CIOR

AcronymDefinition
CIORConfédération Interalliée des Officiers de Réserve
CIORChief's Internal Organizational Review (Canada)
CIORCrew Irregular Operations Report (aviation)
CIORCentro de Investigaciones de Oriente (Guatemala)
CIORCast-Iron Oval Roaster (cookware)
CIORConfidence Intervals of Odds Ratio
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The CIOR represents approximately 1 million reservists from 36 nations worldwide.
More than 250 athletes participate in CIOR's military competition each year.
The limits of concentrations variations of these compounds as well as the CIOR clinker values determined are given in the Table-3.
Table-3: Limits of concentrations variations of these compounds as well as the CIOR clinker values determined
The Center reevaluated its end customer, deciding that the Department of Defense would be better served with well-trained, cohesive combat teams than with the prestige of winning the CIOR competition among our allies.
Even though it's no longer the primary mission, the Center still trains selected Reserve officers to compete in the annual NATO CIOR Military Skills Competition.
"For most on the team this is a one-shot deal, and the only competition they'll do with CIOR," said LTC Bob Thompson, who heads CIOR training.
"CIOR challenges officers mentally, physically and emotionally, and in extreme ways."
Ferguson twice led his team to gold in the veteran category, and he now coaches orienteering for the CIOR training camp.
The two-week CIOR training camp, which features world-class instruction in shooting and orienteering, is complemented by plenty of training on the running and swimming obstacle courses.
The Construction Manpower and Development Foundation (CMDF) has recently organized a collaborative workshop to further develop the Construction Industry One Registry System (CIORS) concept.
The CIORS will serve as the pioneer online registry system in the Philippine construction industry to highlight relevant competencies of the construction human resource.