Company and field grade officers are assigned in a similar manner; however, after 1 year in a position or based on the internal operational needs of that installation, each subsequent duty position for that officer is managed internally by the commander.
What does FGO stand for?
FGO stands for Field Grade Officer
This definition appears somewhat frequently
See other definitions of FGO
We have 11 other meanings of FGO in our Acronym Attic
- French Gulch Nevada Mining Corporation
- Faerie Glen Nature Reserve (South Africa)
- Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area (Wyoming)
- Fourth Generation Nuclear Weapons
- Free Graphic Novel Week
- Financial Group of New Zealand (mortgage company)
- Family Guy Online (TV show)
- Fate Grand Order (gaming)
- Fate/Grand Order (role-playing game)
- Fiduciaire Gestion Organisation (French: Trust Management Organization)
- Film Grain Optimization
- Flag Gunnery Officer (US Navy)
- Florida Grand Opera
- Fluides Géophysiques et Océanographie (French: Oceanography and Geophysical Fluid)
- Food: the Gift of Osiris (Darby et Al)
- Foxshaw Gardens Online (UK)
- Freaking Growth Opportunity (polite form)
- Fresh Gallery Otara (Otara exhibitions gallery run by Manukau City Council, New Zealand)
- Fresh Grass Oil
- Fonds Gesundes Österreich (German: Fund Healthy Austria)
Samples in periodicals archive:
1) This was a significant event because, prior to this announcement, every judge advocate field grade officer on active duty, or in the Reserve or Guard, was selected for promotion by the yearly Army Promotion Board--and consequently directly competed for promotion to higher rank with infantry, artillery, armor, engineer, and transportation officers, as well as officers of other Army branches.
SAMS is the premier forum where an AMEDD field grade officer can gain these skills and education.
This staff configuration would not work for split-based operations, because not all staff functions reside under one of the battalion field grade officers.
Following our assignments as battalion executive officers and operations and training officers (S3s), we arrived at the Pentagon expecting what many other officers had warned us about--a giant, unyielding bureaucracy incapable of adapting to change and impervious to the efforts of individual field grade officers, no matter how hard they worked.
In addition, though most of the authors are field grade officers, a young second lieutenant who is not yet an official member of our Corps authored the leading piece.