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AcronymDefinition
DEGermany (Deutschland; Internet top level domain)
DEDelaware (US postal abbreviation)
DEDesktop Environment
DEDeutsch (German)
DEDeutschland (German: Germany)
DEDead End
DEData Engineering
DEDark Energy
DEDriver Education
DEDesert Eagle
DEData Entry
DEDiesel Engine
DEDiesel-Electric
DEDirector of Education
DEDigital Electronics
DEDerby (postcode, UK)
DEDevelopment Engineer
DEData Element
DEDesign Engineer
DEDouble Ended (metal halide lamps)
DEDeus Ex (game)
DEDefensive End (football)
DEDistance Education (course; various schools)
DEDestroyer Escort
DEDifferential Equation(s)
DEDepartment of Education (US)
DEDigital Environment
DEDiscrete Event (program specification)
DEDirected Energy
DEDouble Edge (shaving)
DEDale Earnhardt
DEDark Elf
DEDiesel Exhaust
DEDetonation
DEThis is / From (Amateur Radio logging abbreviation)
DEDrive End
DEDetection Efficiency
DEDigital Engineering
DEDensity Evolution
DEDistinguished Engineer (various organizations)
DEDiplôme d'Etat (French: state diploma)
DEDail Eireann (Irish National Parliament)
DEDonor Egg (infertility; refers to IVF)
DEDiatomaceous Earth (filter)
DEDistrict Engineer
DEDose Equivalent
DEDonee (IRB)
DEDistrict Executive
DEDaily Egyptian (student newspaper; Carbondale, IL)
DEDirected Evolution
DEDragon Empires (game)
DEDelayed Extraction
DEDesign Estimate
DEDeath Eater (Harry Potter)
DEDisenchant (gaming, World of Warcraft)
DEDelay Equalizer (US DoD)
DEDepth Electrode
DEDark Eldar
DEDeveloper Evangelist (Microsoft)
DEDomain Engineering
DEDisplay Element
DEData Exclusivity
DEDistinguished Editor (Institute of Professional Editors)
DEDigital Empire
DEDigital Encoder
DEDoctor of Engineering
DEDistant End (satellite communications)
DEDecentralized Execution (US DoD)
DEDedicated Equipment
DEDefense Emergency
DEDelegated Examining
DEDistribution Engineering
DEDry End
DEDebugging Extension (computing)
DEDestruction Efficiency
DEData Encoder
DEDictation Equipment
DEDevice End
DEDefense Enterprise (GIG)
DEDivisional Engineer
DEDeep Etch
DEDiscard Eligibility (ATM)
DEDarkness Eternal (website)
DEDiethylene Glycol Monoethyl Ether
DEDynamics Explorer
DEDevelopment Ephemeris (Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
DEdegree of esterification
DEDesignated Examiner
DEDevelopment Estimate
DEDiscipline Engineer
DEDigital Exploitation
DEDecision Element
DEDesignated Engineer
DEDigital Enclosure
DEDisplay Entity
DEIndividual Drift Error (US DoD)
DEDamage Expectancy
DEDoppler Extractor (US NASA)
DEDraconian Empire (gaming)
DEDissemination Element
DECondor Flugdienst GmbH, Germany (IATA airline code)
DEDivisions Exercise
DEDivision/District Engineer (Army Corps of Engineers)
DEDisposable Excess
DEDrums Equivalent
DETotal Drift error
DEDeployment Echelon
DEAssault Personnel Destroyer
DEDCS/Engineering & Services
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AS THE SENIOR SIGNALMAN aboard the destroyer escort Clarence L.
Peter served nearly four years at sea on active duty in the Navy during the Korean War, primarily aboard the destroyer escort USS Loeser.
Noone's destroyer escort, the USS Nickel, was the first responder to shark victims of the infamous USS Indianapolis tragedy.
Sent to Boston Navy Yard as a seaman second class, Collette joined the commissioning crew of the destroyer escort USS Metivier (DE-582).
Our ship, the destroyer escort Chaffee (DE-230), was next assigned to antisubmarine barrier patrol between Cape Verde and Point Lulu in Lingayen Gulf.
The Heermann threaded its way through Taffy 3's CVEs at high speed to get into the action, nearly colliding with Lieutenant Commander Robert Copeland's destroyer escort, Samuel B.
Navy (1942 to 1946) in World War II aboard the destroyer escort USS Wiseman, rising to the rank of Quartermaster 1st Class.
He was a WW II Navy Veteran and operated in the Pacific theatre serving on the destroyer escort Edward C.
My brother, Radioman First Class Maurice Plant, served aboard the destroyer escort USS O'Neill [DE-188] in both the Atlantic and Pacific sectors in World War II.
While destroyers and destroyer escorts could provide accurate fire, they could not get close enough to the shore.
Eighty-five more destroyer escorts were built from its design, and were categorized as belonging to the "Edsall class.
This leaves just a handful of destroyers, destroyer escorts and small jeep carriers to defend the approach to the troops and landing zone.