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DFRDépartement de Formation et de Recherche (French: Department of Training and Research; various locations)
DFRDirection de la Formation et de la Recherche (French: Directorate of Training and Research)
DFRDryden Flight Research (US NASA)
DFRDecaf French Roast (coffee)
DFRDallas Fire Rescue (Texas)
DFRDialysate Flow Rate (nephrology)
DFRDean Forest Railway (heritage railway; UK)
DFRDraft Final Report
DFRDropped Frame Rate
DFRDivision of Forest Resources
DFRDistal Femoral Replacement (surgery)
DFRDesign For Reliability
DFRDual Fluid Reactor (nuclear power)
DFRDuty of Fair Representation
DFRDetailed Functional Requirement (US DoD/Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service software development)
DFRDounreay Fast Reactor (fast breeder nuclear reactor)
DFRDigital Fault Recorder
DFRDouglas Fir Resort and Chalets (Canada)
DFRDetailed Feasibility Report
DFRDanmarks Forskningspolitiske Råd (Danish: Danish Council for Research Policy)
DFRDry Film Resist
DFRDecreasing Failure Rate
DFRDrilling Factual Report
DFRDigital Family Reunion
DFRDefence Force Recruiting
DFRDropped From Rolls
DFRDoctor's First Report (workman's compensation)
DFRDark Force Rising
DFRDivine Forces Radio
DFRDefense Fuel Region (US DoD)
DFRDialysis Facility Report
DFRDesign For Reuse
DFRDartmouth Formula Racing (Thayer School of Engineering, Dartmouth College)
DFRDiary Feedback Report (USMC)
DFRDirect Fingerprint Reader
DFRDelta Force Revolution (first person shooter gaming squad)
DFRDave Freitas Racing
DFRDirectorate of Fisheries Research (UK; now Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science)
DFRDouble Frequency Recording
DFRDecision Feedback Receiver
DFRDemonstration Fast Reactor (energy industry)
DFRDefensive Fumble Recovery (football)
DFRDaily Field Report
DFRDigital Flight Recorder
DFRDurst Fetner Residential (New York, NY)
DFRDisk File Read
DFRDirection Finding Receiver
DFRDamaged Fuel Relocation
DFRDoseur Fixation Ronde (French: Round Feeder Attachment)
DFRDivision of Financial Regulation
DFRDetail Fatigue Rating
DFRDepartment of Fisheries Research (UK)
DFRDistributed Flow Routing
DFRDirect Funding Report
DFRDynamic Faulty Recovery
DFRDragonfly Ripple (band)
DFRDivision of Financial Responsibility
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This 1960 NASA file image shows pilot Neil Armstrong seen next to the X-15 ship after a research flight at the Dryden Flight Research Center in California.
A B-52H is currently used for launching other research vehicles by NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center in California.
Frederick Johnsen served for many years in the public relations, historian, and museum director roles at both the Air Force Flight Test and Dryden Flight Research Centers.
People searching couldn't do it through Google or another search engine; they had to pick through the Armstrong Flight Research Center's website - back when it was still known as the Dryden Flight Research Center.
DRYDEN: Two giants of aerospace history were honored May 13 at a ceremony celebrating the renaming of the former NASA Dryden Flight Research Center for the late Neil A.
This year, honorees' work featured such projects as “Breast Cancer Vaccine to Reduce Recurrences,” “Active RFID - Tracking System for First Responders,” and “Ultrashort Pulse Laser Technology and Application Development.” Recipients of the 2014 FLC national awards include employees from the Dryden Flight Research Center, SPAWAR Systems Center Pacific, and Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
Deployed from NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center in Edwards, California, the Global Hawk landed at Andersen Air Force Base in Guam Thursday at approximately 5 p.m.
(NYSE: NOC), the NASA Dryden Flight Research Center, and a team of international science organizations said they have flown a Northrop Grumman-produced NASA Global Hawk unmanned aircraft system through Canadian airspace as part of a mission to collect environmental data in the Canadian Arctic.
Scientists at NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center and 4DSP LLC, a company specializing in signal-and image-processing systems, co-developed a lightweight, robust Fiber Optic Sensing System (FOSS) that greatly speeds the operational monitoring and sensing.
Details of the new projects were unveiled late last month at the NASA Dryden Flight Research Center in Southern California.