The platoon also processed numerous military-aged males and helped identify twelve anti-Iraqi forces (AIF).
What does AIF stand for?
AIF stands for Anti-Iraqi Forces
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We have 158 other meanings of AIF in our Acronym Attic
- All in Fee
- Alliance Internationale des Femmes (French)
- Alternative Investments Forum
- Ambulance Inflation Factor
- America India Foundation
- American Indian Foods (est. 1998)
- Analog Interface
- Analytical Imaging Facility (Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University; Bronx, NY)
- Animal Industry Foundation
- Annual Information Form
- Apoptosis-Inducing Factor
- Application Integration Framework (Microsoft Dynamics)
- Arbeitsgemeinschaft Industrieller Forschungsvereinigungen (German: Federation of Industrial Research Associations)
- Arbejderbevægelsens Internationale Forum (Danish: Labor Movement International Forum)
- Area Investment Framework (UK)
- Argument Interchange Format (abstract model)
- Argumenty I Fakty (Russian: Arguments and Facts; newspaper)
- Ariya Imperial Force (gaming community)
- Army Industrial File
Samples in periodicals archive:
lt;p>The statement added "Mushtaq Nuri Al-Turbuli is suspected of leading a Jaysh Rijal al-Tariq al-Naqshabandi cell and anti-Iraqi forces responsible for conducting explosive attacks and threatening to kill local Iraqi leaders.
While the rape-murder had initially been attributed to local anti-Iraqi forces by the neighbors who had responded to the fire, the news that it had in fact been perpetrated by Americans solidified the Janabi tribal allegiance to AQI in Iraq, enabling the establishment of a full-fledged training facility in the ruins of ancient Sippar and the village.
There was also a potential risk that anti-Iraqi forces might obtain information on specialist equipment.
20pm Baghdad time a convoy, protected by Unity Resources Group (URG) came under heavy fire from a large group of anti-Iraqi forces.
These operations resulted in disrupting the anti-Iraqi forces (AIF) in Baghdad and the surrounding area and the Coalition Forces' establishing firm bases.
They contribute to 1st Brigade's superior C2 advantage over anti-Iraqi Forces and prove the overall benefit of the BCT concept.
15), for instance, offers the following: In Iraq, US Marine Corps F/A-18s conducted a strike against anti-Iraqi forces near Ramadi.