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What does RAS stand for?
RAS stands for Replenishment At Sea
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 411 other meanings of RAS in our Acronym Attic
- Remote Administration Service (various companies)
- Remote Administration Software
- Remote Airborne Sensor (RFINT sensor carried on board the U-2 aircraft)
- Remote Alarm Station
- Remote Analog Scanner
- Remote Antenna Site
- Renal Artery Stenosis
- Renin-Angiotensin System
- Repair Approval Sheet (aviation maintenance)
- RePEc (Research Papers in Economics) Author Servive
- Replication At Sending
- Report Application Server (Crystal Reports)
- Republicans Abroad Switzerland
- Request Automation System
- Required At Site
- Requirements Allocation Sheet
- Research Activity Survey
- Research Advisory Service (various locations)
- Research Associates of Syracuse, Inc.
- Research, Analysis & Statistics (US IRS)
Samples in periodicals archive:
An examination of the 7th Fleet Schedule of Events (SOE) and the Replenishment at Sea (RAS) schedule revealed that the USNS Matthew Perry was the best CLF ship for the test and that the USS Denver was the best Sea Base platform for transshipment ashore.
watches a refueling rig approach USS Cowpens (CG 63) during a replenishment at sea.
During this period Replenishment at Sea (RAS) techniques were developed, especially by the United States Navy.
Thus, Inskip affords the reader a day-by-day view of life aboard a Royal Navy ship at war, including the normal routine of sailors and operations such as replenishment at sea, escort duty, and naval gunfire support.
However, the pilot elected not to land on the parent ship due to limited waveoff capability while the ship was undergoing replenishment at sea (RAS) with another ship alongside.
This 18,000-ton ship--a tad smaller than the Nimitz--could provide replenishment at sea, strategic sealift and disaster or humanitarian relief support.
Replenishment at sea of dry cargo is conducted using tensioned span wire cables that connect the two vessels.