Cascade, in 2010, had been awarded the contract for in-service support contract for the Royal Canadian Air Force s new C-130J Hercules.
What does CAF stand for?
CAF stands for Canadian Air Force (1918-1924; precursor to Royal Canadian Air Force)
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- Military and Government
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We have 346 other meanings of CAF in our Acronym Attic
- Cafritz Building (Arlington, VA)
- Caisse d'Allocations Familiales (France)
- California Architectural Foundation
- California Autism Foundation (Richmond, CA)
- Call Attach Facility
- Cambridge Application Form (Cambridge University, UK)
- Cameroon Armed Forces
- Campaign for America's Future
- CAN (Controller Area Network) Arbitration Field
- Canadian Abilities Foundation
- Canadian Airgun Forum
- Canadian Arab Federation (Toronto, ON, Canada)
- Canadian Armed Forces
- Capacité d'Autofinancement (French: Cash Flow from Operations)
- Catalog Access Facility
- Catholic Answers Forum (religious website)
- Census of Agriculture and Fisheries
- Central Adjudication Facility
- Central African Federation (Rhodesia and Nyasaland)
- Central African Republic (ISO Country code)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Department of Defense (DoD) and the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) with government contractors.
He served in the Royal Canadian Air Force and the Canadian Armed Forces from 1951 to 1987 and was a Member of Parliament from 1994 to 1997.
In 1998, Michael Kipling, a Canadian Air Force officer, refused to take the mandatory anthrax vaccine after feeling that he had become ill from a vaccination during the Gulf War.
Born and raised in Oba, Watson was a fighter pilot in the Second World War flying 90 missions with the Royal Canadian Air Force and was shot down three times.
Following short stints in the Canadian air force and as a disc jockey, he enrolled at the Academy of Radio Arts in Toronto before receiving a scholarship to study at New York 's Neighborhood Playhouse.
A CANADIAN air force commander once selected to fly the Queen on a tour of the country yesterday pleaded guilty to murdering two women.
Summary: A Canadian air force commander who flew the Queen pleaded guilty to the murders of two women and the sexual assaults of two others.