SFOR


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AcronymDefinition
SFORStabilization Force
SFORSecurity Force
SFORSyracuse Festival of Races (Syracuse, NY)
SFORSustainment Forces (US military)
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(SFOR) is headquartered in Edison, N.J., and can be reached at www.strikeforcetech.com or by phone at (732) 661-9641 or toll-free at (866) 787-4542.
The new SFOR permits single family offices to provide services to a single family.
International missions in Bosnia -- first Ifor, then Sfor -- were deployed from December 1995 to cement the fragile peace agreement which ended the Bosnian war after more than three years
Four ministers in the cabinet, a Rajya Sabha sfor confidant MS Mahara and he even gets to select the Speaker.
The southern forest (SFOR) of the CWMA and Wapusk NP is primarily open forest dominated by Picea glauca (Moench) Voss (white spruce) and Picea mariana (Mill) BSP (black spruce).
In December 2004, the European Union (EU) launched a EU-led military operation in Bosnia Herzegovina, Operation EUFOR ALTHEA, which was authorized by The United Nations Security Council as a legal successor to SFOR, the previous NATO led operation in the region.
A spokesman for the award-winning contractors said it was "pretty unlikely" that a buyer sfor the firm would be found.
Valiquette L, Montorsi F, Auerbach Sfor the Vardenafil Study Group.
KAY (SFOR. Describes the company's business and its background; prospects for the industry, with positive and negative trends; competitive threats; strategic opportunities for the firm including its marketing plans and acquisition potential; management strength and organization; and the financial prospects of the firm looking forward.
A total of 85% think there will be more charg e sfor NHS tre a tments while 80% believe the health service should prioritise funding for the most important services.
participation in an IFOR follow-on force in Bosnia, known as SFOR (Stabilization Force), under NATO command.
While NATO's Stabilization Force (SFOR) mission ended in December 2004, an Enduring Mission in Bosnia and Herzegovina (EM-BiH) continued, albeit without funding from the Department of the Army.