BIAPBaghdad International Airport (Baghdad, Iraq)
BIAPBroadband Interactive Applications (BIAP Systems, Inc.)
BIAPBovine Intestinal Alkaline Phosphatase (biochemistry)
BIAPBritain in Asia Pacific (chamber of commerce organization)
BIAPBase Information Analysis Program
BIAPBiuro Inzynierskie Automatyki Przemyslowej (Polish industrial automation and propulsion systems company)
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Once they arrived at the civilian side of BIAP, sometimes TDS and sometimes Government paralegals, would drive to the civilian side of the airport (which was located outside of the VBC US-manned perimeter, but inside an Iraqi Army-manned perimeter) and pick them up.
Although the Federal Aviation Administration still considers BIAP, and many other airfields in Iraq, too dangerous for U.
Both Balad and BIAP were considered due to their central location between the other Iraqi air bases and represent the first and second, respectively, greatest amount of weekly demand when compared to all other Iraqi bases.
Douglass says the firm faithfully fulfilled the terms of its contract to protect BIAP and that the airport had no major security breaches during the period Custer Battles was in charge.
When the primary Baghdad camp moved from West BIAP, HSC soldiers surveyed an area that was later known as Camp Victory North.
Prior to the start of each semester, BIAP disseminates brochures and email distribution list queries to faculty across disciplines.
In accordance with the BIAP classification, hearing loss was confirmed when hearing thresholds were higher than 20dB HL at the following frequencies: 500Hz, 1000Hz, 2000Hz, and 4000Hz (18,24).
A analise dos resultados da audiometria tonal seguiu a classificacao proposta pelo BIAP (1997), que considera a media dos limiares de audibilidade por via aerea nas frequencias de 500, 1000, 2000 e 4000Hz, sendo considerado como limite de normalidade ate 20dBNA para esta media [21].
6 (MNC-I funding of the BIAP Economic Zone was partly designed "to recognize the GOI's contribution to the war effort.
Sheikh Ahmed Abdul-Ghafor al-Samaraee, head of the Sunni Endowment, and a number of the Iraqi clans' chiefs attended the process of releasing the 300 detainees from Cropper Prison near BIAP.
For this reason, the battalion commander decided to establish a presence at BIAP in addition to the presence in Tallil mandated by CFLCC.