AAFB

AcronymDefinition
AAFBAndrews Air Force Base (Maryland)
AAFBAndersen Air Force Base (Guam)
AAFBAlcohol Acid-Fast Bacilli
AAFBAssociation of Arizona Food Banks
AAFBAltus Air Force Base (Altus, Oklahoma)
AAFBAcid and Alcohol Fast Bacilli
AAFBAuxiliary Air Force Base
AAFBAtypical Acid Fast Bacteria
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(Lambdin et al., 2003; Wiggins et al., 2007) have been documented from habitats within AAFB.
HUD guidelines currently permit FHA-approved lenders with Direct Endorsement underwriting authority to sponsor loan correspondents operating in any jurisdiction and rely on the loan correspondent's AAFB to underwrite in all geographic areas in which the loan correspondent is authorized to take loan applications.
Making the presentation to Ken McElroy of Scottsdale-based McElroy Management, who conceived the drive, was AAFB Executive Director Ginny Hildebrand.
Matt and Wendy McDermott Scholarship $1,000 - Lydia Hillman, Stevenson University This year the AAFB received 262 entries, resulting in 85 ADDY awards presented to local agencies, production houses, and in-house marketing teams.
The objective of this study was to identify hemipteran species associated with various habitats at Arnold Air Force Base (AAFB), Tullahoma, Tennessee.
The month-long drive helped nine Arizona food warehouses affiliated with the Association of Arizona Food Banks (AAFB).
AMA's Freedom from Hunger drive benefits member warehouses of the Association of Arizona Food Banks (AAFB), which provide emergency food to nearly 40,000 people across the state.
The drive will benefit the Arizona Association of Food Banks (AAFB), which has nine warehouses statewide.