The Authority requires experienced Technicians capable of working on the Apache Helicopter at its main operating base, Wattisham Station, Ipswich, Suffolk with possible detached duty at other UK MOD locations (as required).
What does DET stand for?
DET stands for Detached Duty (overtime forms)
This definition appears somewhat frequently
See other definitions of DET
We have 90 other meanings of DET in our Acronym Attic
- Data Event Table (PSIP, HDTV broadcasting)
- Date Entered Training
- Décentralisation et Économie des Territoires (French: Decentralization and the Economy of Territories)
- Decomposition Event Tree
- Departamento de Educación Teológica
- Department of Education and Training (Australia)
- Department of Employment and Training
- Depletion-Layer-Extended Transistor (circuits)
- Design Evaluation Test
Samples in periodicals archive:
18) Although on detached duty at Portland, Maine, since 1863, Frederick Gerber, a German immigrant and Mexican War veteran, was carried on the wartime muster rolls as the assigned company first sergeant.
This has resulted in a number of important trades facing severe manning problems such as weapons systems operators who are 80 personnel short of a required 580, according to the figures obtained by the Tories in a Parliamentary RAF medical personnel, who provide the majority of doctors and nurses for emergency helicopter evacuations, have also been heavily pressed into service spending on average 161 days on detached duty.
And those on detached duty in areas with no fully-manned station clock up 48 hours in no time, since even on-call hours are included.
The man, who has not been named, was believed to have only recently started work at Brockhill Women's Jail near Redditch, Worcestershire, having been on detached duty from another prison.