Orzalli: Quite a bit, as most of our work is aboard surface ships, and I am on the Surface Warfare Enterprise Board of Directors and Executive Committee.
What does SWE stand for?
SWE stands for Surface Warfare Enterprise (US Navy)
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He also serves as Assistant Commander (ACOM) for the Surface Warfare Enterprise (SWE) and Undersea Enterprise (USE).
One, we look at: readiness; we analyze [a] matrix across the class, we examine trends, we look for root causes across the entire class and then we bring those up to the Surface Warfare Enterprise and the main ship training process.
These are just a few of the fleet issues addressed at the latest face-to-face conference of Surface Warfare Enterprise (SWE) stakeholders held in Washington D.
NAVSUP Flag and SES members who have been designated NAVSUP Assistant Commanders are: * RADM Mike Roesner, Commander, Naval Inventory Control Point, ACOM for Naval Aviation Enterprise Support * Sandy Leggieri, Vice Commander, Naval Inventory Control Point, ACOM for Surface Warfare Enterprise Support and ACOM for Undersea Enterprise Support * RDML Ray Berube, Commander, Fleet and Industrial Supply Centers, ACOM for Navy Expeditionary Combat Enterprise Support * Karen Gadbois, NAVSUP Chief Information Officer, ACOM for Naval NETWAR/Forcenet Enterprise Support * Joe Kenney, NAVSUP Deputy Commander, Corporate Operations, ACOM for Provider Enterprise Support * RDML Rob Bianchi, Commander, Navy Exchange Service Command, ACOM for Navy Family Support.
The Surface Warfare Enterprise (SWE) goes back about three to four years.
The CNSL message to fleet supply personnel focused on methods to improve the performance of afloat supply operations, and described the Surface Warfare Enterprise (SWE) maturity, the development of CLASSRONs, and standardization within and across the TYCOMs.
Navy maritime supremacy around the globe and respond to a multitude of humanitarian, peacekeeping and operational missions, management of the surface fleet was reorganized under the Surface Warfare Enterprise, an effects-based approach that will yield high payoffs in warship readiness and highly trained Sailors that translate into a lethal, adaptable force.