and then to the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations at the Pentagon.
What does OCNO stand for?
OCNO stands for Office of the Chief of Naval Operations (US Navy)
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Next, he served as the Naval Surface Fire Support section head in the Surface Warfare Division of Office of the Chief of Naval Operations (OPNAV N86).
The contract is part of Portable Radios Program, which procures and fields radios for the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations for secure/non-secure voice and data communications, satellite communications, and emergency communications for ships.
is being assigned as chief of naval research/director, test and evaluation and technology requirements, N091, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, Washington, D.
The DON CIO and the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations (DNS-6) are currently co-chairing a PII Incident Reduction Working Group to review existing policy and provide new guidance and policy as necessary.
Henry Ulrich, the director of surface warfare in the office of the chief of naval operations.
navy director, Submarine Warfare Division, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, in testimony to Congress on submarine force structure and modernization, has stated that the navy now has the ability to detect advanced diesel submarines in littoral waters using passive sonar systems, at ranges they didn't think possible in the past.
He was assigned to the office of the chief of naval operations, where his duties involved the naval inventory control program.