What does Westpac mean in the NaVY?
It is an approximately six month long deployment by a navy ship in the WESTern PACific.
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It stands for the E in Sea. Making Sea,Air,Land into SEAL instead of SAL. They are named after an actuall Seal which is mainly comfortable and is most functional in Water just… like the Navy Seals.
I haven't heard that term when relating to the US Navy. But in theRoyal Navy SDG is a scubadiver
Westpac is just like anyother bank
The two meanings I have heard are, mostly commonly, Law Enforcement Officer, and less commonly, Low Earth Orbit.
SN is the rank of the sailor, indicating that they are an E-3 or Seaman. PS is the specialty that they are striking for. PS stands for Personnel Specialist, a rating that wo…rks with service records of the other Navy individuals..
Electrician Master Chief (SS) (SS) indicates the individual completed a qualification process on submarine systems.
Stands for Western Pacific, takes you Asia.
CO, to my knowledge, means Commanding Officer. This is pretty universal throughout all armed forces.
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It means that they were discharged by the navy. The reason is that they were unable to perform their duties for health reasons. This could be a terrible wound, say the loss …of a limb or an eye, or that they had contracted a disease in the tropics that left them weak..
cruiser guided-missle nuclear it is a type of a ship. It is a nuclear-powered, guided-missle cruiser, such as the USS Virginia CGN-38.
In US Navy
"Navy" is derived from the Latin word "Naves" which means "ship." This was used during the first century BC
WestPac is a banking company that assists customers with starting a business, managing their money, providing loans, and setting up savings and checking accounts.
You can sign in to the Westpac Online Banking website by clicking the red "Sign In" button in the top right corner. Enter in your Customer ID and Password to proceed.