Multilateral Military Center of Excellence is defined as an entity sponsored by

Multilateral military center of excellence is defined

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“Multilateral Military Center of Excellence” is defined as an entity sponsored by one or more nations that is accredited and approved by the Military Committee of NATO as offering recognized expertise and experience to personnel participating in the activities of such entity for the benefit of NATO by providing such personnel opportunities to: Enhance education and training, Improve interoperability, Assist in the development of doctrine, and Validate concepts through experimentation. This section is effective 1 October 2008. Report on Utilization of Certain Global Partnership Authorities (Section 1237) 25
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Not later than 31 December 2010, the Secretaries of Defense and State are to jointly submit a report to the Congressional armed services, appropriations and foreign affairs committees on the implementation of the building global partnership authorities during the period beginning with enactment of this Act and ending 30 September 2010 to include the following: A detailed summary of the programs conducted for each country receiving this assistance, a description of the provided assistance, and its cost, An assessment of the impact of assistance provided with respect to each country, A description of: The processes used by the Departments of Defense and State to jointly formulate, prioritize, and select projects to be funded, and The processes, if any, used by the Departments to evaluate the success of each project so funded after its completion. A statement of the projects initiated under the building global partnership authorities that were subsequently transitioned to ands sustained under the authorities of the FAA or other authorities, and An assessment of the utility of the building global partnership authorities, and of any gaps in such authorities, including an assessment of the feasibility and advisability of continuing such authorities beyond their current expiration dates (whether in their current form or with such modifications as the Secretaries consider appropriate). “Building Global Partnership authorities” is defined to include: Authority for Building Capacity of Foreign Military Forces – originally authorized by Section 1206, NDAA, FY2006, P.L.109-163, 6 January 2006, and as later amended. Authority foe Security and Stabilization Assistance – Originally authorized by Section 1207, NDAA, FY2006, P.L.109-163, 6 January 2006, and as later amended. Civic Assistance Authorities under Combatant Commander Initiative Fund (CCIF) – Authorized by 10 U.S.C. 116(a(b)(6). Title XIII – Cooperative Threat Reduction Funding Allocations (Section 1302) $434,135,000 is authorized to be appropriated for Cooperative Threat Reduction programs (CTRP) to be obligated as follows: 26
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$79,985,000 for strategic offensive arms elimination in Russia, $6,400,000 for strategic nuclear arms elimination in Ukraine, $24,101,000 for nuclear weapons storage security in Russia, $40,800,000 for nuclear weapons transportation security in Russia, $59,286,000 for weapons of mass destruction proliferation prevention in the states of the former Soviet Union, $184,463,000 for biological threat reduction in the former Soviet Union,
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