to begin production of the 11th in a series of UHF Follow-On satellites, which provide global communications for the armed forces.
What does UFO stand for?
UFO stands for UHF Follow-On satellite
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- User Friendly Network Access
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- United Future New Zealand
- Ubiquitous Findable Object
- Ulead File Object (file extension)
- Ultimate Frisbee Organization
- Ultra High Frequency Follow-On (Navy satellite program)
- Un Finished Object (related to crafts; knitting, quilting, etc.)
- Un-Filled Orders
- Unavoidable Family Outing (Dave Hackett book)
- Unbelievably Fun Object (Megatech RC toy)
- Undefined Fantastic Object (video game)
- Underwater Flying Object (from the movie 'The Abyss')
- Unfertilized Oocyte
Samples in periodicals archive:
The UHF Follow-On satellites are replacing the Navy's Fleet Satellite Communications (FLTSATCOM) and the Hughes-built LEASAT spacecraft.
UHF Follow-on satellites are replacing the Fleet Satellite Communications and Leasat spacecraft presently supporting the Navy's communications network.
UHF Follow-on satellites are replacing the Fleet Satellite Communications and Leasat spacecraft presently supporting the Navy's communication network.
31 /PRNewswire/ -- A General Dynamics Atlas I is scheduled to launch the second in the series of UHF Follow-On satellites from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fla.
The vehicle, designated AC-74, carried the first in the series of Hughes-built UHF Follow-on satellites for the U.
SAN DIEGO, March 23 /PRNewswire/ -- A General Dynamics Atlas I is scheduled to launch the first in the series of UHF Follow-On satellites from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fla.