WOB

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WOBWolfsburg (Germany)
WOBWet Openbaarheid Van Bestuur
WOBWeight on Bit (oil industry)
WOBWoburn (Amtrak station code; Woburn, MA)
WOBWireless Outdoor Bridge
WOBWeb Object
WOBWaste Oil Burner
WOBWoman-Owned Business
WOBWork of Breathing
WOBWeight over Bar (weightlifting)
WOBWelcome on Board
WOBWaste of Breath
WOBWhite On Black (printing)
WOBWenger Out Brigade
WOBWorld of Beer (Florida)
WOBWife of Bath
WOBWaste Of Bandwidth (slang)
WOBWorld of Britney (website)
WOBWriting on Back (descriptive of condition of vintage postcards & other ephemera)
WOBWorld of Business
WOBWay of Being
WOBWings of Blue (Air Force Academy)
WOBWii on Beer
WOBWhole of Business
WOBWork Order Bin
WOBWorrisome Online Behavior
WOBWeight of Blend
WOBWant of Bee
WOBWings over Burlington (Vermont)
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The show opened daily with the USAFA Academy Wings of Blue parachute team bringing in the flag followed by a flight of the "Vegas Strong" F-16 that Nellis AFB painted to show support for the local community after the tragedy that struck in October.
For Anderson, who also served as a parachute instructor for the Air Force Academy's Wings of Blue, his happy place isn't flying through the blue sky like he did in the Air Force.
The 98th Flying Training Squadron operated three of the twin-engined, high-wing UV-18Bs for free-fall parachute training and to drop the Academy Parachute Team, the Wings of Blue.
She serves as a T-41 instructor pilot and an instructor for the academy's Wings of Blue parachute team.
A huge butterfly, the size of a kite, with silken wings of blue, black andwhite, fluttered in the distance.
He has a double major in political science and economics, and is a member of the Air Force Academy's Wings of Blue Parachuting Demonstration Team.
"Each year, we select cadets to join the Academy's competitive parachute team, the Wings of Blue," Nyman said.
Here, the purpose is to build upon the cadet's basic parachuting skills and find the ones capable of joining the Wings of Blue.
The Wings of Blue is split into two teams: A demonstration team and a competitive one.
Air Force Academy Cadet 1st Class Ciani Ellison, a Wings of Blue team member and AM490 Basic Parachuting Class Commander, oversees the training of hundreds of cadets and nearly 19,000 jumps a year.
Cadet 1st Class Josh LeMair, an Air Force Wings of Blue Parachute Competition Team member, nails an accuracy jump in the U.S.