Aerographer

A`er`og´ra`pher


n.1.One versed in aëography: an aërologist.
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Navy aerographer's mate, one National Weather Service (NWS) forecaster, two professors, and six meteorology students] who provided verbal data.
Aerographer's Mate Chief Petty Officer Richard Byerly, an instructor BOAT Curriculum Developer and the incoming BOAT Course Supervisor at the Naval Information Warfare Training Group (NIWTG) Gulfport, Mississippi, formerly Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Professional Development Center (NAVMETOCPRODEVCEN), said, "It [BOAT] gives us a chance to welcome our junior officers to our family and gives them a strong foothold before they get started."
Austin Norton, a 20-year-old aerographer's mate from Michigan, worked in the weather office in the Bunker Hill's island structure.
When Barfield claimed at Baker Correctional that he had been contacted by a foreign agent, he said the agent had located him through a girlfriend he'd met during his two-year stint in the Navy, when he worked as an aerographer's mate on the USS America aircraft carrier and had access to radar and weapons systems.
Author Bruce Henderson was an aerographer s mate aboard USS Ranger (CVA 61) during this time.
"The UUV system is a vehicle we program to run a certain mission," said Chief Aerographer's Mate (AW/EXW) David Elliott, EODMU 1 UUV leading chief petty officer.
In age, the Pentagon victims range from 21-year-old Matthew Michael Flocco, a Navy aerographer's mate second class from Newark, Del., to 69-year-old Max Beilke, a retired master sergeant in the Army.
One of the few to be named was Aerographer's Mate Edward Earhart, 26.
On one ship alone--the USS Nicholson, a Spruance-class destroyer--accurate forecasts "proved critical in the planning and execution of nearly 200 cruise-missile launches," according to Chief Aerographer's Mate Ron Plourde, head of the vessel's MET team.
One outcome of this fusion is the establishment of the Information Dominance Corps (IDC) comprised of the OCEANO, Information Warfare, Information Professional, and Intelligence officer communities, the supporting enlisted ratings (Aerographer's Mate, Cryptographic Technicians, Information Systems Technicians and Intelligence Specialists), and the talents of the associated civilian workforce.
These fields include information professional officers, information warfare officers, naval intelligence officers, meteorological and oceanography officers, space cadre officers, aerographer's mates, cryptologic technicians, intelligence specialist, information systems technicians and civilian personnel."