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NFNuclear Factor
NFNewfoundland
NFNorfolk Island
NFNiagara Falls (NY/Canada border)
NFNational Forest
NFNoise Figure
NFNetflix (also seen as NFLX)
NFNursing Facility
NFNon-Fiction
NFNavy Field (video game)
NFNational Front (GB political party)
NFNot Finished
NFNo Fear (clothing brand)
NFNear Fine (condition of used merchandise)
NFNeurofibromatosis
NFNo Fap (gaming community)
NFNut Free (food)
NFNo Fault (insurance)
NFNational Formulary
NFNot Fair
NFNew Frontier (Star Trek novel series)
NFNanofiltration
NFNormal Form
NFNew Front (Suriname)
NFNutrition Facts
NFNew Face
NFNear-Field
NFNuclear Fuel
NFNear Field
NFNecrotizing Fasciitis
NFNight Fighter (Aircraft)
NFNot Funny
NFNo Force (Star Wars)
NFNeurofibromatosis, Inc.
NFNeurofibromin
NFNear Face (screw thread)
NFNoise Factor
NFNanofarad
NFNetFinity (IBM server model)
NFNoise Filter
NFNatural Frequency
NFNorme Française (French Standard)
NFNotch Filter
NFNational Forum
NFNuestra Familia (Our Family, prison gang)
NFNeurofibromatosis Foundation (various locations)
NFNet Force (Tom Clancy novel series)
NFNational Fine (threading)
NFNanofiber
NFNumber of Failures
NFNear-Far (resistance)
NFNon-Factor
NFNOFORN
NFNaegleria Fowleri (amoeba)
NFNo Food
NFNeutral File
NFNeutron Flux
NFNational Fine (screw thread, Society of Automotive Engineers)
NFNo Funds
NFNorthumberland Fusiliers (British Army)
NFNormalizing Factor
NFNose Fuse (US Navy)
NFNormal Functionality
NFNarrow Frontend (tractor category)
NFNatural Fluorescence
NFNiteFinder (Nerf gun; Hasbro)
NFNasty Factor (baseball)
NFNose Fairing
NFNew Frontiers Program
NFNo Figure
NFNuclear Furnace
NFNowa Fantastyka (Polish)
NFNight Foreman
NFNordlands Framtid
NFNintendo Forum
NFNested Factorization (mathematics)
NFAir Vanuatu Limited (IATA airline code)
NFNegative Furnished
NFNordfinans
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Impressively informed and informative, and featuring six pages of Notes, an eighteen page Appendix, and a one page Bibliography, "Three in Thirteen: The Story of a Mosquito Night Fighter Ace" is an extraordinary and highly recommended addition to both community and academic library World War II Military History collections.
The top-scoring night fighter ace with 29 victories also became the most decorated Commonwealth fighter pilot in WWII.
Between the first and second world wars, the LIS military had made slow but steady progress in the areas of bombing, land-based fighters, and naval carrier aviation, bur not night fighters. As the United States entered World War II, it had to build a night fighter program nearly from scratch.
The Camel was a different kind of aircraft that hosted a ground strafer, a night fighter and more, but it was dwarfed in the advancement of other aircraft.
Melissa John outbid other collectors and overseas museums to get RAF night fighter ace John Cunningham's medals in memory of her late brother Christopher.
how RAF Valley grew How Aussies downed Jerry over N.Wales THE Royal Australian Air Force had a night fighter unit stationed at RAF Valley in 1941, the year the airbase first opened.
Later in Belgium he saved the lives of two women from a German night fighter plane strafing everything in its sights.
Suddenly, it's no longer 2010--it's 1945, and it's as if you are sitting next to Rowan when his Lancaster bomber is hit by an enemy night fighter.
But shortly after releasing its load it was shot down by a German ME 110 night fighter at 7.45pm.
After schooling both in Natal and the UK, he joined the Royal Air Force as a navigator in night fighter Mosquitoes.
But German night fighter Vicktor Bauer brought the plane down near Bentelo, three miles west from Hengelo in Holland, at 12.08am on August 28, 1942.
Accordingly, arrangements were made whereby a fighter controller (Jagdleit Offizier, or Jlo), based on the relative positions of the enemy aircraft and the night fighter on a plotting table, could transmit radio commands to the pilot, thereby guiding him to the enemy aircraft.