NACCS

AcronymDefinition
NACCSNippon Automated Cargo Clearance System (computerized cargo clearance system)
NACCSNational Association for Chicana and Chicano Studies (USA)
NACCSNaval Aircrew Candidate School (US Navy)
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Corps OF Eng'rs, supra note 36; NACCS, supra note 8.
Devon Pena, the chair of NACCS and author of its statement against SB 1070, is a professor of anthropology and Chicano studies at the University of Washington.
Ellenburg, NACCS Master Chief Petty Officer in charge of training.
By design, just about every plane and helicopter device air crew candidates climb aboard at NACCS will crash during training.
Candidates must pass nine levels of water survival training to graduate from NACCS. "Most of the time, when you end up in the water as an aviator, it's because something went terribly wrong," said Water Survival Instructor Aviation Boatswain's Mate (Equipment) 2nd Class Cory Smith.
The rewards for graduating from NACCS are brief, with a hearty handshake and a push onward to the next challenge in the four-part gauntlet that is the air crew qualification process.
A key element of the new system is that its Japan Export Automation (JEA) and Japan Express Broker (JEB) systems are linked directly to the air cargo information processing system, Nippon Automated Cargo Clearance System (NACCS), which should simplify customs clearance processing.
At the 1990 meeting of NACCS (by then the Association had added Chicana to Chicano), Emma Perez delivered an address on sexuality and re-read Chicano nationalism using sexuality as a guide.
AT THE 2001 CONFERENCE OF THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR CHICANA AND Chicano Studies (NACCS), Isabel Garcia, a lawyer for Coalicion de Derechos Humanos in the city of Tucson, Arizona, gave a compelling account of INS abuses along the U.S.-Mexican border.