CMOC

AcronymDefinition
CMOCCivil-Military Operations Center (US DoD)
CMOCCheyenne Mountain Operations Center
CMOCCertified Manager of Condominiums (Real Estate Institute of Canada accreditation)
CMOCCanadian Mustang Owners Club
CMOCCivil-Military Object Class
CMOCCatastrophic Medical Operations Center
CMOCCivil-Military Operation Cell
CMOCChi Mei Optoelectronics (Corporation)
CMOCCaspi Meruerty Operating Co. BV (Kazakhstan)
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"We are really excited to see this project come to fruition and to watch Northparkes continue to develop and grow," CMOC Group Executive Chairman and CEO Steele Li said.
CMOC is primarily engaged in the mining, processing and marketing of mineral products.
In addition, Freeport has agreed to negotiate exclusively with CMOC to sell its interests in the Kokkola Cobalt Refinery in Finland for $100 million and the Kisanfu exploration project in DRC for $50 million, subject to the parties' entering into definitive agreements with respect to such separate transactions before 31 December 2016.
This past year, the concept of CMOC has resulted in limitation of ABIM's decade-long certification validity to those who participate and pay each year to maintain their certificates.
The only way to accomplish such a feat is increased intelligence augmentation to the CA battalion, and by extension, the deployed CMOC. This would require certified strategic debriefers to be assigned to support intelligence specifically by using Civil Affairs (primarily white and green) information.
The sale, which is expected to be settled by the end of this year, is subject to approvals from CMOC shareholders and regulators.
As disclosed in the prospectus, as a leader of the molybdenum industry, CMOC is China's largest in terms of reserve and China's largest and the world's fourth largest player in terms of output.
During the 1999 floods in Mozambique, an effective USAF-led Civil Military Operations Center (CMOC) served as a clearinghouse for information on relief flights for civilian and military actors and allowed the military to "fill in the gaps" and work in concert rather than in competition with NGOs.
The Department of Defense should develop Civil Military Operations Centers (CMOC) in much the same way as the SJFHQ (CE) model.
The Centre's web-based materials include video clips of children working with CMOC and discussing the frustrations and benefits associated with the medium.
To coordinate the humanitarian relief effort, the JTF will likely create a civil-military operations center (CMOC) and, in foreign humanitarian assistance (FHA), contribute personnel to a humanitarian operations center (HOC).
In July 2006, NORTHCOM announced the Cheyenne Mountain Operations Center (CMOC) was undergoing an 18-month transition with day-to-day operations moving from the underground complex 15 miles west of Peterson to the combined NORAD/NORTHCOM Command Center at Peterson.