FMSO

AcronymDefinition
FMSOForeign Military Studies Office
FMSOFleet Material Support Office
FMSORanohira (airport code; Madagascar)
FMSOForeign Military Sales Order
FMSOFleet Materiel Support Office
FMSOFleet Material Supply Office
FMSOFactive Mental State Operator (knowledge)
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McDermott specializes in Russian and Central Asian defense and security issues and is a Senior Fellow in Eurasian Military Studies, The Jamestown Foundation, Washington DC, and Senior International Research Fellow for the Foreign Military Studies Office (FMSO), Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.
The total savings exceeded hundreds of millions of dollars over the years and the FMSO development team was awarded the Al Gore Hammer Award in 1994.
GA - LAN/Email * APADE at NSC Charleston - Relational DB's * MISIL at NAVILCO - Office Automation * COMPASS for Royal Saudi Navy 1990's - CD-ROM - DoD CIM Support - Object-Oriented - FMSO Programming Reorganization Setting a - Internet/WW/ - Fee-For Service Intranet Operations New Course - Client Server - CMM Level 4 Rating (HP 9000's.
The various departments of FMSO were autonomous from each other, each having its own programs, goals, and objectives.
The Total Asset Visibility applications created by NAVSUP BSC (known then as the Fleet Material Support Office (FMSO)) used the existing network and programming tools to reinvent the way the Navy handled consumable assets marked for excess.
NAVSUP BSC--formerly known as FMSO and NAVSISA--has long been at the center of supporting IT for NAVSUP.
You may remember us as FMSO, NAVSISA, or perhaps you only recognize us by our name today, the NAVSUP Business Systems Center (BSC).
This part of the Center manages trainers and instructors for classroom support; develops and exports distributive learning products; develops and assists in lesson plan development; and coordinates the exchange of cultural knowledge and training products with such partners as the Defense Language Institute (DLI) and the Foreign Military Studies Office (FMSO).
When FMSO began in January 1962, our role was to write the "code" that ran on our computers.
Contributors include the Department of the Army (G2), the Open Source Center (OSC), the Asian Studies Detachment (ASD), the Foreign Military Studies Office (FMSO), the National Ground Intelligence Center (NGIC), the National Virtual Translation Center (NVTC), the COE and Threat Integration Directorate (CTID), the European Command Joint Analysis Center (EUCOM JAC), the 10th Mountain Division (IL), and the U.S.
NAVSISA, formerly Fleet Material Support Office (FMSO), has designed and developed the RSNF automated supply operating system for the past 30 years.
Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) MI Battalion-Japan, the Asian Studies Detachment (ASD), the National Ground Intelligence Center (NGIC) Information Management Division, and TRADOC's Foreign Military Studies Office (FMSO).