EOCA

AcronymDefinition
EOCAExplosive Ordnance Clearance Agent (US DoD)
EOCAEnd of Course Assessment (academic evaluation)
EOCACerebellar Ataxia, Early-Onset, with Retained Tendon Reflexes
EOCAEstación de Observación de Calar Alto (Spanish)
EOCAEnd of the Church Age
EOCAConstructionman Apprentice, Equipment Operator Striker (Naval Rating)
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Section III applies the revealed relation between, on the one hand, the correlation of business cycles and, on the other hand, the trade variables for the computation of a potential correlation of business cycles (indices of EOCA) in the CEECs.
In 2007, the Engineer Branch implemented training that capitalized on courses such as EOCA and R2C2--S, focusing engineers on blow-in-place (BIP) procedures.
I am pleased to announce another great addition to the Fort Leonard Wood community, the Explosive Ordnance Clearance Agent (EOCA) Course.
We are preparing for the move of the Explosive Ordnance Clearance Agent (EOCA) Course from Redstone Arsenal to Fort Leonard Wood beginning this September with the pre-positioning of the lead cadre.
Perhaps the most extensive and intensive demolitions and explosives training occurs for those attending both the Explosive Ordnance Clearance Agent (EOCA) Course and the Sapper Leader Course, which has live demolitions exercises as a part of the curriculum.
We are constantly improving the courses and enrollment processes for the Explosive Ordnance Clearance Agent (EOCA) Course and the Urban Mobility Breaching Course (UMBC).
Now we have 12 courses, including the Urban Mobility Breaching Course, the Route Reconnaissance/Clearance Operations Course (both mechanical and robotic), the IED Defeat Train the Trainer (IEDD T3) Course, the Advanced Search Course, and the Explosive Ordnance Clearance Agent (EOCA) Course.
Two other courses that remain significantly important are the joint Urban Mobility Breaching Course (UMBC) at Camp LeJeune, North Carolina, which has greatly improved the sapper's ability to fight and win in an urban environment; and the Explosive Ordnance Clearance Agent (EOCA) Course, at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama, which provides the basic skills and knowledge required to perform as explosive ordnance clearance agents.
The Explosive Ordnance Clearance Agent (EOCA) Course is training more engineers each month and awarding an additional skill identifier (ASI).
To close the gap between EOD personnel and combat engineers, the EOD Integration Working Group, consisting of members from both the engineer and EOD communities, recommended the creation of an Explosive Ordnance Clearance Agent (EOCA) Course to train engineers and increase the force's ability to deal with UXO on the battlefield.
We have added an Explosive Ordnance Clearance Agent (EOCA) Course to the specialty skills available for training.