During the meeting with Antony, the Maldivian Minister was accompanied by the High Commissioner of Maldives in India and other senior officers of the Maldivian National Defence Forces.
What does NDF stand for?
NDF stands for National Defence Force (various locations)
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- Military and Government
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We have 115 other meanings of NDF in our Acronym Attic
- National Design and Engineering Show
- Network Device Enrollment Service
- Nigeria DHS (Demographic and Health Survey) EdData (Education Data) Survey (National Population Commission; Abuja, Nigeria)
- Nonlinear Dynamics of Electronic Systems (conference)
- North Dakota Educators Service Cooperative (cooperative purchasing)
- Nips Developers Segment
- Nuclear Directed Energy Weapon
- National Data Exchange (US FBI)
- Network Design Exchange (US Navy)
- National Data Form
- National Defense Features
- National Democratic Front (Philippines)
- National Development Foundation (Antigua and Barbuda)
- National Development Framework (Afghanistan)
- National Digital Forum (New Zealand)
- National Drug Formulary (pharmacotherapy resource)
- National Drug Free Youth Foundation (also seen as NDFYF; Miami, FL)
- Naval Dairy Farm (US Navy)
- NetShrine Discussion Forum (baseball)
- Network Definition Facility
Samples in periodicals archive:
Do you think we would take the South African National Defence Force, send them out to go and defend or protect what belongs to individuals?
The present plans to reduce the British Army to 82,000 would just about provide a National Defence Force and cover training needs.
Indian Coast Guard ships 'Sankalp' and 'Subhadra' are participating in the war games, while 'Huravee', 'Ghazee' and 'Shaheed Ali' of the Maldivian National Defence Force represent the Maldivian Coast Guard.
In the 11 chapters, they discuss the response of the South African National Defence Force, the impact of HIV/AIDS in prison and the military, the social history of the disease in the country, children orphaned by AIDS, the right of access to treatment, grass roots activists in the country, prevalence among educators, and the disease in poor rural households.