; USS Higgins (DDG 76); USS John Paul Jones (DDG 53); Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command, San Diego; USS Kitty Hawk (CV 63); USS Yorktown (CG 48) and 14th Civil Engineering Squadron, Columbus Air Force Base, Miss.
What does CES stand for?
CES stands for Civil Engineering Squadron
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We have 561 other meanings of CES in our Acronym Attic
- China Evangelical Seminary
- Chinese Economists Society
- Christ Episcopal School
- Christians for Environmental Stewardship
- Church Education System (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints)
- Ciber Enterprise Solutions (Colorado)
- Circuit Emulation Service (ATM)
- Circuit Emulation Switching
- Circular Economy Solution
- Civil Engineering Society
- Civil Engineering Structures
- Civilian Education System (US Army)
- Clean Energy Supercluster (Colorado State University)
- Clean Energy Systems, Inc. (Rancho Cordova, CA)
- Clean Everyone's Stuff (US Air Force)
- Cleveland Engineering Society
- Clinical Engineering Service
- Closed End Second (Mortgage)
- Coalition for Economic Survival (Los Angeles, California)
- Coalition of Essential Schools
Samples in periodicals archive:
The workshop will feature a VIP behind the scenes tour of the base, a visit to the "hush house" where F-16 engines are started and repaired, the civil engineering squadron, combat weather unit, demonstrations of simulation devices, robotics, aeronautics and many other topics.
18) In order to train replacements for the six RED HORSE squadrons in Southeast Asia, the Air Force organized the 560th Civil Engineering Squadron, Heavy Repair, at Eglin Air Force Base in Florida, whose Auxiliary Field #2 became the "Home of Red Horse.
from Westbrook, Maine, and Airmen from the 11th Civil Engineering Squadron from Bolling Air Force Base in Washington D.
All are with the 315th Civil Engineering Squadron, Charleston Air Force Base, S.
As the Unit Safety Representative for the 2nd Civil Engineering Squadron, TSgt Schneider expertly directed an ambitious multi-faceted safety program for over 500 active duty personnel and civilians in 24 sections.