This, in turn, has led to rules and interpretations that may impact and alter traditional functions and the facilitation of forums, like the Surface Navy Association, that historically have enhanced dialogue between military officers and the defense industry.
What does SNA stand for?
SNA stands for Surface Navy Association
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We have 213 other meanings of SNA in our Acronym Attic
- State Nature Area (various locations)
- Statement of Nonavailability
- Steerable Null Antenna
- Stichting voor de Nederlandse Archeologie (Dutch Archaeology Body)
- Strategic National Account
- Strategic Needs Assessment
- Student Naval Aviator
- Student Nursing Association
- Subordination, Nondisturbance, and Attornment (lease agreement)
- Subsurface, Nuclear-Powered Attack (Submarine)
- Survivable Network Analysis
- Switch Network Address
- Switchmen's Union of North America
- Synchronous Network Architecture
- Syndicat National d'Apiculture (French: National Apiculture Union)
- Syndicat National des Antiquaires (French: National Union of Antiques Dealers)
- Syndicat National des Éditeurs d'Annuaires (French: National Association of Directory Publishers)
- System of National Accounting
- System of National Accounts (UN)
- Système National d'Appui À l'Enseignement Agricole (French: National System of Support to Agricultural Education)
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SURFACE NAVY ASSOCIATION LITERARY PRIZE Every year the Surface Navy Association, with headquarters in Alexandria, Virginia, confers the Surface Navy Literary Award upon the author of the best professional article in any publication addressing surface Navy or surface warfare issues.
maintenance planning 101," he said in a January speech at the Surface Navy Association National Symposium in Arlington, Va.
SURFACE NAVY ASSOCIATION LITERARY AWARD At its eighteenth annual symposium, held 10-13 January 2006, the Surface Navy Association announced the newest winners of the awards it confers each year for the best professional articles addressing surface Navy or surface warfare issues.
At a Surface Navy Association conference in January, Naval consultant Norman Polmar argued that the military had many assets to perform the missions associated with a carrier.