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RTFReady To Fly (prebuilt R/C planes)
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RTFRequest the Floor (multi-person online chats)
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RTFReturn the Flag (gaming)
RTFRewrite the Future (education project)
RTFRevision Task Force
RTFResearch Training Fellowship (various locations)
RTFResidential Treatment Facility
RTFRigid Thermofoil (home improvement, laminate or veneer)
RTFReturn to Factory
RTFResponse to Forecast
RTFRadio Television Film
RTFReturn the Favor
RTFRealtek Fast Ethernet
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RTFRealty Transfer Fee (New Jersey)
RTFReal Time Factor (metric)
RTFReturn to Floor
RTFReady to Feed (baby formula)
RTFResponse Task Force
RTFReconstruction Task Force (various locations)
RTFReady to Fight (band)
RTFResearch and Testing Facility (Cold Climate Housing Research Center)
RTFRadiodiffusion-Télévision Française (French broadcasting company; est. 1949)
RTFRegional Task Force
RTFRestoring the Foundations (Hendersonville, NC)
RTFReady To Fire
RTFReal-Time Feedback
RTFResearch Triangle Foundation (North Carolina)
RTFRefusal to File
RTFRead The Form
RTFResistance Transfer Factor
RTFRun-Time Fault (computing)
RTFRecovery Task Force
RTFRag-Tag Fleet (sci-fi, Battlestar Galactica)
RTFRecommend to Friends
RTFRadiation Therapy Facility
RTFRadio Terminal Function
RTFRaks Thai Foundation
RTFReturns Transaction File
RTFReduce to Fit (Kinko's)
RTFRealignment Task Force
RTFRadar Terrain Following
RTFRadio Télévison Française
RTFReady Training Folder
RTFRegulatory Time Frame
RTFRelease To the Fleet
RTFRound Trip Flow (Ixia Communications)
RTFRoads & Transport Forum
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"We are finalizing the investigation into our September 1 anomaly and are working to complete the final steps necessary to safely and reliably return to flight," SpaceX said in a (http://www.spacex.com/news/2016/09/01/anomaly-updates) statement .
The Return to Flight mission had two purposes: to resupply the International Space Station (ISS), and to test new ways to examine and repair the shuttle in space.
"We've accomplished what we'd intended at this point since the return to flight, and that is truly a reflection of the teamwork between the program office and integrated test team."
One memo from Associate Deputy Administrator James Jennings, dated February 17, stated that "The successful implementation of this effort is critical to the Agency's future as we prepare to return to flight and implement the President's Vision for U.S.
Hagee, right, took the first VIP flight in a V-22 Osprey since the aircraft's return to flight in late May 2002.
The space shuttle's return to flight has been postponed from NASA's June 2 launch date, following the discovery that one of the newly designed parts of the solid rocket boosters had failed during a test-firing on Dec.