Mission 2: Help CNO Define the Future Navy and Its Roles and Missions.
What does FN stand for?
FN stands for Future Navy
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of FN
We have 19 other meanings of FN in our Acronym Attic
- Formula Nippon (Japan)
- Fowler-Nordheim (electronics)
- Fracture Numérique (French: Digital Divide)
- Fragged Nation (gaming website)
- Front National
- Froude Number
- Fully Non-Reciprocal Method
- Function (keyboard key, BASIC keyword)
- Functional Description
- Fundación Natura (Spanish: Nature Foundation)
- Fuzzy Navel (cocktail)
- Foundation News and Commentary (magazine)
- Front National - Mouvement National (French political party)
- Focus Corresponding to N1
- Fractional N2 Concentration
- Fachnormenausschuß (any German DIN standard, in particular DIN 3380)
- Facility Needs Assessment (various locations)
- Facteur Natriurétique Auriculaire (French: Atrial Natriuretic Factor)
- Fairbanks Native Association (Fairbanks, AK)
- Fast Neighbor Advertisement
Samples in periodicals archive:
I compile and use the information to inform other MOC LRC training and education, and to inform future Navy doctrinal revisions.
The new machine is not a gambling device but is being used to develop automatic signal detection methods for future Navy radar.
One official estimated any future navy deal could be worth $30 billion, but another said it was too soon to say.
For those outstanding petty officers who want to help shape the future Navy, your detailer can give you information on applying for instructor duty.
Hite Team: Government Accountability Office: Information Technology Phone: (202) 512-6256 Recommendations for Executive Action ---------- Recommendation: To strengthen Navy ERP management control and better provide for the program's success, and to improve the reliability of Navy ERP benefit estimates and cost estimates, the Secretary of Defense should direct the Secretary of the Navy, through the appropriate chain of command, to ensure that future Navy ERP estimates include uncertainty analyses of estimated benefits, reflect the risks associated with not having cost data for comparable ERP programs, and are otherwise derived in full accordance with the other key estimating practices, and economic analysis practices discussed in this report.
If one looks at photos of modern day warships and compares them to conceptual drawings of future Navy vessels, the most striking difference is the lack of antennas on the advanced gray hulls.
We all need to be at the table to determine the best way to meet the requirements of the future Navy and Marine Corps.