The document was written by a senior engineering officer at Boscombe Down.
What does SENGO stand for?
SENGO stands for Senior Engineering Officer (Royal Australian Air Force)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The new evidence has emerged in a copy of a report into the Chinook Mark 2 written by a senior engineering officer at the MoD's aircraft testing centre in Boscombe Down, Wilts.
Major Dave Green, REME senior engineering officer, said: 'The event enabled young people to gain a first-hand experience of what life in the Army is like.
The new evidence has emerged in a copy of a report into the Chinook Mark 2 written by a senior engineering officer at the MoD's aircraft testing centre in Boscombe Down.
Sqn Ldr Ed Williams, 38, a former pupil at Ysgol David Hughes, Menai Bridge, will be the team's senior engineering officer taking charge of a 70-strong group of engineers known as the Blues, who work on the Red Arrows Hawk jets.
On Christmas Eve, senior engineering officer Andy will probably be loading 2000lb Paveway III laser- guided bombs on to Tornado GR1 bombers.