National Level

Some articles on level, national, levels, national level, nationals:

Signals Intelligence In The Cold War - 1970s - US Attempt To Improve Coordination Among The Service Cryptologic Elements
... direction finding, traffic analysis, and field-level cryptanalysis against opposing ground forces ... All of these services also had capabilities to provide national-level intelligence more appropriate for NSA's mission than for support to military operation ... while the Air Force and Navy could probe new foreign electronic systems as part of national-level intelligence goals ...
Ranks And Insignia Of The Nazi Party - Nazi Germany Political Positions
... The first step in this process was to divide the Nazi Party into several "levels" which were designed to act independently from each other ... These levels in turn were Orstgruppen (Local level - German towns and cities) Kreisleitung (District level - German counties) Gauleitung (Regional level ... Each level of the Nazi Party was self-contained and separate from other levels ...
Chess Around The World - National Level - Former Nations
... Country National Championship Czechoslovakia Czechoslovak Chess Championship Yugoslavia Yugoslav Chess Championship Soviet Union USSR Chess Championship ...
General Rules of Advancement in Organized BMX Racing - National and Special Event Points Awards
... To compete on a National level for national titles you must compete in Nationals ... Nationals have their own separate points tables that are accumulated by the racers similarly to local district points ... For instance 240 National points are awarded to the first place Expert winner as well as his 300 district triple points, but his national points are not added to his district points or vice versa ...

Famous quotes containing the words level and/or national:

    So long as State constitutions say that all may vote when twenty-one, save idiots, lunatics, convicts and women, you are brought down politically to the level of those others disfranchised.
    Susan B. Anthony (1820–1906)

    The principle of all sovereignty resides essentially in the nation.
    —French National Assembly. Declaration of the Rights of Man (Sept. 1791)