Wilmink, Commander, Land Forces Central Europe, recounted an incident when he directed a subordinate contingent to reallocate assets to another national force.
What does COMMLANDFOR stand for?
COMMLANDFOR stands for Commander, Land Forces
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Commander, Mine Warfare Command
- Communications Intelligence (usually seen as COMINT)
- Community Impact Team (Colorado Springs, CO police)
- Community Intervention Trial for Smoking Cessation (National Cancer Institute)
- Coordinated Mekong Ministerial Initiative against Trafficking
- Cultivating Obedience, Ministering Mercy, Internalizing Truth (mother/daughter conference)
- COMMerce Information Technology Solutions Contract (U.S. Department of Commerce)
- Communications Officer
- WESTPAC Central Intelligence
- Cooperative Measurement and Modeling of Open Networked Systems
- Ontology of Communication Technology (IEEE Communications Society)
- Communications Operator
- Communications Plan
- Combined Monitoring-Based and Modelling-Based Priority Setting
- Combat Radius Capability
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Michael Ashton, a Christadelphian FROM THE PAST ON THIS DAY Birthdays: Royal dressmaker Elizabeth Emanuel, 47; tennis player Mark Cox, 57; English National Opera musical director Paul Daniel, 42; actor Philip Madoc, 66; economist and Nobel Prize winner Sir James Mirrlees, 64; former commander, Land Forces, Falkland Islands, Major General Sir Jeremy Moore, 72; Bass plc chairman and chief executive Sir Ian Prosser, 57.