On Iraq's future as a country, and where it is headed, General Odierno told Gulf News: "When I took up my post as Commanding General of Multi-National Corps Iraq at the end of 2006, Iraq appeared to be heading towards all out civil war; tens of thousands of Iraqis had fled their homes; Baghdad had degenerated into armed, sectarian enclaves; and public support in the US for the war was waning.
What does MNCI stand for?
MNCI stands for Multi-National Corps Iraq
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- Military and Government
We have 2 other meanings of MNCI in our Acronym Attic
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- Maryland National Capital Homecare Association (Rockville, MD)
- Mati National Comprehensive High School (Mati, Davao Oriental, Phillipines)
- Mid North Coast Health Service (New South Wales, Australia)
- Maryland Netherlands Credit Insurance Company (Baltimore, MD)
- Maintenance Non-Computing (Module) Load
- Master Nuclear Certification List (US DoD)
- Melanesian NGO (Non-Government Organization) Centre for Leadership (Papua New Guinea)
- Multi National Consulting Lines, Inc. (Tulsa, OK)
- Master Chief Mineman (Naval Rating)
- Master of Network & Communications Management (degree program)
- Mastino Napoletano Club Nederland (Dutch: Neapolitan Mastiff Club Netherlands; breed club; est. 1985)
- MILSTAR (Military Strategic and Tactical Relay) NCA (National Command Authority) Conferencing Network (Ballistic Missile Defense System)
- Minnesota Council of Nonprofits
Samples in periodicals archive:
Chairman of the event, CAPT Greg Becht, Multi-National Corps Iraq (MNC-I) CJ8 LOGCAP Budget Officer, and Co-Chairman LCDR Jim Shelton, Contracting Officer with the Joint Contracting Command Iraq/Afghanistan planned the workshop in which over 30 Supply Corps officers and enlisted were in attendance with a 50/50 ratio of active duty and reserve status.
Although this group is not an official ASMC chapter, this collection of military comptrollers represents the coalition forces that make up the Multi-National Corps Iraq.