The change of command for that position, which is now held by John Allen, is scheduled for early February.
What does C OF C stand for?
C OF C stands for Change of Command
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of C OF C
- Chevaliers de Colombe (French: Knights of Columbus; Canada)
- Conditioned Diphase (US DoD)
- Counterpart International
- Centre of Attention (UK)
- Certificate of Airworthiness
- Certificate of Analysis
- Certificate of Approval
- Commonwealth of Australia
- Captain of the Afterguard (US Navy)
- Certificate of Compliance
- Continuum of Care
- Captain of the Forecastle (US Navy rank)
- Certificate of Fitness (various locations)
- Construction of Facilities
- Cost of Facilities
- Captain of the Hold (US Navy)
- Captain of the Mizen Top (US Navy rank)
- Captain of the Main Top (US Navy rank)
- Captain of Tops (US Navy rank)
- Candidate in Philosophy
Samples in periodicals archive:
who retired from the Air Force with 39 years of military service after the change of command.
Wolfe as Commander, Navy Expeditionary Logistics Support Group (NAVELSG) during a change of command ceremony held at Naval Weapons Station Yorktown-Cheatham Annex, this past September.
Jason Jorgensen as the commanding officer of VP-5 during a change of command ceremony on 13 May 2011.
John Sullivan in a change of command ceremony July 6 in Kuwait.
European Command Change of Command Ceremony, June 30, 2009.
Two years later at his change of command I know that these visits, the military families and our wounded played heavily on his mind; it's what also gave rise to the multi-million dollar charity known as the CDS's military family fund.
Bruce Carlson during a change of command held at the National Museum of the U.
Signal Center and Fort Gordon in a change of command ceremony on Barton Field early Tuesday morning.