Vx

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VxVertex
VxVirus
VxVixen (Suzuki VX800 motorcycle)
VxAir Test and Evaluation Squadron (US Navy)
VxVehicross (Isuzu)
VxTest and Evaluation Squadron (US Navy)
VxAir Development Squadron (US Navy Aviation unit designation used from 1946 to 1968)
VxVelocity X (best angle of climb; aviation)
VxExperimental Squadron (US Navy Aviation unit designation used from 1927 to circa 1943)
VxVelocity along the X Axis
VxO-Ethyl S-Diisopropylaminomethyl Methylphosphonothiolate (chemical nerve agent)
VxAir Operational Development Squadron (US Navy Aviation unit designation used from 1946 to 1968)
VxTest/Air Development Squadron
VxExperimental and Development Squadron (US Navy Aviation unit designation used from 1946 to 1968)
VxOperational Development Squadron (US Navy Aviation unit designation used from 1946 to 1968)
VxVirt-X Stock Exchange
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There was first the battle of the Bernese Oberland, in which the Italian and French navigables in their flank raid upon the Franconian Park were assailed by the Swiss experimental squadron, supported as the day wore on by German airships, and then the encounter of the British Winterhouse-Dunn aeroplanes with three unfortunate Germans.
It was redesignated Experimental Squadron (VX) 1 on 15 March 1946 and moved to NAS Key West, Fla.
After leaving most of the helicopter development to the Coast Guard during WW II, the Navy established Experimental Squadron (VX) 3 on 1 July 1946 to serve as a training squadron for helicopter pilots, replacing it with Helicopter Utility Squadron (HU) 2 on 1 April 1948.
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