Equipped with two eight-blade propellers and a dome on the back which houses antennas for their long-range radars, the planes were transported to the southern port of Kaohsiung Saturday, the air force said.
What does POK stand for?
POK stands for Port of Kaohsiung (Taiwanese container port)
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We have 8 other meanings of POK in our Acronym Attic
- Pride of Judah
- Policy of Joint Agreement (marriage counseling technique)
- Programme of Joint Action (Europe)
- Plain Old Java Interface
- Paradise of Japanese Koi
- Plain Old Java Object
- Pakistan Occupied Kashmir
- Pedal-Operated Keyboard (sound recording)
- Physically Obscured Key
- Planes of Knowledge (Everquest expansion)
Samples in periodicals archive:
According to reports, the ROC Executive Yuan is expected to approve a long-anticipated plan to make the Port of Kaohsiung the first free trade harbor of Taiwan.
KMTC is established by Yang Ming Marine to fulfill the contract signed with Kaohsiung Harbor Bureau in 2007 for the first-stage construction of the Port of Kaohsiung Intercontinental Container Terminal on a BOT (build-operate-transfer) basis, and has been officially approved to operate the Terminal No.
The significant of these links is deep, showing a commitment by both sides to peace and cooperation,'' Taiwanese President Ma Ying-jeou said at a freighter send-off ceremony at the Port of Kaohsiung in southwestern Taiwan.
KAOHSIUNG, Taiwan, May 25 Kyodo A Japan-made Shinkansen bullet train, the first to be exported abroad, arrived Tuesday in the southern port of Kaohsiung after a week of traveling from Kobe, western Japan.
Coastguard teams battled atrocious weather conditions using helicopters and dinghies to pull the men from the vessel before it sank in high seas near Taiwan's southern port of Kaohsiung.
TAIWANESE rescue helicopters pulled about 80 Chinese fishermen from a boat that was on fire yesterday near the southern port of Kaohsiung.