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LOELow Earth Orbit
LOELeague of Explorers (Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft Expansion)
LOELey Orgánica de Educación (Spanish)
LOELegend of Edda (role-playing game)
LOELegends of Equestria (gaming)
LOELevel Of Effort
LOELack of Efficacy
LOELevel of Evidence (evidence-based medicine)
LOELights Out Edition
LOELaw on Enterprises (Vietnam)
LOELanguage Other than English.
LOELimited Objective Experiment
LOELetter of Explanation
LOELack of Effort
LOELive Operating Environment
LOELoss Of Energy
LOELoss of Exclusivity (pharmaceuticals going off-patent)
LOELetter Of Evaluation
LOELetter of Equivalency
LOELetter of Engagement
LOELine Operational Evaluation (aviation; Advanced Qualification Program)
LOELine of Effort (US DoD; US NASA)
LOELength of Employment
LOELine Oriented Evaluation
LOELesbians On Ecstacy (band)
LOELetter Of Employment
LOELight-Off Examination
LOELack of Entertainment
LOELimit of Error
LOELegacy of Excellence (award)
LOELost on Earth (gaming)
LOELearning and Organizational Effectiveness
LOELove, As Ever (complimentary closing to letters of endearment)
LOELanding on Earth
LOELimit Of Exploitation
LOELoss Of Effect
LOELife of Edition (publishing)
LOELetter of Excellence
LOELegends of Eternity
LOELevel of Edit
LOELine of Engagement
LOELoss of Excitation (generator protection)
LOELoss of Earning Evaluation
LOELease and Operating Expense
LOELegions of Evil (computer game)
LOELords of Eriador (gaming guild)
LOELocal Order Entry
LOELength of Engagement
LOELetter of Execution
LOELesão Ocupando do Espaço (Portuguese: Occupying Lesion Area; neurology)
LOELiving Off Equity
LOELimited Object Expert (related to Business Objects in IT software development)
LOELeft Otitis Externa
LOELoyalty Over Everything (band)
LOELoyal Order of Elbows
LOELiquid Organic Energy (vegetable oil and fat fuel)
LOELevel-Over-Ethernet
LOELimit of Operating Envelope (nuclear power operation)
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Line of Effort 1 (Prioritise Strategic and Economic Competition) -- This LOE directly addresses the challenges of increasing strategic competition, and enables the US government to prioritise allocation of its resources to overcome those challenges.
Lines of Effort and Desired End States Line of Effort #1: Organize and Build the SIGINT End State Force LOE 1 End State: An agile SIGINT force structure The Army SIGINT capable of being task-organized based on METT-TC Strategy and which is integrated within Army formations describes a to enable the conduct of operational and path which tactical SIGINT during large-scale combat results in operations; supports professional technical highly trained, and leader development of Army SIGINT Soldiers; doctrinally and integrates fully with the requirements sound, and and processes of the United States SIGINT well-equipped System (USSS).
The media has become a second equally important line of effort with the development and spread of the Internet and cable television.
So, the airstrikes in support of this new line of effort is considerable." As for operations in Syria, Davis said that the area in and around the town of Tabqah remains the focus of effort.
The Business Line of Effort encapsulates not only the running of the network, but also the acquisition and life cycle management of cyber systems.
The first, and arguably most, critical line of effort is the political one, as has also been noted, which is led by the State Department.
The battalion put Families as its first line of effort and top priority.
Winning along this line of effort requires creating stable, functioning, and extremist resistant indigenous communities under a political regime they consider legitimate.
pointman on Iraq, Brett McGurk, had "discussed several measures to advance the military line of effort against ISIL," Psaki said.
The Force Employment line of effort focuses on changes to force employment that enables the Army to operate differently.
By focusing thought on one problem or line of effort at a time, it is much easier for the sustainer to detail assessment criteria, risk, and critical information requirements.