OAFB

(redirected from Otis Air Force Base)
AcronymDefinition
OAFBOntario Association of Food Banks (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
OAFBOffutt Air Force Base (Nebraska)
OAFBOnce and Future Blues (website)
OAFBOtis Air Force Base (Massachusetts)
OAFBOsan Air Force Base (Korea)
Copyright 1988-2018 AcronymFinder.com, All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
My husband was in the Air Force and at that point was stationed at Otis Air Force Base on Cape Cod.
With his unit, Parr moved from Roswell to Otis Air Force Base, Massachusetts in November, 1948, and in early 1950, he transferred to Langley Air Force Base, Virginia, where he learned how to fly the new jet F-86.
F-15 fighters at Otis Air Force Base on Cape Cod remain on standby for emergencies, but 1,500 civilian employees who work at Hanscom Air Force Base in Bedford have been furloughed for the duration of the shutdown.
Part of the "Images of America" series, Camp Edwards and Otis Air Force Base is a stunning collection of vintage black-and-white photographs portraying Massachusetts' Camp Edwards and Otis Air National Guard Base, used to train the National Guard.
Parts of the aquifer have been contaminated by fuel spills and other past practices at the reservation's Otis Air Force Base, which is being cleaned up under the Superfund program.
The White House told the Vineyard Gazette that he and his family would fly to Otis air force base, on nearby Cape Cod, on Sunday aboard Air Force One and transfer to Vineyard by helicopter.
Carroll collages this memory with the thinking of the F-16 pilots scrambled on 9/11 who, flying from Otis Air Force Base to Manhattan, immediately thought in redundant Cold War terms about a 'Russian attack.' This is unsurprising: it is a core component of Carroll's analysis that Hiroshima and Nagasaki redefined and transformed America and shortly created a nuclearised bi-polar world which America sought to smash and eventually dominate.
3.50pm: Two F-15 fighters from Otis Air Force Base on Cape Cod accompany the plane to Logan.
Two F-15 jets were scrambled to intercept the Boeing 767, but they were barely away from Otis Air Force Base before word came of the crash.
It was reported two F-15 jets were scrambled to intercept the Boeing 767, but they were barely off the runway at Otis Air Force Base before word came in of the crash.
The second station, located at Otis Air Force Base, approximately 28 miles from SEMASS, ships out an average of 1,300 tons/week during the summer and 500 tons/week the rest of the year.