Among the many SAF/IA partnership-building activities, International Armaments Cooperation (IAC) is a key component.
What does IAC stand for?
IAC stands for International Armaments Cooperation
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We have 595 other meanings of IAC in our Acronym Attic
- International Advisory Committee (PSSC)
- International Aerobatic Club
- International Aerosol Conference (International Aerosol Research Assembly)
- International Affairs Centre (Thailand)
- International Affairs Committee
- International Agricultural Center (The Netherlands)
- International Agricultural Centre
- International Alliance for Children, Inc. (New Milford, CT)
- International Antarctic Centre (New Zealand)
- International Anti-Corruption (corporate corruption)
- International Armed Conflict
- International Armoring Corporation (Ogden, Utah)
- International Arms Cooperation
- International Associate Clubs (various locations)
- International Association for Counselling
- International Association for Cybernetics
- International Association of Coaching
- International Astronautical Congress
- International Auctioneer Championship
- International Auschwitz Committee (Auschwitz concentration camp)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Detailed information on international cooperative programs can be found in the OUSD (AT &L)/IC International Armaments Cooperation Handbook and Defense Acquisition Guidebook Chapter 11.
Conduct international armaments cooperation with eligible friendly foreign countries and international organizations in accordance with policies and criteria established by the USD(AT&L).
Users can also find extensive guidance on cooperative agreements, technical programs, and international armaments cooperation, as well as Department of Defense, combatant commands, Air Force, and component command strategies.
The primary role of International Armaments Cooperation (IAC) is to promote rationalization, standardization and interoperability of Air Force defense equipment and capabilities and allies to ensure coalition success.
Tying these differences to each nation's national armament system, the authors make the case that international armaments cooperation is a difficult but rewarding challenge.
The International Armaments Cooperation online course prepares learners to for instructor-led, classroom-based courses held at DAU/DSMC, Ft.
del Castillo Masete, Juan, Lieutenant Colonel, "Spanish Aerospace Participation in International Armaments Cooperation.