AAF

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AcronymDefinition
AAFArmy Air Forces
AAFAmerican Advertising Federation
AAFAnswering a Fundamentalist (Albert J. Nevins book)
AAFAffordable Art Fair (various locations)
AAFArmy Air Field
AAFAdvanced Authoring Format
AAFAmerican Architectural Foundation
AAFAssociation des Archivistes Français (French: Association of French Archivists; est. 1904)
AAFAlien Ant Farm (band)
AAFAustralian Access Federation (est. 2009; Australia)
AAFAfghanistan Air Force (Afghanistan)
AAFAfrican American Female (classification)
AAFAnimals Asia Foundation
AAFAllied Air Forces
AAFAdaptation Adjustment Factor
AAFAccess Adaptation Function
AAFAnimation Agent File
AAFAdaptive Active Filtering
AAFAcetylaminofluorene
AAFAs A Friend
AAFAnti-Aliasing Filter
AAFAmateur Athletic Federation (various locations)
AAFAudit and Assurance Faculty (Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales; UK)
AAFAverage Annual Flow (streams)
AAFAlways And Forever
AAFAlarm Association of Florida
AAFAnti-Afghanistan Forces
AAFAteliers d'Art de France (French craft professionals association)
AAFArtists' Association of Finland
AAFAsset Allocation Fund
AAFAuxiliary Air Field
AAF2-Acetamidofluorene
AAFAztec Athletic Foundation (San Diego State University; California)
AAFAcadémie d'Agriculture de France (French: Academy of Agriculture of France)
AAFAluminum Association of Florida
AAFArmy Advantage Fund (US Military)
AAFASEAN Automotive Federation
AAFAigle Azur, France (ICAO code)
AAFAirway Facilities Service (Federal Aviation Administration)
AAFActivity Authorization Form (Virginia)
AAFAmerican Air Filter Company
AAFAnnual Average Flow
AAFAcadémie d'Armes de France (French: Academy of Arms of France; fencing school)
AAFAssociation des Accidentés de France (French: Accident Victims Association of France)
AAFAssociate Administrator for Airway Facilities (FAA)
AAFActive Analytics Framework (Oracle Corporation)
AAFAudit Automation Facilities
AAFAscorbic Acid Factor
AAFAir-to-Air Firing
AAFARM (Atmospheric Radiation Measurement) Aerial Facility (US DOE)
AAFArmy Availability Factor
AAFAfrican-American Fund (of New Jersey, Inc)
AAFAtlantic Amphibious Force
AAFAudit & Audit Follow-up (IG)
AAFArea Adjustment Factor
AAFAnti-Alias Function
AAFActual Art Foundation (New York, NY)
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It recounts how bombs dropped by Allied air forces during World War II destroyed dozens of cities, killed more than half a million German citizens and left some 80,000 pilots dead.
Russian ballistic and cruise missiles with ranges far greater than 1,000 miles and accuracy measured in tens of meters reduce the options available for allied air forces, including (1) operating from greater distances, (2) dispersing operations to a larger number of bases, or (3) to the extent possible, increasing the defenses of all bases.
To meet this objective, Allied air forces unleashed heavy and medium bombers to engage marshalling yards.
With more than 1,400 operational aircraft in service with allied air forces, "there certainly are a lot of aircraft to be addressed in the marketplace," John Bean, vice president of global fighter programs with BAE Systems, told National Defense.
He is refreshingly more fair to the Western Allied air forces than is currently popular or politically correct, notably among left-wing Anglo-American and younger German nationalist historians.
After winning the javelin competition at the Allied Air Forces Athletic Championships, Capt.
Over the past seven months, allied air forces carried out 9,600 strike sorties, destroying about 5,900 military targets.
Italy underlined the deep split in the organisation by warning that if the row was not resolved it would withdraw the seven airbases made available to Allied air forces.
They saw themselves as the future government of Greece and were prepared to achieve their aims by means of force of arms, using those which had been dropped by the allied air forces during the years of German occupation.
What could this one man possibly have to say that is important enough for the Commander of the Allied Air Forces to ask his help?
special assistant to the supreme allied commander, Europe, Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers, Europe, Mons, Belgium; and assistant chief of staff for operations, Headquarters, Allied Air Forces Northwestern Europe, NATO, Royal Air Force, High Wycombe, England, and deputy commander for NATO affairs, Headquarters, 3rd Air Force, Royal Air Force, Mildenhall, England.
Kenney divided the Allied Air Forces into two bodies: the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) Command--responsible mainly for defense of the home island--and the new US Fifth Air Force.