COMM TECH

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AcronymDefinition
COMM TECHCommunications Technician (military communications specialist)
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When her fellow Law Review editors agreed, it was simply a matter of enlisting U of M Law senior communications technician Randy Barnett to assist in ironing out the technical issues.
Two employees from Nex-Tech (Lenora, Kan.), Senior IP Head-End Technician Jim Broeckelman and Senior Communications Technician Kyle Jones, were honored with Heroism Awards.
The case came to light after the Al Gharb Police Station received a complaint lodged by a 27-year-old Pakistani man who works as an electronic communications technician.
Cullum completed an Electrical and Electronic Engineering Apprenticeship with the British Army and continued his military career in the British Armed Forces as a communications technician for 8 years.
David joined the Royal Navy in 1992, initially as a radio operator, before transferring to the communications technician branch as an Arabic linguist.
Hospital vessel Chungnam 501 carries 18 personnel, including three doctors, three nurses, two medical technicians, eight marine fishery experts, one communications technician and a government office liaison.
"Every day, we balance working quickly with making sure our productions are of the highest quality," says Damien Heard, communications technician for the Louisiana Senate.
When separating the analysis into two sectors, another dimension is detected, concerning the communications technician who works with overseeing visual design, handling technical aspects of PR work and ensuring that the communications reporting systems are working.
The former communications technician had three years experience in recruitment before he was headhunted by Transline.
In all, four Rentsys associates, including a site coordinator, communications technician, field engineers and drivers supported the onsite recovery efforts for Service Credit Union.
Brian Roche, who was born and raised in Dinas Powys, was serving in Yemen as a RAF communications technician when his father Danny met Mary Caroll at Currans Munitions Works in Cardiff.
Harold, too young and energetic to retire, fully remained busy with family and work interests like Becker College as their Communications Technician, Umass-Memorial and as a funeral assistant for Mercadante Funeral Home.
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