Scott commanded the Defense Electronics Supply Center in Dayton, Ohio, prior to his retirement in 1974.
What does DESC stand for?
DESC stands for Defense Electronics Supply Center
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- Defense Energy Support Center
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- Detroit Executive Service Corps (Michigan)
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- Diplômes d'Etudes Spécialisées Complémentaires (French: Additional Specialized Diploma)
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In January 1996 the Defense Construction Supply Center was merged with the Defense Electronics Supply Center formerly of Dayton, Ohio, to arrive at its 14th name change, the Defense Supply Center Columbus.
; Defense Electronics Supply Center, Dayton, Ohio; Supply Officer, USS Constellation(CVA64); Navy Electronics Supply Office, Great Lakes, Ill.
; Defense Electronics Supply Center and Defense Construction Supply Center, Dayton/Columbus, Ohio; Air Logistics Center, Tinker, Okla.
Its devices are designed to meet or exceed the full temperature and functional requirements of military products, and Cypress received full Qualified Manufacturer List (QML) certification from the Defense Electronics Supply Center in 1996.
He concluded his Navy career as Commanding Officer of the Defense Electronics Supply Center in Dayton, Ohio.
The company plans to transition from MIL-M-38510 Qualified Parts List (QPL) certification to MIL-I-38535 Qualified Manufacturer List (QML) as a result of the recent decision by the Defense Electronics Supply Center and the Department of Defense to permit off-shore assembly, test and quality conformance inspection (QCI) for MIL-I-38535 products.
More than 1,000 employees work at the new Kettering facility, part of the transformed Defense Electronics Supply Center, providing service to nearly 7 million credit card holders throughout the United States.