BASH

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AcronymDefinition
BASHBourne Again Shell (Unix/Linux)
BASHBourne Again Shell
BASHBird/wildlife Aircraft Strike Hazard (military/aviation)
BASHBridged Amplifier Switching Hybrid
BASHBandwidth Sharing
BASHBay Area Siberian Husky Club
BASHBlue Ash YMCA (Cincinnati, Ohio)
BASHBulimia Anorexia Self-Help, Inc.
BASHBikers Against Statewide Hunger (Washington)
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SSgt Washington performed over 45 Bird/Wildlife Aircraft Strike Hazard checks, dispersed migratory birds on a daily basis, and harassed several jackals/coyotes.
They also performed 180+ Bird/Wildlife Aircraft Strike Hazard checks and dispersed numerous migratory birds/wildlife on a daily basis.
He led a regionally based effort to reduce bird strikes off base by coordinating Bird/Wildlife Aircraft Strike Hazard working groups with civilian authorities.
As the Flight Safety NCO, I'm in charge of the Bird/wildlife Aircraft Strike Hazard (BASH) program here, and I'd like to share what I've learned during my last 4 months.