It repairs all RSJPO FLW and CEHC robotic systems and provides maintenance support for the Explosive Ordnance Clearance Agent Course.
What does EOCA stand for?
EOCA stands for Explosive Ordnance Clearance Agent (US DoD)
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
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We have 13 other meanings of EOCA in our Acronym Attic
- Extent of Condition (nuclear energy)
- Eye of Cthulhu (Terraria)
- Earth Observing System Commanding Controller
- Ethiopian Orthodox Church Development and Inter Church Aid Commission
- Extractable, Organically-Bound Chlorine
- Cerebellar Ataxia, Early-Onset, with Retained Tendon Reflexes
- Constructionman Apprentice, Equipment Operator Striker (Naval Rating)
- End of Course Assessment (academic evaluation)
- End of the Church Age
- Estación de Observación de Calar Alto (Spanish)
- Early-Onset Cerebellar Ataxia with Hypoalbuminemia
- Earth Observations Commercial Applications Program
- Electrical Optical Circuit Board
- Earth Operation Commanding Center (NASA EOS project)
- East Oxford Community Centre (UK)
- Emergency Operations Center Coordinator
- Engineering Operational Casualty Control
- Enterprise-Ozark Community College
- EOS Operations and Control Center
- Eastern Ontario Catholic Curriculum Cooperative (Pembroke, Ontario, Canada)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Three of the four platoon sergeants were explosive ordnance clearance agent (EOCA)-qualified and a select few squad leaders had attended one of the two available Route Reconnaissance and Clearance Courses.
The closest an engineer can get to the unique skill set of an EOD technician is through the Explosive Ordnance Clearance Agent (EOCA) Course at the United States Army Engineer School at Fort Leonard Wood.
The Explosive Ordnance Clearance Agent (EOCA) Course to train NCOs and junior officers in skills that help bridge the gap between sappers and their EOD brethren.
I am pleased to announce another great addition to the Fort Leonard Wood community, the Explosive Ordnance Clearance Agent (EOCA) Course.
We are preparing for the move of the Explosive Ordnance Clearance Agent (EOCA) Course from Redstone Arsenal to Fort Leonard Wood beginning this September with the pre-positioning of the lead cadre.
Perhaps the most extensive and intensive demolitions and explosives training occurs for those attending both the Explosive Ordnance Clearance Agent (EOCA) Course and the Sapper Leader Course, which has live demolitions exercises as a part of the curriculum.
Two other courses that remain significantly important are the joint Urban Mobility Breaching Course (UMBC) at Camp LeJeune, North Carolina, which has greatly improved the sapper's ability to fight and win in an urban environment; and the Explosive Ordnance Clearance Agent (EOCA) Course, at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama, which provides the basic skills and knowledge required to perform as explosive ordnance clearance agents.