FAL

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FALFRAME (Fund for the Replacement of Animals in Medical Experiments) Alternatives Laboratory
FALBundesforschungsanstalt für Landwirtschaft (federal research institute for agriculture, Braunschweig, Germany)
FALFerrovie Appulo Lucane (Italian railway company)
FALFrance Amérique Latine (French: France Latin America; association)
FALFoothill Athletic League (San Francisco, CA)
FALFusil Automatique Leger (Fabrique Nationale Light Automatic Rifle)
FALFédération des Associations Laïques (French: Secular Association Federation)
FALFédération des Amicales Laïques (French: Lay Fellowship Federation)
FALFinal Assembly Line
FALFunctional Adult Literacy (various locations)
FALConvention on Facilitation of International Maritime Traffic (Maritime Law)
FALFaliscan (linguistics)
FALFirst Approach and Landing (US NASA)
FALFailure Analysis Laboratory (various organizations)
FALFunds At Lloyd's (insurance)
FALFrame Alignment Loss
FALFrequency Allocation List
FALFuji Air Line (Japan)
FALFault Applicability List (Navy PPP based curriculum development)
FALFall About Laughing
FALFilter, Air, Carbon/Charcoal
FALForces Armées de Laos (Lao Armed Forces)
FALFeature-Assisted Lithography
FALFunctional Area Lead
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The Fusil Automatique Leger by Fabrique Nationale Herstal is a famed self-loading battle rifle made in over 90 countries in vast numbers and variations.
The Fusil Automatique Leger (or FAL) was developed by Belgium forces for NATO use but was soon adopted by police forces around the globe, and remains in production to this day.
Two were unarmed, and the third carried a Belgian-made FAL (Fusil Automatique Leger) automatic rifle from the 1950s.
Le tireur, revetu d'un treillis, s'est ensuite rendu au centre-ville avec, dans son sac, un fusil automatique leger, un revolver et des grenades.
Widely known as the FN FAL, SLR, LIA1 and other descriptive acronyms, Fabrique Natioinale's "Fusil Automatique Leger" has been the world's single most successful 7.62 NATO rifle platform.
Included are the AK-47 assault rifle and RPK light machine gun, both developed by the Soviet Union, plus the Fusil Automatique Leger (light automatic rifle), manufactured by Fabrique National, of Belgium.