ARFOR


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ARFOR

[′är‚fȯr]
(meteorology)
A code word used internationally to indicate an area forecast; usually applied to an aviation weather forecast.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Cllr Gareth Thomas, Gwynedd Council's cabinet member with responsibility for Economic Development, said: "The Arfor Programme will be an exciting scheme for Gwynedd with the development of innovative projects for developing the local economy and promoting the Welsh language.
As the highest echelon Army-specific GCMCA in theater, III Corps (ARFOR) found little difficulty in maintaining two geographically-based standing panels, drawn from the post draw-down 25,000 Servicemembers directly ADCON to III Corps for military justice purposes.
ARFOR will begin mailing invitations around December 2007.
The SBCT is designed to sustain operations for up to 180 days without relief, and is designed to operate under a division, or under a corps headquarters designated as the ARFOR, JFLCC or JTF.
Army Force (ARFOR) with the 2d Brigade, 7th Infantry Division (ID), and the 75th Ranger Regiment attached during various phases of the operation.
ART teacher Arfor Wyn Hughes scored five points - the lowest ever - for his chosen specialist subject.
Yna'n sydyn roeddem ni allan o gysgod y coed tal ac ar lan y Fenai, reit yn ymyl bwau Pont Britannia ac ar amrantiad, roedd y cynefin wedi newid i borfa isel hefo clustog Fair yn pincio'r creigiau a'r cen melyn arfor yn lliwio'r creigiau'n felyn.
The strong local emphasis on these projects is matched by the provision of funding to establish "Arfor".The local authorities of the western seaboard have the opportunity to take this forward according to their needs.
Army Forces (ARFOR), and joint force commander executing the land component portion of theater campaigns or major operations.
* The BCTP at Fort Leavenworth, KS, provides training for Army Forces (ARFOR)/Joint Forces Land Component Command (JFLCC), Corps, Divisions and Brigade Commanders and their staffs.