They have got people who will tell them what is going on within the Afghan National Security Forces, within the Afghan government, within the locally employed civilians, even in military bases.
What does LEC stand for?
LEC stands for Locally Employed Civilian
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 227 other meanings of LEC in our Acronym Attic
- Liquid Encapsulated Czochralsky (crystal growth method)
- Little East Conference (athletics)
- Livestock Equipment Council
- Living Enrichment Center (Oregon)
- Local Emergency Coordinator
- Local Employment Committee
- Local Engineering Change
- Local Engineering Competition (Board of European Students of Technology; Aalborg University; Denmark)
- Local Exchange Carrier (telephony)
- Local Exchange Companies
- Lockheed Electronics Company
- Lodge Executive Committee Meeting (Order of the Arrow, Tamegonit Lodge 147, Heart of America Council, Boy Scouts of America)
- Logan Entertainment Centre (Australia)
- Logical Equivalence Check (engineering, electronics, design automation, formal verification)
- London European Club (London, UK)
- London Euston Crewe (UK engineers line reference)
- Long Evans Cinnamon (rat species)
- Low Emissions Combustion
- LucasArts Entertainment Company LLC (computer game company)
- Lumped Element Circulator
Samples in periodicals archive:
They have got people who tell them what is going on within the Afghan National Security Forces, the Afghan government, within locally employed civilians, even in military bases.
It explained that ,ilitary personnel numbers will be adjusted through tour length management, while for locally employed civilians, "a preference exercise will be conducted in accordance with the Civilian Employment Regulations, offering alternative employment (if suitable employment opportunities are available) or an early release package.
They have got people who will tell them what is going on both within the Afghan government, within the locally employed civilians even in military bases.