The student naval aviator in a TA-4J proceeded to the approach end for a "roll and go" takeoff and entry into the field carrier landing practice (FCLP) pattern.
What does SNA stand for?
SNA stands for Student Naval Aviator
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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We have 213 other meanings of SNA in our Acronym Attic
- Soviet Naval Aviation
- Special Needs Assistant (various organizations; Ireland)
- Staples National Advantage
- Star Neighborhood Approach
- State Nature Area (various locations)
- Statement of Nonavailability
- Steerable Null Antenna
- Stichting voor de Nederlandse Archeologie (Dutch Archaeology Body)
- Strategic National Account
- Strategic Needs Assessment
- Student Nursing Association
- Subordination, Nondisturbance, and Attornment (lease agreement)
- Subsurface, Nuclear-Powered Attack (Submarine)
- Surface Navy Association
- Survivable Network Analysis
- Switch Network Address
- Switchmen's Union of North America
- Synchronous Network Architecture
- Syndicat National d'Apiculture (French: National Apiculture Union)
- Syndicat National des Antiquaires (French: National Union of Antiques Dealers)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Ensign Stephen Defazio, a student naval aviator with HT-8 at NAS Whiting Field, Fla, was flying a TH-57C day, tactic-straining flight.
SSSI) is the prime contractor and will provide Contractor Logistics Support for the Chief of Naval Air Training's Undergraduate Student Naval Aviator (CNATRA) training missions.
Those words are particularly significant to the 17 student naval aviators who earned their wings April 7 at Naval Air Station Kingsville and Naval Air Station Meridian, Miss.
LIEUTENANT CHRISTOPHER METZ, A FLIGHT instructor with VT-2, was instructing a student naval aviator (SNA) during a T-34C, day contact flight.
Goshawk Gotcha Following a brief from his LSO and Lead Safe, a student naval aviator launched on his first carrier qualification flight.
With the successful completion of OPEVAL and its recommendation for fleet introduction by the Navy's Operational Test and Evaluation Force, the first class of student naval aviators is expected to graduate in the fall.
Merrell, a T-45 strike-flight instructor from VT-21 based at NAS Kingsville, stood CNATRA duty landing-signal officer (LSO) at NAS Key West, he was notified that a student naval aviator (SNA) was diverting from USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN-71).