3, to begin port visit in support of Africa Partnership Station (APS) West 2012.
What does APS stand for?
APS stands for Africa Partnership Station (maritime safety)
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We have 911 other meanings of APS in our Acronym Attic
- Adventist Payroll System (software)
- Advertiser and Publisher Solutions (Microsoft group)
- Aerial Port Squadron
- aerobic pretreatment simulator
- Aerosol Particle Sizer
- Aerosol Particle-Sizing Spectrometer (Atmospheric Radiation Measurement; US Department of Education)
- Afloat Planning System
- Afloat Pre-Positioning Ships
- Afloat Prepositioned Squadron
- Afloat Processing System
- Aftermarket Products and Services (various locations)
- Agence de Presse Sénégalaise (French: Senegalese News Agency)
- Agence Prévention et Sécurité (French: Prevention and Security Agency; Belgium)
- Agricultural Production System
- Air Plasma Spray (surface coating technology)
- Air Pressure Switch
- Air-Vehicle Planning System (US Strategic Command)
- Airborne Pointing System
- Aircraft Parts Store (USAF Supply Squadron)
- Aircraft Propeller Service, Inc (Wheeling, IL)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Moreover, European partners deliver much of the training capability that we bring to Africa Partnership Station operations in East and West Africa.
In one of the most successful logistics integration initiatives to date, PMO has supported both deployed Marine ground forces and USCG cutter deployments in conjunction with Africa Partnership Station.
The Navy's Africa Partnership Station (APS) helps train African navies to combat regional problems such as drug smuggling, piracy, illegal immigration, and human trafficking.
The naval presence is currently built around the Africa Partnership Station (APS), with US warships deploying from the European Command to promote maritime security and safety by building up African naval capabilities.
The October 2007 initial deployment of the Africa Partnership Station (APS) to the Gulf of Guinea and the coincident rollout of A Cooperative Strategy for 21st Century Seapower signaled a strong American commitment to leveraging U.
The Dallas, prior to the Georgia mission, participated in Africa Partnership Station, an initiative to improve maritime safety and security in West and Central Africa.
Bradley (FFG 49) Sailors, Naval Forces Africa staff members and Africa Partnership Station (APS) West international staff members arrived in Lagos, Nigeria, during the third "Hub", as part of APS West, April 4.