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ALTAlternative (USENET newsgroup prefix)
ALTAlternate
ALTAltitude
ALTAlto
ALTAlteration
ALTAlternating
ALTAssociation for Learning Technology
ALTAlanine Aminotransferase
ALTAltimeter
ALTAlgorithmic Learning Theory (Conference)
ALTRadar Altimeter (SEASAT, GEOS-3)
ALTAdult Learning and Teaching (degree program)
ALTAssistant Language Teacher
ALTArgon Laser Trabeculoplasty
ALTAlternative
ALTAdaptive Lighting Technology
ALTAnalogue Loopback Transfer
ALTAutomated Loop Test
ALTAltoona Transportation Center (Amtrak station code; Altoona, PA)
ALTAlanine Amino Transferase (medical)
ALTAdvanced Learning Technologies
ALTAcquisition, Logistics, and Technology (US Army)
ALTAccelerated Life Testing
ALTApplied Laser Technology (various locations)
ALTAlternative Lengthening of Telomeres (cells)
ALTAccelerated Life Test
ALTAltus AFB (Altus, OK)
ALTApproach and Landing Test
ALTAssistant Leader Trainer
ALTAcquisition Lead Time
ALTAssociation for Linguistic Typology
ALTAllocation Logement Temporaire (French: Temporary Housing Allowance)
ALTAboriginal Lands Trust (Department of Indigenous Affairs)
ALTAlliance for Lobbying Transparency (UK)
ALTAdministrative Lead Time
ALTAirsoft Lunel Team (French Airsoft group)
ALTAnarchists, Lunatics and Terrorists (apocryphal origin of newsgroup hierarchy)
ALTAnti Leech Tracker
ALTAchievement Level Test
ALTApproximate Lower Triangular (coding scheme)
ALTAssociation for Local Telecommunications
ALTArmy Liaison Team
ALTAmarillo Little Theatre (Amarillo, TX)
ALTAssociazione per la Lotta Alla Trombosi e Alle Malattie Cardiovascolari (Italian: Association to Combat Thrombosis and Cardiovascular Disease; est. 1986)
ALTAutomatic Link Transfer
ALTAirborne Laser Tracker
ALTAdvanced Lightning Technology
ALTAer Lingus Teoranta
ALTAutomatic Line Testing (Nortel)
ALTAlanina Amminotrasferasi (Italy)
ALTActive Leap Technology
ALTATM Link Termination
ALTAll Legal Transitions
ALTAssociazione Italiana per la Lotta Alla Trombosi
ALTAnalog Line Termination
ALTAsynchronous Line Test
ALTAutomatic Line Thresholded
ALTAlarms and Telemetry (Sprint)
ALTAljamiado Learning Technologies (est. 2001)
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Since Kohler founded the program in the fall of 2018, more than 20 raptors have been safely captured and relocated away from the airfield saving Altus AFB time, lives and money.
About two weeks after McConnell received its first two KC-46s, Reserve Citizen Airmen from the 730th Air Mobility Training Squadron at Altus AFB, Oklahoma, dignitaries and Air Force leaders accepted Alms's first Pegasus aircraft.
WFEC is a not-for-profit generation and transmission (G&T) cooperative that provides wholesale electric service to 21 distribution cooperatives (members), Altus AFB and other power users.
The structures are infringing on the airspace used for military operations by pilots at Tinker Air Force Base, Vance AFB, Altus AFB and Fort Sill, as well as Sheppard AFB in Wichita Falls, Texas.
My favorite memories as an avionics maintenance specialist was when I worked on these C5s in the 70's at Altus AFB. One of the most memorable was the night, on a hot, high priority response, the full bird colonel Chief of Maintenance rolled up his sleeves, and was up in the stand helping me to change out a fuel pump on an engine.
SSgt Zachary Sickler is the customer service document processing supervisor at 97th Comptroller Squadron, Altus AFB. He was born and raised in Rantoul, IL.
Second, airspace can have more than one designation, even under ICAO: The TRSA around Oklahoma's Altus AFB, exhibits Class D, Class E, and TRSA simultaneously.
Each aircraft is normally fueled with 80,000 pounds, a very common standard fuel load, and crews are directed to "make the mission happen." A review of nearly 3,500 Altus AFB KC-135 missions over 13 months revealed the average shutdown fuel, given an 80,000 pound standard ramp fuel load, was 33,000 pounds.
On August 31, C-17s from the 97th Air Mobility Wing of Altus AFB, Oklahoma, transported 200-watt generators to Keesler.
In June 2004, we senior noncommissioned officers (SNCO) at Altus AFB, Oklahoma, began a focused investment in our people as we leveraged our skills, talents, and experiences to transform our wing Airmen into future strategic enlisted leaders.
97TH MEDICAL OPERATIONS SQUADRON/ DENTAL FLIGHT ALTUS AFB, OK Presented by T/Sgt Robyn Nuss, NCOIC
The Group I project includes nearly 3,000 housing units at Altus AFB, Okla.; Luke AFB, Ariz.; Sheppard AFB, Texas and Tyndall AFB, Fla.