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What does CHNAVPERS stand for?
CHNAVPERS stands for Chief of Naval Personnel (Washington)
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- Military and Government
- Community Health Nurses of Alberta (Canada)
- Converium Holdings North America
- Corn Hill Neighborhood Association (Rochester, New York)
- Crieve Hall Neighborhood Association (Nashville, Tennessee)
- Community Health Nurses Association of Canada
- Community Health Needs Assessment Project
- Chronic Hypertrophic Non-Allergic Rhinitis
- Chief Naval Advisory Group
- Chief, Navy-Marine Corps Military Affiliate Radio System
- Chief of Naval Material
- Chief of Naval Reserves
- Chief, Navy Section, Military Assistance Advisory Group
- Central Hollywood Neighborhood Council (Hollywood, CA)
- Clarina Howard Nichols Center (victims shelter; Morrisville, VT)
- Community Health Nurses of Canada (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
- Community Health Network of Connecticut
- Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum (Smithsonian Institution; New York, NY)
- Centre Hospitalier Nord Deux-Sèvres (French: North Deux-Sèvres Hospital Center; Deux-Sèvres, France)
- Community Health Nursing Examination
- Cameron Highlands Nature Education Center (Malaysia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
CHIEF of Naval Personnel for the US Navy, Vice Admiral Mark E Ferguson, visited sailors at the Naval Support Activity Bahrain, Juffair, to discuss personnel issues and to thank them for their service.
Coverage includes his brutal imprisonment at the "Hanoi Hilton" during the Vietnam War and his later rise to such positions as Commander of the Third Fleet, Superintendent of the Naval Academy, and Chief of Naval Personnel.
PeopleSoft HCM will enable the Navy to make a tremendous technological leap in our manpower and personnel systems," said Chief of Naval Personnel Vice Adm.
Fleet; commanded USS Perry; served in Bureau of Navigation (1942-43), USS Indiana in Gilbert, New Hebrides, and Marshall Islands (1943-44), Amphibious Group 8, Seventh Fleet Amphibious Force (1944-45); participated in landings at Morotai, Leyte, and Lingayen; commanded VII Force in assault on Biak and Sansapor; responsible for landings in southwestern Luzon and Palawan, Philippines (1945); Assistant Chief of Naval Personnel (1945); commander, Battleships and Cruisers, Atlantic Fleet (1945-47); Deputy Chief of Naval Operations, Personnel (1947-50); Commander in Chief, Atlantic and U.
Other Birthdays: David Atherton, Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra music director, 58; television presenter Michael Barratt, 74; American actor Mel Gibson, 46; educationist Sir Roy Harding, 78 Admiral Sir Michael Layard, former Chief of Naval Personnel, 66; ballerina Anya Linden (Lady Sainsbury of Preston Candover), 69; German racing driver Michael Schumacher, 33; architect Robert Steedman, 73; BBC sports commentator David Vine, 73.