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CFCompact Flash (solid state memory technology)
CFCold Fusion (Allaire web application development product)
CFConfer (Latin: Compare)
CFCall Forwarding
CFCystic Fibrosis
CFCanadian Forces
CFCenter Field (Baseball)
CFCopy(ies) Furnished
CFConfiguration File
CFCarbon Fiber
CFCash Flow
CFCongo
CFCompact Framework (Microsoft)
CFChristian Fellowship
CFCardiff University (Wales)
CFCardiff (postal code for Cardiff, Wales)
CFCapital Federal
CFCalf
CFCommunity Forestry
CFCentral African Republic (country code, top level domain)
CFChristian Forums
CFCollaborative Filtering
CFCompact Fluorescent (lamp/bulb)
CFConceptual Framework
CFComplement Fixation (assay method for determination of infection in blood or serum)
CFCenter Front (tailoring)
CFConstituição Federal (Brazil; Federal Constitution)
CFContinuous Flow
CFConservation Foundation
CFContinued Fractions
CFCalgary Flames (NHL hockey team of Calgary, Alberta, Canada)
CFConservative Future
CFClimate and Forecast
CFCerebrospinal Fluid
CFCarry Flag
CFChinese Food
CFCapacity Factor
CFCoal Fired
CFCalifornium
CFColdfire
CFCentrifugal Force
CFCarry Forward
CFCodice Fiscale (Italian: fiscal code)
CFCardiac Failure
CFCease-Fire
CFCienfuegos (postcode, Cuba)
CFCold Front (meteorology)
CFCarrier Frequency
CFCombining Form (linguistics)
CFCadillac Fairview
CFCanadian French (language)
CFCommon Functions
CFChange Form
CFCausal Factor
CFChronic Future (band)
CFCaptain Falcon (Nintendo)
CFCold Feet (movie)
CFCenter Frequency
CFChildfree
CFConsolidated Freightways (trucking company)
CFCharcoal Filter
CFCeltic Frost (band)
CFCareer Field
CFCenter Fire (Ammunition)
CFCustomer Focus
CFCoopération Française (French)
CFCommercial Film
CFComputing Facility
CFCommon Formats (United States Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Act of 2005)
CFCenter Forward (soccer position)
CFChange Filter
CFClimbing Fiber (neuroscience)
CFCalibration Factor
CFCentral Facility
CFCharlie-Foxtrot (slang for Cluster Flock; polite form)
CFCommunication Function
CFCanadian Fighter
CFConsulting Forester
CFCoalition Force
CFChange Frequency
CFCentral Files
CFCompound Fracture
CFConfidence Factor
CFCaucasian Female
CFCoated Front (paper)
CFCompression Factor
CFComplementary Function
CFCahiers Francais
CFCommunications Flight
CFCenter Funded
CFCharter One Financial (NYSE Symbol)
CFCentrally Funded
CFCollection Function
CFCitrovorum Factor
CFConseco Fieldhouse (Indiana)
CFCloud Fraction
CFCompletion Form
CFCowboys Fringants (band)
CFCo-facilitator
CFCathode Follower
CFContra Fidem (Latin: Against My Will)
CFChristmas Factor
CFCommonwealth Funding
CFCold Finish
CFCervical Fracture (neck)
CFCarbolfuchsin
CFCharleston Forge
CFConcept Formulation
CFCommodities Finance
CFChicago Force
CFcauseway ferry (US DoD)
CFChart Field
CFConcept Feasibility
CFCompress-and-Forward (networking)
CFConfinement Factor
CFContinental Freight (trucking company)
CFCounts Fingers (used with the 20/ scale after c. 20/400; ophthalmology)
CFConstruction Forces
CFClearance Facility
CFCoupling Fault
CFCenter of Flotation
CFCompliance Finding
CFComputation Facility
CFConsulting Fellow
CFConservation Farmers (Nepal)
CFComité de Facilitation
CFCumulus Fractus
CFCape Fear Railways, Inc.
