His duty stations include Submarine Group TWO, San Diego; USS Satyr (ARL23); Supply Officer, USS Higbee (DDR 806); Naval Station, San Diego; Naval Air Station North Island, San Diego; Naval Supply Depot, Subic Bay, Luzon, R.
What does SUBGRU stand for?
SUBGRU stands for Submarine Group
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- Military and Government
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- Sit-Up Berth Development Project
- Society for Upgrading the Built Environment
- Supposed Unsolicited Bulk Mail (SpamCop)
- Submarine Forces East Atlantic
- State Universal Basic Education Board (Nigeria)
- Submarine Exercise
- Submarine operations warning
- Subject to Correction
- Scripture Union Britain and Ireland (UK; est. 1867)
- Southern Urals Biophysics Institute (Russia)
- Special Unit of Beneficial Interest (auto lease securitization)
- Subjective Well-Being Inventory
- Substance Abuse and Brain Injury
- Submarine Integrated Control
- Sociedad Uruguaya de Biología y Medicina Nuclear
- Submarine Board of Inspection & Survey, Atlantic
- Submarine Board of Inspection & Survey, Pacific
- Sustainable Use of Biological Resources
Samples in periodicals archive:
Jennifer Cragg, a spokeswoman for the Pittsburgh's submarine group in Groton, told reporters that Ward has received a letter of reprimand for adultery and other military violations.
When 9/11 happened I had just transferred from USS Newport News (SSN 750) to Submarine Group Seven, Yokosuka, Japan," said Perez.
According to German records, the U-533 was one of five U-boats sent from Europe in mid-1943 to the Arabian Sea region where the submarine group reportedly sank six enemy ships estimated at 33,800 tonnes.
Bird is being assigned as commander, Submarine Group Seven, Yokosuka, Japan.
Tammy Campbell, chief knowledge officer at Submarine Group 10.
HONOLULU, March 5 Kyodo (EDS: UPDATING WITH CLOSING OF COURT, DETAILS) A submarine group commander who conducted a preliminary inquiry into last month's collision between a Navy submarine and a Japanese fisheries training ship pointed out deficiencies in the staffing and machinery on the sub leading up to the accident in the U.
The admiral delivered a two-hour lecture, explaining in elaborate detail why each carrier group needed this many destroyers, each submarine group needed that many destroyers, and so on, down the fleet--"and there, Mr.