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What does DFC stand for?

DFC stands for Deputy Force Commander (US DoD)

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General Singh was the deputy force commander in Congo when the incidents of sexual misconduct allegedly took place.
Madeira, as well as the Secretary-General's Special Representative and head of the UN Office for Central Africa, UNOCA, Abou Moussa, and Major-General Adrian Foster, the Deputy Force Commander of the UN Organisation Stabilisation Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, MONUSCO, spoke to reporters via video link from the Ugandan city of Entebbe, where they met to finalise the details of the task force.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Originally published as Mision en Haiti, con la mochila cargada de esperanza, this first-hand account by Chilean general Eduardo Aldunate, Deputy Force Commander of the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) from September 2005 to September 2006, provides insight on this peace operation.
On this occasion, General Benjamin Freeman Kusi Deputy Force Commander of the United Nations Operation in Ivory Coast (UNOCI), commended the Moroccan contingent's determination, dedication and professionalism, a UNOCI statement said.
During the day, a small ceremony will be held in Camp Minurcat Goz Beida, during which the Deputy Force Commander Brigadier General Ger Ahern will present shamrock to members of the battalion.
Last month al-Shabab hit Amisom's headquarters with a twin suicide car bombing that killed 17 peacekeepers, including the Burundian deputy force commander.