Seventy-eight members from 13 regional maritime services participated in engineering, navigation and seamanship exercises designed to improve operational capabilities at TRADEWINDS 2007 in Belize.
What does SEAMEX stand for?
SEAMEX stands for Seamanship Exercise
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Southeastern Area Monitoring and Assessment Program
- Shelf-Edge Advection, Mortality and Recruitment (programme; European Union)
- Southeast Asia Military Altitude Reservation Facility
- South East Asian Math Competition
- South East Australia Maritime Education Centre (Lakes Entrance, Australia)
- South East Asian Ministers of Education Organization
- Southeast Asian Ministers Education Organisation
- Southeast Asian Minister of Education, Organization, Innovation and Technology
- Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Secretariat
- South East Asia Middle East Western Europe
- Structural Engineers Association of Michigan
- Southern and Eastern African Mineral Centre
- NAVSEA Management Information System
- Science and Engineering Associates Membrane Instrumentation and Sampling Technique
- System for Environmental and Agricultural Modelling Linking European Science and Society
- Simple Evolutionary Algorithm for Multi-Objective Optimization
- South East Automotive Media Organization
- Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization
- Satellite Environmental Analysis Mobile Oceanographic System
- Single-Excitations-Adapted Molecular Orbitals
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Capt Alan Roach, the ship's commanding officer, said: "Our role was to support HMS Invincible, both with replenishments and also with warfare and seamanship exercises.
The instructors offer no sympathy, giving the students 10 minutes to muster for the next grueling seamanship exercise.