Other guests in attendance included CDR John Eckardt, Commanding Officer, Military Sealift Command Office, Guam; CDR Steve Anderiack, Executive Officer, Naval Base Guam; LCDR Andrew Sholtes, Command Chaplain, USS Frank Cable (AS 40); and Matt Pothen, President Guam Shipyard.
What does MSCO stand for?
MSCO stands for Military Sealift Command Office
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 3 other meanings of MSCO in our Acronym Attic
- Mobile Satellite Communication Network
- Multi Services Carrier Network
- Multi-Spectral Camouflage Netting
- Multiple Sclerosis Certified Nurse
- Municipal Services Center North (California)
- Miniature Schnauzer Club of Northern California
- Management Seminar for College Newspaper Editors
- Methicillin-Susceptible Coagulase-Negative Staphylococcus
- Mississippi Sandhill Crane National Wildlife Refuge (US Fish and Wildlife Service; Jackson County, MS)
- Massachusetts Society of Clinical Oncologists (est. 1985)
- Minnesota Society of Clinical Oncology (est. 1992)
- Modeling and Simulation Coordination Office
- Minnesota State Council on Disability (St. Paul)
- Maneuver Support Center of Excellence (Fort Leonard Wood, MO; US Army)
- Multiple Sclerosis Centers of Excellence (Virginia)
- Master of Science in Communications Management (University of Lugano; Switzerland)
- Microsoft Common Object Runtime Execution Engine (software)
- Managed Services Channel Program (Cisco)
- Mass Storage & Control Protocol
- Master of Science in Clinical Psychology (various schools)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The move of the SDDC community will also include tenant units: the Department of Homeland Security representatives, the United States Coast Guard Activity--Europe, the Military Sealift Command Office Northern Europe, the 623rd Movement Control Team-Rotterdam, and the USAF Liaison Office.
Guantanamo Bay is a Navy base and, therefore, not built for normal cargo operations, meaning the piers do not have large cranes like a commercial port," said Charlie LeBlanc, Operations Officer, Military Sealift Command Office, Beaumont, Texas.