POLAD

AcronymDefinition
POLADPolitical Advisor
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In the 1990s, the POLAD assignment was not viewed with excessive admiration by the Department and the Foreign Service promotion system.
I attended the 2015 Conference of the American Armies (CAA) in November in Bogota as a Department of State foreign policy advisor, or POLAD, assigned to U.S.
Scattered 66; 62% Europe (Central & East) 21; 20% Europe (South) 1; 1% Europe (Central & East & South) 4; 4% Polad & Russia 2; 2% Poland & Turkey 1; 1% Poland & Hungary 1; 1% Poland & Germany 1; 1% Poland 9; 8% Note: Table made from pie chart.
Sky, a British native and graduate of Oxford, served in Iraq as the representative of the Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA) in Kirkuk from 2003-2004 and as the political advisor (POLAD) to GEN Raymond Odierno from 2007-2011 in spite of her vocal opposition to the invasion of Iraq in 2003.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Azerbaijan is ready to consider participation possibility in the organization of the Iranian oil supply for Russia via the model of trilateral swap agreements, Azerbaijani Ambassador to Russia Polad Bulbuloglu said.
Azerbaijan's ambassador to Russia Polad Bul-Bul-ogly called the incident's
Some COCOMs also have a political advisor (POLAD) assigned to the commander to serve as an interface with the civilian portion of the national security establishment as well as the ambassadors and embassy staffs of countries that fall under the COCOM commander's UCP mandate.
A member of Afghanistan's Academy of Sciences, Akbar Jan Polad, said a new great game was ongoing in the region and the attack on Khalid was part of it.
A statement on Monday said that the Chief Executive Officer of the Company, Hirofumi Nagao, along with President of Pakistan Association of Automotive Parts and Accessories Manufactures (PAAPAM), Aamir Allahwala, and Polad Merwan Polad, Pak Suzuki Dealers Representative, presented a cheque of Rs.20 million to the Japanese Consulate.
Reference ID Created Released Classification Origin 09KABUL2246 2009-08-06 05:05 2010-11-29 21:09 SECRET Embassy Kabul Appears in these articles: nytimes.com VZCZCXYZ0001 OO RUEHWEB DE RUEHBUL #2246 2180528 ZNY SSSSS ZZH O 060528Z AUG 09 ZDK FM AMEMBASSY KABUL TO SECSTATE WASHDC IMMEDIATE 0662 S E C R E T KABUL 002246 SIPDIS DEPARTMENT FOR SRAP, SCA/A, INL, EUR/PRM, INR, OSD FOR FLOURNOY, CENTCOM FOR CG CJTF-82, POLAD, JICENT KABUL FOR COS USFOR-A E.O.
Department of State's Foreign Policy Advisor/Political Advisor (POLAD) to the USTRANSCOM Commander