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MOC

Abbreviation for Medical Officer on Call.
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In addition to the many moc styles, Arrow Moccasin also crafts historically authentic 18th century-era mocs for reenactors, and they supply the Massachusetts State Police and many area dog trainers with leather leashes, collars, and harnesses for K9 units.
Ouellette, who has run the business since his dad's passing three years ago, says the heart and soul behind every step in making an Arrow moc brings people back.
As the AAT Logistics Planner, I deliver focused, theater-specific academics to the MOC LRC, including LRC and Fleet N4 organization, supported and supporting relationships among logistics commands and agencies, and staff estimate work that supports the Navy Planning Process in the MOC.
I also attend and observe the MOC LRC during major combatant commander sponsored exercises, using those observations to perform one-on-one training and record the effective practices of the LRC as well as the lessons learned from the exercise.
In 1935, for example, a new MOC forbade males from entering females' rooms.
As one patient who owned a cottage explained to the MOC, the infirmary "is the hospital but out there (pointing to the patients' cottages) is our home." (60)
The MOC project brings together talent and technologies from various academic, government, non-profit, and industry organizations to collaboratively create an open, production-grade public cloud suitable for cutting-edge research and development.
Red Hat shares MOC and Boston Childrens Hospitals mission of finding and creating the best solutions to real problems and sharing them with the broader community for all to use.
"The main thing is the operational level and how the MOC and AOC tie together.
Second Fleet's participation in the experiment primarily focused on its MOC's ability to interact with other operation centers around the world--to globally network, emphasized Capt.
By following and improving upon MHQ with MOC principles, warfighters will become better equipped to support commanders and be more efficient at transitioning operations from normal and routine (NAR) to the full operational level of war (OLW).
So make sure the area is called clear before MOC checks are done to avoid injury and damage to equipment.