FEAFFar East Air Forces
FEAFFederal Enterprise Architecture Framework
FEAFFederación Española de Agrupaciones de Folclore (Spanish: Spanish Federation of Associations of Folklore)
FEAFFree Enterprise Action Fund
FEAFFederación Española Asociaciones Fundidores (Spanish: Spanish Foundry Federation Associations)
FEAFFree Erusea Air Force (gaming, Ace Combat 4)
FEAFFair Economy Action Fund (Boston, MA)
FEAFFirst European Asian Finance Bank
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Given that its focus was on the defense of Japan from a possible Soviet attack and not fighting an army offensive in Korea, FEAF had only 22 B-26s, 12 B-29s, 70 F-80s, and 15 F-82s available for missions in Korea.
Based on inputs from representatives from Fifth and Thirteenth Air Forces as well as RAAF Command, FEAF staff developed a "Radar Countermeasures Policy and Requirements" letter that was issued on April 19, 1945.
Eight hours after the news about Pearl Harbor was received, FEAF planes had no orders to attack the enemy.
(35) These forays deep behind enemy lines gave FEAF unprecedented understanding of the enemy situation and contributed significantly to Fifth Air Force's air-planning effort.
Entre estos frameworks se destacan: Zachman, TOGAF 8.0 (The Open Group Architecture Framework), E2AF (Extended Enterprise Architecture Framework), FEAF (Federal Enterprise Architecture Framework, US) y DoDAF (United States Department of Defense Architectural Framework).
One reason MacArthur was so willing to accept unachievable FEAF promises in November 1950 was because he had gotten so used to Kenney's creative competence in World War II.
Buddo (314) 487-8128 6924th Scty Sqdn (USAFSS): Mike (Gil) Gilkerson (618) 566-7887; mikegilkerson@charter.net 6th Photo Tech/548th Recon Tech Sadns (FEAF, Yokota AFB, Japan 1945-54): Guy Dillie (412) 366-2094 8th AF (Pa.
I wore an FEAF shoulder patch (Far East Air Force), but didn't keep it.
Crane also rightly recognizes the effective leadership and operational genius of the Far East Air Forces (FEAF) planner, Brigadier General Jacob Smart, who was able to produce a coherent interdiction strategy which he skillfully "sold" to the Army.