I was an ETME (Engineering Technician/Marine Engineer) on it for about three years and was a member of the last ever SSEP (Ship Survivability Enhancement Programme) on board.
What does SE stand for?
SE stands for Survivability Enhancement
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 106 other meanings of SE in our Acronym Attic
- Supplies & Equipment
- Support Element
- Support Equipment
- Supportable Evaluation
- Supported Education
- Supported Employment
- Supporting Establishment
- surface de l'exploitation
- Surrogate Endpoint
- Surveillant d'Externat (French: Supervisor of Clerkship)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Other survivability enhancements include the Revision Military BATLSKIN Modular Head Protection System, a visor and ballistic lower face and jaw protection system, and an Advanced Combat Helmet (ACH) with a ballistic pad that attaches to the rear suspension system of the ACH.
Technologies under consideration in the CH-53K, which is being developed as a new-build derivative of the CH-53E, will include a Joint Interoperable "glass" cockpit; high-efficiency rotor blades with anhedral tips; low-maintenance elastomeric rotorhead; upgraded engine system; cargo rail locking system; external cargo improvements; and survivability enhancements.
Not only have survivability enhancements been made to the Stryker vehicle itself, but also to the equipment used by the SBCT Soldiers on the ground and in the air to enhance situational awareness.
Survivability enhancements, including modular armor, nuclear-chemical-biological defense, mine-blast protection, on-board power generation and new crew-served weapons.