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What does SME stand for?
SME stands for School of Military Engineering
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- Republic of Surinam (international auto identification)
- Saami, Northern (Norwegian ISO Language Code)
- Sales & Marketing Executives International
- Sales Management Engineer
- Santé Mentale Europe (French: Mental Health Europe)
- Sausage McMuffin with Egg (McDonalds)
- Scale Model Equipment (UK)
- School of Materials Engineering
- Science-Mathematics Education (various schools)
- Secure Mobile Environment
- Security Message Exchange
- Seine-Maritime Expansion (est. 1968)
- Selector Mark Enable
- Semaine Mondiale de l'Entrepreneuriat (French: Global Week of Entrepreneurship)
- Semiconductor Manufacturing Equipment
- Senior Management Executive
- Senior Mechanical Engineer
- Service Management Enterprise (software)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Speaking before the funeral, Cpl Mark Keeling, Spr Cottrell's commander in the Royal School of Military Engineering, said: "Matthew was a very strong, robust individual who got things done and to whom others looked up to.
After returning to the UK, he began a higher training course with the Royal School of Military Engineering in Chatham, Kent, which he was due to complete next month.
All officers, regardless of their academic qualifications, undertake a year of officer training at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst (RMAS), followed by the 27-week Royal Engineer Troop Commanders' Course (RETCC) at the Royal School of Military Engineering (RSME).
Griffiths was a man of previous good character, had pleaded guilty, and was a valued member of the Royal School of Military Engineering.
Andrew, who is training to be a welder and sheet metal worker at the Royal School of Military Engineering at Chatham, was roped into the sport by a friend.
Late in 1949 I had begun an extra regimental posting with the Royal Canadian School of Military Engineering at Chilliwack.
He now has a desk job at the Royal School of Military Engineering near Gillingham, Kent.