94, Army Techniques Publication for Forward Arming and Refueling Points, published 26 January 2012, describes forward aiming and refueling point (FARP) operations of aviation units.
What does FARP stand for?
FARP stands for Forward Arming and Refueling Point (USMC)
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We have 27 other meanings of FARP in our Acronym Attic
- Final Approach Runway Occupancy Signal (airport safety system)
- False Alarm Reduction Program
- Fantasy Art Resource Project (Elfwood science fiction and fantasy art and fiction)
- Fleet ACM Readiness Program
- Forcas Armadas Revolucionairas do Povo (Portuguese: Revolutionary Armed Forces of the People; Guinea-Bissau and Cape Verde)
- Forum Action Roleplaying (gaming)
- Forward Ammunition and Replenishment Point
- Forward Area Rearm/Refuel Point
- Forward Area Refueling Point (US DoD)
- Forward Area Refueling/Rearming Point (US DoD)
- Fédération Ardéchoise de la Recherche Préhistorique et Archéologique (French archaelogy federation)
- Fiduciary Assessment & Retirement Plan Analysis (C5 Wealth Management, LLC)
- Federal Acquisition Regulation Project Office
- Free Anime Role-Playing System (gaming)
- Frequently Asked Reference Question
- Find and Run Robot
- Fixed Asset Restatement Reserve (financing)
- Focused Area Risk Reduction (Air Force)
- Forward Area Alerting Radar Receiver
- Forward Area Refueling and Rearming
Samples in periodicals archive:
Supplying the forward arming and refueling points with fuel, ammunition, food and water, the squadron supported their "Devil Dogs" in a relentless push for Baghdad.
For each air route, restricted operating zone (ROZ), forward arming and refueling point (FARP), hold area (HA), battle position (BP) or attack-by-fire position (ABF), the FSEs must enter an appropriate FSCM.
A pair of AH-1W Super Cobras, low on fuel, land on a highway near Baghdad on 13 April next to a convoy from Marine Wing Support Squadron 373 on its way to set up a forward arming and refueling point, On 25 March CH-46 Sea Knights and Army UH-60 Blackhawks land on a road near the airstrip at Jalibah to take on additional fuel before continuing their mission.