On April 17, 2005 he was working on a Lock System Project at Farragut Naval Training Station, which is a former U.
What does NAVTRASTA stand for?
NAVTRASTA stands for Naval Training Station
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Naval Air Training Command
- Navy Tactical Support Activity
- Navy Training & Development
- Naval Training Devices Center
- Naval Training Equipment Center
- Naval Training Aids Center
- Naval Training Meteorology and Oceanography
- Naval Transportation Support Center
- Navy Transportation Coordinating Office
- Navigation and Traffic Control Satellite
- Naval Training Systems Center
- National Association for Vocational Training and Social Services
- Naval Unit
- Nederlands Antilliaanse Voetbal Unie (Dutch: Dutch Antillean Football Union)
- National Association of Veterans Upward Bound (US Department of Education; various schools)
- National Association of Veterans Upward Bound Project Personnel
- Naval Undersea Warfare Center
- Naval Undersea Warfare Engineering Station
- Naval Undersea Warfare Engineering Station Detachment
- Naval Aerospace Vehicle Wiring Action Group
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Mole, a photographer at a naval training station, and Thomas, a director of a 500-person church choir, were used to working with large groups of people.
Navy in both the Atlantic and Pacific sectors from 1944 to 1946, with postings at Sampson Naval Training Station, Geneva, N.
Mitchell Palmer refused Roosevelt's request to have the Justice Department begin a thorough investigation of Newport's Naval Training Station and the YMCA.
At Camp Robert S malls, Great Lakes Naval Training Station, Ill.
Pacific Fleet, Naval Training Station, San Diego, Calif.
There are also various editions of the Newport Recruit, World War II editions of the Newport Daily News, and the Newport Herald from 1945, as well as photographs of USS Hartford, USS Gloucester, and sailors at the Newport Naval Training Station in 1918.
Of 16 black enlisted men who gathered at Great Lakes Naval Training Station in January, 1944, 13 graduated and the surviving eight tell how, Stillwell says, they "held onto their dignity, pride and humor in the face of prejudice, paving the way for future black officers.