One of our sayings that is always passed down from Fleet Readiness Squadron is 'slow is smooth and smooth is fast.
What does FRS stand for?
FRS stands for Fleet Readiness Squadron
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 214 other meanings of FRS in our Acronym Attic
- Financial Risk Solutions (various locations)
- Fire and Rescue Service
- Fire Research Station (UK)
- Firefighters' Retirement System
- First Repository States
- First Responder Service (LeadsOnline)
- First return stroke
- Fisher-Rosemount Systems (various locations)
- Fisheries Research Services (Aberdeen, Scotland)
- Flat Rate Scheme (UK)
- Fleet Repair Service
- Fleet Replacement Squadron
- Flexible Route Selection
- Flores, Guatemala - Flores (Airport Code)
- Florida Red Scale (house plants)
- Florida Retirement System
- Fluid Routing Solutions, Inc.
- Focus Rallye Sport
- FOMIS Requirements Statement
- Fondation pour la Recherche Stratégique (French: Foundation for Strategic Research)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The S-3A entered service with the fleet readiness squadron, VS-41 Shamrocks, at NAS North Island, Calif.
As the only Harrier II fleet readiness squadron, its mission is to provide replacement pilots for all AV-8B squadrons in the Marine Corps.
MAG-11 consists of six F/A-18 Hornet squadrons, one F/A-18 fleet readiness squadron (FRS), a sole KC-130 unit and a single Marine aviation logistics squadron (MALS).
The plan takes place over a four-year period, with the Viking fleet readiness squadron (FRS) shutting its doors in September 2007.
Then he serves an instructor tour with the fleet readiness squadron at NAS Oceana, Va.