RDML


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RDML

abbr.
rear admiral (lower half)
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An RDML 70b IML-T unit was used to remove the labels from a magazine and place them into the mould's cavities in the forming station of the thermoformer, before moulding and bonding to the part's walls.
The RDML 70b IML-T unit removed the printed labels from a magazine and placed them in the mold cavities, each of which can be loaded with an individually printed label.
To assess whether such differences affected qPCR performance, we tested 440 randomly selected primers with qPCR [see RDML file 2 and Table 3 (for mismatch frequencies) in the online Data Supplement].
Celebrating the Supply Corps birthday aboard USS Makin Island (LHD 8) with C3F was, from left to right, LCDR Kris Runaas, LTJG Paul Fuery, CSCM Marilyn Kennard, LSC Armie Aguiluz, LT Frank Semilla, CWO2 Robert Favela, LSCS Mark Schlosser, ENS Sophi Kim, CDR David Shealy, CAPT Peter Brennan, RDML Earl L.
To paraphrase RDML Michael Groothousen, former commanding officer of USS Harry S.
Commander Navy Region Hawaii, RDML Barry McCullough, said it this way in a message to all commands under his jurisdiction, "Racing and excessive speeding will not be tolerated from our Sailors.
Sessions will be presented by distinguished authorities from medical commands, military hospitals and treatment centers The faculty is led by luminaries from every service branch, including RDML Michael Anderson, Medical Officer of the Marine Corps, BG Rhonda Cornum, PhD.
RDML Patricia Wolfe, Combined Task Force 48, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, visits operations in Haiti.
Mech recently visited the Navy's senior greenshirt--Assistant Commander for Logistics, RDML Michael Bachmann--to check on the Navy's progress in developing "smart" aircraft systems and to review their potential safety benefits.
Cutting-edge presentations on traumatic brain injury, mental & behavioral health, pre-deployment, rehab & veteran's care to be delivered by a stellar faculty, including RDML Michael H.