As Transportation Officer, she is responsible for shipping items to Afghanistan.
What does TO stand for?
TO stands for Transportation Officer
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 78 other meanings of TO in our Acronym Attic
- Trade Option
- Trade Order
- Traditional Orthography
- Train Operator (NYC Transit Authority)
- Training Objective
- Training Officer
- Transfer Orbit
- Transfer Order
- Transistor Outline Metal-Can Package
- Transmission Owner (power industry)
Samples in periodicals archive:
MAJOR EVERETT "BUD" LACROIX IS THE DIVISION TRANSPORTATION OFFICER FOR THE 101 ST ALRBORNE DIVISION AT FORT CAMPBELL, KENTUCKY.
Byline: Councillor Ray T Davies THE leader of Caerphilly council, Councillor Harry Andrews and myself led the campaign to reopen the EbbwVale rail line and in the early stages of that campaign it was against the wishes of our transportation officers, who said it would be cheaper to pay for residents to use the taxi service rather than invest money in that line.
So they decided to collaborate to identify key knowledge, skills, and abilities required for Department of Transportation officers.
Representatives for the council, police, fire, ambulance and taxi associations, pushbikes, Friends of the Earth, Birmingham Chamber of Commerce, Birmingham Focus on Blindness, Transport 2000 and freight haulage attended, as well as highway and transportation officers of the council.
to NAVELSG FWD HQ Camp Arifjan, Kuwait, Stock Control LCDR Tracy Clinton, Reservist to Gulf Region Division (GRD), Transportation Officer LTJG Jeffrey Carideo from COMFISCS to Kabul, Afghanistan, ETT LT Charlette Carollo, Reservist to MNC-I, Logistics Officer SK1 Alma Cavazos, Reservist from Waco, Texas, Reserve Center to NAVELSG FWD HQ, Camp Arifjan, Kuwait, Inventory Control Leading Petty Officer (LPO) LT Rufus Cayetano, Reservist to HOA Djibouti, Contracting Assistance Officer SK1 Robbie Chapman, Reservist from NCHB 4 Charlotte, N.
Once they arrive at an installation, the DSB Unit Movement Teams (UMTs) interact directly with Installation Transportation Officers (ITOs), Division Transportation Officers (DTOs) and the deploying/ redeploying units to assist the Warfighter with many critical deployment issues.