Hume Editor's note: Air Force publications, including Airman magazine, follow Associated Press Stylebook guidelines on grammar, punctuation and usage.
What does AFP stand for?
AFP stands for Air Force Publication (USAF)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of AFP
We have 370 other meanings of AFP in our Acronym Attic
- Affordable Housing Program
- Afghan Frontier Post
- Afloat Pre-Positioning Force
- Agence France-Presse (French press agency)
- Agent of a Foreign Power (national security)
- Agriculture and Food Production (industry sector)
- Agro Food Processing (Pakistan)
- Air Force Pamphlet
- Air Force Plant
- Air Force Program
- Airspace Flow Program
- All-source Fusion Platoon
- Alliance des Forces de Progrès (Alliance of the Forces of Progress, Senegal)
- Alliance for Full Participation (developmental disabilities)
- Alliance Française de Paris (French: French Alliance in Paris; Paris, France)
- Allied Fuel Publication
- Alpha Fetoprotein (hepatitis B test)
- alt.fan.pratchett (newsgroup)
- Alternative Financing and Procurement (Ontario, Canada)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Air Force publications which will help build a body of knowledge that is needed to be a thorough warrior.
That was also the spelling used when the word first appeared in print in a 1958 US Air Force publication entitled: Interim Glossary: Aero-Space Terms by Woodford Heflin.
Various Air Force publications from time to time contain a list of famous fighter pilots along with their victories in World War II, Korea and Vietnam," Gleason wrote.
CAS Training: * Orientation/How-To Briefings by both NTC Leader Training Program and Air-Ground Operations School (AGOS) Personnel * A Planning and Execution Practical Exercise for Integrating CAS CAS and Airspace Deconfliction Tools: * Maximum Ordinate Tables * Joint, Army and Air Force Publications * Air Force Smart Cards and How-To Briefings Close Air Support (CAS) Leader Training Program (LTP).
Curtis' recognition was announced in the April edition of an Air Force publication, Flying Safety.
The Air Force publication site powered by Excalibur RetrievalWare WebExpress will allow Air Force personnel to perform keyword searches that will quickly search the site and locate the indexed electronic publication or form desired.
The author wants to spark some meaningful discussions in future editions of Air Force publications over what the role of CBM+ is for the Air Force in the long run and how best to accomplish this goal.