The group was one of only 10 international companies invited to show off its wares at the Nato Submarine Escape and Rescue Working Group 2009.
What does SMER stand for?
SMER stands for Submarine Escape and Rescue
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 4 other meanings of SMER in our Acronym Attic
- Spinal Motor Evoked Potential (neurology)
- Standard Male Electric Plug
- Subject Matter Expert Panel
- Summer Medical Education Program
- Southwest Mississippi Electric Power Association
- Small and Medium Enterprise Promotion and Development Office (Ministry of Industry and Commerce; Laos)
- Self-Modifying Evolving Probabilistic Hypergraph (intelligent systems)
- Secure Middleware for embedded Peer-to-Peer Systems (IAIK group project on security; Graz, Austria)
- Santa Margarita Ecological Reserve (San Diego State University)
- Smart Multiple Ejector Rack (military)
- Small and Medium Enterprises Rating Agency (India)
- Submarine Escape, Rescue and Abandonment Systems
- Submarine Escape and Rescue Assistance Team
- Science and Mathematics Education Resource Center (Washington)
- Small and Medium Enterprise Research Centre (Edith Cowan University; Australia)
- SPRINT Missile Electromagnetic Radiation Evaluation
- Société Mutualiste des Étudiants de la Région Parisienne (French student insurance program)
- Scrap Metal Recycling Facility
- Social, Military, Educational, Religious, Fraternal (market segment)
- Social, Military, Educational, Retiree, Fraternal (associations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
BMH 2008 is a joint Allied Command Submarine Escape and Rescue Live Exercise (LIVEX) designed to train and demonstrate that NATO, in participation with other submarine operating nations, can perform life-saving operations from a distressed submarine including all medical aspects involved in a submarine disaster.
The newly formed International Submarine Escape and Rescue Liaison Office (ISMERLO), located at Naval Station Norfolk, directed and controlled U.