FFIRFriendly Force Information Requirements
FFIRFoundation for Immunologic Research (est. 1989)
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(125) While EEFI consists of information that, if compromised, would jeopardize the mission, (126) CCIRs are elements of information that directly impact the mission and consist of priority information requirements (PIR) and friendly force information requirements (FFIRs).
As the authors of FFIR point out, however, the PRC and India are not large factors in global grain markets, and their rapid economic growth did not spill over directly into higher prices for wheat, corn, and soybeans.
The commander must be served with answers to real and complex issues without losing context as data is brought forward and presented as "truth." If the commander is served only with threat information (PIR) and friendly force information (FFIR), decisions can (and often do) skew toward security operations and leave civil considerations and capacity questions unresolved.
FFIR analysis of the degradation products was used to investigate the chemical structures.
The experiment was conducted in the Erfurter Laboratorium ffir experimentelle Wirtschaftsforschung (eLab) at the University of Erfurt, Germany.
Gas chromatography-mass spectroscopy (GC/MS), Fourier-transformed infrared spectroscopy (FFIR), nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (NMR), and flame atomic absorption spectrophotometry (FAAS) techniques were employed to characterize the chemical composition of fresh, used, and weathered used oil samples.
A reminder that Eisteddfod Gadeiriol Y Ffir, near Pwllheli (01766 810685) takes place on Saturday, April 6, and Eisteddfod Gadeiriol Mynytho (01758 740704) on Friday and Saturday, April 12 and 13.
Eignung von Orten ffir die Selektion bei Winterweizen.
Lagorio (Salzburg: Insitut ffir Anglistik und Amerikanistik, 1986); and Susan Dickman, "Margery Kempe and the Continental Tradition of the Pious Woman," 150-78 in The Medieval Mystical Tradition (1984).
Judge advocates should encourage their commanders to include undeclared caveats or new interpretations of declared caveats in the list of Friendly Force Information Requirements (FFIR).
PIRs, along with friendly force information requirements (FFIR), are part of what are known as commander's critical information requirements (CCIRs).