Building contracts are further the service of repairing gear sets, shafts and drives auxiliary systems and components, the provision of professional services, training, and personnel training services Air Police, including the provision of technical support to ensure the operation of helicopters EC 135T2 +.
What does AP stand for?
AP stands for Air Police
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We have 193 other meanings of AP in our Acronym Attic
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- Aerial Platform
- Affirmative Procurement
- Affleck's Palace
- After Peak
- Aged Parent
- Aggregation Point
- Agouti Protein
- Agrarian Party
- Aided Pilotage
Samples in periodicals archive:
He said the committee met with all sides responsible for solving the Hodeida Airport land dispute, including the Air Defense leadership, Air Police, the AGPA and other investors who were granted plots of Hodeida Airport land.
The study controlled for other factors that influence youth tobacco use, including individual, family and school characteristics as well as state tobacco control measures, including state cigarette taxes, smoke-free air polices and tobacco control funding.
Full story: Page 9 Air police fears CONTROVERSIAL plans which could halve the police air support unit in the North are being discussed by bosses from three forces today.
The US Air Force has for some time issued Federal jacketed hollowpoint 9mm for the Berettas carded by Air Police and base security personnel.
Over the course of some 100 books, taking in the second world war and post-war activity in the Special Air Police, they were joined by Bertie (Lord Bertie Lissie).
Since the early years of Air Police, to the 1966 change to Security Police, and to your current title of Security Forces, your protection mission has continued to evolve.
22, 2003, according to the Chitose Airbase Air Police Squadron.