FLW

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AcronymDefinition
FLWFrank Lloyd Wright
FLWFort Leonard Wood (US Army)
FLWFuel, Light and Water
FLWForrest L Wood (fishing tournament)
FLWFresh Lake Water
FLWFamous Last Words
FLWFloor Load Width (building term)
FLWFour Letter Word
FLWFinal Weight
FLWFamily Learning Week
FLWFort Lewis, Washington (US Army)
FLWFonds du Logement Wallon (French)
FLWWinter Flounder
FLWFlores, Azores, Portugal (airport code)
FLWFigure League Wrestling (Somerville, MA)
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In 1999, the subordinate command moved from Fitzsimons to Fort Lewis, Washington, and in 2009 was redesignated the Army Public Health Command Region-West.
Covert, 585th Engineer Company, 864th Engineer Battalion, Fort Lewis, Washington, U.S.
497th Transportation Company, 57th Transportation Battalion, 593d Sustainment Brigade, 1st Corps, Fort Lewis, Washington.
OFIG located and coordinated with 600 participants at Fort Hood and Fort Bliss, Texas, and Fort Lewis, Washington, to conduct the user evaluations, beginning in November.
Army, arrived in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba from his permanent base at Fort Lewis, Washington in the cool environs of the Pacific Northwest.
It is hard to believe that barely three months after answering the call, the first contingent would depart from Fort Lewis, Washington in November on a troop ship, the USS Private Joe P.
In 2002, the joint venture of Equity Residential and Lincoln Property--which manages about 300,000 homes across the country--began managing housing at Fort Lewis, Washington, the Army's West Coast headquarters.
plan to move the headquarters of the Army's 1st Corps in Fort Lewis, Washington, to Camp Zama in Japan's Kanagawa Prefecture.
'This is a case about betrayal - betrayal of our country, betrayal of our Army, betrayal of his fellow soldiers,' Major Melvin Jenks said in his opening statement in Fort Lewis, Washington.
W911S8-03-R-0001, issued by the Department of the Army for full food services at Fort Lewis, Washington.
"We serve military installations like Fort Hood, Texas, and Fort Lewis, Washington," said Keigley.
"I shot one guy in the head, and his head exploded", says Sergeant Randy Davis, one of about 40 snipers in the US Army's new 3,600-soldier Stryker Brigade, from Fort Lewis, Washington. "Usually, though, you just see a dust cloud pop up off their clothes, and see a little blood splatter come out the front".
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