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EQUIP.

On drawings, abbr. for “equipment.”
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EQUIP will directly assist Sri Lankan men, women, and children who are at risk and those who are victims of human trafficking.
"And obviously, a train and equip program that several countries would participate in is part of that.
According to the company, Ship Equip is positioned to support the evolution of certain segments of the maritime market to higher speed services, particularly those to be offered by Inmarsat's Global Xpress programme after its launch in 2013.
During the early days of Operation Iraqi Freedom, USAMMA and Headquarters, Department of the Army (HQDA), realized that the mandate to equip all units to 100 percent was no longer viable unless millions of dollars were poured into the equipping and sustainment accounts.
The other areas EQUIP AUTO covers are distribution, logistics, international trade, petroleum products, lubricants and additives.
According to Clarence Armbrister, senior vice president of the university, the idea of a large computer facility was born from various discussions throughout the university examining what the university needed to do to equip students for the 21st century.
But our quest to better equip the Airmen not just man the equipment is not fully complete.
Defense budget--to train and equip roughly 75,000 foreign military personnel in peacekeeping and peace enforcement operations over five years.
In the short term, some of these savings could be allocated to appropriately equip and train new units.
Garcia says his current goal is to equip a soldier with an exoskeleton that will make him or her 3 to 10 times stronger than without it.
The firms were among the first to gain ISO 9000 Quality Management Systems Certification supported by Warwickshire Training Standards EQUIP - the Environmental, Quality and Information Project.
EQUIP combines the best of several different approaches to treating juvenile delinquents, he indicates.