Little did I know that I would sail in her as a Petty Officer in the Fleet Air Arm in 1962.
What does FAIR stand for?
FAIR stands for Fleet Air (US Navy)
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- Military and Government
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We have 86 other meanings of FAIR in our Acronym Attic
- Fast and Intertwined Regular (Lanes; traffic management)
- Federal Accountability Initiative for Reform
- Federal Activities Inventory Reform act
- Federal Agriculture Improvement & Reform Act of 1996
- Federation for American Immigration Reform
- Federation of Afro-Asian Insurers and Reinsurers
- Fighter, Attack, Intercept, Reconnaissance
- Financial Accounting and Inventory Record
- Findable Accessible Interoperable Re-Usable (data management)
- First Article Inspection Report (aerospace)
- Flexible, Achievable, Inclusive, Respectful
- Florida Assessment for Instruction in Reading
- Floridians Against Inequities in Rates
- Fort Apache Indian Reservation
- Forum Against Islamophobia & Racism
- Forum for Academic and Institutional Rights, Inc
- Forum for African Investigative Reporters (est. 2003)
- Forum for American Israeli Relations (University of Puget Sound)
- Forum pour d'Autres Indicateurs de Richesse (French: Forum for Other Indicators of Wealth)
- Foundation Against Intolerance and Racism
Samples in periodicals archive:
Wings over the Waves: Fleet Air Arm Strike Leader against Tirpitz: The Biography of Lt Cdr Roy Baker-Falkner DSO DSC RN.
; Staff, Commander Fleet Air, Western Pacific, Atsugi, Japan; Naval Air Station, Cecil Field, Fla.
Many thanks for the information from Susan Dearing of the Fleet Air Arm Museum (Viewpoints, July 8), which shows the Ark Royal was not the first to have used an angled deck.
AFORMER World War Two aircraft engineer from Coventry has opened his Fleet Air Arm photo album to coincide with the 100th anniversary of naval aviation.
Wadworth of Wiltshire has produced a special beer to mark the centenary of the Fleet Air Arm, named after the service's historic torpedo bomber.
Scott said: "Taking part in the biggest celebration for the Fleet Air Arm was a great honour.