About Mike Hargadon : Mike retired in 2009 as an Aviation Ordnance Chief Petty Officer and Aviation Warfare Specialist/Naval Air Crewman.
What does AVORD stand for?
AVORD stands for Aviation Ordnance
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Algemene Vereniging Oud Marine Personeel
- Analog Volt-Ohm Meter (mechanics)
- Aviation Bill Of Material
- Allied Violent Offense Network (Sledge Hammer TV series)
- Amtliches Verzeichnis der Ortsnetze (official list of telephone area codes)
- Adjusted Value of Production (agriculture; Canada)
- Advanced Voice Order Processing
- Airside Vehicle Operating Permit (airports)
- Airside Vehicle Operations Permit (airports)
- Angular Vestibulo-Ocular Feflex
- Automated Vehicle Operators Records System
- Ashfield Virtual Office Services
- Astronomische Vereinigung Oldenburger Sternfreunde (German: Astronomical Association of Oldenburg Star Friends; est. 1992; Oldenburg, Germany)
- Automatic Vehicle Operation System (Toyota)
- American Veteran Owned Small Business Association
- Advanced Vortex Spacing System
- Aircraft Vortex Spacing System
- Americans for Victory Over Terrorism
- Analog Voice Orderwire Unit (US DoD)
- Analog Voice Orderwire (US DoD)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Veronica Ortega, an aviation ordnance technician for HMLA-169 loads an AGM-114 onto AH-1W Cobra at a forward arming refueling point in Afghanistan's Helmand province.
Recently, the CRC implemented a four-phase redeployment and redistribution plan to move Marine aviation ordnance out of Al Asad, Iraq.
AO1 Michael Haines from the office of the Aviation Ordnance Safety Supervisor (AOSS), at Naval Surface Force, Atlantic, took part in the test as one of three aviation-ordnance safety advisors.
Weekend work was common, and always actively involved was Bill McLean, as head of the aviation ordnance department and later as technical director of NOTS.
The concussion, according to Walter Lord's 1957 best seller, ``Day of Infamy,'' was more like a ``whoom'' than a ``bang,'' but it was so great that it stalled the engine of a pickup truck being driven along Ford Island by an aviation ordnance man.
Everybody needs a hero, and John Finn is the hero of the aviation ordnance community," said Lt.
Trent, USN, Command Master Chief and Deputy Aviation Ordnance Officer, Ammunition Management Office - Atlantic, Naval Operational Logistics Support Center, Norfolk, Va.