Between Walker and Daisy Hill there was a heavy anti-aircraft camp, 3.
What does HAA stand for?
HAA stands for Heavy Anti-Aircraft
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- Homozygous arginine at codon 72
- Human Adenovirus 8
- Haloacetic Acid
- Haris Al Afaq (Dubai, UAE)
- Harvard Alumni Association
- Havyaka Association of Americas (New Jersey)
- Hawaii Aquaculture Association
- Heartland Alliance of America
- Heat Activated Adhesive
- Heavy Anti-aircraft Artillery
- Height Above Airport (aviation)
- Hellenic American Academy (Lowell, MA)
- Hellenic Army Aviation
- hemoglobin-associated acetaldehyde (laboratory test indicative of heavy alcohol use)
- Herpetological Association of Africa
- Heterocyclic Aromatic Amine
- High Acceleration Assist (Mode)
- High Activity Aircraft (military flying exercises)
- High Altitude Airship
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A highly honoured military man, he was made commanding officer of 626 (Liverpool Irish) Heavy Anti-Aircraft Regiment Royal Artillery in 1952 before sitting as a judge for over 30 years.
At the height of the war Bannerhill Camp heavy anti-aircraft battery was home to four anti-aircraft guns, which formed a ring of defence around Coventry.
Byline: JOE CHURCHER DAVID CAMERON and Barack Obama discussed the need for Nato to play a "key role" in the military action in Libya last night - as heavy anti-aircraft fire lit up the skies over Tripoli and the sound of loud explosions echoed through the city.
US Defence Secretary Robert Gates and others said the US military's role will lessen in coming days as other countries take on more missions and the need declines for large-scale offensive action Meanwhile heavy anti-aircraft fire was last night lighting up the skies over Tripoli and loud explosions echoed through the Libyan capital after nightfall.
Heavy anti-aircraft fire was reported over Tripoli and airstrikes were said to have hit radar installations at two air defence bases near Benghazi.
LIBYA OPERATIONS Dubai Explosions and heavy anti-aircraft fire reverberated in Libya yesterday as allied warplanes continued to patrol the Libyan skies, pummelling the country's air defences for the second day, reports said.
Explosions and heavy anti-aircraft fire rattled Tripoli in the early hours of Sunday.