VAFB

AcronymDefinition
VAFBVandenberg Air Force Base (California)
VAFBVirginia Farm Bureau
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The ratings will remain under review pending the close of the transaction, which carries some execution risk, and AM Best's complete analysis of VAFB, the company and the specific level of support that VAFB intends to provide the company in the long term.
For the VAFB installation, this is going to be a really good system because it allows them to both mechanically join fittings and fuse fittings onto the pipeline.
His previous position was at Vandenberg Air Force Base (VAFB) as the project director for the VAFB telescope.
VAFB has thus turned to GIS technology to provide the tools necessary for planning and management activities.
The powered flight sequence for the OCO mission will take approximately 13 minutes, from the time the Taurus rocket lifts off from the 576-E launch pad at VAFB to the time that the satellite is deployed into orbit.
The spacecraft is due to arrive at VAFB on Tuesday, November 11 for integration and full system testing with Orbital's Taurus([R]) rocket that will launch the OCO satellite into low-Earth orbit (LEO) in early 2009.
All were launched from VAFB into near-polar orbits allowing them to image the entire Earth, one slice at a time, as it rotated below.
The Spaceport Systems International launch pad at VAFB will be the launch site for all three Minotaur IV missions planned in 2009.
The satellite arrived at VAFB on Monday, July 28 to begin the integration process with the Pegasus launch vehicle that will launch it into orbit, which is currently scheduled to take place in early October.
The Company will provide facilities and payload processing services from its VAFB location in support of NASA's Widefield Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE) Mission scheduled to launch in late 2009.
The Company is providing facilities and payload processing services, from its VAFB location, in support of NASA's Ocean Surface Topography Mission/Jason-2, Interstellar Boundary Explorer (IBEX) spacecraft, and the Orbiting Carbon Observatory mission, all scheduled for launch in 2008.