The army forces regained control over the entire square where the demonstration was taking place, after it had been the operating ground and haven for many militant groups in the area.
What does AFOR stand for?
AFOR stands for Army Forces
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of AFOR
- Association for the Freedom of Oppressed Plushies
- Association Française des industries de l'Optique et de la Photonique
- Association of Farmworker Opportunity Programs
- African Oil Palm Development Association
- Air Force Outreach Program Office
- Armed Forces Overarching Personnel Strategy (UK)
- Air Force Officer Qualifying Test
- Air Force Officer Qualifying Test Score
- Advances in Futures and Options Research (finance)
- Alternative Form of Regulation (governmental business regulation)
- Association for Orthopaedic Research (Switzerland)
- Assumption of Full Operational Responsibility (US Navy)
- Automated Forces
- Air Force Office of Research Analysis
- Alliance for Democracy (Malawi)
- Adiministradora de Fondos para el Retiro (Spanish)
- Air Force Operational Reporting System
- Air Force Operational Interoperability Requirements Group
- Air Force Operations Resource Management System
- Association pour la Formation et le Perfectionnement du Personnel des Entreprises Industrielles de la Région Parisienne (French: Association for Training and Staff Development of Industrial Companies of the Paris Region)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Kirkuk / NINA /--A protester killed by army troops and a number of the two sides wounded after clash that brook out between protesters and the army forces in Hawija districte of Kirkuk province where army troops stationed around the sit-in yard.
A number of protesters headed this afternoon to al-Ahrar square in central Mosul to continue their sit-in, but they were surprised by army forces shooting in air to disperse them," a number of citizens told Aswat al-Iraq news agency.
Army civilians and contractors support the Army's ability to mobilize, deploy, employ and sustain Army forces at home and abroad.