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What does NAA stand for?
NAA stands for North American Aviation
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We have 256 other meanings of NAA in our Acronym Attic
- Newcastle Aviation Academy (UK)
- Newspaper Association of America
- Next Available Agent (Cisco)
- Nippon Aluminum Alkyls, Ltd. (Japan)
- Nissan Auto Auction (Japan)
- No Abstract Available (academic research)
- Non-African American
- Nonattainment Areas
- North American Aerospace
- North American Airlines
- North Atlantic Assembly (NATO)
- Northwestern Alumni Association (Northwestern University; Illinois)
- Not Always Afloat
- Not Another Acronym
- Not At All
- Notable Achievement Award
- Nuclear Accidents Agreement
- Nucleic Acid Amplification
- Number Available Agents (Sprint)
- Nursing Alumni Association (various universities)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Born in 1913, Whitfill joined the North American Aviation Corporation in 1941 as a pattern-maker and eventually rose to become general foreman of his shop.
M2 BEST BOOKS-(C)2000-2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS ARINC Managed Services (AMS) on Tuesday announced that it has entered into a strategic partnership with IT company Amor Group to offer Amor's BLIPTrack wait time solution to the North American aviation market.
I found one startling document signed by a North American Aviation representative allowing 109 pounds of flammable materials on board during the tests.
Representing a triumph of systems management, the Saturn V program required that NASA juggle prime contracts with Boeing for the S-IC, first stage; North American Aviation, S-II, second stage; Douglas Aircraft, S-IVB, third stage; Rocket-dyne Division of North American Aviation, J-2 and F-1 engines; and IBM, Saturn instruments.
In 1955, Crossfield joined North American Aviation as a test pilot and consultant, working on programmes leading to manned space flight.