The program managers at NAVAIR are command-slated Navy captains from the Aviation Engineering Duty Officer community, and Marine Corps colonels with significant previous experience in managing aircraft programs.
What does EDO stand for?
EDO stands for Engineering Duty Officer
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- Military and Government
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We have 58 other meanings of EDO in our Acronym Attic
- Écurie de Dressage Orbecoise (French equestrian association)
- Education Development Officer (job title)
- Education Development Organization
- Electric Drive Option
- Electronic Distribution Only (US Marine Corps)
- Electronic Door Opener (various companies)
- Emergency Detention Order (court order for mental health evaluation)
- Employer Deduction Order
- Engineering Data Center
- Engineering Design Outsourcing
- Engineering Duty Only (US Navy)
- Enlisted Dining Out (US Air Force)
- Environmental Development Office
- Estate Duty Office (United Kingdom)
- Ethadione (medication)
- Executive District Officer (Pakistan)
- Expeditionary Decisive Operations
- Exploratory Development Objective
- Extended Data Out (RAM)
- Extended Duration Orbiter
Samples in periodicals archive:
Patent and Trademark Office and currently serves as a Commander in the Engineering Duty Officer Corps of the U.
I am deeply honored and would like to thank SPAWAR and the entire Navy engineering duty officer (EDO) community for all the opportunities they have given me.
Buhlmann is an aviation engineering duty officer in the Naval Reserve.
Gratitude for an officer I met in Panama in 1996 who strongly encouraged me to serve in the Navy as a Naval Engineering Duty Officer Program due to my background.
The visit was a resounding success in that it showcased the high quality work we do here at SSC Charleston, and it allowed the CNO to see engineering duty officers in action and highlight their value to the Navy.
Officials have requested "demonstration authority" to test changes in compensation, promotions, and retention in four limited categories of military officers--Army foreign area officers, Navy engineering officers, Navy aviation engineering duty officers, and Navy acquisition officers--explained Bill Carr, acting deputy under secretary of defense for military personnel policy.