I spent a lot of my teens on Thornaby Aerodrome, first with the ATC, then with 2608 Squadron Royal Auxilary Airforce Regiment until it was disbanded, then finally with 3608 Squadron Royal Auxiliary Air Force Fighter Control unit until it eventually went the same way.
What does FC stand for?
FC stands for Fighter Control
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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We have 108 other meanings of FC in our Acronym Attic
- Field Circular
- Field Command
- Field Controller
- Field Coordinator (various organizations)
- Field Craft
- Fielder's Choice (baseball)
- Fielding Command
- Fight Club (movie)
- Fighter Command
Samples in periodicals archive:
The game makes a play for both franchises and incorporates Tekken nicely into the Street Fighter control system.
Formerly known as the School of Fighter Control, it was originally based at RAF West Drayton in Middlesex and moved to Boulmer in 1990.
The bunker, in Kenton Bar, Newcastle, was used as a underground fighter control centre in wartime and later as a civil defence centre, but was to make way for a housing development.
Initially, the AAF used fighter control squadrons (FCS), complete with pursuit pilots, to process the tactical information provided by SAW battalions to intercept unknown radar tracks.
Because the particles respond quickly to changes in glucose concentrations, diabetic people could presumably achieve fighter control over their blood sugar with the new particles than with multiple daily insulin injections.
The Awacs plane, based on a civilian Boeing 707 airliner, is used to provide early warning and airborne fighter control.
Jet fighter control cycle times might be only a millionth of a second.