He then went on to read Naval Architecture at Southampton University where he was a member of the University Air Squadron, graduating from RAF Officer Training in 2006.
What does UAS stand for?
UAS stands for University Air Squadron (part of the British RAF)
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- Unaccompanied Asylum Seeker (UK)
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- Unavailable Seconds (Sprint)
- Undergraduate Ambassadors Scheme (UK)
- Uniform Asymptotic Solution
- Uniformed Army Scientists
- United Agro Society (Sri Lanka)
- United Allied States
- Universidad Autónoma de Sinaloa (Sinaloa, México)
- University Administrative Services (various locations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
He went on to read naval architecture at Southampton University, where he was also a member of the University Air Squadron, graduating from RAF Officer Training in October 2006.
I'm also part of the university Air Squadron, which is the branch of the RAF.
Nicola lists her greatest personal achievement as flying solo aerobatics for the RAF University Air Squadron.
He said: "The minute I got there I signed up for the University Air Squadron which meant you got to fly planes for free.
This week it emerged that the Mo D is considering the ``size, shape and disposition'' of university air squadrons such as Woodvale.
RIAT 2000 will also commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Battle of Britain, celebrate 75 years of the University Air Squadrons, and create an international showcase for the giants of the aviation world as transport aircraft fly into Cottesmore for Airlift 2000.
Pilot officer Dan Smith, who led the RAF Volunteer Reserves Liverpool University Air Squadron on the parade, described the occasion as a "fantastic experience" to be part of ".