If we accept 80%-90% accomplishment; is our gear sea worthy and ready for war?
What does S/W stand for?
S/W stands for Sea Worthy
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We have 74 other meanings of S/W in our Acronym Attic
- Swipe Up (Snapchat)
- Sailboat (US DoD)
- Sailing Vessel
- Se Vende (Spanish: for sale)
- Service Vessel
- Space Vehicle (more commony seen as SV)
- Surface to Volume
- Survivability Vulnerability Lethality
Samples in periodicals archive:
I would like to thank all the staff and workers for their hard work to make the ships operational and sea worthy.
It was Winston Churchill himself who tasked Harland & Wolff with building the first 34 and within a few months they were sea worthy and ready for action.
SEA WORTHY In addition to the collection, remediation and recycling of some 10,000 automobiles, the state of Louisiana also tackled the removal and disposal of abandoned boats from storm-damaged harbors following 2005's Hurricane Katrina.
It is going to need a lot of money to get it sea worthy.
A shipping company was required only to have or operate a ship flying Indonesian flag sea worthy and measuring 100 m3, or a tug boat and a barge each measuring 125 PK and 100 m3.