Level III

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Dragon Skin - Certification and Subsequent Decertification
... of Justice (NIJ) that they had passed the Level III tests, and that Dragon Skin SOV-2000 was now certified for Level III protection ... Skin armor improperly stating that it had been certified to a ballistic level it had not yet been ... the United States Test Laboratory in Wichita, Kansas, nine Dragon Skin SOV-2000 (Level III) body armor panels were retested, for the purpose of validating Pinnacle Armor's six year warranty ...
Water Supply And Sanitation In The Philippines - Responsibility For Water Supply and Sanitation - Service Provision
... provided is classified into three levels ... Levels of water systems in the Philippines Level I Stand-alone water points, e.g ... handpumps, shallow wells, rainwater collectors Level II Piped water with a communal water point, e.g ...
Uenian - History
... while many of its Colleges have each been given Level II accreditation by the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACU ... The College of Medicine and Nursing has level II and level III respectively ... The College of Medicine is Level III accredited, the College of Nursing has been recertified Level III and the College of Physical Therapy was also granted Level III accreditation ...
Mindanao University Of Science And Technology - Accreditation
... Some programs reach as high as level III ... Program Level (Accreditation status) Duration of validity of Accreditation Status Technician Teacher Education Industrial Technology Qualified for Level III January 2008 - December 2008 Electrical Engineering ... Planning Mgmt.) Graduate Master's (MS-Math Sci.) Level I Accredited December 16, 2007 - December 15, 2010 ...

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