CFCalf-Fed
CfFrictional Resistance Coefficient
CFConstructed Fare (airlines)
CFConfrontation Field (ophthalmology)
CFClinical Facilitator
CFContingency Flag
CFContent Freeze
CFCoin First Payphone
CFChikara Fansubs
CFCreative Fluff (website)
CFConstruction Flagman (NYC Transit Authority)
CFdrift error confidence factor (US DoD)
CFCab to Frame
CFCondensate and Feed
CFCluster Foulup (polite form; military slang)
CFCable, Fuzing or Firing
CFClarissima Foemina (Latin: Most Famous Lady, epigraphy)
CFImagery and Geospatial Community Management Office (NIMA)
CFCompartmented Facility
CFControlled Flaw
CFAir Post Registration (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
CFCountermeasure Factor
CFCivilingenjors Forbundet
CFCampus Focus, Student Organization (University of Akron)
CFCassville Ferry (Wisconsin)
CFControlled Iteration First Pass
CFConversion Factor
CFCubic Foot
CFCorkscrew Follies (Rollercoaster Tycoon game)
CFContinuous Form
CFContractor-Furnished
CFControl Functions
CFCorrelation Factor
CFCount Forward
CFCounterfire
CFCorrectional Facility
CFCritically Factor
CFControl Freak
CFCorporate Fraud
CFCumulative Frequency (statistics)
CFCovering Force
CFCorn Flour
CFCost and Freight
CFCrazy Frog (advertisement)
CFCustomer Fulfilment
CFCore Fighter (Gundam)
CFControl Flow
CFCyberfair
CFContributing Factor
CFFrench Canadian
CFCorporate Finance
CFCounty Fair
CFCystic Fibrosis Foundation
CFCutoff Frequency
CFHundred Feet
CFCoupling Facility (IBM mainframes)
CFCooling Fan
CFCrossfire
CFConvertible Freighter
CFCourt Filing
CFCorn Flakes
CFConversion Facility
CFCounter Force
CFCore Foundation (Apple Computer)
CFCompte Financier (French: Financial Account)
CFCrest-Factor (distribution in multiplexed transmission signals)
CFCustomer Furnished
CFConsumidor Final (Spanish: End Consumer)
References in periodicals archive ?
The US Marine Corps plans to field it in three blocks, Block 1 as short-range air defence/surveillance radar, Block 2 addressing counterfire targeting missions, and Block 4 expeditionary airport surveillance.
The key to the mortar unit leader's success in this role is the ability to plan, prepare, and execute counterfires that are delivered quickly enough to hit the attacking force while it is still in the firing position or as it is withdrawing.
This vulnerability requires aviation and artillery augmentation to conduct proactive counterfires to eliminate the threat before direct engagement.
The Scripps Howard story reported that "Internal Pentagon estimates, based on recent war games, show that up to a third of the GIs using Dragons will be killed by enemy counterfire after firing their missiles, while as many as 85 percent of those firing TOW missiles will die in enemy counterfire.
TriQuint Semiconductor (Nasdaq:TQNT), a leading RF front-end product manufacturer and foundry services provider, today announced that it has begun shipping production gallium arsenide (GaAs) monolithic microwave integrated circuits (MMICs) to Lockheed Martin Radar Systems for the manufacture of EQ-36 Counterfire Target Acquisition Radars being developed for the U.
Meanwhile, Antenori had much praise for the Javelin shoulder-fired anti-tank weapon, which automatically guides itself to the target after launch, allowing the gunner to take cover and avoid counterfire.
That evening, orders came to increase to mission-oriented protective posture 1 (MOPP 1) status, and obvious signs that the mission was a "go" were seen in the waves of cruise missiles headed to targets, Patriot missile battery counterfire, and radio transmissions between aviation and field artillery assets as they prepared the battlefield for the attack.
The intelligence section mainly uses its AFATDS to process counterfire missions.
Their biggest and most unique task is supporting the division's counterfire mission, O'Nale said.
Mortar teams have to displace quickly to avoid counterfire (typically 4 minutes or less).
In the words of a former 2d Infantry Division (2ID) Artillery (DIVARTY) counterfire officer, the Q-10 "resembled a box with half an orange on top.
Due to its weight, the 120-mm mortar tube takes considerable physical effort to put it in place, fire and quickly move to avoid enemy counterfire.