Canadians built the Avro Arrow, and they can build their own long-range Canadian fighters.
What does AA stand for?
AA stands for Avro Arrow (aviation)
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- Automatic Associator
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- Autos Anciennes Garage (French automotive repair company)
- Avenue of Approach
- Average Audience
- Avian Adventures (bird products)
- Aviation Archive (publication)
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- Axis & Allies (game)
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- Battery Size
- Bra Size
- Intermediate Level of League (minor league baseball)
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- Second Highest Level of Division I College Athletics (United States)
- Stock and Bond Rating
- USDA Grade for Dairy Products and Eggs
Samples in periodicals archive:
Around the same time that Lester Pearson won that Nobel Peace Prize, there was another significant event in this country--the cancellation of the Avro Arrow.
95 Paperback TL686 Author Whitcomb looks at the aircraft of the Cold War with the eye of a pilot and the mind of one of the most respected authorities in his native Canada on the Avro Arrow.
When the firm went out of business after the Canadian government canceled the Avro Arrow (CF-104) program, Hobbs moved to Boeing, where he was an instructor pilot for 10 years, flying Boeing jets and training airline captains worldwide.
It is the very drama of change in technology and Canadian national dreaming that's so absorbing about The Arrow, a two-part, four-hour CBC-TV mini-series about the controversial evolution and instant devolution of the fabled Avro Arrow supersonic jet fighter.
He was in charge of underwater operations for The Heritage Foundation of Canada's Avro Arrow Model Recovery Project and is currently completing an archaeology and documentary film on a historic vessel located in Lake Ontario.
The Avro Arrow was a massive aircraft designed to get to high altitude blindingly quick, and then dash out towards incoming Soviet bomber fleets, which the Arrow would then take out with nuclear-tipped Genie missiles.
Ackroyd hung out at several bars and cafes performing with local bands and signing autographs while in town to portray the Chief Executive Officer of the Canadian corporation making the Avro Arrow in Once There Was an Arrow.