FCAM

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AcronymDefinition
FCAMFootball Club Ally-Mauriac (French sports club)
FCAMFire Chiefs Association of Massachusetts (North Andover, MA)
FCAMFootball Club d'Athis-Mons (French football club)
FCAMFabrication et Conception en Atelier Mécanique (French: Design and Manufacturing in Mechanical Workshop)
FCAMFondo Centroaméricano de Mujeres (Central America Women's Fund)
FCAMFriends of the Chinese American Museum (Los Angeles, CA)
FCAMFlorida Community Association Management
FCAMFellow of the Central Academy of Music
FCAMFranklin County Aircraft Modelers (Maine radio control airplane enthusiasts club)
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for the provision of aerial and platform apparatus to members of the Fire Chiefs Association of Massachusetts (FCAM) through the distribution and service center, New England Fire Equipment and Apparatus (NEFEA).
Under the contract, Smeal Fire Apparatus will be delivering the Fire Chiefs Association of Massachusetts custom built aerials, platforms, pumpers and tractor drawn aerial apparatus to choose from.
He is former president of the Fire Chiefs Association of Massachusetts.
So are the Fire Chiefs Association of Massachusetts, the Massachusetts Hospital Association and the Massachusetts Municipal Association.
Zbikowski, who is president of the Fire Chiefs Association of Massachusetts, described the proposed bill to legalize fireworks - announced Wednesday by state Rep.
The Fire Chiefs Association of Massachusetts, which opposes the measure, said legalizing fireworks could increase injuries and strain fire departments' resources.
As Worcester fire chief and the recently appointed president of the Fire Chiefs Association of Massachusetts, I am asking for public support for a very important bill that the association is seeking to have passed.
He was also a member of the Massachusetts Fire Fighters Association, the Fire Chiefs Association of Massachusetts, the Midstate Mutual Association, and the Friendship Club in Westminster; he was also a past member of the Westminster Historical Society.