After Morrell recovered in the hospital at Clark Air Base, Philippines, he was reassigned to Headquarters, Aerospace Audiovisual Service at Norton Air Force Base, Calif.
What does NAFB stand for?
NAFB stands for Norton Air Force Base (California)
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We have 9 other meanings of NAFB in our Acronym Attic
- North American Federation of Adapted Physical Activity (Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada)
- National Association of Flower Arrangement Societies (UK)
- Native American Film and Television Alliance
- Namibian Food and Allied Workers Union (Namibia)
- National Weather Service Analog Facsimile
- National Association of Farm Broadcasters (now National Association of Farm Broadcasting)
- National Association of Farm Broadcasting (formerly National Association of Farm Broadcasters; Platte City, Missouri)
- Nellis Air Force Base (Nevada)
- New Age Fat Boyz
- North Alpine Foreland Basin (Austria and France)
- Not A Fixable Bug
- National Association of Farriers, Blacksmiths and Agricultural Engineers
- National Association of Farm Business Analysis Specialists
- National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers (Odenton, MD)
- Nellis Air Force Bombing Range
- National Association for Family-Based Services (est. 1984)
- Naples Alliance for Children (Naples, FL)
- National Agriculture and Food Council (Philippines)
- National Alliance for Fair Competition
- National Association For Continence (formerly HIP: Help for Incontinent People)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The former Norton Air Force Base in California has a new terminal, millions of dollars worth of new concrete, a new U.
AIRLINE INDUSTRY INFORMATION-(C)1997-2001 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD British Airways conducted a second test flight of Concorde on Friday (20 July), with one of its supersonic aircraft departing from the Brize Norton air force base in Oxfordshire, England.
The Federal Aviation Administration has chosen 23 acres of the former Norton Air Force Base in San Bernardino, California as the site of one of 14 regional emergency training centers.
In the spring of 1987 at Norton Air Force Base, Calif.