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International Relations & Security Acronyms Dictionary

  The Dictionary of International Relations & Security Acronyms pays special attention to military affairs. The area of International relations comprises of foreign affairs and global issues among states on an international level. One of the most prominent source for this dictionary is the NATO Handbook (Appendix 7 - Abbreviations in Common Use).

Created By: Hans Johnsson
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under the title International Relations and Security Acronyms

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US Defense Representative

A senior US officer in a foreign country representing the Secretary of Defense, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and the commander of the unified command that coordinates the security matters regarding in-country, non-combat Department of Defense (DOD) elements (i.e., DOD personnel and organizations under the command of a combatant commander but not assigned to, or attached to, the combatant commander). Also called USDR.
Source: U.S. Department of Defense, Joint Doctrine Division. ( About )

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