AEF


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AEF

Abbreviation for:
Aggregate External Finance (Medspeak-UK)
allogenic effect factor
aorto-enteric fistula
aryepiglottic fold
atrial ejection force
atrial ejection fraction
auditory-evoked field
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By the end of the war, the AEF had developed into a credible fighting force capable of successfully engaging the Germans in some of the most difficult terrain in France.
With the largest portion of their workforce in military service, the French were struggling to provide food and shelter for their own soldiers, and although they were enthusiastic supporters of the AEF, they had little left to offer the Americans.
Through the combat experiences of these four AEF divisions, the reader gains a new appreciation for the tremendous achievement of the United States armed forces.
The necessity of the AEF to Air Force recruiting and retention notwithstanding, this construct creates a far more capable base from which to prosecute what is shaping up to be a lengthy and arduous struggle.
The most recent AEF shipment of calves was disrupted by animal rights protesters.
We're still refining both the AEF and our Total Force concept increasing the AEF rotation period to 20 months and extending our deployments to 120 days to give theater commanders more continuity with our rotational forces.
As AEF units rotate, key functions--such as US Central Command's (USCENTCOM) combined air and space operations center (CAOC) located on Al Udeid Air Base, Qatar--lose expertise vital to long-term US goals.
Airmen serving the 365-day TDYs will receive short-tour credit and be exempt from AEF or other contingency deployments for six months following their return home.
The AEF has an annual budget of about $1 million, said Executive Secretary Haigoush Keghinian-Kohler.
Contingency contracting officers deploy as part of AEF packages.
The concept of AEF, based on the ancient Roman Legion, is to build fighting forces of small, mobile units capable of changing their tactics and organization to suit the fight at hand--with the added lethality of air and space assets.