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National and Launch
* 1959 – Launch of the National Liberation Committee of Côte d ' Ivoire in Conakry, Guinea.
NROL stands for National Reconnaissance Office Launch.
For the Space Shuttle, weather " outlooks " provided by the U. S. Air Force Range Weather Operations Facility at Cape Canaveral begin at Launch minus 5 days in coordination with the NOAA National Weather Service Spaceflight Meteorology Group at the Johnson Space Center in Houston.
Launch on the Shuttle would have entitled a British National to fly as a Mission Specialist and a group of military pilots were presented to the press as candidates for ' Britain's first man in space '.
Indian Space Research Organisation ( ISRO ) has successfully put into operation two major satellite systems namely Indian National Satellites ( INSAT ) for communication services and Indian Remote Sensing ( IRS ) satellites for management of natural resources ; also, Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle ( PSLV ) for launching IRS type of satellites and Geostationary Satellite Launch Vehicle ( GSLV ) for launching INSAT type of satellites.
* NSL, the National Sport Launch, a large fun, or " sport ," launch, held a different locations each spring, and
* Launch of the United Kingdom's first National Hi-Tech Crime Unit 18 April 2001
* National Sport Launch, the annual fun, or " sport ," launch of the National Association of Rocketry
The National Launch System was a study authorized in 1991 by President George H. W. Bush to outline alternatives to the Space Shuttle for access to Earth Orbit.
* Middle East Institute Book Launch with Gary Berntsen-Human Intelligence, Counterterrorism, and National Leadership: A Practical Guide ( October 17, 2008 )

National and System
The long-range objective is to hold the damage from destructive agencies below the level which would seriously interfere with intensive management of the National Forest System under principles of multiple use and high-level sustained yield of products and services.
In the 10-year period, it is proposed that insect and disease control on the National Forest System be stepped up to a level of prevention, detection, and control of insect and disease infestations that will substantially reduce the occurrence of large infestations toward the end of the initial period.
It is proposed that in 10 years all commercial timberlands, all critical watersheds, and other lands in the National Forest System developed or proposed for intensive use will be given protection from fire adequate to meet the fire situation in the worst years and under serious peak loads.
The long-range objective of this Department is to provide and maintain a system of forest development roads and trails which will adequately service the National Forest System at the levels needed to meet expected needs and optimum production of products and services.
Within the units in the National Forest System the pattern of land ownership is quite irregular.
Every year about this time National Gargle Your Cooling System week rolls around.
* Argonne Tandem Linear Accelerator System, a particle accelerator at the Argonne National Laboratory
The country is noted for its national park system, administered by SINAC ( Sistema Nacional de Areas de Conservacion, or " National System of Conservation Areas ").
* UK's National Attack Warning System
The Interstate Highway System is officially known as the ' Dwight D. Eisenhower National System of Interstate and Defense Highways ' in his honor.
In addition to DCI's work, the National Association of Theatre Owners ( NATO ) released its Digital Cinema System Requirements.
The ECMWF model is primarily used as comparison against the Global Forecast System, which is based in the United States and is run by the National Centers for Environmental Prediction.
Frederick Douglass National Historic Site | Cedar Hill, Douglass ' house in the Anacostia Historic District | Anacostia neighborhood of Washington, D. C., is preserved as a List of areas in the United States National Park System # National historic sites | National Historic Site.
* In 1962, his home in Anacostia ( Washington, DC ) became part of the National Park System, and in 1988 was designated the Frederick Douglass National Historic Site.
The FAO hosts DAD-IS, the Domestic Animal Diversity Information System, a communication and information tool for the management of animal genetic resources which provides the user with searchable databases of breed-related information, management tools, and contacts for the Regional and National Coordinators for the Management of Animal Genetic Resources programme.
Under the roof of the CJIS are the programs for the National Crime Information Center ( NCIC ), Uniform Crime Reporting ( UCR ), Fingerprint Identification, Integrated Automated Fingerprint Identification System ( IAFIS ), NCIC 2000, and the National Incident-Based Reporting System ( NIBRS ).
The National Incident Based Reporting System ( NIBRS ) crime statistics system aims to address limitations inherent in UCR data.

National and 1991
* National Day or Den ' Nezalezhnosti, celebrates the independence of Ukraine from the Soviet Union in 1991.
National Tree Planting Day is in November since 1991.
Two years later, he received the prestigious National Order of the Legion of Honor, and in 1991, was awarded the First Class Order of the Sacred Treasure from the Emperor of Japan.
Prince Sihanouk, President of the Supreme National Council of Cambodia ( SNC ), and other members of the SNC returned to Phnom Penh in November 1991, to begin the resettlement process in Cambodia.
Due to mounting political pressure, in 1991 President Kolingba announced the creation of National Commission to rewrite the constitution to provide for a multi-party system.
In February 1991 Aylwin created the National Commission for Truth and Reconciliation, which released in February 1991 the Rettig Report on human rights violations committed during the military rule.
On July 5, 1991, the National League approved Denver and Miami, Florida, as the sites for two expansion teams to begin play in 1993.
Dublin is home to the National College of Art and Design, which dates from 1746, and Dublin Institute of Design, founded in 1991.
The name and logo for EFTPOS in Australia were originally owned by the National Australia Bank and were trade marks from 1986 until 1991.
After further review by a constitutional committee and the National Assembly, this document came into force in March 1991.
Under the 1991 constitution, in the event of the president's death, the Prime Minister, the National Assembly president, and the defense minister were to share power until a new election could be held.
After approval by the National Assembly, the PDG Central Committee, and the president, the Assembly unanimously adopted the constitution in March 1991.
Under the 1991 constitution, in the event of the president's death, the prime minister, the National Assembly president, and the defense minister share power until a new election is held.
After further review by a constitutional committee and the National Assembly, this document came into force in March 1991.
In 1991, the CMRN was replaced by a mixed military and civilian body, the Transitional Council for National Recovery ( CTRN ), with Conté as president and a mandate to manage a five-year transition to full civilian rule.
In Guinea-Bissau in 1989, the ruling African Independence Party of Guinea and Cape Verde ( PAIGC ) under the direction of President João Bernardo " Nino " Vieira began to outline a political liberalization program which the People's National Assembly approved in 1991.
After the 1991 Haitian coup d ' état which toppled Aristide for the first time, members of the coup regime, notably Chief of National Police Michel François, were accused of drug smuggling.
In 1988 and 1991 in Moscow, the delegation visited the National Congress of Honduras.
In December 1991, Polgár qualified as a Grandmaster by winning the Hungarian National Championship, at the time the youngest ever at 15 years, 5 months to have achieved the title.
* National Association of Trade and Technical Schools National Hall of Fame, 1991
The First Liberian Civil War, instigated by Charles Taylor and the National Patriotic Front of Liberia ( NPFL ) on December 24, 1989, eventually spread to neighboring Sierra Leone in 1991 when dissidents of the Revolutionary United Front ( RUF ), led by Foday Sankoh, began using Liberia as a staging ground for NPFL backed military assaults on border towns in Sierra Leone.
( The Atlanta Braves also did this in 1991, in the National League ).
* 1991 – The Revolutionary United Front, with support from the special forces of Charles Taylor ’ s National Patriotic Front of Liberia, invades Sierra Leone in an attempt to overthrow Joseph Saidu Momoh, sparking a gruesome 11-year Sierra Leone Civil War.

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