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AFNAfghanistan
AFNAssembly of First Nations
AFNAssociation for Nutrition (regulator; UK)
AFNAlaska Federation of Natives
AFNAmerican Forces Network
AFNAustralian Fishing Network (publisher)
AFNAfrique Française du Nord (French: French North Africa)
AFNAncestral File Number (FamilySearch genealogy records)
AFNArmed Forces Network
AFNAboriginal First Nations (Canada)
AFNAlesco Financial Inc (stock symbol)
AFNAfghan Afghani (new ISO currency code)
AFNAlliance for Nature (Austria)
AFNAdditional Funds Needed
AFNAll For Now (used at end of email)
AFNAssociation Française de Nutrition (French: French Association of Nutrition)
AFNAmerica's Fiber Network (LLC)
AFNAlternative Fuel News (publication; US Department of Energy)
AFNAmerican Forensic Nurses
AFNAdvanced Fiber Network
AFNATS Facilities Notification
AFNAdoption Family Network
AFNAll For Naught
AFNAggregate Function Network
AFNAsociación Futuro de los Niños (Association for the Future of Children, Guatemala)
AFNAcronym For Nothing
AFNAddress Complete Message Subscriber Free, No Charge (ANSI)
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What was it about a young reporter in Berlin, working first with the American Forces Network and then as a freelancer for American and British news organizations, that would warrant action under an executive order?
She has served as guest faculty at the Poynter Institute for Media Studies and formerly produced and anchored newscasts at NPR, Mutual Radio Networks, Voice of America, American Forces Radio Networks, Okinawa and American Forces Network Taiwan.
Granted such promises, the BBC signed away its monopoly and the American Forces Network went on the air on Independence Day, 1943.
The American Forces Network, which is a TV channel specifically for troops outside the U.S.
She caught the radio bug after working for the American Forces Network while serving in the United States Navy.
The concerts are featured on the American Forces Network and the Great American Country Channel.
Mom and dad, like their friends and relatives, had been grabbed by jazz from the late 1940s by listening to the American Forces Network on the wireless and by seeing some of the great American musicians at the Hippodrome or the Town Hall.
Nowadays, the worldwide services from AFRTS are known as AFN, the American Forces Network.
Two months after Littleton I can sit here in Sarajevo and watch the American Forces Network, and they lead with the fact that some of the students have gone back into the school.
The main service, branded the American Forces Network (AFN), looks and feels like a network late.
My first encounter with the KGB took place in the late 1950s when I was a 29-year-old journalist in West Berlin, a civilian employee working as a radio correspondent for the Army's American Forces Network.
It will also be shown to over one million American servicemen and women abroad on the American Forces Network.
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