will fortify its defenses against a potential North Korean missile attack by adding more than a dozen missile interceptors to the 26 already in place at Fort Greely, Alaska, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has also announced.
What does FGA stand for?
FGA stands for Fort Greely, Alaska
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- Fondo Giovani Artisti (Italian: Young Artists Fund)
- Fonds de Garantie Automobile (French: Motor Guarantee Fund; Luxembourg)
- Food Grinder Attachment
- Formation Générale des Adultes (French: General Education for Adults; Canada)
- Frank Giannantonio Associates Inc.
- Free Game Arts
- Free Grace Alliance (Tomball, TX)
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- Full Gospel Assembly
- Fundo de Garantia Automóvel (Portugese: Motor Vehicle Guarantee Fund)
- Funky Green Aliens (Belgium)
- Futuregen Alliance
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The 2012 MDAA Missile Defender of the Year Award winners are; Captain Kyle Kirkpatrick from Dugway Proving Ground, Utah for the United States Army, Fire Controlman Second Class Petty Officer Ronald Barbee from the USS Stethem (DDG-63) at Yokosuka Naval Base, Japan for the United States Navy, Captain Gregory Tengco from Thule Air Base in Greenland for the United States Air Force, and Sergeant Aric Wilkins from Fort Greely, Alaska for the United States Army National Guard.
NANA's Sivuniq and Akima Logistic Services will work together to provide logistics management, engineering and supply support services at Fort Greely, Alaska, and in Huntsville, Ala.
Fort Greely, Alaska MEMBERS of the Alaska Army National Guard's 49th Missile Defense Battalion serve at the epicenter of the U.
In December, the Missile Defense Agency placed its eighth interceptor missile into an underground silo at Fort Greely, Alaska.
In November, the agency was scheduled to place a sixth ground-based, mid-course interceptor missile into its underground silo at Fort Greely, Alaska.
It is currently supporting the Missile Defense Space Battalion, the first ground-based midcourse defense battalion, at Fort Greely, Alaska.
The plan calls for deploying 10 ground-based interceptor missiles at Fort Greely, Alaska, by 2004 and an additional 10 interceptors by 2005 or 2006.