AAF


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AAF

abbr.
Army Air Forces
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I saw AAF last year when they supported Papa Roach and they were one of the most energetic and inspiring bands I have seen.
For starters, AAF sponsors the National Student Advertising Competition across its 215 college chapters to gather fledglings into its fold.
In the fight against the Luftwaffe, the 352d Fighter Group registered 504 aerial victories to rank eighth of the AAF fighter groups fighting over Europe and North Africa; the group's 487th Fighter Squadron was the third highest scoring AAF squadron in the entire war.
The AAF is a highly visible representation of the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan--an administration that is struggling to establish its legitimacy among a far-flung and fiercely self-reliant population.
Father-of-two David Robinson, 41, was found dead in bed by a colleague in the city of Saltillo where they had been sent by their employer ( AAF Air Filters Ltd of Cramlington, Northumberland ( to complete a job which had hit problems.
Meanwhile, the plan to close AAF has triggered a controversy.
Expected to be elected new AAF president is Danny Koteras, of Stone Ward.
AAF improves signal integrity and, as a consequence, maximizes system performance.
Since inception in 1985, the AAF has reinvested more than $125 million to serve youth through sport in Southern California,'' Chairman John C.
She'll also serve as the link between LS and AAF, ensuring the company's involvement in gauging industry trends.
Founded in 1908, AAF Dallas is nearly 1,000 members strong and is affiliated with the Tenth District of the American Advertising Federation, part of AAF's national network of more than 200 ad clubs and 40,000 professionals.
We have had a great start with Fakhruddin Properties and we are looking forward to a strong and fruitful partnership with the leading developer," added Mansour Khodjasteh, the Managing Director of AAF.