NWAA

AcronymDefinition
NWAANorth West Air Ambulance (Knowsley, Merseyside, England, UK)
NWAANorthwest Aerospace Alliance (UK)
NWAANational Wheelchair Athletic Association
NWAANuclear Weapons Abolition Alliance (international organization)
NWAANational Women's Athletic Association
NWAANorthwest Arkansas Aquatics (Bentonville, AR)
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A donation of [pounds sterling]9 can fuel one of NWAA's three helicopters for one minute of a mission, while a donation of [pounds sterling]25 can buy a warming blanket to maintain the body temperature of a severe trauma patient, and [pounds sterling]650 can provide a specialist stretcher to ensure that patients with neck or spinal injuries can be transported to hospital safely.
Ms Ingham joined the NWAA earlier this year and in her new role will lead the marketing of the of the body including promoting its services and programmes to members and heading up its presence at international air shows.
The NWAA s stand at Farnborough was by far the largest of any regional aerospace clusters, and Mr Wright said that the interest that was shown demonstrated the strength of the North West and East Lancashire area.
The conference is supported by the West of England Aerospace Forum (WEAF), Society of British Aerospace Companies (SBAC), the North West Aerospace Alliance (NWAA), and Farnborough Aerospace Consortium (FAC).
We had 50 confirmed RSVPs and were pleasantly surprised by the crowd of 74 people who attended," said NWAA President Mark "Doc" Lindsay.
In announcing support for the NWAA, Alan Smith, Head of Site Development at Horizon Nuclear Power, said: "Our proposals to build a new nuclear power station at Wylfa could create a range of opportunities for local businesses employing home grown talent.
A number of companies have also signed up from areas farther afield, including Staffordshire, Essex and Northumberland, to swell the NWAA's ranks to 360.
The National Wheelchair Athletic Association's (NWAA's) 31st National Wheelchair Games, hosted in 1988 by the University of Pennsylvania-Edinboro, qualified U.S.
NORTH West aerospace research has received a pounds 2m boost from its trade alliance The North West Aerospace Alliance (NWAA) organised funding from two separate projects.
The programme, delivered and designed by the North West Aerospace Alliance (NWAA), has secured pounds 3.6m from the NWDA and pounds 3.5m from the ERDF programme.
The North West Aerospace Alliance (NWAA) is following up leads with Australia, Brazil, China, India, Italy, Mexico, Canada and the US, after delegates visited the NWAA stand at the Farnborough International Air Show.