Along the way and nearby, let's look in on historic Fort Union National Monument and Pecos National Historical Park.
What does FOUN stand for?
FOUN stands for Fort Union National Monument (US National Park Service)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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- For Official Use
- For Our Utopia (gaming clan)
- Forskning och Utveckling (Swedish: Research and Development)
- Forskning og Utviklingsarbeid (Norweigan: Research and Development)
- Frequency of Use (keyboard layout)
- First-Order Uncertainty Analysis
- Friends of University Airport (University of California, Davis)
- Feast of Unleavened Bread
- Flash of Unstyled Content
- Fellowship of Universal Guidance (Glendale, CA)
- Friends of the United Nations (New Canaan, CT)
- Fire of Unknown Origin (Blue Oyster Cult album)
- For Official Use Only
- For Official Use Only/Not Releasable to Foreign Nationals
- For Official Use Only Privacy Sensitive (US DoD)
- Friends of University Park (UK)
- Front Opening Unified Pod
- Federation of Union Representatives
- Full Outline of UnResponsiveness
- Continuously Controlled Chassis Concept (Volvo)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Fort Union National Monument is 26 miles north of town on I-25.
In addition to the stone and adobe ruins, Fort Union National Monument preserves traces of the earthworks associated with the earlier Star Fort, a massive Civil War-era fortification that was the objective of Confederate troops who were turned back at the 1862 Battle of Glorieta Pass.