During his two-day visit to Tunisia, the Libyan official visited the National Civil Defence Board.
What does DB stand for?
DB stands for Defence Board
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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- Death Benefit (insurance)
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- Debug (assembly language ASM51 assembler control)
- Declining Balance
- Dedicated Buffer
- Deed Book (Recorder of Deeds)
Samples in periodicals archive:
A Ministry of Defence spokesman said that the Defence Board would be considering a report on the "new employment model" in the summer.
He wants fewer top military leaders sitting on the Defence Board - the military planning committee - and greater control over major projects.
The chiefs of the Army, Royal Navy and RAF are to be removed from the decision-making Defence Board chaired by Dr Fox.
I have made it clear for some time that I wanted a smaller defence board so that we take decisions in a much more coherent way, so that the alignment of the responsibility for spending and government policy are in one place but at the same time to ensure that those who are responsible for running the Armed Forces have greater freedom to do so," he told BBC Breakfast TV.
But the practical work is done by the Defence Board, which is non- ministerial and meets once a month.
The rules of the 2005 accord allow both the SPLA and northern Sudan Armed Forces (SAF) to replenish arms, as long as they have the approval of a north-south Joint Defence Board.
The eight-member delegation of the Sudan People's Liberation Army is composed of seven generals and led by Maj Gen Kuol Arob, who heads the Joint Technical Committee of the Joint Defence Board in SPLA.