CTFP

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AcronymDefinition
CTFPCounterterrorism Fellowship Program (US DoD)
CTFPChattanooga Times Free Press (Chattanooga, TN)
CTFPCombating Terrorism Fellowship Program (formerly Counterterrorism Fellowship Program)
CTFPCombined Transportation Funding Program (Orange County Transportation Authority; California)
CTFPCherry Tree Family Practice (Orem, UT)
CTFPCertificate in Tax and Financial Planning
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Noting that, for many observers, the massive violence and seeming cult-like behavior of the Lord's Resistance Army mark it as a unique type of group resistant to normal avenues of analysis, Cline (an adjunct instructor for the Counterterrorism Fellowship Program, Center for Civil Military Relations, US Naval Postgraduate School) counters that it is possible to put the group in context in relation to historical antecedents; the larger political and ethnic environment in Uganda; the ideological and organizational aspects of other violent groups; and broader cultural and religious factors, a task which he seeks to accomplish within this text.
DOD has its own Counterterrorism Fellowship Program.
181) DOD contributes to the RSI panoply of programs through Section 1206 authority and the DOD Counterterrorism Fellowship Program (below), according to the State Department.
5M, the Regional Defense Counterterrorism Fellowship program ($20M), and O&M for the Warsaw Initiative and the Defense Regional Centers for Security Studies.
The Department of Defense Regional Counterterrorism Fellowship Program recently funded an especially productive and memorable DIILS MET Seminar to New Delhi, India on the Legal Aspects of Combating Terrorism.
effort to strengthen the ability of friends and allies to combat terrorism through the Regional Defense Counterterrorism Fellowship Program (CTFP), funded and administered through the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Special Operations and Low Intensity Conflict (ASD SO/LIC).
Programs such as Humanitarian Assistance and Mine Action (HAMA), the Counterterrorism Fellowship Program (CTFP), Training and Equipment, and Enhanced End-Use Monitoring have changed the nature of the work done in DSCA.
An integral part of this effort is Indonesia's participation in the Counterterrorism Fellowship Program (CTFP).
Tajikistan is now concluding the third year of its International Military Education and Training program and has also begun receiving funding under the Department of Defense Counterterrorism Fellowship Program in 2004.
Special Operations and Low Intensity Conflict looks to the National Defense University (NDU) School for National Security Executive Education (SNSEE) as the centerpiece of its Counterterrorism Fellowship Program.
These programs include the newly established Regional Defense Counterterrorism Fellowship Program, under which Pakistan has been allocated $1.