1931: The US Congress adopted The Star-Spangled Banner, written by Francis Scott Key, as the national anthem.
What does FSK stand for?
FSK stands for Francis Scott Key
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- Fujisawa Swing Jazz Society
- Fire Services Joint Standing Committee (Australia)
- Facet-Specific Job Satisfaction Questionnaire (work psychology)
- Fonds Social Juif Unifié (French)
- Farming Systems Kenya (Kenya)
- Federalnaya Sluzhba Kontrazwedki (Russian: Federal Counter-Intelligence Service)
- Foil/Scrim/Kraft (tape)
- Forces de Sécurité du Kosovo (French: Security Forces in Kosovo; Kosovo)
- Forsvarets Spesial Kommando (norwegian special forces)
- France Shotokan Karaté (French martial arts school)
- Francis Scott Key Bridge (Maryland)
- Francis Scott Key High School (Union Bridge, MD)
- Freiwillige Selbstkontrolle (German movie rating organization)
- Fremdsprachenkorrespondent (German: foreign language correspondent)
- Frequency Shift Keying
- Frequency Shift Keying/Intensity Modulation
- Florida Sea Kayaking Association
- Funakoshi Shotokan Karate Association (Milpitas, CA)
- Fakulti Sains Kesihatan Bersekutu (Malay: Faculty of Allied Health Sciences; National University of Malaysia)
- Finite State Kernel Creator
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Stennis (CVN 74); Fleet and Industrial Supply Center, Agana, Guam; USS Billfish (SSN 676); USS Francis Scott Key (SSBN 657); and USS Richmond K Turner (CG 20).
It was the sight of the flag still flying there after an overnight battle with the British in the War of 1812 that inspired Francis Scott Key to write a poem, which became the words of the national anthem.
On the 16th the US Navy's Blue Angels display team will take to the air above the waters of Fort McHenry, where a battle in 1814 inspired lawyer Francis Scott Key to pen a poem starting with the line "O
On the 16th the US navy's Blue Angels display team will take to the air above the waters of Fort McHenry, where a battle in 1814 inspired lawyer Francis Scott Key to pen a poem starting: "O
NYPD, for the Francis Scott Key Bridge, thousands of protesters blocked rush hour traffic as they marched past financial institutions to a rally in front of the Chicago Board of Trade.
More than 300 protesters marched Thursday onto the oldest bridge across the Potomac River movement -- they unfurled a bright orange banner on the Francis Scott Key Bridge calling for more jobs through investment in decaying infrastructure.
1931: The US Congress adopted The Star Spangled Banner, written by Francis Scott Key, as the national anthem.