AfSEAssociation for Supported Employment (UK)
AFSEAssociation Française de Sciences Économiques
AFSEAssociation Franco-Slave des Etudiants
AFSEAll Fuels and Energy Company (Johnston, IA)
AFSEAssociation Française du Syndrome d’Evans
AFSEAngel Flight Southeast, Inc.
AFSEAssociation of Financial Services Educators Ltd (Australia)
AFSEAssociation of Future Science Educators
AFSEAssociation of Field Staff Employees
AFSEAssociation of Field Service Employees
AFSEAssociation of Engineering Firms Practicing in the Geosciences
AFSEAsociación por el Foro Social Europeo
AFSEAlcohol-Free Social Event
AFSEAkademiuddannelsesudvalget for Fremstilling, Strøm og Energi (Denmark)
AFSEAdvanced Field Service Engineer
AFSEAssociation of Foreign Students in Estonia
AFSEAportaciones Financieras Subordinadas Eroski
AFSEAmerican Federation of State Employees
AFSEAutomated Fire Support Element
AFSEAutres Fournisseurs de Services Évolués
AFSEAttributable Fraction of Side Effects
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AFSE recently acquired ALL Energy Company, a development-stage ethanol company organized to operate as an ethanol producer, focusing primarily on the production and sale of ethanol and its co-products.
Such forward-looking statements are subject to certain risks and uncertainties, including the ability of AFSE to obtain needed financing, as well as the financial performance of AFSE, which could cause actual results to differ materially from those anticipated.
AFSE has adopted the business plan of ALL Energy Company.
With the enzyme cocktail AFSE Enzyme expects to increase the ethanol yield per bushel of corn processed.
We are thrilled to have one of the worlds leading patent and intellectual property firms representing AFSE Enzyme," said Dean Sukowatey, ALL Fuels & Energy President.
The selection of this research institution has been running on a parallel track with our ongoing testing of our first super enzyme's capacity for boosting production of corn and cellulosic ethanol," said Dean Sukowatey, AFSE President.
Angel Flight(R) Southeast (AFSE), the 24-year-old nonprofit organization of more than 1,000 volunteer pilots who fly thousands of people free each year for medical and humanitarian reasons, today reported coordinating a total of 3,617 free flights in 2005 - 37 percent more than the 2,635 flights coordinated in 2004 - a one-year record for AFSE.
Most of the people that AFSE coordinates missions for cannot afford a commercial airline ticket nor have a medical condition that is better accommodated with a private flight.
Hospital and medical personnel, emergency relief organizations and other government and charitable organizations in particular are urged to call the toll-free AFSE Hotline Number above if they need to get people and supplies to damaged areas or hurricane victims out to other areas of the country.
AFSE also coordinates missions to fly organ transplant candidates; people involved in clinical trials, chemotherapy or other repetitive treatment; victims of abuse seeking relocation; families receiving help from Ronald McDonald(R) Houses, Shriners Hospitals and many other charities; disabled or sick children to special summer camp programs; and for many other humanitarian reasons.
AFSE was the first organization to utilize volunteer pilots to ensure that water and blood were transported after Hurricanes Francis and Ivan.