Dad-of-two Rick joined the Royal Navy as a stores accountant in 1996 and counts a career highlight as his posting to HMS Ark Royal from 2001-2005, which included the second Gulf War, where he met his future wife, Leigh.
What does SA stand for?
SA stands for Stores Accountant
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We have 222 other meanings of SA in our Acronym Attic
- State Agency (various organizations)
- State Annex (department of state building)
- Station Actual
- Status Asthmaticus
- Stealth Assassin (gaming)
- Stent Area
- Stick Arena (game)
- Stochastic Approximation
- Storage Allocator
- Storage Area
Samples in periodicals archive:
Naval stores accountant Vicky, the passenger in the Ford, died at the scene while driver Zoe, a prison officer, died a day later.
Their colleague Stores Accountant Richard Holleworth was injured in the blast and passed out having tried to rescue the men.
James Brown, 24, from Merthyr Tydfil, a stores accountant on HMS Cardiff, was waiting on the quayside to join the crew.
Royal Navy leading stores accountant Roger East, aged 27, is homeward bound on the frigate HMS Lancaster after a six-month stint in the Middle East.
But the former Dunnes Stores accountant denied that he had anything to do with the final payment of pounds 200,000.
A colleague, stores accountant Richard Holleworth, was injured in the blast and passed out having tried to rescue the fatally injured men.
Royal Navy stores accountant Richard Holleworth was sitting less than a metre away from the blast which killed colleagues Anthony Huntrod, 20, from Sunderland, and Paul McCann, 32, from the West Midlands.