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AEFAmerican Expeditionary Force
AEFAllied Expeditionary Force
AEFAir and Space Expeditionary Force (USAF, formerly Aerospace Expeditionary Force)
AEFAmerican Eagle Foundation
AEFAerospace Expeditionary Force (USAF, now Air and Space Expeditionary Force)
AEFAdvertising Educational Foundation
AEFAsia Education Foundation
AEFAerospace Education Foundation (Air Force Association)
AEFAnnuaire des Entreprises de France (French: Business Directory of France)
AEFAir Expeditionary Force(s)
AEFAssociation d'Economie Financière (French: Financial Economics Association)
AEFAlternating Electric Field
AEFAggregate External Finance
AEFArizona Educational Foundation (est. 1983)
AEFAmyloid-Enhancing Factor
AEFAfrique Équatoriale Française (French: French Equatorial Africa; est. 1910)
AEFAuditory Evoked Field (neural activity)
AEFAteliers d'Emboutissage de Faulquemont (French automotive parts company; Faulquemont, France)
AEFArtisans Ebénistes de France (French: Artisan Cabinetmakers of France)
AEFAboriginal Evangelical Fellowship (Australia)
AEFAlternating Electric Field (physics)
AEFApplication Extension Facility (IBM)
AEFAfrica Enterprise Fund
AEFAdvanced Electronics Field
AEFAlliance Evangélique Française (French: French Evangelical Alliance)
AEFAlberta Emerald Foundation (Canada)
AEFArbeitsgemeinschaft Extraterrestrische Forschung (German: Extraterrestrial Research Association)
AEFAeromedical Evacuation Flight
AEFAccess Control Enforcement Function
AEFAMSOIL Engine Flush (various locations)
AEFAthens Environmental Foundation (Athens, Greece)
AEFActivity Evaluation Form (various schools)
AEFAdaptive Edge Fundamentals (Hewlett-Packard)
AEFAir Experience Flying
AEFAmerican Endowment Foundation (Hudson, OH)
AEFAccreditation Evaluation Form
AEFAllons en France (French: Come to France; annual contest; French Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs)
AEFAmerican Enuresis Foundation
AEFAccurate Environmental Forecasting, Inc (Narragansett, RI, USA)
AEFAerospace Engineering Facility
AEFAll Else Failed (band)
AEFAurora Education Foundation (Aurora, CO)
AEFAbout Extra Fine (coin grading)
AEFAtmospheric Electric Field
AEFAirborne Equipment Failure
AEFArgonne Experimental Facility
AEFAtmosphere Environmental File
AEFActive Emitter File
AEFArea Enhancement Factor
AEFAuxiliary Electrician Forward
AEFAlternative Electronic Filing
AEFActive Element Factor
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Caption: General John Pershing, nicknamed "Black Jack," was appointed commander in chief of the American Expeditionary Force in Europe when the United States entered World War I in April 1917.
Pershing, Commanding General of the American Expeditionary Force, to the Army Chief of Staff, 16 September 1918.
America's inaugural multi-squadron fighter unit--the 1st Pursuit Group of the American Expeditionary Forces was--created in May 1918 and deployed to France to fly French aircraft.
Pershing went on to command the American Expeditionary Force in World War I.
They mowed down Zulus in hundreds at Ulundi in 1879, massacred Egyptians at Tel-el-Kebir in 1882, where the sound they made was likened to tearing calico, and were employed by the American expeditionary force in Cuba in 1898.
This version held that despite resistance from the Allies and the War Department, Pershing shaped the American Expeditionary Force (AEF) into an effective, aggressive organization that carried the offensive in the final months of 1918.
In the American Expeditionary Force, the Gas Service (the predecessor of today's Chemical Corps) was the responsibility of the Corps of Engineers.
These missing sources offer widespread examples of dissent within the American Expeditionary Force (AEF) which challenge the portrait of overwhelming consensus that Meigs draws.
The Indian soldiers of the American Expeditionary Force (AEF) provide a window for Britten to explore the place of Indians in early twentieth-century American society.
An able and resourceful field commander, despite Funston's unusual early career and comparatively late start; had it not been for his untimely death at the age of fifty-one, Funston would probably have been assigned to command the American Expeditionary Force in France after the U.S.
Better that he bloody the American expeditionary force before his inevitable defeat than negotiate his way out of Kuwait and into a bargain.
The "Hello Girls" (telephone switchboard operators in World War I) helped make sure the American expeditionary force was able to communicate, just in a nutshell.
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