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AVCAdvanced Video Coding
AVCAcidente Vascular Cerebral
AVCAccidents Vasculaires Cérébraux (French: Cerebrovascular Accident; stroke)
AVCAverage Variable Cost
AVCAsian Volleyball Confederation (est. 1952; beach volleyball governing body)
AVCAntelope Valley College (Lancaster, CA)
AVCAutonomous Vehicle Competition (SparkFun Electronics)
AVCAutomatic Volume Control
AVCAtlantic Veterinary College (Canada)
AVCavocado
AVCAdditional Voluntary Contribution
AVCAutomatic Volume Correction
AVCAudio Video Control
AVCAccess Vector Cache
AVCAuthorization Verification and Correction
AVCanti Virus Control
AVCAutomated Vehicle Classification
AVCAutodrive Vehicle Control
AVCAnalog Voice Channel
AVCAsia Vital Components (Taiwan)
AVCAdvanced Video Communications (California)
AVCAudio Visual Consultants (various locations)
AVCArea Vocational Center (various locations)
AVCAssurance of Voluntary Compliance (legal)
AVCAccess Vector Cache (computer science)
AVCActive Vibration Control
AVCAutomatic Vehicle Classification
AVCAmerican Veterans Committee
AVCAutomatic Voltage Control
AVCAudio Video Connection
AVCAudio Visual Connection
AVCAccidente Vascular Cerebral
AVCArmy Veterinary Corps
AVCArc Voltage Control (for gas tungsten arc welding)
AVCAssociation Viticole Champenoise (French: Champagne Wine Association; est. 1898)
AVCAudio-Visual Coding
AVCAdvanced Voice Client (software)
AVCAmplified Volume Control (product feature)
AVCAdvanced Very-low-voltage CMOS (family of logic integrated circuits)
AVCArbitrarily-Varying Channel
AVCAutomatic Voice Control
AVCAvon Valley Cyclery (UK)
AVCAudio Visual Conferencing
AVCAnalog Voice Channel (wireless communication)
AVCAlumni Volunteer Corporation (various locations)
AVCAnnapolis Valley Campus (Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia)
AVCAvionics Change
AVCAIDS Volunteer Clearinghouse
AVCAerial Victory Credit
AVCAlien Visitation Craft
AVCAlpine Ventoux Club (French car club)
AVCAudio-Visual Committee
AVCAlpine Visitors Center (Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado, USA)
AVCAutomatic Video Corrector
AVCAdvanced Common-View (UTC)
AVCAssociation pour la Valorisation des Connaissances (French: Association for the Development of Knowledge; est. 1995)
AVCAnti-Vibration Compound
AVCAuxiliary Valve Control
AVCArchitecture Valorisation Construction (French: Architecture Construction Development; architectural firm; est. 1990)
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Lee Archer was deployed back to the United States the month after he scored his fourth aerial victory credit, and the same month he received his fourth aerial victory credit.
World War II documents, including monthly histories of the 332d Fighter Group and Twelfth and Fifteenth Air Force general orders awarding aerial victory credits show that Lee Archer claimed and was awarded a total of four aerial victory credits during World War II, one on July 18, 1944, and three on October 12, 1944.
Stewart, each earned three aerial victory credits in one day.
(15.) During the period June 1944 through April 1945, the 332d Fighter Group and its squadrons earned a total of 91 aerial victory credits. In the same period, the 1st Fighter Group earned 72, the 14th Fighter Group earned 85, the 31st Fighter Group earned 278, the 52d Fighter Group earned 225.5, the 82d Fighter Group earned 106, and the 325th Fighter Group earned 252.
He is the author of two books, The United States Air Force and Humanitarian Airlift Operations, 1947-1994 and Air Force Aerial Victory Credits: World War I, World War II, Korea, and Vietnam.
By the end of July, the Airmen had accumulated 59 aerial victory credits. Their victims included not only German and Italian fighters but more exotic game as well.
Responds to inquiries for historical data, approves unit heraldry and emblems, records official aerial victory credits, tracks organizational lineages and provides research facilities for military scholars and the public.
Haulman has authored three books, including Air Force Aerial Victory Credits, The USAF and Humanitarian Airlift Operations, and One Hundred Years of Flight: USAF Chronology of Significant Air and Space Events, 19032002.
Of the seven fighter groups of the Fifteenth Air Force, the 31st earned the most aerial victory credits. Of the seven leading aces of the Fifteenth Air Force, three belonged to the 31st Fighter Group, including Captain John J.
Lane 15 AF GO# 2293 (12 Apr 1945) Table IV: Aerial Victory Credits of the Fifteenth Air Force Fighter Groups in World War II Fighter Fighter Total Number of Group Squadrons Aerial Victories between June 1944 & April 1945 1 27, 71, 94 72 14 37, 48, 49 85 31 307,308,309 278 52 2, 4, 5 225.5 82 95, 96, 97 106 325 317,318,319 252 332 * 99,100,301,302 91 Sources: USAF Historical Study No.
The Fall 2003 issue of Air Power History generated a request to us about gunner aerial victory credits. In answering the request, I noticed a photo caption on p.