VFP

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VFPVisual FoxPro (Microsoft development environment)
VFPVector Floating Point
VFPVisual Fox Pro
VFPVirtual Function Pointer
VFPVideo Fine Processor (DVD players)
VFPLight Photographic Squadron (US Navy aviation unit designation used from 1956 to 1987)
VFPPhotographic Reconnaissance Squadron (US Navy aviation unit designation used from 1956 to 1987)
VFPVenous Foot Pump (podiatry)
VFPVocal Fold Paresis
VFPVirtual File Platform (Hitachi)
VFPVote for Pedro (game)
VFPVoluntary Filing Program (US SEC)
VFPVeterans for Peace, Inc.
VFPVending Facility Program (blind support program; est. 1936)
VFPVisiting Faculty Position
VFPVertical Forms Printing
VFPLight Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron (US Navy aviation unit designation used from 1956 to 1987)
VFPPhotographic Reconnaissance Squadron (Light) (US Navy aviation unit designation used from 1956 to 1987)
VFPVariance Frequency Processor
VFPVery Fast People (Italy)
VFPPhotographic Squadron, Light
VFPVlaamse Federatie voor Planologie (Dutch: Flemish Federation for Planning; Belgium)
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A day earlier, Light Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron (VFP) 306, one of the two remaining U.S.
Sergeant Eugene Neubauer of the army's 28th Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron surprised his family in Portland, Oregon, with a Christmas Eve arrival.
He served in WWII in the Army Air Corps, 1rst Air Commando Unit, in the China-Burma-India Theatre, assigned to the Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron.
(63.) 1st Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron (VH).
Following closely in the scoring were William Cahill's "Imaging the Empire: The 3rd Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron in World War II." Also strong in the judges' view, and very close in the scoring, tied in the scoring actually, was "The Other Atomic Bomb Commander: Col.
"Imaging the Empire," recounts how the newly established 3d Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron, equipped with new F-13 aircraft, carried out its missions during World War II.
The success of this aerial onslaught belonged in no small part to the efforts of one overworked and under-appreciated unit--the 3d Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron (3d PRS).
After assuming command of the 14th Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron in 1944, he was shot down over an oil refinery in Germany and taken prisoner.
These units became known Photographic Reconnaissance squadrons and groups but, as the requirements of both tactical and strategic reconnaissance began to merge, so too did the aircraft types and units assigned to conduct it.
Caption: In the groove: shot by the forward-firing KA-45 camera of an RF-80 of Photographic Reconnaissance Squadrons Light (VFP) 306 during carrier qualifications aboard USS America.
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