UKMCC

AcronymDefinition
UKMCCUnited Kingdom Mission Control Centre (Aeronautical Rescue Coordination Center)
UKMCCUnited Kingdom Modified Car Club (online community)
UKMCCUnited Kingdom Mathematics Courseware Consortium
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"The build has a 30-year design life and is testament to the commitment of the UKMCC in Bahrain as before we have only ever had temporary buildings and this is what we usually have in other locations like Afghanistan," said project manager Royal Engineer Major Ros Elliott.
The UKMCC headquarters was formed in November 2001, with just eight people.
British Ambassador Simon Martin and UKMCC Commander and Deputy Commander of the Combined Maritime Forces Commodore Steve Dainton will do the first two Bible readings.
He said the historic ship's ring was dispatched by Commander Morris in Dubai via HMS Atherstone that was making a port call to Bahrain and safely delivered to UKMCC.
The BD6.3 million expansion of the UK Maritime Component Command (UKMCC) complex in Juffair, which constitutes Britain's largest maritime forces investment on foreign soil, is complete.
The original maritime headquarters was built in 2001 when there was a head count of just eight people, but there are now more than 80 British personnel working for the UKMCC.
WORK has started on a multi-million dinar expansion of the UK Maritime Component Command (UKMCC) complex in Juffair.
MANAMA: Work has started on a multi-million dinar expansion of the UK Maritime Component Command (UKMCC) complex in Juffair.
WORK is due to start on a $9.7 million (BD3.6m) expansion of the UK Maritime Component Command (UKMCC) complex in Juffair, as Britain increases its military presence in Bahrain.
Work is due to start in the coming months on a $9.7 million (BD3.6m) expansion of the UK Maritime Component Command (UKMCC) complex, which sits alongside the US Fifth Fleet Naval Headquarters in Juffair.
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