DMDC


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DMDCDefense Manpower Data Center
DMDCDefense Management Data Center
DMDCDelayed Memory Dependence Checking (computing)
DMDCDroit Médical et Dommage Corporel (French: Bodily Injury and Medical Law)
DMDCDigital Media Data Center (Ascent Media Group)
DMDCDisk Memory Drive Controller
DMDCDigital Marketing & Design Consultancy Ltd. (UK)
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(57.) DMDC, DoD Personnel, Workforce Reports & Publications.
The DMDC is the US Defense Department's personnel agency and collects data on American troops are serving in individual states and overseas countries.
You may also write the DMDC at the following address:
Our analysis is based on both healthcare administrative data from the SIDR housed by PASBA, and the Contingency Tracking System files capturing the US Army deployed Soldier population from DMDC. Both files are still subject to updates, changes, and corrections to the existing records.
Abbreviations: AIS = Abbreviated Injury Scale, BRAID = Blast-Related Auditory Injury Database, DMDC = Defense Manpower Data Center, DOD = Department of Defense, DOEHRS = Defense Occupational and Environmental Health Readiness System, DOEHRS-DR = DOEHRS-Data Repository, DOEHRS-HC = DOEHRS-Hearing Conservation, EMED = Expeditionary Medical Encounter Database, HCP = Hearing Conservation Program, HL = hearing level, ICD-9 = International Classification of Diseases-9th Revision, LFPTA = low-frequency pure-tone average, MDR = Military Health System Data Repository, MTF = military treatment facility, NIHL = noise-induced hearing loss, OSHA = Occupational Safety and Health Administration, PTA = pure-tone average, SD = standard deviation, VA = Department of Veterans Affairs.
DMDC identified all active duty personnel eligible to receive CSB as of December 31, 2007, that is, who had entered service on or after August 1, 1986 and had completed 15 years (180 months) of service since October 1,2000, along with the year they became eligible.
As of August 2012, military women served approximately 300,000 tours of duty in support of OIF and OEF, constituting 11% of the supporting forces (DMDC, 2012).
Scott Labs also does a brisk business selling Velcorin, the trade name for dimethyldicarbonate (DMDC), a very effective anti-microbial agent that is entirely legal, highly toxic if mishandled and rarely discussed in public.
(32.) The reports point out that these ethics questions were eliminated from MHATs after MHAT V based on input from the Defense Manpower Data Center (DMDC) and "human use" committees concerning the potential ethical issues associated with revelations about committing or witnessing war crimes.
According to the Defense Manpower Data Center (DMDC) of the Department of Defense, a total of 139 women had been killed in action in wartime Iraq and Afghanistan as of May 23, 201 1, and 721 had been wounded in action.
Medical Industries Ltd (TLV: DMDC, NASDAQ: DMED) announced today a price of USD7 (EUR5.3) per share for the initial public offering (IPO) in the US of 1,500,906 of its ordinary shares.