Air Force Installation Contracting Agency~s 764th Specialized Contracting Squadron, Kaiserslautern, Germany, awarded the contract.
What does AFI stand for?
AFI stands for Air Force Installation
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- Military and Government
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We have 204 other meanings of AFI in our Acronym Attic
- Affinity Index (advertising)
- Affordable Fuel Injection (Elsie, MI)
- Africa Flight Information (region)
- African Indian Ocean Geographic Region
- After Flight Inspection
- Agence Française Informatique (French: French Information Agency)
- Agencia Federal de Investigacion (Mexico)
- Agencia Federal de Investigación (Spanish)
- Ah, Forget It (polite form)
- Air Filter Institute
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Kubinka air force base, 60km west of Moscow, has been known as the Air Force installation used for demonstrating advanced combat aircraft to national and foreign leaders.
The AF 354 was a card-stock product that allowed civilian retirees and their eligible dependents to enter an Air Force installation, with installation commander approval, but only for access to limited morale, welfare, and recreation facilities (access that also applies to current Air Force employees and their dependents).
This outsourcing plan will affect hundreds of cooks and food servers and Air Force installations around the country," said David Owens, president of AFGE Local 1101, which represents civilian defense employees at the Elmendorf Air Force Base in Anchorage, Alaska.
Agility DGS has also recently won contracts to manage repair parts supplies at the Tobyhanna Army Depot in Pennsylvania and bulk-fuel supplies for the US military on US Air Force installations in Guam, Japan, South Korea, Portugal, Germany and Turkey.
The Air Force installation management employees at Andersen Air Force Base Guam will transfer to Navy and become Navy employees.
A separate joint venture led by Agility DGS holds contracts to operate and maintain aviation and ground bulk-fuel storage facilities at four US Air Force installations in Asia and three in Europe.
The author makes the case that an approach is needed to free up substantial existing infrastructure assets (in excess of $200B) and unlock the potential value of Air Force installations for potential liquidation or exploitation.