In a recent article published in Armed Forces Journal, Air Force Lt.
What does AFJ stand for?
AFJ stands for Armed Forces Journal
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We have 23 other meanings of AFJ in our Acronym Attic
- Alliance for Injured Workers
- Air Force Information Warfare Center
- Additional Flexible Interface Xtension (plug-on daughtercard; Radstone)
- Assessment Feedback Incentives Exchange (National Immunization Program, CDC)
- Action For Justice
- All for Jesus
- Alliance for Justice
- American Farriers Journal
- Amitiés Franco-Japonaises (French: Franco-Japanese Friendship)
- April Fool's Joke
- Association des Femmes Journalistes (France)
- Association des Femmes Juristes (French: Association of Women Jurists; various locations)
- Audaces Fortuna Juvat (French gaming league)
- Armed Forces Judo Association (formerly Air Force Judo Association)
- Australian Fruit Juice Association
- Air Force Judge Advocate General
- Air Force Judge Advocate General's School (US Air Force)
- Air Force Joint Manual
- African Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics (University of Pretoria; Pretoria, South Africa)
- Association des Femmes Juristes du Benin (French: Association of Women Lawyers of Benin)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Paul Yingling, "A Failure in Generalship," Armed Forces Journal (May 2007): 17-23, 45.
USA Today, National Review, New York Post, Joint Forces Quarterly, and Armed Forces Journal.
Monroe, "The Rebirth of the Outback Air Force," Armed Forces Journal, February 2008, http://www.
[The following article is a reprint from the Armed Forces Journal International, April 2002.
Heinl, writing in the Armed Forces Journal on June 7, 1971, reported that "By every conceivable indicator, our army that now remains in Vietnam is in a state approaching collapse, with individual units avoiding or having refused combat, murdering their officers and noncommissioned officers, drug-ridden, and dispirited where not near-mutinous.