information link

information link

[‚in·fər′mā·shən ‚liŋk]
(communications)
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One of the core ideas behind the initiative is to offer an information link for young drivers who have cut their teeth in karting but have little knowledge of the next steps they should take to move into car racing.
The Global Broadcast Service is a military system that provides a one-way fast wideband information link to forces garrisoned, deployed or on the move.
Many initiatives are not effective because they offer little more than an information link on a student portal.
COUNCILS in the Black Country have teamed up to help the homeless by launching a 24-hour information link dedicated to dealing with housing issues.
Read the Gambling Act 2005 in full at this Office of Public Sector Information link
dents' societies and created a help and information link, where students could find a doctor, dentist etc.
Click the TACOM-SBC link on the left side of the page and then the PRODUCT INFORMATION link on the next page.
Any facility interested in participating in this effort can download a copy of the survey from www.moderncasting.com at the for more information link.
Food Systems Insider provides an information link throughout the food chain, including retailers, packers and producers.
The DLTT equipment and GS support the development, integration, and implementation of Tactical Digital Information Link. Work will be performed in San Diego and is to be completed in November 2007.
The workstations are provided by the Houston AIDS Information Link (HAIL).
The following publications recently appeared: Bomber Maritime Operations; Multiservice Procedures for Integrated Combat Airspace Command and Control; Introduction to Tactical Digital Information Link J and Quick Reference Guide; MTTP for NBC Defense of Theater Fixed Sites, Ports, and Airfields; and Suppression of Enemy Air Defenses [find these as well as other related titles on the ALSA Web site at http://www.dtic.mil/alsa].

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