So we developed and executed a battalion gunnery program, much like a maneuver battalion, in order to certify 24 convoy escort teams (CETs) according to Training Circular 4-11.
What does CET stand for?
CET stands for Convoy Escort Team
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We have 312 other meanings of CET in our Acronym Attic
- Concurrent Engineering Team
- Construction Electrician (Telecommunications)
- Construction Excise Tax (Oregon)
- Containment Event Tree
- Continuing Education and Training
- Contraband Enforcement Team
- Contract voor de Economie en de Tewerkstelling
- Contractual Engineering Task
- Control Equipment Technician
- Controlled Emission Toilet (safe hygienic disposal of contents of toilet tanks on railway carriages)
- Core Evaluation Team
- Core Exit Thermocouple
- Corporate Executive Team (various locations)
- Corrected Effective Temperature
- Cotisation Économique Territoriale (French: Economic Contribution Region)
- Crew Escape Technology
- Critical Entry Time
- Critical Experiment Tank
- Cumulative Elapsed Time
- Customer Event Tracking
Samples in periodicals archive:
14 November 2011 Just hours after meeting, Air Force truckers from the 70th Medium Truck Detachment and a convoy escort team of Soldiers put their lives in one another's hands.
For example, over a series of four R-CAAT sessions with sustainment brigade command teams, it became clear that the mounted crew gunnery skills of convoy escort teams needed to be enhanced.
Iraqi Transportation Network One inevitable change that had a significant impact on our operation was a reduction in convoy escort teams that provided security for the logistics movements to our supported areas.
Our convoy escort teams have the best up-armored vehicles in the Army inventory, with technologies to counter the improvised explosive device threat We aggressively pursued the rapid integration of the Caiman Plus fleet into the convoy escort and security teams, which is saving countless lives.
Specifically, the chief of operations worked with the appropriate divisions to ensure that RCTs reacted to threats and that convoy escort teams in the immediate vicinity were notified.
Providing sustainment to coalition forces in and around Mosul and Kirkuk required well-trained, disciplined, and tactically patient leaders and convoy escort teams at all levels.