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JFC

Abbreviation for:
Joint Formulary Committee
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Since the infrastructure in Liberia could not support OUA, the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) provided many commodities to enable the construction of JFC living areas and Ebola treatment units.
Captain Shackelford is the CBRN/force protection officer for JFC Brunssum, the Netherlands.
By law, the Services are responsible to raise, train, equip, and maintain ready forces for the JFC, and they lie at the heart of this collaborative network.
By law the services are responsible to raise, train, equip and maintain ready forces for the JFC and they lie at the heart of this collaborative network.
Freedom of action is the "effect" the JFC expects from joint logistics, and that effect is delivered at the tactical level.
Today's warfare tools are not limited to the theater of operation because many agencies and organizations in reach-back locations provide invaluable support to the JFC in such areas as communications and intelligence.
PIPE DREAMS: JFC Plastics is opening a factory near Warsaw, right
Access to an investment mandate differentiated through the inclusion of direct China A-share investments (subject to necessary regulatory approvals), the ability to utilize leverage and greater exposure to mid and small cap companies which JFC would seek to maintain for the enlarged fund at levels similar to those currently in place for JFC;
Shiraishi, however, pointed out the JFC agrees that old, redundant and unnecessary fiscal incentives are no longer necessary.
With the acquisition of more shares, JFC will have a more significant business in the United States.
JFC continues to eye store network expansion and renovation across the globe, as it is in line with its vision to be among the top five largest restaurant companies in the world.