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Headquarters

The administrative headquarters of an organization. The headquarters maintains all paperwork and other documents for the organization's operations. It is also where the organization conducts many of its major meetings.
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The Icelandic-owned Nordic low-cost airline Sterling announced on Tuesday (4 October) that it had chosen Helsinki in Finland as its fifth base of operations, and that it would launch a total of 11 new routes from the Finnish capital.
The Group provided essential cover on D-Day, and with the invasion of France, moved their base of operations to the Continent in August of 1944, becoming more active than ever, undertaking 43 missions in the single month of March 1945 targeting railroads, marshalling years, oil storage dumps, airfields, ordinance depots, and contributing to the rapid advance of ground troops across France and Belgium toward Germany.
He takes the department of the Nord as his principal base of operations but wanders afield from there, drawing on examples from all over France.
"By establishing a base of operations in North America, we are demonstrating a commitment to meeting our customers' needs," he says.
Services not localized in a single state: "Employment" includes an individual's entire service performed in or both in and out of the state if the service is not localized in any state but some of the service is performed in such state, and (1) the individual's base of operations is in such state; or (2) if there is no base of operations, then the place from which such service is directed or controlled is in such state; or (3) the individual's base of operations or place from which such service is directed or controlled is not in any state in which some part of the service is performed, but the individual's residence is in such state.
THE US-led offensive in Fallujah has ``broken the back of the insurgency'' by seizing their main base of operations, the senior Marine commander in Iraq said last night ``We've taken away this safe haven, '' said Lieutenant General John Sattler.
The National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) established NASCAR Mexico, a new base of operations in Mexico that will support and build local stock car racing as well as develop, manage and operate local motorsports events and oversee television distribution, sponsorship and licensing.
From our base of operations in Straubing, Germany, Sennebogen builds lifting and material handling machines designed to perform their tasks with sturdy simplicity.
Most of the cuts are concentrated near the company's New York base of operations, Glass said.
The installation--designed to focus international attention on Canadian movies, help seek foreign partners, set up meetings, offer information and so on--hosted 28 registered companies, including production companies that used it as a base of operations and a contact point.
"We have mining and our location acts as a base of operations for several of the existing mining companies."
FII also maintains a base of operations at NAS North Island, Calif., where it provides similar services to its primary Navy customer in the Pacific Fleet, FACSFAC San Diego.