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AERMAlignment Error Rate Monitor
AERMAerographer's Mate
AERMAutomated Email Response Management
AERMAutonomous Emergency Recovery Mode
AERMAstrophysics Enabled by the Return to the Moon (workshop; Space Telescope Science Institute)
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They just went to their [first] billet," said Aerographer's Mate Petty Officer First Class Leigh Windham, NIWTG Gulfport instructor and outgoing BOAT Course Supervisor.
While poor weather did hamper firing of air-delivered precision-guided munitions, it did nor hamper the launching of ship-based Tomahawk land-attack missiles (TLAMs), said Aerographer's Mate First Class Michael Kotyk, who was aboard another destroyer, the USS Ross.
Within the next year, I intend to closely monitor the development and execution of an aerographer's mate master's level training curriculum.
Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command (NMOC), Gulfport, Miss., recently recognized 10 aerographer's mates (AGs) for completing the command's Enlisted Marine Science Education Program (EMSEP).
Aerographer's Mate Airman Nichole Heinze doesn't have to use publicity stunts to grasp the attention of her audience.
Aerographer's Mate 1st Class Alex Jones, whose wife (an employee of the local Japanese government) coordinated the visit, and Master-at-Arms 1st Class Dennis Nelson, both visited the elementary school at this time last year.
For him, it is an emotional labor of dedication, knowing that his only child-turned-Sailor, Aerographer's Mate 2nd Class Matthew Flocco, died in the same place that he how rebuilds.
AEROGRAPHER'S MATE 3RD CLASS ANJAIL WEAVER, Naval Atlantic Meteorology and Oceanography Facility, Jacksonville, Fla., recently received the American Legion's "Spirit of Service" award.
And one week a few months back Aerographer's Mate 2nd Class (AW) Richard Lemkuhl, a weather "guesser" with Commander 2nd Fleet, proved that axiom true.
Today, at the revamped C school at Keesler AFB, Miss., Navy aerographer's mates (AG)are continually raising the bar of modern weather forecasting knowledge.