Principally, this solution seeks to link the first two branch-specific Officer Education System courses, ensuring that only qualified officers attend captains career courses and ascend to the rank of captain through the development and enforcement of the Officer Foundation Standards (OFS).
What does OES stand for?
OES stands for Officer Education System (US Army)
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We have 154 other meanings of OES in our Acronym Attic
- Office Equipment Services (Naperville, IL)
- Office of Earth Science (NASA)
- Office of Education Services
- Office of Emergency Services
- Office of Employee Services
- Office of Employment Security (US government)
- Office of Engineering Services
- Office of Executive Support
- Office of Experiment Stations (USDA)
- Office of Extended Studies (various schools)
- Officer Evaluation System
- Offshore Engineering Society
- Ogretim Elemanlari Sendikasi (Turkish: Union of Teaching Staff)
- Old English Sheepdog
- Online Employment System (various locations)
- Online Evaluation System (various organizations)
- Ontario Electronic Stewardship (Canada)
- Ontario Employment Standards (Canada)
- Open Enterprise Server (Novell)
- Open Enterprise Solutions (software; various locations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
This investment provides students with simulated HR training systems across the full spectrum of the Officer Education System (OES), the Warrant Officer Education System (WOES), the Noncommissioned Officer Education System (NCOES), and Advanced Individual Training (AIT).
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Chief Myles completed his 33 year Army career at Fort Huachuca assigned as the Chief, Warrant Officer Training Branch where he was a major contributor to the Warrant Officer training and development programs and the Officer Education System.
Soldiers who perform these types of missions are not authorized to wear the brassard while in temporary-duty status, including attendance at advanced individual training, the 74D10 (Transition) MOS Course, Noncommissioned Officer (NCO) Education System courses, and Officer Education System courses.
Special presentations examine daily life in the 1830s, women NCOs, prisoners of war, and the development of the Noncommissioned Officer Education System.
Soldiers would receive additional training in advance individual training courses, then again throughout the noncommissioned officer education system.
In this portion of the book Linn loses his own thread of which school of thought dominated in the late 1970s and early 1980s as we developed our officer education system.
Given the projected changes to our Noncommissioned Officer Education System, promotion systems, and use as a professional Noncommissioned Officer Corps, "The Year of the NCO" is also a forward-leaning theme.