DTOS

AcronymDefinition
DTOSDesign to Order Service
DTOSDeployable Tactical Operations System (USACE)
DTOSDistributed Trusted Operating System
DTOSDigital Technical Order System
DTOSDivision Tactical Operations System
DTOSDedicated Technician on Site
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"DTOs reportedly dumped their contrabands overboard to be retrieved later by their local contacts using nets delivered in nearby coastal areas," he noted.
DTOs and CTOs have also been instructed to submit reports, regarding action taken on the given orders, on Nov 15 and 30 respectively to proceed further into the matter.
Declared Training Organisations (DTO) have been given formal approval by the European Commission, overcoming the final hurdle in establishing the new flight training category.
A Detention and Training Order (DTO) is issued to young offenders in the UK who have committed a serious crime or several offences for which different punishments are imposed.
In December 2006, shortly after his contentious election to the Mexican presidency, Felipe Calderon declared a "war" on DTOs to be led by the Mexican military and federal law enforcement.
In this manner, DEA is able to identify, target, and dismantle the entire global spectrum of the DTO. DEA's foreign offices are tasked with four principle missions:
These DTOs use the Philippine banking system, commercial enterprises, and particularly casinos, to transfer drug proceeds from the Philippines to offshore accounts, it said.
The term "dynamic" illustrates the capacity of non-conventional armed actors, such as DTOs, gangs, and other criminal networks, to adapt and transform their activities, modes of organization, and geographical scope relatively quickly.
competition within and between the drug trafficking organizations (DTOs)
As the civil wars wound down in the early 1990s, a nexus between Mexican and Colombian drug trafficking organizations (DTOs) emerged.