Features of the 595th The 595th TTG manages Army DDSBs, Container Management Elements, Deployment Support Teams, and U.
What does CME stand for?
CME stands for Container Management Element
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- Military and Government
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We have 376 other meanings of CME in our Acronym Attic
- Configuration Manager Environment
- Conformant Management Entity (Sprint)
- Conseil Mondial des Éleveurs (French: World Council of Farmers)
- Conseil Municipal d'Enfants (French: City Council of Children)
- Conservation of Mechanical Energy (physics)
- Conservatoire des Mémoires Étudiantes (French: Student Memoirs Conservatory)
- Consistently Meets Expectations (employee performance review)
- Construção e Manutenção Electromecanica (Portuguese: Construction and Maintenance Electromechanics; engineering company)
- Construction Management Engineer
- Construction Matériel Environnement (French stormwater treatment equipment manufacturer)
- Contemporary Montessori Education
- Contemporary Music Ensemble (various organizations)
- Continuing Medical Education
- Continuous Medical Education
- Contract Manpower Equivalent
- Contract Manyear Equivalent
- Conveyor Maintenance and Erection
- Core Managed Environment (Phoenix; software)
- Coronal Mass Ejection
- Corrective Maintenance Exercise
Samples in periodicals archive:
As the theater matured from contingency support to sustainment support, SDDC units, including the 840th Deployment and Support Battalion along with elements from the 184th Container Management Element (CME), began a concerted effort to identify the containers in Iraq.
Currently, the 1184th is deployed to the Southwest Asia Theater as the container management element, which gives the battalion the responsibility to maintain the Integrated Booking System-Container Management Module database, train incoming personnel in IBS-CMM, and assist with monthly container inventories across the SWA Theater.
Additionally, the people designated to the Container Management Element coordinated the emptying and reuse of these government and commercial containers reducing the detention bill by $3,720 per day.
Reggie Hall, Director Container Management Element Army Maj.
In mid-January, the 184th Container Management Element left its National Guard headquarters in Laurel, Miss.