Afloat


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Afloat

1. See: Going Concern.

2. See: Float.
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As a result, NEXCOM's Ships Stores Program team came up with an "afloat brand" that was both common to the NEX brand but also unique to the afloat community.
Q: What are some of the changes you have seen in the last two years in how the Navy manages frequencies afloat? What changes do you see coming?
The goals of the project are straightforward: keep the solution simple, meet Fleet requirements for cashless operations afloat, minimize dedicated equipment, and save money.
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Russia is committed to keep the JCPOA afloat and ensure its full implementation."
What this means for the Navy is faster deployment of affordable systems that keep afloat Sailors connected to all the resources they need to complete their missions.
Local investors kept the main index afloat as there was P668.3 million in net foreign selling for the day.
Navy afloat network certification is underway for postage meters and Next Generation (NEXGEN) mail barcode scanners.
Engility Holdings Inc (NYSE:EGL) announced on Thursday the receipt of a USD16m task order extension from the Space and Naval Warfare Systems (SSC) Atlantic, under which it will provide technology to support the US Navy's tactical afloat network.
Two other people helped keep him afloat as emergency services were scrambled.
Summary: Plucky little one stayed afloat all night by holding on to water hyacinth
Year 6 staying afloat! Students from Benton Park trying to stay afloat on their Northumberland residential