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Melissa Tallent and Senior Airman Andrea Uchiyama won gold in the tactical combat casualty competition at the 68th annual Congress of the Interallied Confederation of Reserve Officers military competition.
One important assignment came in 1950-51, when Sherman was a member of an interallied committee negotiating how the new NATO military commands would be structured.
Reserve officers, cadets, and midshipmen who had completed the Confederation Interalliee des Officiers de Reserve (CIOR)--(translated as Interallied Confederation of Reserve Officers) professional development course to compete in the annual North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) CIOR Military Skills Competition, with the ultimate goal of winning a gold medal.
Supervision of accounting related to cantonment construction; cooperation with government departments in scrutinizing contracts for supplies; service with government boards for review of excess-profits taxes, for price fixing, for property accountability, and for review of interallied transactions are some of the activities which will be remembered.
In April of 1922 a number of her works were exhibited in the foyer of the Paris Opera in conjunction with a display for a proposed interallied monument, the Pantheon of the Somme.
Nonetheless, most Cold Warriors averred that they must not allow the past to endanger interallied relations or overseas bases.
This follows Pilot's recent announcement (9/4/01) that it has become a wholly owned subsidiary of Interallied Group, Inc.
The annual Congress of the Interallied Confederation of Reserve Officers, which was originally scheduled to meet in July in Washington, D.
Prete vividly describes the many ways in which diverging strategies complicated interallied co-operation.
Pilot Therapeutics, a leading developer of therapeutics to treat chronic diseases, announced today that it has become a wholly owned subsidiary of Interallied Group, Inc.
in July for the annual Congress of the Interallied Confederation of Reserve Officers.
By May 1917, therefore, the watchdog Wilson was not only under something of a cloud but unemployed; even, perhaps, unemployable - so closely associated had he been with Nivelle's failure and with a period of unhappy interallied relations which neither Haig nor Robertson could be expected to forget quickly.

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