DBR provides superior performance in a broad range of environments and supports a wide variety of mission requirements, including self-defense/anti-air warfare, anti-submarine warfare, anti-surface warfare, situational awareness, land attack, naval gunfire support, surface search, navigation and air traffic control.
What does NGS stand for?
NGS stands for Naval Gunfire Support
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- Military and Government
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We have 119 other meanings of NGS in our Acronym Attic
- National Geographic Society
- National Geological Society
- National Geospatial Intelligence School
- National Gerbil Society (UK)
- National Government Services (various organizations)
- National Graduate School
- National Graduates Survey (Canada)
- National Grid System (various locations)
- Natural Guide Star
- Naval General Staff (Japan)
- Navigation Guidance System
- Nearby Galaxy Survey (US NASA)
- Network Gateway Server
- New Generation Society (various locations)
- New Generation Software, Inc.
- Newlands Girls' School (UK)
- Next Generation Seamless (hotel reservation systems technology of data sharing across the web)
- Next Generation Security (software)
- Next Generation Sequencing (genomics)
- Next Generation Services
Samples in periodicals archive:
It had Doyle reporting directly to him, while granting Doyle considerable discretion and unusually wide-ranging responsibilities, not only for the redeployment itself but for shipping protection, control of air support and naval gunfire support in the embarkation areas, and maintenance of the blockade along the Korean east coast.
The attack came after the US had provided naval gunfire support to a Lebanese Army operation, which undermined their impartial status as peacekeepers.
Australia is providing naval gunfire support and special forces.
6) Doyle had organic naval gunfire support under his control.
Armed with a new advanced gun system and extended range guided munitions, the ship will provide naval gunfire support at a high rate of fire up to 100 miles inland.
The lethal combination of air power and naval gunfire support proved crucial to Operation Chromite's success.
He also presents the Navy's one-sided argument for a missile-armed "arsenal ship" to fill the critical shortfall in naval gunfire support.