Definition of Saclant

1. Noun. Commanding officer of ACLANT; a general of the United States Army nominated by the President of the United States and approved by the North Atlantic Council.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Saclant

S1-RNase
S1 nuclease mapping
S6 kinase
S7 gallop
SA
SA-induced protein kinase
SAAJ
SAAR
SAB
SABC
SABIC
SAC
SACCO
SACD
SACEUR
SACLANT
SACT
SAD
SADC
SADD
SADR
SADT
SAE
SAED
SAEs
SAFT
SAG
SAIC
SAIDS
SALT I

Literary usage of Saclant

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1. The History of the Unified Command Plan 1946-1993 by Ronald H. Cole (1996)
"... component CINCLANTFLT also be saclant so that saclant would remain a naval officer. On 7 April General Powell resolved these issues. ..."

2. How to Get It: A Guide to Defense-Related Information Sources (1993)
"... VA 23511 Order from: Papers are not published by saclant; Available from individual authors. Restrictions: Attendance is by invitation only. ..."

3. Command in NATO After the Cold War: Alliance, National and Multinational edited by Thomas-Durell Young (1999)
"... or, where appropriate, those of the Supreme Allied Commander Atlantic (saclant). As noted earlier, one view is that either S ..."

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