LSC also provides direct support to C4F and COMUSNAVSO with an onsite qualified logistics planner responsible for developing logistics plans and annexes for 4th Fleet exercises and real world contingencies, including humanitarian initiatives.
What does FLEX stand for?
FLEX stands for Fleet Exercise
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 6 other meanings of FLEX in our Acronym Attic
- Fleet Training Unit, Atlantic
- Facility for Liquid Experimentation and Verification in Orbit (space experiment)
- Family Law Education for Women (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
- Fleet Weather Center (US Navy)
- Federal Law Enforcement Wireless Users Group
- Fast Lexical Analyzer
- Federation Licensing Examination
- FEMA (Federal Employment Management Agency) Leadership Exercise
- File Exchange System
- Flame Extinguishment Experiment
- Flexible Spending Account
- Flexowriter Equipment
- Force Level Execution System
- Future Leaders Exchange (US State Department)
- Flexible Ultra-Wideband
- Fire, Lightning, Explosion, Aircraft (insurance)
- Flexible Adaptive Radar
- Flexible Building Entrance Terminal
- From Local to Extreme Environments (Penn State University; State College, PA)
- Fuel Exhaustion Time
Samples in periodicals archive:
To do this, we have an active fleet engagement program; we send officers underway on all major fleet exercises and have a Sailor to Sea exchange program where we send our junior Sailors underway to get experience and act as liaisons back to the command.
Finally, there was a major naval fleet exercise in 2002 to determine security from small boat attacks.
During the sortie CNS would witness fleet exercises, gun and missile firings by ships and aircraft as also observe aircraft operations from Viraat, which has rejoined the fleet after an extensive maintenance period.
The ASIC will provide new functionality and network outreach, encompassing network centric warfare and operations, fleet exercise collaboration and support of other country and organization exercises and objectives, support testing and training for the Department of Defense, to include joint service efforts.
As well as spelling out the total fighting capability of the Royal Navy and forming the basis of Fleet Exercises, the documents also outlined the "serious weaknesses" (partly in electronic warfare) of the Navy.
Navy tested the possibilities, tactics, and techniques of carrier aviation in major fleet exercises from 1923 right through the spring of 1941.