VF

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AcronymDefinition
VFVery Funny
VFVanity Fair
VFForward Voltage
VFVery Fine
VFVentricular Fibrillation
VFValley Forge (Pennsylvania)
VFVodafone (UK)
VFVirtua Fighter (Sega game)
VFField of Vision
VFViewfinder
VFVector Field
VFVisual Flight (rules)
VFVersion Française
VFVia Ferrata (Italian: Iron Road; mountain route)
VFVärmlands Folkblad (Swedish newspaper; Karlstad, Sweden)
VFNavy Fighting Squadron (US Navy aviation unit designation used from 1920s to 1960s)
VFFixed-Wing Fighter
VFVampire Freaks (online community)
VFVasculitis Foundation (est. 1986)
VFNavy Fighter Plane (US Navy)
VFVisual Field
VFVendor Financing
VFVentricular Flutter
VFVertical Feet (Skiing)
VFVoice Frequency
VFViolent Femmes (band)
VFVariance Factor (ATM)
VFVisit Florida
VFVisceral Fat
VFVryheidsfront (South Africa freedom front)
VFVideo Frequency
VFVirologic Failure
VFVirtu Financial, LLC (New York, NY)
VFVery Fair
VFVariable Fighter (Robotech/Macross)
VFVirtual Factory
VFVaccine Fund (UN)
VFVertical Flight
VFVicar Forane (religious)
VFFighting (Plane) Squadron (US Navy aviation unit designation used in from 1922 to 1948)
VFVara Federal (Federal Court, Brazil)
VFVegan Freak (online community)
VFVocal Fremitus
VFVerkehrsfunk (radio traffic service)
VFVisions Fantastic (Disneyland website)
VFVanilla Face
VFVojska Federacije (Serbian: Federation Army)
VFVoltage Flicker
VFVerification Fixture
VFVaporizer Feed
VFDesign-Flap Velocity (velocity with flaps)
VFMaintain Visual Flight
VFVigilance Factor
VFVariable-to-Fixed Length Coding
VFVirtual Factor
References in periodicals archive ?
Overall, the Air Force and Navy have in use or are acquiring some 12 different RWRs for fixed-wing fighter and attack aircraft.
The Izumo does not have a catapult necessary to launch fixed-wing fighters, but a planned vertical-take-off-and-landing (VTOL) variant of the F-35 could fly from the Izumo's flight deck.
The Navy, meanwhile, intends to keep track of the additional costs associated with the deployments of fixed-wing fighters, said Vice Adm.