11, two fast sealift ships, the USNS Capella and USNS Altair arrived at Savannah.
What does FSS stand for?
FSS stands for Fast Sealift Ship
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 296 other meanings of FSS in our Acronym Attic
- Failed Signal State
- Faith Stepping Stones (ministry)
- Fakulta Socialnich Studii (Czech: Faculty of Social Studies)
- Fall Symposium Series (Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence)
- Familial Short Stature
- Family Self-Sufficiency
- Family Social Support
- Family Stabilization Service (various locations)
- Family Support Services of North Florida, Inc.
- Fanguard Security Services (UK)
- Fast Slot Synchronization
- Fast System Switch (Unix)
- Fault Status Symbol
- Feature Sign Search (computing algorithm)
- Federal Security Service
- Federal Specifications and Standards
- Federal Supply Schedule
- Federal Supply Schedule/Service
- Federal Supply Service (US General Services Administration)
- Fédération Sportive de Speed Badminton (French badminton federation)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The United States also needs to continue to pursue the acquisition and development of future sealift platforms like the shallow draft high-speed ship (SDHSS), monohull fast sealift ship, and other high-speed Navy vessels.
Previously he managed eight ships as AMSEA's Fast Sealift Ship (FSS) program manager.
Together, MSC's eight fast sealift ships can carry almost all of the equipment to outfit an Army mechanized infantry division.
If no suitable ships are available, the government turns to its own shipping, beginning with operational Fast Sealift Ships and Surge LMSRs.
Fast Sealift Ships (owned by Military Sealift Command) (3.
equipoment, particularly the M-1 tanks which are aboard these fast sealift ships and begin arriving next week" ("Nightline," August 24).
The "Fast Sealift Ship User's Manual", TEA Pamphlet 700-7, dated August 2005, is a new pamphlet designed to aid marine cargo specialists, vessel stowplanners, and anyone involved with planning, loading, or stowing cargo on a fast sealift ship.