Jacqui is now fulfilling her ambition and starting her new career in the Princess Mary Royal Air Force Nursing Service as a commissioned officer, undergoing her initial officer training at RAF Cranwell in Lincolnshire.
What does IOT stand for?
IOT stands for Initial Officer Training (UK Royal Air Force)
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- Military and Government
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We have 62 other meanings of IOT in our Acronym Attic
- In-Orbit Test
- In-Out-Through (MIDI computer protocol)
- Independent Operational Test
- Index-Organized Table
- Indian Oiltanking Limited (Mumbai, India)
- Indiana Office of Technology
- Indirectly Occupied Time (resource planning)
- Inductive Output Tube
- Information Operations Technology
- Ingeniørhøjskolen Odense Teknikum (Danish: Odense University College of Engineering)
- Initial Operational Test
- Injectable Opioid Treatment (drug treatment)
- Input/Output Test
- Institut für Oberflächentechnik der Hochschule Zittau/Görlitz (German: Institute for Surface Engineering at the University of Applied Science Zittau/Goerlitz)
- Institut für Organisations- und Technikgestaltung GmbH (German: Institute for organisational and technological design; Gelsenkrichen, Germany)
- Institute for Ocean Technology (Canada)
- Institute of Technology (various locations)
- Institute of Transportation (Taiwan)
- Instrument Operations Team
- Integrated Office Technology Plc (UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Sub-Lieutenant Michael Ladlow, 22, right, whose parents live at Dalton has just completed his 28-week initial officer training at Britannia Royal Navy College, Dartmouth.
My very first job after finishing my initial officer training 25 years ago at Dartmouth was in the then brand new HMS Ark Royal.
Former Polesworth High School pupil, Bea Reading, aged 25, finished the 32-week initial officer training course after joining the RAF in November.
But a statement from the MoD said: "In the last two years Libya has been offered two places at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst for Initial Officer Training.
The 24-week Initial Officer Training Course was run at RAF Cranwell, near Sleaford, Lincolnshire.
Accordingly, field commanders must build upon the lieutenants' newly acquired skills and train those tasks not covered during their initial officer training, thereby ensuring that these officers are competitive for promo tion and increased responsibility.
Kristian Knight (pictured), aged 20, from Oakes, graduated with Merit as a Pilot Officer after completing the Initial Officer Training Course at the Royal Air Force College in Cranwell, Lincolnshire.