The JDIAMD Joint Test addressed a discrete set of homeland threats: short and intermediate range ballistic missiles, cruise missiles, unmanned aerial systems, and the 'traditional' Operation Noble Eagle threat set, which includes civilian aircraft (both commercial and private) either hijacked or unwittingly violating restricted airspace.
What does NE stand for?
NE stands for Operation Noble Eagle
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 35 other meanings of NE in our Acronym Attic
- Not Estimable
- Not Evaluated (IUCN Red List of Threatened Species category)
- Not Examined
- Nuclear Energy
- Nuclear Engineer
- Nuclear Envelope (cell anatomy)
- Nuclear Extract
- Nueva Ecija (Philippines)
- Nutrition Educator
- Occupation Special Delivery (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
- Network Engineering and Projects
- Naval Electronics & Surveillance Systems (Lockheed Martin)
- Neutrophil Elastase Positive
- Network Element-Adjunct Processor (Sprint)
- Nurse Executive - Board Certified
- Naval Engineering Technical Information Management System
- Neither Exercised nor Took Oral Contraceptives
- Network Element/Service Element
- Network Engineering/Systems Engineering
Samples in periodicals archive:
While participating in Operation NOBLE EAGLE, Capt Beck experienced an uncommanded EPU activation upon engine shutdown.
Central Command Forward; Operation Provide Comfort in Turkey as Commander of the 54th Fighter Squadron; and Operation Noble Eagle as the 33rd Fighter Wing Commander.
In Operation Noble Eagle, shortly after 11 September 2001, the battalion deployed the 7th Chemical Company from its home station of Fort Polk, Louisiana, to Washington, D.
Spreading their wings over America following 9/11, Airmen of Operation Noble Eagle continue to protect our nation's air corridors and maritime approaches.
We've flown (the F-22A) in Operation Noble Eagle missions over the Capital and the East Coast.
11, 2001, to include but not limited to: Operation Noble Eagle, Operation Enduring Freedom, and Operation Iraqi Freedom.
With the return of our two in-state battalions from Operation Noble Eagle in Kosovo, I Corps Artillery had the great opportunity to support 2-222 FA and 1-145 FA as they began training in their traditional roles of fire support.