Prior to his appointment as Commander Naval Forces, he was serving as Commander Turkish Fleet.
What does CNF stand for?
CNF stands for Commander Naval Forces
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We have 72 other meanings of CNF in our Acronym Attic
- Championnat National Français (French: French National Championships; gaming)
- Child Neurology Foundation
- Chin National Front (Burma)
- Chippewa National Forest (Minnesota)
- Chomsky Normal Form (formal language theory)
- Chugach National Forest (US Forest Service)
- City of Niagara Falls
- Cleveland National Forest (California)
- Club Nacional de Football (Uruguay; national soccer team)
- Cold Nuclear Fusion
- Commission Nationale Féminine (French: National Commission for Women)
- Common Navigator Framework (software)
- Commonwealth Naval Forces (Australia)
- Commonwealth Nurses Federation (UK)
- Community Networking Forum
- Computational Network Federation
- Computer and Network Forensics
- Computer Navigation Fix
- Configuration (File Name Extension)
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From July 1963 to May 1966, he was Assistant Force Supply Officer for Transportation on the Staff of Commander Naval Forces, Europe, with headquarters in London, England, after which he was assigned duty afloat as Supply Officer of USS Enterprise (CVA(N)65).
Ryan Sawko (CTF-73 Fleet Readiness Officer) and five augmentees from the C7F Reserve Logistics Readiness Center Detachment, NAVSUP Global Logistics Support (GLS), Commander Naval Forces Japan and Fleet Logistics Center - Yokosuka.
The Chief of Naval Operations had directed that in case of emergency the Seventh Fleet would come under the operational control of Commander Naval Forces, Far East (COMNAVFE), under the theater command of General of the Army Douglas MacArthur.
For additional information on APS, please refer to the Commander Naval Forces Africa web page, APS link.