The ship brought two MH-60S Seahawks from the Dragon Whales of HSC-28 Detachment 4; Tactical Air Control Squadron (TACRON) 21; four utility landing craft from Assault Craft Unit 2; Beachmaster Unit 2; Amphibious Construction Battalion 2 (Seabees); and Fleet Surgical Team 2 to Galveston.
What does FST stand for?
FST stands for Fleet Surgical Team (US Navy)
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We have 181 other meanings of FST in our Acronym Attic
- Fire, Smoke and Toxicity
- Fiscal Support Team
- Fixation Index-Statistics (population genetics)
- Fixed-Stride Trie (computing)
- Flakkee Swat Team (gaming clan)
- Flammability, Smoke, Toxicity
- Flat Screen Technology
- Flat Square Technology (CRT)
- Flat Square Tube (monitors)
- Fleet Support Team
- Fleet Synthetic Training
- Flight Safety Technologies, Inc.
- Flight Simulation Test
- Flight Support Team
- Flight Systems Test
- Floating Slab Track (railway track form)
- Florida Studio Theatre (Sarasota, FL)
- Fluffy Spider Technologies (Australia)
- FOB, Stowed and Trimmed
- Fonds de Solidarité Territoriale (French: Territorial Solidarity Fund)
Samples in periodicals archive:
HM2 Linda Grant, assigned to Fleet Surgical Team 5 embarked aboard USS Boxer (LHD 4), inspects a patient's mouth at the Escuela de Santa Isabella medical site in Guatemala, during Continuing Promise (CP) 2008, a two-month humanitarian civic assistance mission to South America.
NASSG Unit Composition: Commander, Amphibious Squadron Six (CPR-6) USS Nassau (LHA 4)--Flagship USS Nashville (LPD 13) USS Philippine Sea (CG 58) USS Ashland (LSD 48) USS Bulkeley (DDG 84) USS Ross (DDG 71) USS Albany (SSN 753) Marine Expeditionary Unit 24 (24 MEU)--Ground Combat Element--Air Combat Element Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron Light 46 (HSL-46) Heicopter Sea Combat Squadron 28 (HSC-28) Tactical Air Squadron 21 (TACRON 21) Fleet Surgical Team Two (FST-2) Naval Beach Group Two (NBG 2) Det.
Now, with the birth of the JTTC at Ben Taub General, military men and women from fleet surgical teams around the globe can see and do more in one month than many of their shipmates will see in 20 years of military service.