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From World War II to the beginning of the 1960s the SNAF had its own fighter, attack, reconnaissance, antisubmarine warfare (ASW), bomber, and mine-torpedo forces, organized in squadrons, air regiments (two to four squadrons), and air divisions (two to three regiments).
This semi-separation of the SNAF from the navy created, without doubt, neglect on the part of the "true" naval officer communities, surface and submarine.
SNAF staffs found that the main skills of the carriers' attack squadrons (medium and light) changed twice.
29) The first and foremost issue that had to be considered by SNAF staffs was the approach to the target, which involved not only the best possible tactics but the weapons abilities too.
Having fallen short of the maternal ideal--fragile innocence requiring male protection including that of an obstetrician, (7) The SNAF and medicine discourses focus government reports on the `universal character' (Smith, 1999) of particular childbearing factors.
Federal documents examining the national IMR blame maternal deviation from the SNAF narrative for low-birth-weight babies and subsequent infant deaths.
These conditions reproduce social inequality (Bourdieu and Passoron, 1990), precluding attainment of the SNAF ideal.
Although use of alcohol and tobacco may be found among SNAF mothers, their drug use is hidden from public view.
Contractor name : GROUPEMENT COLAS MIDI MEeDITERRANEeE (MANDATAIRE) SNAF (COTRAITANT) DAMIANI (COTRAITANT)