[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] In 1969, Bowman was deployed to Vietnam as a chemical officer in the chemical detachment assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 25th Infantry Division.
What does CHEMO stand for?
CHEMO stands for Chemical Officer
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- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
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- Chemical advice (see CGM 39/87)
- Chemical Field Effect Transistor
- Chemikaliengesetz (German: Chemicals Act)
- Combined Handling of Elucidation Methods for Interpretable Chemical Structures
- Chemical Identification (database / base de données)
- Chemical Dictionary Online
- Chemical Light
- Chemical and Low-Level (waste)
- Chemical Management Information System Tool
- Chemical Industry Emergency Mutual Aid Network
- Christ Heals Every Miserable Opportunity
- Centre for Higher Education Management and Policy (University of New England; Armidale, Australia)
- California-Hawaii Elks Major Project, Incorporated
- Chemical Hazard Estimation Method and Risk Assessment Tool (Air Force Research Laboratories)
- Chemical Research Applied to World Needs
- Cambodia Health Education Media Services (est. 1998)
- Chemical Hazard Evaluation for Management Strategies (ranking and scoring method)
- Commonwealth Higher Education Management Service (UK)
- Community Health and Emergency Medical Services (Alaska)
- Chemical Simulation
Samples in periodicals archive:
Office of Personnel Management and as an active duty chemical officer with the U.
West Midlands fire crews sent specialist chemical officers to monitor levels of chlorine gas at the pool.
His previous assignments with the SCARNG include Chief, Environmental Engineering Branch, at SCARNG Joint Task Force, Columbia and Brigade Chemical Officer, 228th Signal Brigade at Spartanburg; Commander, 679th Engineer Detachment at McCrady Training Center, Eastover; Brigade Chemical Officer, 59th Troop Command at West Columbia; and Brigade Chemical Officer, 59th Aviation Group at McEntire Air National Guard Base, Eastover.
He served for five years in South Korea as a battalion chemical officer, and eventually grew to like the job.
From early 1999 to June 2004 he was Vice President and Chief Chemical Officer at Arena Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
At first police thought the death could have been suspicious and a specialist chemical officer from the fire service was called in.
I understand that some poor chemical officer down the road may have to defend this port," he said.