OCF

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AcronymDefinition
OCFOral Cancer Foundation
OCFOperating Cash Flow
OCFOrthodox Christian Fellowship (Standing Conference of Canonical Orthodox Bishops in the Americas)
OCFOverwhelming Colorfast (band)
OCFOsteopathy in the Cranial Field
OCFOpenCard Framework
OCFOpen Container Format (computer format)
OCFOld Car Festival (various locations)
OCFOff Center Fed (radio antenna)
OCFObject Craft File
OCFOpen Container Format
OCFon Chip Flash
OCFObject Components Framework
OCFOpen Card Framework
OCFOnboard Computational Facility
OCFOperations Control Facility
OCFOfficers' Christian Fellowship
OCFObsessive-Compulsive Foundation
OCFOff Camera Flash
OCFOpen Computing Facility
OCFOur Children First (Bronz, NY)
OCFOpen Cluster Framework (computer clustering standards)
OCFOther Customer Funds
OCFOpen Channel Foundation (software)
OCFOntario Common Front (Canada)
OCFOpel Club Finland
OCFOpen Catalog Format
OCFOldest Cell First
OCFOut-of-Control Flight (aviation)
OCFOperational Control Field
OCFOperational Check Flight
OCFOperator Configuration File
OCFOnline Camping Friends
OCFOngoing Charges and Fees (investments)
OCFOverall Correlation Factor
OCFOn-Cycle Failure
OCFObject Collaboration Framework
OCFOlds Club of Florida (automobile club)
OCFOrdnance Cloth Factory (Avadi, Chennai, India)
OCFOmanba Community Foundation (Ghana)
References in periodicals archive ?
The airplane abruptly entered out-of-control flight (OCF) by entering an uncontrolled left snap-roll.
Additionally, submit a hazard report for specific occurrences of electromagnetic interference, unintentional out-of-control flight, a bird-animal strike, a near-midair collision, a physiological episode, an embarked landing hazard, air-traffic-control hazards, and other circumstances as outlined in the OPNAV 3750.
The instructor pilot failed to command the proper out-of-control flight recovery inputs, either prematurely applying antispin controls or doing nothing due to misanalysis of his aircraft's flight condition.
The hazard of out-of-control flight (OCF) has been significantly reduced by improved software.
Training rules were covered in detail, including departures and out-of-control flight (OCF) procedures.
The Yeller" and I were scheduled to fly an OCF-1, an out-of-control flight.
Leaks in both systems could result in out-of-control flight.
With the Tomcat engines 9 feet apart, asymmetric thrust was a known contributor to out-of-control flight.