RESERVISTS in South Wales yesterday wore their service uniforms to work in an attempt to demonstrate the contribution ordinary citizens can make to the armed forces.
What does SU stand for?
SU stands for Service Uniform (US Navy)
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- Military and Government
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We have 13 other meanings of SU in our Acronym Attic
- Samakhodnaya Ustanovka (Soviet self-propelled gun)
- Samford University (Birmingham, AL, USA)
- Schreiner University (Kerrville, Texas)
- Scoville Unit (heat level of chili peppers)
- Screw You
- Scripture Union
- Search Unit (US DoD)
- Seattle University
- Selectable Unit (IBM)
- Sensor Unit
- Service Unit
- Shareholders United (campaigning to keep Manchester United independent)
- Shenandoah University (Winchester, VA, USA)
- Shepherd University (Shepherdstown, WV)
- Shippensburg University
- Shiraz University
- Shut Up
- Siegburg/Rhein-Sieg-Kreis (German license plate)
- Siehe Unten (German: see below)
- Signal Unit (CCS #7 ITU-T)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Also the heavy presence of militarism at the service with the vast array of service uniforms present displaying God knows how many medals thereon.
Last August Higham was banned from owning any emergency services memorabilia, wearing fire service uniforms or posing as any member of the emergency services until 2014.
Mr Ashby said Jennings was known to the police and fire service in Liverpool after turning up at the scenes of several incidents in the area, sometimes wearing fire service uniform.
Streamlining various service uniforms into one Army service uniform will reduce the burden on Soldiers in the same manner that the Army combat uniform did for the battledress and desert combat uniforms.
The blue Army Service Uniform is a traditional uniform that is consistent with the Army's most honored traditions," said Sgt.
Some of the issues that will be addressed include developing a working uniform that can be used at sea or ashore and across all communities; establishing a service uniform for E-1 through E-6 that can be worn year-round; streamlining the Navy Uniform Regulations to make them more user friendly; and designing or redesigning uniforms to accommodate various body shapes and sizes.