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ACFTAircraft
ACFTArmy Cadet Fitness Test (Canada)
ACFTAdvanced Computer Forensics Techniques
ACFTAntarctic Confederation of Federal Territories (fictional country related to stamp collecting)
ACFTAbelian Class Field Theory (mathematics)
ACFTAdvanced Combat Fitness Test (British Army)
ACFTAviation Procurement, Army
ACFTArun Children & Families Trust (UK)
ACFTAir Cadet Fitness Test (Canada)
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