NATEC

AcronymDefinition
NATECNaval Air Technical Data and Engineering Service Command
NATECNorthern Aerospace Technology Exploitation Centre (UK)
NATECNational AIDS Therapy Evaluation Centre (Netherlands)
NATECNaval Air Training and Experimental Command (US Navy)
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Enterprise AIRSpeed teams involve anywhere from 20-30 personnel representing facilitators, contractor support, Fleet Support Teams, NATEC, and CNAF.
Located in San Diego, California, NATEC was commissioned in October 1998 as a result of a base realignment and closure action that combined the Naval Air Technical Services Facility (NATSF) functions with those of the Naval Aviation Engineering Service Unit (NAESU).
Realizing that not all customers may have the desire to move into a digital technical manual environment at the same time the Navy moves from paper to electronic files, NATEC works with these countries to continue delivering paper documents whenever possible.
SPE conducted its first NATEC, "Plastics in Packaging," in Dallas; the Society also held thirteen RETECs, which drew a total attendance of 4331.
The chart on the next page reflects NAWC-AD providing support equipment, NAVICP spares, and NATEC publications data as the main sources of data to FIST.
The Navy's update is NAVAIR 01-1A-505-1, and NATEC issued change No.
Allen Giannerini NATEC Detachment Oceana, AMCS Ron Price COMVAQWING, and the men and women of VAQ-131, HS-7 and VFA-136 for their support during the demonstration and evaluation of this technology.
This information sounds good, but I've noticed a few problems recently and put together a list, with the aid of William Zdrojewski (an oil-lab NATEC rep), to make sure your lab is in good shape.
NATEC Detachment North Island formed an infrared team three years ago and targeted the T-56 engine.
This manual is not available from the NATEC website.
Jim Fountain worked at NATEC Det Jacksonville, Fla.
The site she is referring to is the NATEC website, which can be found at www.