ASCOPE

AcronymDefinition
ASCOPEASEAN Council on Petroleum
ASCOPEArea Structures Capabilities Organizations People and Events (characteristics of civil considerations during a military campaign)
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How could the target's role change within the ASCOPE categories?
As a part of the ongoing initiative to expand its direct sales force, Ambu and Tri-anim have mutually agreed to fully transition the sales of aScope products to Ambu.
In a JIIM-centric mission, units typically research their PMESII (political, military, economic, social, infrastructure, and information) or ASCOPE (areas, structures, capabilities, organizations, people, and events) analyses throughout planning processes.
En la provincia de Ascope se han determinado cuatro sitios donde fueron registradas pequenas poblaciones (6 - 40 ind.): en Dos Rayas, en una area aproximada de 10 ha y distante unos 6 km al oeste de La Arenita.
These areas are analyzed by looking at political, military, economic, social, information, infrastructure, physical environment and time (PMESII-PT) (pronounced pem-e-SEE) (which applies to operational variables), METT-TC (which applies to mission variables, including mission, enemy, terrain, and troops available) and ASCOPE (defined as areas, structures, capabilities, organizations, people, and events and pronounced A scope), (91) which involves the political, military, economic and other societal and infrastructure factors, known as civil considerations.
Layug as Moderator, global and regional outlook and perspectives for LNG will be presented by Philippine National Oil Company President Antonio Cailao, the Secretary-in-charge of the ASEAN Council on Petroleum (ASCOPE) Victorino S.
One year later, the Banco de Ascope, from Trujillo, also opened to the public.
The single use Ambu aScope 2[TM] (Ambu, Ballerup, Denmark) provides a flexible-optic alternative to fibreoptic scopes although the cable diameter precludes the use of airway exchange catheters (2).