One such area is the Rules of Engagement (ROE), (4) specifically the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Standing Rules of Engagement (SROE) regarding self-defense.
What does SROE stand for?
SROE stands for Standing Rules of Engagement (US DoD)
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of SROE
- Smoothed Rate of Change
- South Ribble Orienteering Club (UK)
- Southern Region Operational Center, United States Southern Command (US DoD)
- Southern Research and Outreach Center (University of Minnesota; Waseca, MN)
- Spontaneous Return of Circulation (Lazarus syndrome)
- Sports Rights Owners Coalition
- Summary Receiver Operating Characteristic
- Sandy Rollman Ovarian Cancer Foundation (Havertown, PA)
- Surrey and Region Open College Network (UK)
- Satellite Read Out Equipment
- Self Renewing Occupational Field (US DoD)
- SIDPERS Reserve Organization File
- Status, Requested Operation Failed
- Submarine Ring of Fire (expedition; US NOAA)
- Substantial Risk of Forfeiture
- Sub-Regional Operating Group (Arizona)
- Self-Rated Oral Health
- Significant Risk of Harm (US EPA)
- Sales Return on Investment
- School Reserve Officieren Infanterie (Netherlands)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Lavelle was Commander, Seventh Air Force, and was relieved of command and forced to retire at a lower grade for disregarding the standing rules of engagement (ROE) during operations in North Vietnam.
Standing Rules of Engagement (SROE) (22) defines "imminent," "hostile act" and "hostile intent" differently from the way many other nations do.