The 46-year-old father-of-two, who met his wife, Alison, in the Army, took a business degree and then ran various textile and aerospace companies before being head-hunted in 2001 to become Chief Executive and Director General of the Army Base Repair Organisation (ABRO), reporting to Adam Ingram, Minister for the Armed Forces.
What does BRO stand for?
BRO stands for Base Repair Organisation (now Naval Dockyard; Visakhapatnam, India)
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- Bi-Directional Recurrent Neural Networks
- Best Radial Natural Orbital
- Border Ranges National Park (Australia)
- Brisbane Ranges National Park (Australia)
- Barry's Rigs 'n Reviews (computer gaming blog)
- Bordens Review of Nutrition Research
- Bad River Natural Resources Department (Wisconsin)
- Board of Research in Nuclear Sciences (India)
- Baltics, Russia, and Other countries of the former Soviet Union
- Banque Régionale de l'Ouest (French: Regional Bank of the West)
- Basic Rights Oregon
- Baton Rouge Observatory
- Best Reasonable Offer (classified ads)
- Better Regulation Office (Australia)
- Big Red One (First Infantry Division; US Army)
- Bikers Rights Organization
- Blackwell Reference Online (academic library)
- BMX Riders Organization
- Border Roads Organisation (India)
- Brabham Racing Organisation (UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The site, run by the Army Base Repair Organisation (ABRO), repairs and maintain vehicles including Challenger II tanks and Warrior armoured vehicles, as well as radios and other equipment.
Around 1,200 job losses are also expected nationwide at Army Base Repair Organisation sites, and Dara's engine repair work at Fleetlands in Hampshire will end.
There were two regional winners, Nicholas Landon who works for the Army Base Repair Organisation, and Christopher Spragg of the Partek Cargo Tech.
An Army Base Repair Organisation facility in Don-nington, Telford, Shropshire, is to go with the loss of 628 staff.
Rhondda's Labour MP Chris Bryant said the firm's collaboration with the Army Base Repair Organisation was good news.
That economy is already under stress following the closure of MG Rover and substantial redundancies scheduled to take place at the Army Base Repair Organisation in Donnington.
It is part of the Army Base Repair Organisation (ABRO).