The other N4 divisions and their incumbent officers include N41 Current Operations (COPS) (LCDR/3100); N42 Future Operations (FOPS) (7th Fleet Staff LT/3100 and Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) Fleet Logistics Center (FLC) Yokosuka (ADDU LCDR/3100); N43 Fleet Maintenance (LCDR/1110 and LT/1110, Chief Engineman and First Class Boatswain Mate) and N44 Ordnance (LCDR/6360 LDO).
What does ENC stand for?
ENC stands for Chief Engineman (Naval Rating)
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We have 67 other meanings of ENC in our Acronym Attic
- East New Britain Provincial Administration (Papua New Guinea)
- East New Britain Provincial Government (New Britain, Papua New Guinea)
- European Network for Better Regulation
- European Network of Building Research Institutes
- English National Ballet School (London, UK)
- European Network of Bangladesh Studies
- East New Britain Sosel Eksen Komiti (political organization; Papua New Guinea)
- East Norfolk Backyard Wrestling (UK)
- Energie Baden-Wuerttemberg AG
- Equivalent Noise Bandwidth
- Eastern Nazarene College
- Eastern North Carolina
- ECCM Network Controller
- École Nantaise de Coiffure (French: Nantes School of Hairdressing; Nantes, France)
- École Nantaise de Cuivres (French: Nantes School of Brass; Nantes, France)
- École Nationale de Commerce (French: National School of Commerce)
- École Nationale des Chartes (French: National School of Charters)
- École Normale Catholique (French: Normal Catholic School)
- Egg Nutrition Center (Washington, DC)
- Eisenhower National Clearinghouse for Mathematics and Science Education
Samples in periodicals archive:
The USS Constitution Chapter of the Surface Navy Association (SNA) recently named Chief Engineman (SW) Corbin Stalcup, assigned to USS Freedom (LCS1), as the 2010 George Sirian Meritorious Service, Award winner.
The draft and basic hull construction allows the craft to operate effectively in environments from open seas to shallow river waters," said Chief Engineman (SW) Michael Flanagan RCB engineer, "That means we are capable of being launched from shore or a ship and operating in almost any environment that our area commander requires.
We visited with a recruiter, Senior Chief Engineman (SW) Larry Sanchez, who manned the recruiting station at La Junta, Cob.