In a move touted as increasing efficiency in surface warfare officer (SWO
) career development, but in reality a cost-cutting measure, the six-month surface warfare officer division officer course was closed and replaced by a combination of computer-based and on-the-job training during a junior officer's first sea tour.
Logan English, a SWO
stationed at FOB Fenty in the eastern Nangahar province, said troops deal with weather all the time, whether they think about it or not.
Stiles, the NROTC cadet who joked about the intelligence of Army and Air Force cadets, planned to become a surface warfare officer (SWO
Patients in South Wales can be assured that SWOS
is approaching the Welsh Assembly Government and local health boards to discuss how the Nice guidelines can best be put into practice so that GPs can readily refer appropriate cases for spinal manipulation funded by the NHS.
John Christenson, former SWOS
Command commanding officer.
As then-AFSPC commander Gen Lance Lord stated in the invitation to the cadre of space weapons Officers (SWO
), "We want to hear from the Space Weapons Officers on the best way to integrate space capabilities at the operational level of warfare.
The career path for SWOs
will change under the plan.
When she (the SWO
) told me this I felt that she knew about my life.
The participants were 30 naval officers attending Department Head School at the Surface Warfare Officers School (SWOS
) in Newport, Rhode Island, and 29 officers plus 1 civilian enrolled in courses at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) in Monterey, California.
Our partnership with SWOS
has been extremely beneficial for both commands.
Within the Bridge Team section, there is information specifically for Surface Warfare Officers (SWOs
) on navigation basics, officer of the deck (OOD) tools, and a training section that includes a quiz feature that allows Sailors to test their knowledge on the navigation rules of the road questions developed by the Surface Warfare Officer School (SWOS