A number of Bahraini military technicians who participated in the drill said that it was a great opportunity for the BRAF personnel to be familiarized with the latest technology in this field and benefited from the participant's experiences.
What does MILTECH stand for?
MILTECH stands for Military Technician
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Medi-Dose Information Labeling Technology (pharmaceutical labeling software)
- Member of the Institute of Logistics and Transport
- Military Language Tutor
- Mother-in-Law's Tongue (plants)
- Mothers in Leather Trousers (Roger McGough poem)
- Mothers Insisting on Licensed Tools (parody website)
- Magnetic Infrared Laser Treatment Apparatus
- Mucosal Intact Laser Tonsillar Ablation (tonsillectomy technique)
- Military Technical Assistance Group
- Master Index of Logistics Technical Documentation
- Military Transportation of Small Shipments
- Military Air Traffic Control System
- Multicentre International Liver Tumor Study (oral contraceptives study)
- Multifunctional Intensive Land Use (sustainable urban development)
- Multinational Integrated Logistic Unit
- Military-Owned Demountable Container
- Milwaukee Road (symbol name on freight cars for the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific)
- Madly in Love with You
- Military Extensible Markup Language
- Made in Malaysia
Samples in periodicals archive:
A former military technician, Boris Borodin, 75, predicted an economic crisis would erode Putin's authority before the end of his six- year term.
Also, the law defines the authority of the Army and Air Force secretaries to retain military technicians to age 60.
eIuUbaidy received Voznica today and discussed together ways of providing training for military technicians and supplying the Iraqi army with advanced equipment,eIN according to a statement issued by the Defense Ministry and received by Aswat al-Iraq.
Military technicians yesterday urged the country to remember the key role of their illustrious predecessors in using science to secure success during the D-Day offensive.
On that day, the United States had sent up a scientific missile over Norway, but Russian military technicians at a radar station thought it was the beginning of an all-out attack.
From a bomb-proof command center deep inside a Colorado mountain, military technicians track this search-and-destroy test of an antimissile defense system with a series of radars and space satellites.