It said Price was assigned to a Naval Special Warfare unit in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
What does NSWU stand for?
NSWU stands for Naval Special Warfare Unit (US Navy)
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- New South Wales Therapeutic Advisory Group (Australia)
- New South Wales Transport Department (Australia)
- Naval Special Warfare Task Element (US DoD)
- New South Wales Teachers Federation (Australia)
- Naval Special Warfare Task Group
- National Social Welfare Training Institute (Tanzania)
- New South Wales Thoroughbred Racing Board (Australia)
- New South Wales Tertiary Student Rugby League (Australia)
- Naval Special Warfare Task Unit
- National Security Workers Union (UK)
- Nederlandse Samengestelde Wedstrijd Vereniging (Dutch: Dutch Composite Contest Association)
- Nederlandse Sturge-Weber Vereniging (Dutch: Dutch Sturge-Weber Association)
- New South Wales Vice Chancellors Committee
- National Severe Weather Workshop (US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration)
- National Social Work Week (Canadian Association of Social Workers)
- New South Wales Wine Industry Association (Griffith, New South Wales, Australia)
- National Severe Weather Warning Service (UK)
- New South Wales Wheelchair Sports Association (Australia)
- North Staffordshire Warm Zone (UK)
- N Syndrome
Samples in periodicals archive:
Price was assigned to a Naval Special Warfare unit in Virginia.
Price, was assigned to a Naval Special Warfare unit in Virginia Beach, Virginia, and was the commanding officer of SEAL Team Four.
The release only said 15 of the 17 sailors were assigned to an "East Coast-based Naval Special Warfare unit.
Naval Special Warfare Unit (NSWU) 1, Guam * NSWU 3, Bahrain Commander, NSWG 2, Little Creek, Va.
Chris Irwin, executive officer of Naval Special Warfare Unit 2, who led the expedition in memory of his father, Paul.
Naval special warfare units will expand significantly, Masters-at-arms involved in antiterrorism, force protection and security missions have increased from 1,700 to almost 10,000 since the 9/11 attacks.
Members of a Naval Special Warfare Unit recently trained with the Fuerza Especial Naval (FEN), the Guatemalan Naval Special Forces, in San Jose, Guatemala, as part of a five-week Joint Combined Exchange Training (JCET) exercise focusing on maritime interdiction.