The most common items we needed were ones that every good unit movement officer (UMO) has on hand at home station.
What does UMO stand for?
UMO stands for Unit Movement Officer
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 29 other meanings of UMO in our Acronym Attic
- Upper Motor Neuron Sign
- Upper Motor Neuron Syndrome
- University of Minnesota Solar Vehicle Project
- University of Minnesota Twin Cities
- University of Maryland Network User Group
- Upper Missouri National Wild and Scenic River
- Unconventional Military Operations
- Undeliverable Mail Office (Canada Post)
- Unidentified Micro-particle Object (anime)
- Unit Movement Office
- Universal Message Object (MuleSource, Inc.)
- University of Maine at Orono (obsolete; now University of Maine, UM)
- University of Missouri
- University of Mount Olive (North Carolina)
- Unknown Mortal Orchestra (band)
- Unmodified Molecular Orbital
- Update.mozilla.org (website)
- Used Motor Oil
- Useless Management Overhead
- Union Monétaire Ouest Africaine (Monetary Union of West Africa)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Second, we learned that having multiple unit movement officers embedded at the company level helped tremendously.
[Major Joseph Borovicka] If you get to sit down with the next Chief of Transportation, how would you recommend the Unit Movement Officer (UMO) do business in the Army today?
On the second visit approximately 90 days from available-to-load date, the RST and TCAIMS personnel sit with the unit movement officer and assist the input of data into the system.
Unit movement officers should update organizational equipment data regularly.
Oversize Cargo Before operating a rig with a heavy or odd-sized load, check with your unit movement officer to determine if the load complies with local, state or foreign government laws for movement on public highways.
Concept and Execution As the unit movement officer (UMO) for an infantry battalion with the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) for two years which included deployments as part of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom, I had the opportunity to plan and execute every means of transportation that exists, and in the following paragraphs I will discuss the lessons learned along the way.
The key to moving through the DPC smoothly was a well-prepared soldier who was qualified to handle hazardous materials (HAZ- 12) and a unit movement officer (UMO).