He had also served as Chief of Staff of the Federal Air Marshal Service for three years.
What does FAM stand for?
FAM stands for Federal Air Marshal
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- Military and Government
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We have 180 other meanings of FAM in our Acronym Attic
- Facturation pour les Auxiliaires Médicaux (French: Medical Assistant Billing)
- Faculty of Applied Mathematics (various schools)
- Failure Analysis Matrix
- Familie (German: Family)
- Family Arabian Mare (Breyer mold)
- Fan Alarm Module
- Fast Access Memory
- Fault Accountability Matrix
- Federación de Asociaciones Municipales de Bolivia (Spanish: Federation of Municipal Associations of Bolivia; Bolivia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
New York (AirGuide - Inside Air Travel) Jul 2, 2012 TSA in New York is firing eight federal air marshals The Transportation Security Administration is firing eight federal air marshals, including a supervisor, for allegedly drinking alcohol on a training day and suspending six others for not reporting the misconduct, the agency said Friday June 29.
A federal air marshal on the plane intervened and "instructed Lebrun to return to his seat," and two other air marshals confronted him later but Lebrun "continued to scream and yell expletives and then aggressively positioned himself toward one of the federal air marshals in a fighting stance.
The Obama administration has also pledged to speed up the installation of full body scanners at US airports and to increase funding for federal air marshals on flights deemed most at risk.
Michael Inman, who is listed in a five-page complaint as a federal air marshal, and his girlfriend, Kelly Consalvo, have retained Boston lawyer Stephen B.
SIG SAUER has secured a multimillion dollar contract from the Federal Air Marshal Service for the P250 Compact pistol in .
Federal air marshals and police were sent to search for the agents, whilst screening stations and the airport's trains were all closed.
The "accidental discharge" on Saturday aboard Flight 1536 from Denver, Colorado, to Charlotte, North Carolina, did not endanger the aircraft or the 124 passengers, two pilots and three flight attendants, said Greg Alter of the Federal Air Marshal Service.