NME

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NMEName
NMENew Musical Express
NMEEnemy
NMENavy Medicine East (Portsmouth, VA)
NMENightmare Enterprises
NMENippon Marine Enterprises (Japan)
NMENetwork Management Entity
NMENew Medium Enterprises
NMENetwork Monitoring and Evaluation
NMENorton Mobile Essentials
NMENetwork Module Enhanced
NMENormalized Mean Error
NMENew Molecular Entities (US FDA New Drug Approval reports)
NMENew Music Express (English weekly magazine)
NMENational Marriage Encounter (counseling; various locations)
NMENashville Mandolin Ensemble (Nashville, TN)
NMENeisseria Meningitidis
NMENetwork Management Ethernet
NMENational Magazine Exchange
NMENational Military Establishment (original name for the US Defense Department)
NMENew Medium Enterprises Inc.
NMENecrolytic Migratory Erythema
NMENew Miserable Experience (Gin Blossoms album)
NMENightmute AK (airport code)
NMENorwegian Maritime Exporters (Association of)
NMENational Museum of Ethnology (Japan)
NMENew Member Education
NMENon Mission Essential
NMENew Media Enterprises (Ameritech)
NMEAssociation of Norwegian Maritime Exporters (Oslo, Norway)
NMENorton Mobile Essentials (Symantec)
NMENecrotizing Meningoencephalitis
NMENissan Motorsport Europe
NMENetwork Management Equipment (Sprint)
NMEnon-milk extrinsic sugar
NMENoise Measuring Equipment
NMENo Mercy Ever (gaming)
NMENumber of Methods Extended
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The author then progresses through the post-war period, addressing planning for emerging threats, the unification fight with the US Air Force, evolution of the National Military Establishment into the Department of Defense, developments in China, the lead-up to the Korean War, European defense issues, and the creation and first years of NATO.
The title declared its purpose as "to promote the national security by providing for a Secretary of Defense, for a National Military Establishment ...
Kan also said at the news conference that he sees no problem concerning the recent remarks of DPJ head Yukio Hatoyama that the Self-Defense Forces (SDF) should be defined in the Constitution as the national military establishment.
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