The establishment of MNSTC-I was a direct response to the need to create a new Iraqi Army and to build a new police force using a civilian police assistance team and advisory missions to the Ministry of Defense (MoD) and the Ministry of Interior (Mol).
What does NIA stand for?
NIA stands for New Iraqi Army
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 183 other meanings of NIA in our Acronym Attic
- Nerd Intelligence Agency
- Net Income Attributable
- Net Internal Area (internal building space)
- Network Indicate Address
- Network Infrastructure Administration
- Network Interface Adapter
- Neural Impulse Actuator (brain-computer interface)
- Neuromuscular Integrative Action (mind-body-spirit fitness technique)
- Nevis Island Administration
- New Indo-Aryan (linguistics)
- Newcastle International Airport (England; also see NCL)
- Nigerian Institute of Architects (est. 1960)
- Niigata International Association (Japan)
- No Information Available
- Non-Impact Aerobics (exercise)
- Non-Inflammatory Acne (dermatology)
- Non-Instructed Advocacy
- Noobs in Action (gaming)
- Northern and Isolation Allowance (Canadian physician incentive)
- Not in Attendance (school)
Samples in periodicals archive:
A competent new Iraqi Army commander was placed in command of the repair facility, and the operation moved to a building suit able for depot level repairs, learn Muhandis also helped the unit correct critical deficiencies, including-- * Mechanic training.
Defense Solutions has worked in Iraq since 2005 when it was the only supplier of battle tanks to the new Iraqi Army.
A fresh cycle of violence in Iraq is also a blow to President ObamaAAEs efforts to see national security forces and the new Iraqi army taking over from the US military.
He listed a series of achievements by the British Armed Forces in Iraq, from deposing Saddam Hussein and training the new Iraqi Army to helping to deliver successful provincial elections in January and attracting investors to Basra.
The amazing thing is that the top commanders in the new Iraqi army all served Saddam.
While the coalition forces were training the new Iraqi Army, the suicide bombers blew themselves to bits in different crowded tribal areas just to create civil war; of course the coalition forces got blamed for the carnage but it did not succeed.