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National Security Council

A general term for a statutory or ad hoc committee in a country that forms policy and/or advises the chief executive on matters related to national security and foreign relations. National security councils vary by country, but ordinarily they consist of high ranking officials. In the United States, for example, the National Security Council includes the president, the vice president, the secretaries of State and Defense, and the national security advisor.
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The US NSC ensures coordination and concurrence among the armed forces and other instruments of national security such as the CIA, etc.
Since, the NSC has a huge debt to the local government then it will have the right over the property.
The NSC, in the Air Bag & Seat Belt Safety Campaign, partnered with more than 150 other corporations and organizations to increase seat belt usage.
Additionally, Hall says veteran NSC members have stepped up to become mentors for new suppliers.
For starters, is the NSC properly configured to address security challenges given that the lines nominally separating domestic and foreign threats, waging war and building peace, and our strength at home and power abroad all continue to fade?
NSC offers discounted voice and data services from Cable & Wireless USA.
But the NSC that emerged, after months of wrangling between the White House and the Navy, would serve different ends.
Since 1978, certain operations of the NSC had heen treated as agency functions suhiect to FolA
In 1918 the NSC organized a "Women's Session" at its annual Safety Congress dealing with women's industrial and home safety experiences alike.
The 33-ft sheet line cost over $6 million and NSC is looking to purchase a second.
As a consequence, NSC engaged the services of Morgan Stanley & Co.