Navy enlisted aides did OJT on board ships to support executive dining rooms.
What does NE stand for?
NE stands for Navy Enlisted
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- Military and Government
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We have 35 other meanings of NE in our Acronym Attic
- Nederlands Dames Zitvolleybal Team
- Nach Elfmeterschießen (German soccer)
- Naked Empire (Terry Goodkind book)
- Nash Equilibrium (game theory)
- National Education
- National Enquirer
- Natural England (UK)
- Naval Engineer
- Navio Escola (School Ship, Portuguese Navy)
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A: HPRRs can be performed on either an individual course of instruction, training pipeline, or a group of courses to support a rating, Navy Enlisted Classification Code (NEC) or platform.
These Sailors include: * Sailors with an approved transfer to the Fleet or Retired Reserve; * Selectees for command senior and master chief; * Personnel enrolled in Navy Safe Harbor; * Fleet, force and command master chiefs, chiefs of the boat and command senior chiefs who possess the Navy Enlisted Classification Code (NEC) 9580, 9579 or 9578; * Sailors with nuclear NECs; * Sailors with orders to or serving in the first two years of an overseas or Department of Defense area tour at the board convening date.
Advancement in the clinical laboratory field is also available to Air Force and Navy enlisted personnel.
The following holdings were released in June: * Navy enlisted personnel files for individuals who were separated from the Navy from 1885 through September 8, 1939 * Marine Corps enlisted personnel files for individuals who were separated from the Marine Corps from 1906 through September 8, 1939 * A select collection, about 150 at this time, of records of prominent individuals who have been deceased 10 years or more Until recently, the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) was the physical custodian of these records, which were open only to the veteran, the next of kin, or the individual's service branch.
Leahy culminates his work by describing several of the former Master Chief Petty Officers of the Navy and their individual contributions to Navy enlisted personnel.