KCIA

AcronymDefinition
KCIAKorean Central Intelligence Agency
KCIAKing County International Airport (aka Boeing Field; Washington)
KCIAKuwait City International Airport
KCIAKansas Crop Improvement Association
KCIAKnight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics (John S. and James L. Knight Foundation)
KCIAKorean Cosmetic Industry Association (South Korea)
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Starring Park Won-sang in the central role, it offers an unflinching look at the various torture methods used by the KCIA and has been greeted with a huge amount of interest -- and critical acclaim -- here at the festival.
However, CRAF aircraft continued to operate primarily out of KCIA due to chemical/biological and surface-to-air threats and the lack of ground security at many sites.
The nine bases (or nodes) included in the STARS throughout February 2004 were Baghdad, Mosul, Tallil, Kirkuk, Balad, AAS, KCIA, Al Udeid, and Bahrain.
After the KCIA brass has hurriedly arranged a dinner at a sprawling manse that doubles as a KCIA safe house, Kim, Cha and Yang arrive with the women--and a retinue of bodyguards--for an evening's private entertainment of song, food and drink.
The only legal union, the Federation of Korean Trade Unions (FKTU), was under tight government control and thoroughly penetrated by the Korean CIA (KCIA).
Ten months later, in the most spectacular assault against Kim - and the one that made him an international figure he was kidnapped by the Korean Central Intelligence Agency (KCIA) from a Tokyo hotel and taken blindfolded and gagged aboard a secret police vessel.
South Korea's strongman, President Park Chung-hee, had been "incapacitated", one report suggested, but the scene at the party -- the Korean Central Intelligence Agency (KCIA) headquarters -- was shocking.
On October 24, 1997, the Georgetown Crime Prevention and Community Council (a citizens' group that is also a member of US-CAW) sent Seattle officials a letter opposing expansion of Seattle's King County International Airport (KCIA).
Furthermore, in order to utilize the National Security Planning Agency (a new name for the KCIA) during the coming presidential election, despite strong opposition, President Kim Young-Sam decided to pass, as a package with the new labor act, the National Security Planning Agency Act.