LOAC

AcronymDefinition
LOACLaw Of Armed Conflict
LOACLight Optical Aerosol Counter
LOACLake Ontario Archives Conference
LOACLoss of Attitude Control (International Space Station)
LOACLife of a Colonist (gaming, World of Warcraft map)
LOACLogistics Officer Advanced Course
LOACLocal Office Advisory Committee (various locations)
LOACLetter of Authorized Cargoes
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Furthermore, you may be part of the main effort to help train partners on military law, LOAC, and other areas that build the legal capacity to help "prevent, shape, and win."
'It is pertinent to state that we are particularly guided by LOAC, which forms part of both domestic and international humanitarian laws that regulate the conduct of armed hostilities.
LOAC is an international law that exists to protect those affected by conflict and to regulate the means of warfare that are used (Solis 2016).
That said, editorial sincerity and several excellent chapters likely will not convince traditional security professionals to support applying the LOAC as a guide to dealing with these emerging threats.
Vivek Sehrawat, Legal Status of Drones under LOAC and International Law, 5 PENN ST.
It is prohibited to make improper use of protective indicators that are set forth under the LOAC, such as the American Red Cross and Red Crescent.
Renard, J.-B., and Coauthors, 2016: LOAC: A small aerosol optical counter/sizer for ground-based and balloon measurements of the size distribution and nature of atmospheric particles--Part 1: Principle of measurements and instrument evaluation.
The LOAC has been defined as the part of international law that regulates the conduct of armed hostilities.
(2) Existing LOAC obligates military commanders making targeting decisions to consider the cascading and multiplying effects of explosive weapons on civilian populations when critical infrastructure such as power, water, sewage, and hospitals is concerned.
Engineer Captains Career Course students receive a block of ethically oriented instruction known as Lesson Plan U510, or Law of Armed Conflict (LOAC), which identifies the legal and moral implications of conduct in war.