USAPA

AcronymDefinition
USAPAUS Airline Pilots Association (Charlotte, NC)
USAPAUnited States Army Publishing Agency
USAPAUnited States of America Pickleball Association
USAPAUnited States of America Patriot Act
USAPAUSA Program Administrators, Inc.
USAPAUnited States Airborne Pathfinder's Association
USAPAUnited States Agricultural Producers Alliance
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Regardless of how the name came to be, a corporation was formed in 1972 to protect the creation of the new sport, and in 1984, the USAPA was established and published an official rulebook.
The new FAA Flight and Duty Time rule has been designed to address pilot crew rest but USAPA said it thought some areas of the rule were in conflict with the goal of improving passenger safety.
Furthermore, the USAPA authorizes the Treasury Department to impose a new set of anti-money-laundering responsibilities on financial institutions, known as customer identification requirements.
The USAPA defines "domestic terrorism" as "acts dangerous to human life that are a violation of the criminal laws" if they "appear to be intended...to influence the policy of a government by intimidation or coercion." "The definition of domestic terror is so broad that it threatens civil disobedience and chills the right to political protest," said Nancy Chang of the Center for Constitutional Rights.
(You can find places to play in all 50 states at usapa.org/places-to-play-pickleball.)
For more information regarding rules and scoring, log on to the USAPA website at www.usapa.org.
The US Airline Pilots Association (USAPA), a union representing the pilots of US Airways, on Monday said it supported the efforts of US professional air traffic controllers, represented by the National Air Traffic Controllers Association (NATCA) to implement a fatigue mitigation policy.
AR 750-1 is available on the USAPA website: http://www.army.mil/usapa/epubs/pdf/r750_1.pdf
Bush, himself the son of a wartime president, signed the lugubriously-named USA PATRIOT Act (USAPA) into law.