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CF

1. rude slang An abbreviation for "clusterfuck," meaning a chaotic situation rife with problems. Oh, the dinner party was a total CF—the roast was dry, the toilet overflowed, and everyone argued about politics.
2. vulgar slang An abbreviation for "clusterfuck," meaning a group sexual encounter. No, I've never taken part in a CF—have you?

Charlie Foxtrot

1. rude slang A clusterfuck, meaning a chaotic situation rife with problems. (When spelling something out with the NATO phonetic alphabet, the words "Charlie" and "Foxtrot" are commonly used for the letters C and F) Oh, the dinner party was a total Charlie Foxtrot—the roast was dry, the toilet overflowed, and everyone argued about politics.
2. vulgar slang A clusterfuck, meaning a group sexual encounter. No, I've never taken part in a Charlie Foxtrot—have you?
See also: Charlie

Charlie Foxtrot

and CF (The CF is from the so-called NATO Phonetic Alphabet.)
1. Go to cluster fuck (sense 1).
2. Go to cluster fuck (sense 2).
See also: Charlie

CF The CF is from the so-called NATO Phonetic Alphabet.

verb
See also: Cf, NATO, phonetic

CF

verb
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This years key exercise objective will be training and exercising the NATO enhanced Forward Presence (eFP) Battle Groups with a focus on promoting interoperability with Allies and regional partners.
In Neorealism view, the threat of the Soviet Union as a primary threat which had led to the emergence of NATO disappeared after its collapse in 1991 and dissolution of Warsaw Treaty in 1990.
Therefore, the reasons of NATO survival should be searched in Functionalism theory.
These include continuing support to the Afghan Government as the ISAF mission ends, discussion of the long-term implications of the Russia-Ukraine crisis and how NATO will continue to provide for the collective security of all NATO members and partners.
Further he explained the impetus behind establishing NATO at the very beginning was to keep the Russians out, the Americans in and the Germans down.
However, on the other hand, Russia is also viewed as a threat to its environs and NATO has made strategies for dealing with the possibility of future aggression by Russia.
The NATO Secretary General had suggested on Friday that Pakistan could miss out on important talks on the future of Afghanistan if it fails to reopen the supply routes in time to secure a place at the NATO summit.
They paved the way for implementation and integration of the strategic lessons into the new NATO Command Structure.
NATO support to the African Union, which provides critical support to stabilize Africa.
10) Yet despite these very real problems at NATO, the general tenor of much of the literature fails to capture why NATO continues to exist and why it remains a central player in transatlantic security.
But things were changing, and I could see those changes in all the NATO meetings I now started attending, first as military assistant to a great man, Secretary of Defense Cap Weinberger, in the early 80s.
And right now the only serious candidates for that position are the UN and its NATO subsidiary.
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In his first remark at the opening of "NATO at Twenty" in Rome on May 28, Russia's president, Vladimir Putin, suggested the new forum of Russia and the 19 NATO members should be called "the house of Soviets.