AIF

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AcronymDefinition
AIFAmerican Indian Foods (est. 1998)
AIFAnnual Information Form
AIFArgumenty I Fakty (Russian: Arguments and Facts; newspaper)
AIFApoptosis-Inducing Factor
AIFAustralians in Film
AIFAustralian Imperial Force (name of the Australian Army WWI & WWII)
AIFAsian Infrastructure Fund (various locations)
AIFArbeitsgemeinschaft Industrieller Forschungsvereinigungen (German: Federation of Industrial Research Associations)
AIFAccredited Investment Fiduciary
AIFAgence Intergouvernementale de la Francophonie (French: Intergovernmental Agency for Francophony)
AIFApplication Integration Framework (Microsoft Dynamics)
AIFAssociated Industries of Florida
AIFApplication Integration Framework
AIFAudio Interchange File
AIFAlberta Ingenuity Fund (Canada)
AIFAuto Increment Field (computing)
AIFAnti-Iraqi Forces
AIFAmbulance Inflation Factor
AIFArterial Input Function (clinical diagnostics)
AIFAttribute Inheritance Factor
AIFAccess Industry Forum (trade associations)
AIFAudio Interchange Format (file extension)
AIFArgument Interchange Format (abstract model)
AIFAttorney in Fact
AIFAirport Improvement Fee (Canada)
AIFAgence Internationale de la Francophonie
AIFArea Investment Framework (UK)
AIFAtomic Industrial Forum
AIFAmerica India Foundation
AIFAdobe Image Foundation (software)
AIFAir Interface (telecommunications)
AIFAssociation des Industries Ferroviaires (French: Railway Industry Association)
AIFAnimal Industry Foundation
AIFAdult Interactive Fiction (game)
AIFA-Interface (GSM Signal Interface Between BSC and MSC)
AIFaortic-iliac-femoral
AIFArbejderbevægelsens Internationale Forum (Danish: Labor Movement International Forum)
AIFAuthorised Investment Fund
AIFAustralian Infantry Force
AIFAnalog Interface
AIFAlliance Internationale des Femmes (French)
AIFAssistance Information Form (US FEMA)
AIFATHENA (Advanced Technologies for Interoperability of Heterogeneous Enterprise Networks and Their Applications) Interoperability Framework (EU)
AIFArmy Industrial Fund
AIFAnalytical Imaging Facility (Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University; Bronx, NY)
AIFAutomated Installation Intelligence File
AIFAutomated Intelligence File
AIFAssured Isolation Facility
AIFAssociation des Industriels de France (French: Manufacturers' Association of France)
AIFAtheists in Foxholes
AIFAirborne, Inhabited, Fighter (military aviation)
AIFAssociation of Inter Church Families (Ireland)
AIFAssociation des Ingénieurs Forestiers (French: Association of Forest Engineers)
AIFAll in Fee
AIFAutomated Installation File
AIFAgent Interoperability Facility
AIFAlternative Investments Forum
AIFAriya Imperial Force (gaming community)
AIFAuxiliary Information File
AIFAssociate Injury Frequency
AIFAtomic Industries Forum
AIFArmy Installation File (US Army)
AIFAir Intelligence Force
AIFAides Individuelles à la Formation (French: Individual Aid for Training)
AIFAtomic International Forum
AIFAgInput Finance
AIFAir Inlet Filter
AIFAvionics Integrated Fuzing
AIFArmy Industrial File
AIFAl-Imdaad Foundation (South Africa)
AIFAdvertising In Focus (Canada)
References in periodicals archive ?
The goals were to clear the routes for coalition forces and deny the anti-Iraqi forces terrain and freedom of maneuver.
The small town, located just outside of the city of Bayji, is home to anti-Iraqi forces who are either actively involved in the insurgency or fund it, officials said.
Its aim was to 'facilitate orderly government processes, kill or capture anti-Iraqi forces and set the conditions to proceed with quality of life improvements.
Since it was nearly impossible for Soldiers to distinguish between less threatening detainees and cold-blooded, anti-Iraqi forces captured while planting improvised explosive devices on the side of a road, all detainees were treated with respect at all times.
During their deployment, the 412th found IEDs on job sites, were attacked by anti-Iraqi forces while on convoys and reconnaissance missions, and had mortars or rockets land near their work site or living area.
THE Camp Bucca internment facility, located in southern Iraq near the Kuwaiti border, underwent numerous improvements over the last few months in preparation for its role as the Army's primary internment facility for members of anti-Iraqi forces.
After years of anti-Iraqi forces activity, the main supply routes (MSRs) and alternate supply routes (ASRs) of Iraq have become riddled with craters.
The 172d SBCT's mission priorities were to train and transition battlespace to the Iraqi Security Forces (ISFs) and neutralize the anti-Iraqi forces (AIFs).
The pinnacle achievement of the heavy rescue unit, known as Rescue One, was its actions in response to an anti-Iraqi forces bombing in the Ghazaliyah section of Baghdad on 29 December 2004.
Using some form of improvised explosives placed deep inside existing culverts, anti-Iraqi forces had created the craters along a three-lane road, which closed the westbound lanes to civilian traffic.
These infrastructure projects created numerous local employment opportunities, stimulated the economy, and reduced the ability of anti-Iraqi forces to recruit.
Sanitation involves identifying and eliminating potential IED emplacement sites and hide sites used by anti-Iraqi forces.