Se, W28-201 Washington, District Of Columbia 20590 Place Of Performance: Suisun Bay Reserve Fleet Benicia, California 94510 United States Primary Point Of Contact.
What does RESFLT stand for?
RESFLT stands for Reserve Fleet
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Regional Service Team (various organizations)
- Restructured Electric Service Education Trust
- Retired Scientists, Engineers, and Technicians
- Rat Embryonic Skin Fibroblast (biological chemistry)
- Real Estate Structured Finance
- Regional Emergency Support Function (US DHS)
- Research and Engineering Support Facility
- Research Electronics Support Facility (Auburn University; Alabama)
- Réseau Éducation Sans Frontières (French: Network Education Without Borders)
- Réseau D’épidemio-Surveillance Franco-Italien sur les Zoonoses (French)
- Reserve Financial Management/Active Duty for Training System
- Reserve Force (Naval Reserve Force)
- Real Estate Services Group (various locations)
- Real Estate Solutions Group (various locations)
- Renewable Energy Sub-Group (Australia and UK)
- Representante Especial del Secretario General (Spanish: Special Representative of the Secretary-General; UN)
- Requirements Engineering Specialist Group (British Computer Society; UK)
- Research Engineering Standing Group (US DoD)
- Association Nationale des Réservistes et des Sympathisants de la Gendarmerie (French: National Associatin of Reservists and Supporters of the Force)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Leicester Challenge went on to enter the reserve fleet at Cowes on the Isle of Wight, ready to deputise at any RNLI station whose Atlantic boat needs a refit.
Besides merchant marine training, she is part of the US ready reserve fleet and has been used for evacuating personnel in Somalia in 1994 and carrying supplies after Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
English's assignments have included Commanding Officer, Naval Reserve Fleet Industrial Supply Center Norfolk Headquarters 107, Norfolk, Va.
It has been anchored for years among rusting hulks of the James River Reserve Fleet, commonly known as the "Ghost Fleet", in Fort Eustis, Virginia.
We already have six vessels berthed, including four ships from the American Defence Reserve Fleet, and currently we are in negotiations with a number of parties for additional work, including wind turbine construction and further ship recycling.
Department of Transportation's Maritime Administration (MARAD) has made arrangements to remove the last of several high-priority vessels from the James River Reserve Fleet in Virginia.
She eventually passed into the reserve fleet in 1939.