VA

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AcronymDefinition
VAVirginia (US postal abbreviation)
VADepartment of Veterans Affairs (US)
VAVolt-Ampere
VAVirtual Assistant
VAVarese (Lombardia, Italy)
VAVeterans Affairs
VAVirtual Airlines
VAVisual Arts
VAValue Analysis
VAVatican City State (top level domain)
VAValue Added
VAVarious Artists
VAViola
VAVivaldi
VAVoir Aussi (French: See Also)
VAVeterans Administration (now Department of Veterans Affairs)
VAVirtual Address
VAVanadium
VAVoice Actor
VAVanaf (Dutch: From, used in pricing)
VAVoice Activated
VAVice Admiral
VAVariable Annuity
VAVulnerability Assessment
VAVibration Analysis
VAVoluntary Aided (UK school status)
VAVisual Acuity
VAVolcanic Ash (METAR obscuration)
VAVinyl Acetate
VAViterbi Algorithm
VAVisiting Associate (various schools)
VAVickers-Armstrong (British gun manufacturer)
VAVisual Aid
VAVolare Airlines (Italy)
VAVibro-Acoustic (software)
VAValidation Authority (digital certificates)
VAValuation Allowance
VAView Askew (gaming, Counter Strike)
VAAmbulance Plane (US Navy)
VAVaginal Atrophy
VAValor Award (Australian police award)
VAVariable Account
VAVirtual Analog
VAVotre Altesse (French: Your Highness)
VAVertical Angle
VAVertex Array (game programming)
VAVital Area
VAVeterans Agency (UK government)
VAAircraft speed
VAViscosity Agent (concrete)
VAVideo Amplifier
VAVulnerable Area
VAVicar Apostolic
VAVentriculoatrial
VAVehicle Analysis
VAVelocity Analysis
VAVillous Adenoma
VAViral Arthritis
VAVascular Aging
VAVentricular Atrial
VAVolume Absorber (physics)
VAVariational Approximation
VAVérification d'Aptitude (Informatique)
VAVerbal Area (audio/video chat software)
VAVisionAIR, Inc (Atlanta, GA public safety software manufacturer)
VAVerkaufsagent (German: Selling Agent; eBay)
VAVisual Accounting
VAVacation Absence
VAVisual Training Aid Specialist (US Navy)
VAVietnamese Airlines
VAVertical Accelerator
VAVulnerability Analyzer (information security)
VAVices Agens (Latin: Acting in Place Of, epigraphy)
VAVictoria and Albert Order (British)
VAMaximum-Design Maneuvering Velocity
VAVentanas Alemanas (Guatemala)
VAVariant Armour (gaming)
VAVermont American, Inc.
VAVixit Annos (Latin: He Lived (insert number) Years, epigraphy)
VAFixed Wing, Heavier Than Air Aircraft, Attack (US Navy)
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Another image, this time from Liz Turn to Page 24 From Page 23 Jackson, shows South View Terrace, in Paradise Village - a typical Tyneside street from the time, overlooking the Vickers-Armstrong factory Riverside Voices is produced by St James' Heritage and Environment Group, an organisation based in the West End of Newcastle.
Another image, this time from Liz Jackson, shows South View Terrace, in Paradise Village - a typical Tyneside street from the time, overlooking the Vickers-Armstrong factory Riverside Voices is produced by St James' Heritage and Environment Group, an organisation based in the West End of Newcastle.
The Valentine tank was developed by Vickers-Armstrong in the late 1930s and entered production in July 1939, the contract being shared between Metropolitan-Cammell Carriage and Wagon Company, who built them at their Wednesbury works, and the Birmingham Railway Carriage and Wagon Company in Smethwick.
The British government, which was paying for all this, contracted with the Vickers-Armstrong engineering company to build heavy crawlers for use in Tanganyika.
The move saw experienced managers, staff and workers from Supermarine sent in and control of the factory handed to Vickers-Armstrong.
The VC10 was a British aircraft originally built by Vickers-Armstrong and then later by the British Aircraft Corporation and entered service with Royal Air Force in 1966.
The use of the geodetic structures in aircraft construction was pioneered by Barnes Wallis, of Vickers-Armstrong, who developed it from the structure of his successful R100 airship (which was only abandoned as a result of the R101 disaster).
The PA474 was built by Vickers-Armstrong Ltd in 1945, for the British Tiger Force for strategic bombing in the Far East.
Finally, a storm tore the 110- ton Vickers-Armstrong VA-3 craft, which was operated by British United Airways, from its moorings in Rhyl and smashed it against the sea wall.
The first Spitfire was built by Vickers-Armstrong in 1938.
The TR MK IX, with the serial number SM250 was built by the Vickers-Armstrong Company in 1944, and was then sold in 1948 to the South African Air Force.