DCAFDemocratic Control of Armed Forces
DCAFGeneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces (Geneva, Switzerland)
DCAFDistributed Console Access Facility
DCAFDepartment of Children and Families
DCAFDalmatian Club of America Foundation (Bloomington, IN)
DCAFDocument Control and Analysis File
DCAFDistribution and Control Analysis File
DCAFDesign Corrective Action Form
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Since commencing operations in 2013, DCAF has been steadily scaling up its operations, and the company now has four aircraft under management, including two Bombardier Challenger 604 [models], a Gulfstream G200, and a Bombardier Global XRS," he revealed.
Whether they are struggling mothers, frightened high school students, women facing tragic fetal anomalies or just someone who doesn't want to be pregnant anymore, DCAF fills in the critical missing piece of the access puzzle.
The management contracts will see DCAF provide full flight operational aircraft management services, continuous airworthiness management organisation and hangar parking at its facility at Al Maktoum International Airport.
This agreement will ensure that DCAF will remain the number one service provider for business and private jet operations in Aviation District at Dubai South.
The DCAF facility includes a 5,700 sq m state-of-the-art hangar, which has enough space to accommodate four ACJ or BBJ type aircraft of the heavy business jet category as well as two ultra-long range business jets.
Thus, DCAF embarked on a series of working group sessions with Palestinian service providers in order to learn more about the obstacles they face in their work with women and girls.
Almanak Turkiye 2005: Guvenlik Sektoru ve Demokratik Gozetim, istanbul, TESEV ve DCAF, 2005.
A Practitioner's View, Geneva: Center for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces DCAF, 2003, pp.
Security Governance and Post-conflict Peacebuilding, Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces, DCAF (Berlin: Lit Verlag, 2005, pp.
Joint meeting of the Subcommittee on Security and Defence and the NATO Parliamentary Assembly in association with the Geneva Centre for Democratic Control of the Armed Forces (DCAF) with Karl Von Wogau (EPP-ED, DE), Chair of the Subcommittee on Security and Defence, European Parliament, Achille Occhetto, Chairman, Delegation to the NATO PA, European Parliament, Mihail Lupoi, Vice-President, NATO Parliamentary Assembly and Dr Philipp Fluri, Executive Director, DCAF Brussels
Reforming and reconstructing the security sector', DCAF, Security Governance in Post-conflict Peace Building (Lit Verlag: Munster).
This scenario is a base for our discussion and used to demonstrate the DCAF prototype.