B2B

(redirected from Back to Base)
AcronymDefinition
B2BBusiness to Business
B2BBusiness 2 Business
B2BBack to Basics
B2BBack to Back
B2BBay to Breakers (annual footrace; San Francisco, CA)
B2BBack to Business
B2BBus to Bus
B2BBuffer to Buffer
B2BBack to Base
B2BBorder to Border
B2BBack to Banking
B2BBrother 2 Brother (greek gaming clan)
B2BBridges to Babylon (Rolling Stones album)
B2BBottle to Bottle (plastics recycling)
B2BBottom 2 Box (marketing metric)
B2BBack to Bankruptcies
B2B'Bout to Bounce (chat)
B2BBaptist 2 Baptist (Southern Baptist Convention)
B2BBack-2-Bangalore
B2BBoundary-Corrected Second Born (for scattering)
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In an earlier military communiquA', an Army Command spokesperson stated that 3 enemy spy drones overflew most of the country in the usual u-turn before heading back to base within the 1948 occupied zone.
"The flying really was spectacular but because of the weather, they (the RAF) couldn't come back to winch off our two volunteers who have to make their own way back to base.
1944: Guy Gibson, British pilot and Victoria Cross winner for his "Dambusters" action against the Mohne and Eder dams, was killed when his aircraft crashed in Holland on its way back to base.
The Nimrod crew were on an operational flight from Cornwall and were on their way back to base when they tried to release a sonar buoy into the sea at 8,000ft, but when a metal plate failed to open fully, the resourceful crew didn't panic - instead they used a teapot to cover the hole.
The attack came as peacekeepers headed back to base near the Cite Soleil neighborhood, where well-armed gangs blamed for kidnappings are based, U.N.
1944: Guy Gibson, British pilot and Victoria Cross winner for his Dambusters action against the Mohne and Eder dams, was killed when his aircraft crashed in Holland on its way back to base.
"Getting back to base camp was one of the best feelings of my life.
"The next couple of days saw us descending back to base camp through fresh snow with high risk of avalanche.
They became battle tested in Iraq in Gulf War 1, where by all accounts they performed brilliantly, and sustained horrifying amounts of damage from the ground (that would've destroyed anything else in the inventory) and still made it back to base. This aircraft is hardly as sexy as an F-22--but the guys on the ground know that beauty is only skin deep.
And they're recyclable (e.g., back to base chemicals or reground for use as molding compound or as a filler for one).
Three weeks later he shot down a Zeke, and while making his way back to base destroyed an enemy barge with 25 to 30 Japanese aboard.