His other duty stations include Curriculum Manager and Instructor, Transportation Management Division, Navy Supply Corps School; Department Head, USS Fife (DD 991); Navy Liaison, Headquarters, Air Mobility Command in support of Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom; Assistant Supply Officer aboard USS Theodore Roosez'elt (CVN 71); Supply Operations Officer and Force Ordnance Logistics Officer, Commander, Naval Surface Forces Atlantic; including a seven month Individual Augmentee (IA) assignment as a Staff Joint Petroleum Officer, Logistics Directorate (J4t, HQ US Central Command at McDiIl Air Force Base, Tampa Fla.
What does SURFOR stand for?
SURFOR stands for Surface Forces (US Navy)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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See other definitions of SURFOR
- Society of Utility and Regulatory Financial Analysts
- Salford University Research Focus on Accessible Environments (UK)
- Sustainable Urban and Regional Freight Flows (Germany)
- Surface Forces Atlantic (Us Navy)
- Surface Forces Atlantic Instruction (see COMNAVSURFLANT)
- Surface Localization
- Surface Maintenance Effectiveness Review
- Surface Movement Report
- Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowships in Oceanography (University of Rhode Island)
- Surf Observation
- Surface Orientation (US Navy)
- Surface Forces, Pacific
- Surface Radiation
- Surface Radiation Budget Network
- Shell Users' Revolutionary Front Rage against the Web (software)
- Surf Report
- Surface Force Supply Procedures
- Surface Towed Array System
- Sanctuary Urban Records Group (recording label)
- Security for Ubiquitous Resources Group (Indiana University; Bloomington, IN)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The exercise would see the Surface Forces and the Air Force elements fighting together in close coordination with each other.
Topics to be addressed include fluid preparation and delivery, application methods, pre-metered coating, the impact of machinery, electrostatics, substrates and supports, surface forces, process control, web handling, and tension control.
Warm water near the surface forces fish, plankton and other prey into deeper water, where it cannot be reached by seabirds.
Pacific Fleet; Commander, Naval Surface Forces; Commander, Naval Surface Forces Atlantic; Commander, Submarine Forces Command; Commander, Submarine Forces Pacific; Commander, Naval Air Forces Atlantic; Commander, Military Sealift Command; Commander, Navy Warfare Development Command; Commander, Naval Safety Center; Commander, Naval Sea Systems Command; DDG Class Squadron; and several ship safety officers are working together to break the barriers preventing the exchange of hazard, near mishap, and lessons learned reporting in the afloat community.
Etnyre, who recently retired as commander of naval surface forces.
Terry Etnyre, commander, Naval Surface Forces, based in Coronado, Calif.
Both the birth of the air arm and modern thinking regarding strategic attack stem from the cataclysm of World War I, characterized by the ability of surface forces to kill their enemies by the hundreds of thousands and an equal inability to produce a decision on the battlefield.