Why does the Department of Veterans Affairs remove the Individual Unemployability (IU) designator when awarding 100% disability?
What does DESIG stand for?
DESIG stands for Designator
This definition appears frequently
See other definitions of DESIG
- Desorption Electrospray Ionization
- Digital End-Speed Indicator
- Diplôme d'Etudes Supérieures d'Instituteur (French: Graduate Teaching Diploma; various universities)
- Direction de l'Enseignement de Service en Informatique (French: Directorate of Education in Computer Service; Canada)
- Division for Economic and Social Information (UN)
- Drug Efficacy Study Implementation
- Duke Energy Solutions, Inc.
- Defence Scientific Information and Documentation Centre (India)
- Distance Education Systemwide Interactive Electronic Newsletter
- Designated Area Message (US DoD)
- Desire Experience Spiritual gifts Individual Style Growth phase Natural abilities
- Data Editing System for Instructional Information (University of California, Davis)
- Desi (Arnaz) - Lucille (Ball) (Hollywood studio)
- Design and Industry
- Demographic, Environmental, and Security Issues Project
- Department for Economic and Social Information and Policy Analysis (United Nations)
- Data from an Epidemiological Study on the Insulin Resistance
- Delivering Environmental Solutions into Regional Enterprise (UK)
- Development of a European Service for Information on Research and Education
Samples in periodicals archive:
During the testing, which lasted three days and nights, the designator was fired at various Nato-standard target arrays at specified distances.
Air Force officials encourage all Airmen to affix name, rank and service designator tapes instead of waiting for the Oct.
The SOFLAM SOFLRD is a lightweight integrated laser designator and rangefinder that provides Special Operations Forces personnel the capability to locate and designate critical enemy targets for destruction using laser-guided ordnance.
Maybe a certain version of the F-22 could have a laser designator in place of that other gear.
Sensors that have target location errors larger than 10 meters are the ground-vehicular laser locator designator (G/VLLD), first generation FLIR Bradley eyesafe laser rangefinder (BELRF) and lightweight laser designator rangefinder (LLDR).
It may even signal a break with recent tradition, and drop Cadillac's three-letter model designators for a name from Cadillac's past.
In this article, three kinds of such designators are distinguished and their semantics is discussed.