tende Belgutey Buri Boko qoyar-i abaldu-ul-bAy 'Then he [= Chinggis Qaan] made [up arrow] Belgutey and Buri Boko wrestle'; and Otege-d-ey Cormaqan-i Baqtad irgen-tur Qalibay soltan-tur ayala-ul-bAy 'He [= Chinggis Qaan] sent [up arrow] Chormaqan of the Otegen on a campaign against the Baqtad people and the Qalibay Soltan' (Y480-81; so Y492, Y499); at least once we find this usage with 'he' = Ogodey Qaan as implied subject, and ayala-ul-bAy (Z282).
This was no small feat, as the exact requirements for moving cargo out of Umm Qasar were still unknown a week before the scheduled upload.
Washington, Logistics Support Area Adder, Iraq, June--December 2004, served as the Chief of the Contingency Contracting Office, led the Combined Joint Task Force (CJTF-7/ MNF-I) regional contracting office responsible for supporting Multi-National Forces--Iraq, operating in southern Iraq, from Najaf to Umm Qasar.
He's either never been to Umm Qasar or he's never been to Southampton.