AFLC


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AcronymDefinition
AFLCAssociation of Free Lutheran Congregations
AFLCAir Force Logistics Command
AFLCAcute Food and Livelihood Crisis
AFLCAudio Frequency Load Control (signal processing)
AFLCAbolition of Forced Labour Convention (various nations; est. 1957)
AFLCAssociation of Free Lutheran Churches
AFLCAir Force Logistics Center
AFLCAlabama Family Law Center
AFLCApopka Family Learning Center
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In order to show the feasibility of the proposed AFLC, simulation studies of the drive system based on the DSIM were carried out using MATLAB/Simulink.
(22.) Captain Tim Sakulich, "Aircraft Availability," HQ AFLC briefing B 882120, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio, 1988.
The AFLC model was first created in 1989 at Saint Olaf College, where students who are at an intermediate proficiency level in a foreign language are allowed to take courses in the humanities, behavioral and natural sciences, and mathematics with an AFLC.
The results indicate that this method provides an easy and systematic way in designing the AFLC. The generated membership functions and rule base are general and could be used for any without any modification.
Five Air Force Logistics Commands (AFLC) across the nation are currently installing a total of 15 automated weighing systems called DAWS (Dimensioning and Weighing Systems) to help automate the overall shipping process at each site.
For more information on CTNO, contact Melvin Lammers, CTNO Director, HO AFLC LMSC/SNX, Wright-patterson AFB, OH 45433-5000; (513) 257-3085.
Cabourne, RAF, Message from ADC to AFLC, "F-106 ASIP Planning," 20 January 1970.
In 1970, logistics engineers and provisioning specialists from Air Force Logistics Command (AFLC) were, for the first time, collocated with a system program office in Air Force Systems Command (AFSC).
AFLC is working with the University of Oregon to offer continuing education credits for attendees of this conference.
Yongsan, Korea, AFLC Security Assistance Program Liaison Officer to