RFFSRescue & Fire Fighting Service (UK, Australia)
RFFSRadio Frequency Fragment Separator (superconducting)
RFFSRiver Flow Forecasting System (flood software)
RFFSRussian Federal Forest Service
RFFSReduced Fee for Services (dental insurance)
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Asked what the Iturri gives the fire service that previous vehicles did not, Mr MacMahon noted: "As one example of how it is easier to use, we redesigned the cab which is one of the largest on the market of RFFS appliances so that the driver sits alone front and centre, we moved the other three crew seats back to the back of the cab.
This study analyzed one of the most commonly used restaurant review sites, Yelp, to find out its relevance to violation scores, as defined by NYC DOHMH, for matching RFFs. Furthermore, as many previous studies have found differences in inspection results based on type of RFF (Frash, Almanza, & Stahura, 2003; Jin & Leslie, 2009) this study compares violation scores with Yelp ratings between quick-service versus full-service RFFs and chain versus nonchain RFFs.
For MK, the shortfalls identified and submitted using the RFF would eventually be validated and filled through joint staff sourcing directives.
An eight-step process, emergent allocation focuses on satisfying requests for forces (RFF) or capabilities (RFC) within a 120-day timeline.
"RFFs and DEPORDS authorize and direct the transfer of forces between combatant commands by reassignment or transfer," said Smith.
The enhanced facility will enable the RFFS team to maintain its already high levels of competence and aviation training with a range of additional new features.
military personnel through an official request for forces (RFF) and that the remaining requirements, such as aerial-port cargo loading and unloading, should be provided by a contractor.
Condition 2 of a Aerodrome Licence requires the holder to ensure that Rescue and Fire Fighting Services (RFFS) facilities appropriate to the type of operations are readily available at all times (CAP168).
Oxford Airport, UK, has been approved to provide rescue and fire (RFFS) services for Cat 5 aircraft for the first time.